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Global warming has just gone in the wind now.They are just talking things about it and would never happen.
Climate models can accurately predict long term trends
"It is not a sufficient explanation to say that a cool year is due to natural variability"
It could be said that it is quite arrogant of “scientists” to only supply the data to reputable work groups etc and not to publish the data more generally, but recent years are littered with headline grabbing misinterpretations in relation to Anthropogenic climate change
I am not a scientist but... My conclusion is....
Also do you think that 90% of the population cares what units the US marks off it's highways in?
Madi - I am watching your Beavis and Butthead video and will comment as I go along from time to time. However, I wish you had simply listed the URL I now provide below. That you post Beavis and Butthead videos to make your point is, well, dissapointing
The real problem is that he thinks it matters.I don't care if the video was fronted by an naturalist, a "Shakspearean Actor" or a gorrilla in a tutu.The facts remain facts.
pepper: You seem intimidated by people with high titles in positions of power. I delt with such people for decades, and they have no special super powers.
The results of my 'research' amounted to something that might be called a 'meta' study today. This is not rocket science.
BTW, for the benefit of those who say the data is not available I recommend that you look at, for example, the second post in this thread.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 10/12/2009 22:05:53BTW, for the benefit of those who say the data is not available I recommend that you look at, for example, the second post in this thread.Its not as simple as plotting a temperature rise on a graph an saying thats due to human influence.
What's your point? Your population graph shows nothing but continued population increase, which seems ill informed.
Further, your 1800 - 2005(?) graph is less then useless since it does not include ANY of the previous warming or cooling events.More importantly, you have ignored my question temperatures in Roman Era Britain. And I will give you a leg up. Whatever the correct answer, it is not a local phenomena. As for high horses? Somebody needs to lead from the front.....
nixieFurther, your other chart shows significant changes since 1850. Well DUH. The Little Ice Age ended at about that time. The previous couple of centuries were cold as hell. The Thames and Delaware rivers routinely froze over. Subsequent warming was a welcome change.This stuff is really not all that difficult. I will ask you one question. Was Britain as war or warmer in Roman times then it is now? This is a very very easy question.....
"In fact, we are now in a climate optimum. "Would you like to explain the benfits of this warming to the people of, for example, Tuvalu or Bangladesh?