Tuesday, September 17, 2013


Report gives the truth about climate at last | thetelegraph.com.au
[Bob Carter] THE issue under public discussion is that human-related carbon dioxide emissions are causing, or will cause, dangerous global warming.

The issue is not "is climate change happening", for it always is and always has. Nor is it about whether carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas or not, because all scientists agree that it is.

Rather, the key question concerns the magnitude of warming caused by the rather small 7 billion tonnes of industrial carbon dioxide that enter the atmosphere each year, compared with the natural flows from land and sea of over 200 billion tonnes.
What's causing global warming? Look for the fingerprints | John Abraham | Environment | theguardian.com
The strategy was to see if even a worst case "world without us" could be made to look like the current measurements. But, even that didn't work. The human influence still stood out.
...I've read hundreds or perhaps thousands of scientific articles in my life, and this is about as convincing as it gets.
Alaska's Resilient Crabs Not Immune to Effects of Rapidly Acidifying Waters | PBS NewsHour | Sept. 16, 2013 | PBS
When Mathis, who makes his living sampling sea chemistry, analyzed ocean conditions off Alaska, he found it changing far faster than expected.
1965 Colorado Flood Covered The Entire Southeast Quadrant Of The State | Real Science

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