Yeah, Climate deniers don't get to say things like "a record winter in north america proves there's no climate change", and "another 15 year period of no warming in the much longer trend of warming means there's no warming"...
AND climate supporters don't get to say stupid things like "this record drought in north america proves global climate change" or "Hurricanes Ike and Rita were proof of Climate change".
NONE of the above were proof of either set of conclusions.
I predict your prediction will repeat itself over and over again....... for years and years to come.?
True, but the interesting question is whether the peaks, troughs and average temperatures trend up, down or neither: and why? What impact will evolving temperature differentials throughout the atmosphere have on the climate patterns?