These sensational findings, ignored by the mainstream media, were released last year and are the work of six top international scientists led by Nour-Eddine Omrani of the Norwegian Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.
Published in the Nature journal Climate and Atmospheric Science (Coupled stratosphere-troposphere-Atlantic multidecadal oscillation and its importance for near-future climate projection), the scientists say that,
Certainly, current observations back up these suggestions.
As we reported recently, Arctic summer sea ice stopped declining about a decade ago and has shown recent growth. The Greenland surface ice sheet grew by almost 500 billion tones in the year to August 2022, and this was nearly equivalent to its estimated annual loss.
Of course, climate alarmists have not quite caught up with these recent trends, with Sir David Attenborough telling his BBC Frozen Planet II audience that,
Interestingly, the six scientists, whose work has helped debunk the 'settled' science myth, still attribute some global warming to human causes.
The Northern hemisphere is characterized by,
But producing work that predicts 30 years of global cooling puts them outside the 'settled' narrative that claims human-produced carbon dioxide is the main - possibly the only - determinant of global and local temperatures.
At the very least, it dials down the hysteria pushing for almost immediate punitive net-Zero measures.
Lead author Omrani is reported to have said that the expected warming pause,
Needless to say, such thinking was absent at last week's Davos climate freak show, with elite delegates ramping up the fearmongering to record heights.
Former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore went into full meltdown, ranting ,
Current U.S. climate envoy, and private jet owner, John Kerry described the gathering as a "select" group of people trying to "save the planet", while chief UN carnival barker Antonio Guterres claimed we were flirting with climate disaster and every week brought a new horror story:
Of course, some might suggest that in the circumstances this was an all-round excellent effort to whip up more money - ahem, I mean more genuine climate concern - at a time when,
As we have noted on numerous occasions, rising global temperatures ran out of steam about two decades ago.
Surface datasets run by operations like the U.K. Met Office have added retrospective warming, while there are increasing doubts about the on-site recording of massive heat distortions caused by the growth in cities and towns across the globe.
The Omrani paper is complex but it revolves around the effect of the cyclical and natural North Atlantic Multidecadel Oscillation (AMO).
Observations and records dating back to the start of the 19th century have shown enormous Arctic sea ice changes. It appears the AMO plays a major part in these changes.
A key projection of the paper is,
If there is a drop comparable with this period, the global temperature could fall by up to 0.3°C.
Any science that downplays the involvement of 'human-caused' CO2 is largely ignored in mainstream academia, politics and the media.
But even some scientists who argue there is considerable anthropogenic input recognize the role played by natural atmospheric factors in a constantly changing climate.
More skeptical scientists such as Emeritus Professor Richard Lindzen of MIT have an intellectual objection to blaming all or most changes in global temperatures on just one trace atmospheric gas.
He is of the climate science school of thought that argues that temperature changes are caused by dynamic heat flows in the atmosphere and the oceans, and these in turn are caused by latitudinal differences in temperature, or 'baroclinic instability' to give it a scientific term.
For Lindzen, it is "absurd" to assume that the controlling factor for temperature changes in our complex, three-dimensional climate, is the small contribution made by CO2.
It seems that the more scientists look and explore, the more they understand that the atmosphere and the climate it produces is an immensely complex environment affected by many far-reaching natural influences...