Wednesday, September 04, 2013


THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: Biochemistry professor explains why the lifetime of CO2 in the atmosphere is only 14 years
Dr. Gösta Pettersson, Professor Emeritus of biochemistry and specialist in reaction kinetics, further explains why the computer model ["The Bern Model'] used by the IPCC to predict CO2 lifetimes of over 100 years is highly flawed and is strongly contradicted by observations from both atomic bomb testing and atmospheric levels of CO2 [the Keeling Curve].
THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper finds another problem with global carbon-cycle models: plant respiration is 'as different as night and day'
Just a few days following publication of a paper finding global carbon cycle datasets may be significantly biased, a paper published today in Nature finds carbon-cycle models do not take into account that the effects on plant growth of rising night-time temperatures are opposite to those of increasing daytime temperatures.
Fiji, climate change top forum agenda |
Officials worked into the night on Wednesday to get multilateral agreement on the Majuro Declaration on climate change

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