June Was Hottest In Human History Or Something

It’s a cute little headline from WION, and the “human history” is supposed to capture your attention over “recorded”, which is their cop-out

Hottest June in human history recorded as Earth continues to bake, data shows

European Union’s climate monitor on Monday (Jul 8) revealed that last month was the hottest June on record across the globe. The global average temperature recorded last month broke the previous June record set in 2023.

Since June last year, the world has baked for 12 consecutive months, setting a streak of unprecedented global heat, as per the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). The data suggests that 2024 could pip 2023 as the hottest year since record-keeping began.

See, they tried to play a game with the headline, but

Humanity has been around for 7 million years, so, no. That’s from climate.gov. Again, they play a shell game and switch to recorded, which really doesn’t go back that far. It was clearly warmer during several previous Holocene warm periods. Regardless, this is all your fault, so, you need to give your money and freedom to government so they can do nothing but redistribute your money and control your life. Even if it is the hottest, that doesn’t prove it is mostly/solely caused by Mankind. Just that the Earth is in a warm period.

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21 Responses to “June Was Hottest In Human History Or Something”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Our Earth has been much warmer than today, and we humans are still around, better than ever!

    How did humans survive 500 million years ago? 100 million years ago? !0 million? 1 million? There are few relics of destroyed human cities from just 100,000 thousand years ago. Just maybe global warming doesn’t affect humans that much!!! Hoax!!

    Mr Teach points out it has even been warmer earlier in the Holocene! So where are the flooded remnants of New York City, Miami, Sydney, LA, New Orleans, Dublin, Lisbon, Rio, Buenos Aries, Shanghai, Tokyo? No? Since it was much warmer 10,000 years ago shouldn’t the so-called scientists find the flooded remains of these cities?? Doesn’t this prove that higher temperatures don’t cause major coastal flooding?

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      It has been pointed out that humans were not yet on Earth 500, 50, 10 million years ago. My apologies.

      God planted humans in the Levant only some 10-12 thousand years ago and only 2 of them at that. So, it was impossible that they had built major coastal cities like New York, Shanghai, Rio, Miami, Alexandria, Athens, Constantinople etc with millions of citizens each. My apologies.

      • James Lewis says:

        Chicken Little Karen Man

        You’re always wanting examples of what causes climate change…

        Read this and educate yourself… I possible…


        • Elwood P. Dowd says:

          Destiny Media?? Nothing to read there.

          Can you make the point yourself… I possible?

          • James Lewis says:

            Chicken Little Karen Man

            Well, since you are too lazy to look it up or afraid of information….

            Variations in the earth’s orbit around the sun and tilt of its axis cause climate change.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            Chicken Shit Lewis Man(?),

            That’s it? Milankovitch cycles.

            Do you have a genuine, accessible citation that supports that changes in obliquity, axial precession and eccentricity are causing the current bout of global warming?

            A bit o’ advice, take it or leave it. Facebook, instagram, tiktok, youtube, X or Truth Social are NOT credible sources for information. People can post or type anything there, just as we do here.

          • Zachriel says:

            James Lewis: Variations in the earth’s orbit around the sun and tilt of its axis cause climate change.

            Milankovitch cycles amplified by feedbacks (CO2, water vapor, albedo) explain the oscillation between ice ages and ice-free ages over the last few million years. However, Milankovitch cycles predict a slight cooling Trent, not the rapid warming observed.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Where would Rimjob (aka SMF) be without all his rhetorical questions?

      BTW that is rhetorical. https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_bye.gif

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    June better not get too cocky! July just said, “Hold my beer!”

  3. Delmar Jackson says:

    I am going to start getting worried about climate change and global warming when I start reading stories about an immigration moratorium to stop people from countries with a very low carbon footprint moving to western countries with very high carbon footprint

  4. Zachriel says:

    William Teach: It was clearly warmer during several previous Holocene warm periods.

