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Scientist: Hot 2014 Doesn't Prove Global Warming Claims

By    |   Friday, 16 Jan 2015 06:01 PM

While the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA recently announced that 2014 was the warmest year on record, the president of The Space and Science Research Corporation tells Newsmax TV that it's not necessarily evidence of global warming.

"Certainly 2014 was one of the warmest, and by one or two different climate data sets was the warmest," John Casey told Ed Berliner on "MidPoint" on Friday. 

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"However, we use four or five major climate data sets, [but] they don’t always agree. In fact, the one I use the most says that 2014 was the third warmest, not the first," he contends.

"Interpretation of these last 15 years is often times misconstrued as evidence of global warming where that is clearly not the case," he explained.

"We still have on average 18 years without any effective global warming and quite frankly, from a global cooling scientific standpoint, I am quite happy with what happened in 2013 and 2014," he said.

"The very brief temperature spike we did see is a final sign . . . for the coming cold air that we’ve been predicting all along," he added. "The sun actually gives us a warming sign just before it pulls out the global temperature rug from under us."

Casey is the author of "Dark Winter: How the Sun is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell," in which he predicts that we are headed for a cold cycle that is expected to last for 30 years.

He says that "we will see a very dramatic drop in global temperatures beginning by the end of 2016 lasting for a full 15 years until we get to the bottom of the new cold era around 2031."

In addition, "between now and then we will see record volcanic activity which will make the new cold era even colder."

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