Why Is It Still Called Global Warming?

Since it’s past tense, shouldn’t it be called Global Warmed?

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About Bob Tisdale

Research interest: the long-term aftereffects of El Niño and La Nina events on global sea surface temperature and ocean heat content. Author of the ebook Who Turned on the Heat? and regular contributor at WattsUpWithThat.
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7 Responses to Why Is It Still Called Global Warming?

  1. Climate change is not scary enough, so, occasionally is called GLOBAL warming, just to make a point

  2. Janice Moore says:

    Yes, Bob, lol, and the “science” that says that warm-ING is happening despite 15 years of data saying otherwise is merely warmed-over speculation.

    Good luck with the new book!

  3. goldminor says:

    How about Global Had Warming has now changed to Global Watts With the Cooling.

  4. goldminor says:

    On another note the ssn anomalies are changing and shifting rapidly of late. The speed of some of the changes is surprising to me. The eastern half of Hudson Bay for example shifted from a +3C to a -0.5 in 3 days, starting at the 9th of this month.

  5. ianh says:

    that’s why we call you global warming deniers. Because you deny the world is warming.

  6. Bob Tisdale says:

    ianh, I present data and the data says it stopped warming.

  7. Bob Tisdale says:

    Scott Supak: You claimed you didn’t want to argue about it, but your comment did argue. Regardless, I believe I advised you after your last visit that you’re treated as spam here, which is why your comment disappeared.

    Adios!

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