New data debunks the global warming myth, suggesting temperatures haven't risen at all in nearly two decades. This latest revelation comes from Dr. Ross McKitrick, a Canadian professor of environmental economics.
“In my paper I'm not actually looking at the climate models, I'm just looking at the temperature data and asking how long is the pause, and I make it out to be about 19 years at this point,” he tells KTRH News.
McKitrick believes both sides of the global warming issue need to just take a step back and look at the data.
“Because these have big policy implications and some big public discussions, people just need to actually go and look at the numbers themselves and think the story gets pretty clear at that point,” he says.
He says so-called "warmists" can't explain away the fact carbon dioxide levels continued to rise over the past 20 years, but temperatures remained virtually unchanged.
“We're not looking at between 15 and 20 years of no global warming,” says McKitrick. “So basically anyone finishing up high school heard about it all the way through school, but they've never actually experienced it.”