A lot of cold water on both sides of the Arctic, around western Europe, the Atlantic hurricane basin, and the Gulf of Mexico.Op-Ed: Global warming denial a dangerous course « Summit County Citizens Voice
small increases in any number of substances including carbon dioxide and fluorocarbon derivatives do have a large and long-term impact on weather.Evidence builds that scientists underplay climate impacts — The Daily Climate
In an interview, Maclean was willing to "go beyond the message of the paper" and flatly state that the extinction predictions are too conservative.Flashback: Warmist Ilya Maclean's incredible hockey stick: 200 years after the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, he can't name one CO2-induced species extinction. In 89 years, he suggests there may be over one million CO2-induced species extinctions.
But, he added, "I can't say it definitively."
89 years is only another 32485 days, and to reach a million extinctions by 2100, CO2 has to kill off an average of 30+ species for each of those days.
I'm willing to bet Maclean eleventy-zillion dollars that that doesn't happen.