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Bureau Of Meteorology’s Annual Report Doesn’t Link Humans To Climate Change, Also Shows Australia Is Cooling

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s latest annual climate report doesn’t link human activity to global warming (though the agency does continue to insinuate it) — and thanks to the dogged efforts of no-nonsense Aussie politician Malcolm Roberts, the BOM has admitted as much.

Roberts writes: Whenever I ask politicians to prove climate change is real and caused by humans they always point to the Bureau of Meteorology report, State of the Climate. But the report only publishes temperatures and observations, it doesn’t link any changes with carbon dioxide created by humans. The BOM admits in questioning (linked below) that the report itself simply confirms that the climate is variable without attributing a cause for it. If this is the case, why do politicians and so-called experts keep claiming this report proves carbon dioxide from humans is a danger and must be cut?

Moreover, the last two annual climate reports reveal the Aussies continent has actual COOLED, yet the agency has slyly tweaked the wording and date-ranges used in its reports so as not to draw attention to it — they are lying by omission.

This was noticed by Jennifer Marohasy, an Australian scientist and author. The below text is lifted from her website:

At the beginning of each year, normally within the first week, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology release their annual climate statement for the previous year with comment about how much hotter it is relative to temperatures back to 1910.

Two years ago (Jan 9, 2020) it was reported in the Sydney Morning Herald: We’ve seen clear trends in maximum, minimum and average temperatures across Australia … the country had warmed about 1.4 degrees since 1910, most of it since 1950. Last year (Jan 8, 2021) the BOM’s annual climate statement included comment that Australia’s climate has warmed on average by 1.44 degrees Celsius since records began in 1910. And now this year (Feb 8, 2022) the annual climate statement includes comment that Australia’s climate has warmed on averaged 1.47 degrees Celsius between when national records began in 1910 and 2020. Though interestingly, it was reported as 1.4 in the Sydney Morning Herald a month earlier.

In fact, temperatures in the official ACORN-SAT database have been coming down for the last two years, but the management at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology don’t seem able to acknowledge this reality.

To be clear, the quoted warming of 1.4 °C could relate to the period 1910 to 2019 (inclusive), with 1.44 °C being the value based on ACORN-SAT version 2.1 and 1.47 °C being the value based on ACORN-SAT version 2.2.  This is the opinion of Chris Gillham, who maintains a wonderful resource at He has calculated that ACORN-SAT 2.2’s mean temperature to be 0.77 °C warmer in 2021 than in 1910, with unadjusted (raw) historical values being just 0.25 °C warmer.

The Bureau’s wording is ambiguous — ‘when national records began in 1910 and 2020’ could mean to the beginning, or end, of 2020 — the wording is ambiguous enough that officialdom might not be technically wrong, and the average person might not realize that they are being dubbed out of two years of data: the last two years of data!

The alternative explanation, which I’m giving in this update (Feb 12, 2022), is that the 1.4 is actually the linear rate of warming. It is more normally calculated as a rate per year (0.0133) or per hundred years (1.33), but can be calculated as 1.49 °C for the period 1910 to 2021. Using just the ACORN-SAT values to the end of 2020, the value is 1.47, and to the end of 2019 1.45. The rate is continuing to increase because while the last two years have been cooler, considering the values back to 1910 in the ACORN-SAT database, the last two years are on average warmer.

Australia is beginning to cool, in line with the rest of the planet: 2021 was the continent’s coldest year in nearly a decade. The powers that be are lying to us, lying by omission. It stands that if no agenda was in play, and government scientists were led purely by the data without bias, then there would be no issue with them openly communicating this cooling data with us — a trend which began globally in 2016:

The COLD TIMES appear to be returning, the mid-latitudes REFREEZING, in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among many other forcings, including the impending release of the Beaufort Gyre).

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12 Thoughts to “Bureau Of Meteorology’s Annual Report Doesn’t Link Humans To Climate Change, Also Shows Australia Is Cooling”

  1. Anonymous

    Malcolm Roberts is a fine exemplar of Thoreau’s conclusion that “Any man more right than his neighbours constitutes a majority of one.”

  2. Peter

    There has been virtually limited spring and barely any summer in Sydney this year. February has come up warmer, but is still under the normal summer temps. The cooler weather seems to be reducing the temps. Its about 4-8 degrees cooler than normal.
    Ive lived in Sydney for almost 56 years and its definitely not normal. I found this out in the2017 summer, when at night the weather was cool, as it is now. And theres dew on everything most mornings which has never occurred in summer as far as i can remember. Were not all stupid. Our senses dont lie.
    Seems like these fools are playing to the tune of oblivion.
    Theyve sold out the people.
    They must be knocked down and dragged out, to be dealt with by the people.
    Now that would be the greatest show on earth.

  3. High Treason

    Malcolm Roberts is an extremely intelligent and dedicated man-we go back 12 years. In his Senate estimates hearings, CSIRO and BOM are consistently evasive in providing actual evidence. Even when there are questions on notice, they still can’t provide the actual evidence. This is because there is NO evidence to support the hypothesis that the 3% of atmospheric CO2 increase that is of human origin is the driving force behind dangerous or catastrophic global warming/ “climate change.” There is simply no evidence to support this absurd hypothesis. Where are the thousands of credible papers? where are ANY credible papers?
    Generally, the more absurd an hypothesis, the stronger the evidence must be. In the case of the above hypothesis, that some use as the reason to impose crazy taxes and destroy energy security, there is NO actual evidence. It has all been smoke and mirrors and semantic manipulation. The truth will be hidden by lies to support lies to support lies. When the truth is eventually revealed, those that lied will have some answers to provide.
    We must always question a narrative, especially one that is far-fetched. If answers are not forthcoming, it is NOT real science, it is pseudoscience.

