Are you calling NASA-MSFC liars? Or just those funded by Evil BIG OIL companies? As if funding by loony-left sources are are scientific!!!
How about world renowned Dr. William M. Gray who thinks you are full of sh*t???
Ah Chowderhead, The National Hurricane Center agrees with Dr. Gray.<quoted text>
Gray's misconceptions about climate change are not respected due to lack of scientific rigor.
"For years, perhaps decades, Gray has been ascribing all sorts of climate changes and hurricane cycles to fluctuations in the Thermohaline Circulation (THC), an overturning circulation in the Atlantic ocean associated with formation of deep water in the North Atlantic. None of the assertions are based on rigorous statistical associations, oceanographic observations or physically based simulations; it is all seat-of -the-pants stuff of a sort that was common in the early days of climate studies, but which is difficult to evaluate when viewed as a scientific hypothesis."
" The THC is undoubtedly important to climate, because it transports heat from one place to another. However it cannot do magical things. It cannot created energy out of thin air (or thick water), nor can it make energy mysteriously disappear. Thus, Gray’s statement that 'The average THC circulation cools the ocean by about 3 W/m2' is a scientific absurdity."
"Confronted with evidence that the THC was in fact behaving in the opposite way to what he had been assuming, Gray did a flip-flop and came up with a new story that yields the same conclusions. There’s no shame in a scientist changing his or her mind, or in seeking new theories in the face of new observations. However, if Gray’s old theory was really testable, where were the tests to show that it was wrong in the years he was touting it? How is one to put any confidence in the new theory? The fact is that neither of Gray’s story lines about the THC is sufficiently well formulated to allow any clear-cut test. Nonetheless, insofar as it can be understood at all, some aspects of Gray’s new story line about the THC are demonstrably wrong."
One of the major factors in climate change (little "c"s) is the El Nino Oscillation and has about 400 years of documentation to back it up.NOAA raises hurricane season prediction despite expected El Niño
It is a factor virtually every place on our globe. From droughts and floods in Australia, Africa and South America and the Northern Hemisphere.
Why do you think Florida got hit with seven hurricanes between 2004-2006 but none since? They had a Super El Nino in 2004-06 but only a few minor El Ninos since then.
Yes, we know that El Nino Oscillations, volcanic activity and SOLAR ACTIVITY affect Earth's climate changes. Get over it and get a brain!!!