Is Global Warming All Due To Super El Niño’s?

Posted: November 4, 2019 by oldbrew in climate, ENSO, Temperature
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Interesting question, but we’re still left with another one: what causes the super El Niños?

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~

In a recent CFACT article, climate expert Joe Bastardi says super El Niños have caused all the atmospheric warming since satellite measurements began in 1978. I suggested this two years ago in a CFACT article titled “No CO2 warming for the last 40 years?” Now Joe has confirmed it.

The focus of Joe’s long article is that these super El Niños are natural.

Most importantly, here is Joe’s picture of the 1998-2000 super El Niño step up in global temperatures, with nothing but 15 to 20 year pauses on either side:

My description of this big step up, posted two years ago, is here.

There is little to no CO2 warming in the entire satellite record! Just a step up warming due to the super El Niño 20 years ago. I told you so. We may now have…

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Comments
  1. Very interesting. I wonder if it is true.

  2. ivan says:

    All this shows is how little the so called ‘climate scientists’ know about the climate and just how they try to measure global temperatures. But then ‘global warming’ is not about temperatures but a political way for the UN to try and take over as the world socialist government, to the detriment of all people except the elite.

  3. oldbrew says:

    Related to the article perhaps…

    A Southern Hemisphere booster of super El Niño
    Li‐Ciao Hong LinHo Fei‐Fei Jin
    First published: 03 March 2014

    https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/2014GL059370

  4. hunterson7 says:

    We’ve disrupted the world, hurting billions of people, over a weaponized misinterpretation.
    So totally uncool.

  5. oldbrew says:

    Where is the energy for super El Niños supposed to come from during an extended period of low solar activity?

  6. DB2 says:

    Bob Tisdale explored this 11 years ago in a series of posts.

    Can El Nino Events Explain All of the Global Warming Since 1976? – Part 1
    http://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2009/01/can-el-nino-events-explain-all-of.html

    Can El Nino Events Explain All of the Global Warming Since 1976? – Part 2
    http://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2009/01/can-el-nino-events-explain-all-of_11.html

    Supplement To “Can El Nino Events Explain All Of The Warming Since 1976?”
    http://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2009/01/supplement-to-can-enso-events-explain.html

    Supplement 2 To “Can El Nino Events Explain All Of The Warming Since 1976?”
    http://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2009/01/supplement-2-to-can-enso-events-explain.html

  7. Philip Berkin says:

    Can El Ninos be described as energy-shedding events?

  8. Phoenix44 says:

    Old brew, why do you need additional energy in the system? El Ninos seem to be more about redistribution of energy from sea to atmosphere.

  9. stpaulchuck says:

    It must be all that heat that’s been hiding in the deep oceans coming to the surface. It’s been accumulating down there for over 30 years according to the warmist cant. Apparently it has hit some sort of critical mass and has broken free to rise up and create Super El Niño.

  10. oldbrew says:

    Phoenix – yes, but there has to be some sort of surplus in the oceans first for the ‘super’ bit 🤔

  11. brianrlcatt says:

    Submarine volcanoes? The Mayotte volcano alone was 5Km^3 from nothing in 6 months and produced 5,000 Megatonnes or 20×10^18 Joules in around 6 months – More than the entire US electricity consumption.. This is a vastly underestimated effect, that most people simply ignore or deny if they are blinkered by arguments regarding the atmosphere and CO2, that varies substantially according to MIlankovitch gravitational peaks, e.g to become greater than the 1m pd surface vertical movement.

    If you are interested in quantification of average emissions and and their variability I have attempted this here http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3259379

    If this variability occurs on some shorter cyclic variation of regional seismicity as already observed, and also covered in my paper, then all you need is submarine Volcanoes heating water unobserved at the Western side of the ring of fire to create the El NIno effect as observed.

  12. oldbrew says:

    Thanks Brian, will take a look at the link tomorrow.

    Update: thinking of posting this on our blog.

  13. fraleytech says:

    IPCC Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change
    GCM General Circulation Model (many, based on IPCC CO2 assertions)
    ——————————-
    These six links from five authors are all you really need to understand global warming.
    My speculation: As the temperature went down into the Little Ice Age, limestone was deposited around the edges of bodies of water. As the temperature has recovered since, the limestone dissolved and added CO2 to the oceans, with a delay of 300-400 years. It was just an accident that this added CO2 coincided with our industrial revolution. Temperature creates CO2, not the other way around. There is proof of that. Read on.
    —————————-
    Pangburn
    Shows that temperature change over the last 170 years is due to 3 things: 1) cycling of the ocean temperature, 2) sun variations and 3) moisture in the air. There is no significant dependence of temperature on CO2.
    https://globalclimatedrivers2.blogspot.com/
    —————————–
    Connolly father & son
    Shows the vertical temperature profile follows the ideal gas laws and is not caused by CO2. Millions of weather balloon scans and trillions of data points have been analyzed to come to these conclusions. One important conclusion is that there is no green house gas effect.
    https://globalwarmingsolved.com/2013/11/summary-the-physics-of-the-earths-atmosphere-papers-1-3/
    utube:

    ——————————
    Pat Frank
    Shows that GCM results cannot be extrapolated a few years, let alone 50 or 100.
    https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feart.2019.00223/full
    and
    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2019/10/15/why-roy-spencers-criticism-is-wrong/
    ———————————
    Joe Postma
    Shows that the “flat earth model”of the IPCC is too simple. Their real models are built into the GCMs which don’t fit the real data.
    https://climateofsophistry.com/2019/10/19/the-thing-without-the-thing/

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