Climate Revisionism 101 : “We Have To Get Rid Of The Medieval Warm Period”

Climatism

screen-shot-2013-11-27-at-november-27-2-30-47-pm.pnghttps://www.epw.senate.gov/hearing_statements.cfm?id=266543

WHEN you are a man-made global warming alarmist prosecuting your case as “unprecedented”, you need to make sure that no recent climate era was as warm or warmer than the present, even if that means having to rewrite the past to fit your theory.

THE Medieval Warm Period, also known as the Medieval Climate Optimum (for obvious reasons) existed a short time ago in the climate record, from c. 950 to c. 1250., and has remained a thorn in the side for modern “global warming” catastrophists…

IN the 1990 IPCC report, the Medieval Warm Period was much warmer than the late 19th century:

MWP.jpgwww.ipcc.ch/ipccreports/far/wg_I/ipcc_far_wg_I_full_report.pdf

THE IPCC’s 1990 report dives deeper into the reality of the Medieval Warm Period and provides an insight into the cause of these warming periods:

“This period of widespread warmth is notable in that there is no evidence that it was accompanied by an increase of…

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