Friday, August 23, 2013

Interesting warmist graph illustrates lack of consensus on human contribution to recent global warming: Maybe it's 170%, maybe it's under 100%. Also, maybe the natural contribution is 30-40% cooling, or maybe it's 10% warming

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The percentage contribution to global warming over the past 50-65 years is shown in two categories, human causes (left) and natural causes (right), from various peer-reviewed studies (colors).

1 comment:

Dan Pangburn said...

The CO2 level continues to go up while the average global temperature doesn’t. Apparently, the separation between the rising CO2 level and not-rising agt will need to get much wider for the AGW mistake to become evident to the deniers of natural climate change.

GW ended before 2001.

AGW never was.