If you doubt that parts of the planet really are warming, talk to residents of Barrow, the Alaskan town that is the most northerly settlement in the US.
In the last 34 years, the average October temperature in Barrow has risen by more than 7°C − an increase that, on its own, makes a mockery of international efforts to prevent global temperatures from rising more than 2°C above their pre-industrial levels.
Look what these Guardian scumbags did. In 1976, the PDO shift occurred, causing Alaska temperatures to rise nearly five degrees in one year. That was 38 years ago, not 34 years. There has been very little warming over the past 34 years.
This is what the University of Alaska says.
Considering just a linear trend can mask some important variability characteristics in the time series. The figure…
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