Often focused on century-long trends, most climate models failed to predict that the temperature rise would slow, starting around 2000. Scientists are now intent on figuring out the causes and determining whether the respite will be brief or a more lasting phenomenon...
..The change may be a result of an observed decline in heat-trapping water vapor in the high atmosphere, for unknown reasons. It could be a combination of factors or some as yet unknown natural variations, scientists say.
The bad news - if we get a few warm years coming up, the warmist machine will go into overdrive to get everyone alarmed again, and will just ignore the unexplained cool interval. And somehow people will forget that it happened. See to me, we already have proof that the computer models don't work. We don't have to explain the "pause". It's already explained by the fact that the computer models are worthless predictors of temperature. They are good grant generators, nothing more.
Face down in the water. Very much like: