German Scientists Warn Of Coming Cool Period – Eh, It’s Probably “Climate Change”

As always, I’ll stay skeptical, and say that I will believe it when I see it

(Daily Caller) Better start investing in some warm clothes because German scientists are predicting that the Earth will cool over the next century.

German scientists found that two naturally occurring cycles will combine to lower global temperatures during the 21st century, eventually dropping to levels corresponding with the “little ice age” of 1870.

“Due to the de Vries cycle, the global temperature will drop until 2100 to a value corresponding to the ‘little ice age’ of 1870,” write German scientists Horst-Joachim Luedecke and Carl-Otto Weiss of the European Institute for Climate and Energy.

Researchers used historical temperature data and data from cave stalagmites to show a 200-year solar cycle, called the de Vries cycle.

They also factored into their work a well-established 65-year Atlantic and Pacific Ocean oscillation cycle. Global warming that has occurred since 1870 can be attributed almost entirely to both these factors, the scientists argue.

According to the scientists, the oft-cited “stagnation” in rising global temperatures over the last 15 years is due to the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean oscillation cycle, which lasts about 65 years. Ocean oscillation is past its “maximum,” leading to small decreases in global temperature.

Fortunately, if they’re talking 1870, the earth was rebounding from the Little Ice Age at that time, so it won’t be like the true depth of the Little Ice Age, or previous cool periods during the Holocene. But, as The Lonely Conservative writes

In other words, global temperature is controlled by things far outside the realm of human control. What we can control is how we deal with it. So get ready to bundle up!

The mechanisms for Earth’s climate are primarily natural, with a small smattering of anthropogenic causation, mostly from agriculture, landfills, land use, and the Urban Heat Island Effect. But, you know, cold and snow are caused by climate change

Climate change warning: Killer winter storms for next THIRTY years

KILLER freezes, floods and heatwaves will devastate Britain during the next 30 years, climate ­experts have warned.

And it gets much better when we head over to the United Nation’s UNICEF blog

Children in Mongolia experience climate change and extreme cold

When we think of climate change we often think of rising temperatures, but children are also affected in colder climates, experiencing harsher winters and declining water resources. In Mongolia some children can spend 3 to 4 hours every day collecting water, braving frozen rivers and wells, and hauling water containers over extremely long distances.

In western Mongolia in 2010, heavy snow, strong winds and extreme cold created crisis conditions in over half the country’s provinces. Temperatures fell to minus-50 degrees Celsius, and snow meant access to food, fuel, sanitation and basic medical care was even tougher.

If the Earth enters a cool period like we saw from the late 1940’s into the late 1970’s, a milder cool time like the 1870’s, or one of the full cool periods as has happened off and on since the end of the last glacial period during the Holocene, Warmists will blame Mankind for it. They already blame Man, ie, “climate change”, for snow, ice, cold, blizzards, winter storms, you name it.

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7 Responses to “German Scientists Warn Of Coming Cool Period – Eh, It’s Probably “Climate Change””

  1. Now_Frozen_Gumballs says:

    In Mongolia some children can spend 3 to 4 hours every day collecting water

    When we were a developing nation, we had children doing that every day too. They even chopped firewood, went hunting, fought bears and cougars, defended against brigands, helped dig up rocks in the fields, plant food crops, tended to the farm animals, hauled feed, food, and goods to and from town.

    In western Mongolia in 2010, heavy snow, strong winds and extreme cold created crisis conditions in over half the country’s provinces

    Because Mongolia has never ever experienced bitter cold before. But then, Mongolia is known for its bitter cold and remoteness.
    But, I love this:

    When we think of climate change we often think of rising temperatures, but children are also affected in colder climates, experiencing harsher winters

    Except, NO ONE, not one supposed climate scientist or propagandist ever, EVER, declared that winters would be colder or there would be more snow. All we ever heard was that our world would warm up and winters would be a thing of the past.

    If you think about it, if summer temps increased while winter temps decreased, then the mean temp would not change. The only way that global avg temps would increase would be if summer temps would rise or winter temps got warmer. So, now to claim that they did in fact predict colder winters is a fallacy.

    BTW, our bedlam game tomorrow will be the coldest game ever (13-15F.). Previous record was 25F back in 1919. We also experienced the coldest spell ever for this calender period.

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  3. Jeffery says:

    gumballs typed: Except, NO ONE, not one supposed climate scientist or propagandist ever, EVER, declared that winters would be colder or there would be more snow.

    read on…

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/expect-more-extreme-winters-thanks-to-global-warming-say-scientists-2168418.html

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  5. Future_Frozen_Gumballs says:

    From J’s article, top paragraph:

    Scientists have established a link between the cold, snowy winters in Britain and melting sea ice in the Arctic and have warned that long periods of freezing weather are likely to become more frequent in years to come.

    Except, they also actively claimed that winters will be a thing of the past, arctic will be ice free in summers. Again, when you raise the summer and decrease the winter temps equally, then you are not able to see any change in the global avg temperature. To claim an increase, you have to have an increase in summer and/or winter.

    An analysis of the ice-free regions of the Arctic Ocean has found that the higher temperatures there caused by global warming, which have melted the sea ice in the summer months, have paradoxically increased the chances of colder winters in Britain and the rest of northern Europe.

    Higher temps have melted the summer sea ice and have ALSO lead to colder temperatures.

    Please tell me how that makes sense?!?! HOw do higher temps equal lower temps?

  6. Jeffery says:

    from the article: “Their models found that, as the ice cap over the ocean disappeared, this allowed the heat of the relatively warm seawater to escape into the much colder atmosphere above, creating an area of high pressure surrounded by clockwise-moving winds that sweep down from the polar region over Europe and the British Isles. …

    One of the principal predictions of the study was that the warming of the air over the ice-free seas is likely to bring bitterly cold air to Europe during the winter months, Dr Petoukhov said. “This is not what one would expect. Whoever thinks that the shrinking of some far away sea-ice won’t bother him could be wrong.”

    In the same vein, it’s predicted that reduced arctic sea ice will lead to changes in US jet stream patterns, changing the weather patterns here. In the linked abstract below Rossby waves are the excursions of the jet streams.

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2012GL051000/abstract

    Note that global average temperature (global warming) is not the same as local extreme weather events, e.g., polar cold sweeping into Europe (perhaps 1% of the Earth’s surface area). Global warming is not equally distributed spatially and at all times (that’s why the global average temperature record is a sawtooth, trending upward). Energy is being retained in the overall system (Earth) faster than it is re-radiated to space.

  7. Future_Frozen_Gumballs says:

    So many wrongs in this last comment. So. Many. But, I’ll start with this:

    Note that global average temperature (global warming) is not the same as local extreme weather events,

    And yet you guys continue to claim localized events are signs of GLOBAL warming due to CO2. So, now it isn’t?!? So, you’ll never comment about storms again? Good to hear.

    And no, the global avg temperature is not global warming. Those are apples and beans. Also, you do realize that the global avg temp is not a real and accurate reflection of what is really happening, right? That most of the temps it uses are highly adjusted and biased.

    You then state: “Global warming is not equally distributed” and then “that’s why the global average temperature record is a sawtooth

    But, if the temperature changes are not equal, then the average would not change. right? If one place gets cold and another place gets hot, then the avg wont change.

    So, to now claim that the global avg temp increases because some places will get hotter while other places get colder is no where anywhere close to being logical.

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