    The scientific evidence is that “that both the rate and magnitude of modern warming are unusual relative to the changes of the past 24 thousand years.” See Osman et al., Globally resolved surface temperatures since the Last Glacial Maximum, Nature 2021.

  5. Jl says:

    Problems with Osman paper? See WUWT “Osman et al 2021: a flawed Nature paleoclimate paper?” At the end of the article-
    Since writing this article a new Holocene study, Thompson et al. (2022), has been published in Science Advances (open access). Using the same GCM as Osman 2021, it shows that adding forest cover in the Sahara and mid-latitudes (partial at 3 kyr BP) and (except at 3 kyr BP) in the Arctic, to match pollen records substantially increases simulated GMAT at 3, 6 and 9 kyr BP. The difference at 6 kyr BP is 0.72°C, with the resulting GMAT being well above the preindustrial level. Osman 2021’s simulations incorporated this greening only partially.[29] Even with all these regions greened, the model simulation (prior) 6 kyr BP GMAT was still well below that of the Osman 2021 proxy-only reconstruction. These facts suggest that Osman 2021’s model prior may be particularly unsatisfactory, spatially as well in the global mean, during the Holocene.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Oh, so the kiddieZ “forgot” to include that part.
      One can be sure the omission was not intentional on their part.
      Or maybe the assholes were caught lying again. https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_scratch.gif

    • Zachriel says:

      Jl: Thompson et al. (2022)

      First thing we’ll note is that three of the authors are the same as on Osman (2021), including Jessica Tierney. Thompson doesn’t contradict Osman, which concerns proxy data, but shows how a better fit to model projections can be had by including more detail on vegetation changes. Thompson (2022) shows that the models are largely correct, and anomalies resolved when accounting for vegetation changes, concluding: “Our results demonstrate that vegetation is an important driver of temperature change during the Holocene, and other mechanisms, such as dust, ice cover, orbital forcing, or GHGs cannot produce early and mid-Holocene warmth without the changes in NH vegetation.”

      Thompson (2022) does not impact the original claim about the rate and magnitude of modern warming.

      • drowningpuppies says:

        You lied.
        Fuck you. https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

      • Jl says:

        Sure it does. “Our simulations indicate that the expansion of NH vegetation 9k and 6k years ago warms the earth’s surface by 0.8 and 0.7 degrees, producing a better match with proxy-based reconstructions”. Proxy only data, including Osman 2021 and Vinos 2022, both show the Holocene Climatic Optimum as warmer than today. It’s only when Osman combines models with proxy do the findings change.
        The findings of the original article WUWT “Osman 2021: a flawed paleoclimate paper” are not changed by Thompson.
        Your own quote says much the same-“mechanisms such as dust, ice cover, orbital forcing or ghg cannot produce early to mid Holocene warmth without the changes in vegetation”. So accounting for the vegetation changes warms the globe more in line with the proxy only data, which shows a warmer Holocene period than now

  6. Zachriel says:

    Jl (quoting): “Our simulations indicate that the expansion of NH vegetation 9k and 6k years ago warms the earth’s surface by 0.8 and 0.7 degrees, producing a better match with proxy-based reconstructions”.

    But nowhere near current warming. See Figure 1.

  7. Jl says:

    As said, Vinos 2022 shows the HCO warmer than now and even Osman 2021 shows the same thing when using only paleo data. Models can be used to make any outcome one wants. That was the theme of the “Osman 2021:a flawed Nature paleoclimate paper” article. That article has a paleo only graph from Osman showing the HCO warmer than now

  8. Zachriel says:

    Jl: Osman 2021

    Osman proxy-only does not show it warmer now. Figure 4b on the Osman pre-print shows global mean surface temperature well lower than now. (Current warming does not show on the graph, of course.)

    Have no idea of any climate research by “Vinos.” All we can find is a popular book by a cancer researcher named Javier Vinós, but not any original research. You might provide a valid citation.

  9. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    One can buy Javier Vinós “groundbreaking research” for $2.99 on Amazon!

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