Moronic Libertarian Liars!: "Global warming stopped 16 years ago"

Here's the only even semi-intelligent statement in the entire article by David Rose:

So let's be clear. Yes: global warming is real, and some of it at least has been caused by the CO2 emitted by fossil fuels.

via Global warming stopped 16 years ago, reveals Met Office report quietly released... and here is the chart to prove it | Mail Online.

Look, all that minion did is start the graph at 1997. He didn't start in 1880. It's an extremely common trick that anyone who's study public-perception manipulation via graphs can tell you about. I've seen it over and over and over with these guys, these abject liars! They know exactly what they are doing repeating this evil, false-hearted method over and over and over. They are called on it all the time. They don't care. They just keep doing the Big Lie tactic. All they are doing it false-propaganda. They get poor saps to echo the lies for them. They trick those poor dupes.

Look, the so-called "plateau" isn't going to last if we don't radically curb the amount of CO2 we are pumping into the atmosphere without doing enough to completely mitigate it.

Could something happen to cool the atmosphere, such as a super volcano? We're not talking about that. We're talking about what our fossil-fuel burning is doing on its own.

We're talking about only airheads wanting to shill for the oil, coal, and gas hyper-greedy mega-corporations just the way others shilled for the tobacco industry.

They'll take what they can get directly or indirectly as the scraps from the oil barons' tables and then die before all Hell breaks loose (they think or hope).

20 warmest years on record (°C anomaly from 1901–2000 mean)
Year Global[59] Land[60] Ocean[61]
2005 0.6183 0.9593 0.4896
2010 0.6171 0.9642 0.4885
1998 0.5984 0.8320 0.5090
2003 0.5832 0.7735 0.5108
2002 0.5762 0.8318 0.4798
2006 0.5623 0.8158 0.4669
2009 0.5591 0.7595 0.4848
2007 0.5509 0.9852 0.3900
2004 0.5441 0.7115 0.4819
2001 0.5188 0.7207 0.4419
2011 0.5124 0.8189 0.3970
2008 0.4842 0.7801 0.3745
1997 0.4799 0.5583 0.4502
1999 0.4210 0.6759 0.3240
1995 0.4097 0.6533 0.3196
2000 0.3899 0.5174 0.3409
1990 0.3879 0.5479 0.3283
1991 0.3380 0.4087 0.3110
1988 0.3028 0.4192 0.2595
1987 0.2991 0.2959 0.3005



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