  4. Andy L

    This year our Summer has been near to non existent here on the Eastern coast of Australia. It has been cool to cold and wet with many thunderstorms being produced due to the high levels of humidity in the atmosphere. But in the past couple of years the situation was much different with a number of +40C experienced in Sydney and the inland Eastern Australia resulting in catastrophic bushfires easily being seen from space. Traditionally February is our hottest month of the year and it certainly has not been the case. Even just last night we experienced a fast moving chain of thunderstorms that cooled the air considerably when it passed by. So while the Northern Hemisphere is absolutely freezing, we aren’t exactly enjoying a hot Australian summer either, not in the Eastern states anyway. I strongly believe we are headed for a worldwide cooling trend due to less influence by our quietening Sun, and the increasing activity of volcanic eruptions further cooling the planet. I have friends that live in the US and one in particular moved to FL to retire and he said it’s been really cool, he moved there because it was warm! Well not at the moment anyway. Don’t be surprised that in the next 6 months when they calculate worldwide rise in temperature that the trend will continue to show a decline and even be in the minus range rather than the +0.013 it is now, mark my words.

  5. Itz Me

    That’s why we call the BOM the Bureau of Misinformation.

  6. Colin Harkin

    Our experience with the weather changing goes back four years. We ski regularly at Perisher each year and in 2019, the snow was the best we had experienced in over 20 years skiing in Australia. Every year since the snow mass and quality has been equally good for skiing.

    Prior to that, snow was always marginal with great differences season to season.

    Here at home on the NSW southern tablelands, the last two summers have been more like mid spring where temperatures haven’t reached the usual mid to high 30’s and annual rainfall has been the highest since we started records in 2003. (Lake George is filling again)

    Last winter (2021) – temps dropped earlier and didn’t rise much until late November

    This year – our Liquidamber trees have started changing to autumn colours “mid February” which is normally our hottest month. This means the trees are sensing a drop in ground temperature and that will be caused by cool /cold nights and moderate to warm days. Definitely not enough warmth during the day to keep ground temps up.

    Like others commenting here, I’m of the view that the Sun calls all the shots regarding weather on Earth. CO2 is an excuse used by activists to link, what they deem a problem, to human activity and the debacle that is climate change. It’s basically a money scam.

    Professor Ian Plimer explains in his book “Green Murder” that Earth’s climate moves in repeated cycles from warm to cool to warm, as it has for millions of years. We are due for a cool cycle right about now and I think we are observing the early stages of the change.

    Some scientists have predicted this cool period will be well underway by mid century. What happens after that is not looking good either because it’s possible a very cold period could set in for the rest of the century or longer.

    Connecting this to the current global political cycle where the US is being challenged by China, who can foresee what will happen if the planet was to move into a cold period over the next 20 – 30 years? And, what about all the resources wasted as many countries pursue net-zero emissions by 2050?

    With unstable / unreliable electricity supply networks caused by the introduction of renewables and closure of coal and nuclear power stations, it’s possible many people could die from hypothermia.

    So far, humans are putting all their eggs in the hot basket. What will happen if it’s going to be very very cold?

    1. Robert Campbell


      1. Itz Me

        Took the words right out of my mouth Colin.

  7. RayS

    As a Canberra resident of 26 years I reckon this spring/summer has been the coldest. Natural gas bill (gas used for heat only) recently received shows I used 12 times as much as same period last year.

  8. Iggie

    According to the BoM, NSW maximum mean for Jan 22 was 0.72C above average. But if you look at the 130 sites for NSW, only 21 are above average, with 3 sites on average. If you average the given sites, it comes out to around 1.0C below average. Even the ACORN sites’ average is below at 0.9C . The BoM needs to be questioned about this (they will probably explain it away by 1961-90 average comparison).
    BTW, check Cobar. The Airport has a max mean of -0.7C, the MO has a mean of +1.6C. That’s nearly 2 degree difference in the same town.

  9. yarpos

    This omission of off narrative data is very similar to what the BOM did when cyclone data started being embarrassing. As soon as an established trend of lower intensity and frequency was clear they simply stopped updating the awkward chart and it became years out of date.

    They then added some some spin about extremes and how the big one is coming (which is always the case ) to drum up some climate alarm from conflicting data.

  10. Marty

    In Perth, Western Australia we have just had the hottest summer on record by just over 1 degree, with a week left to go of mid 30C’s it will stick. I think I read eight of our last 10 summers have been the hottest with until now 2016 holding the record. Perth is a hot city as is Western Australia generally so not sure what can be read into this. Our climate has got drier and annual rainfall reduced particularly in the south west. In the last couple of years however, we have had average to above average rain hence crops have been good, this year was a record harvest. The east coast however has been cooler and wetter the past 2 years as some previous comments detail. Definitely different experiences between east and west.

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