The graphs on this page take the global atmosphere into consideration, instead of just surface temperatures, often measured too close to industrialized and populated areas of the globe.
The astounding find, depicted by the graphs, is based on a known fact in physics: cold air is heavier than warm air.
Note: To better understand the graphs below, I strongly recommend...
Where Has Global Warming Gone?
At first glance, the first global warming graph (just below) appears to illustrate global warming. After all, the curve is rising! Right?
Wait Before You Jump To Conclusions!
Yes, wait before you conclude that the graph above is proof of global warming. Pay close attention to the information on the graph ...
I showed this graph to a few colleagues, and every one of them ... did a "double take" to eventually realize what the curve meant.
You Deserve An Explanation
You might (or might not) already know that warm air is lighter than cold air. In other words, warm air weighs less than cold air.
Therefore, the barometric pressure, measured under a warm atmosphere will be lower than under a colder atmosphere.
But the graph shows that the barometric pressure over Canada has risen, not fallen!
When you see the barometric pressure sharply rise in from 1993 to 1994, please remember that you are looking at a 30 year running average.
This means that the atmosphere started becoming colder,
Time To Triple Check
When I found this out, I could not believe my eyes. My first reaction was that I must have done something wrong.
I reviewed my procedure three times ... and still came up with the same astonishing results.
What Is Happening?
So. What is behind all the political and media excitement about "global warming"? Makes you wonder, does it not?
Surely, someone in the scientific community must have spotted this. I find it hard to believe that they have not published the fact before. Or, maybe they have ... but the media did not deem it newsworthy!
Are we dealing with a global warming myth?
My Study In More Detail
Here is an animated global warming graph of the pressure data from four Canadian meteorological stations used in my study.
For details behind my study, and its unexpected findings,