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Posted By: marktimeAnd yes, I did read it through to the end...
Need to add a sentence to make it crystal clear..... the small increase in atmospheric CO2, according to mainline IPCC and mainstream environmental predictions, should have made for detectable global temperature rise by now.... if there was a simple link between the two. To date, no such rise has been observed.
Posted By: fostertomHealth warning - this isn't me fostertom talking, it's copied from elsewhere;
Posted By: MartinJust over 300 million years ago was the world's hottest hot house era. Lots of coal laid down in shallow oceans from ferns and fern trees. The atmosheric CO2 was..... 12 to 20 times the worst forecast for us in the future. It was hot. We still made it to here........
Posted By: Martinanyone is likely to need atleast 40 years of data before they can tell if its a natural or a man-made change, unless its enormous.
Posted By: Martin"...... the next step being to see how big and when their influence can be detected in the data.Look for the biggest first, and ask "how are they dealt with in the current theories/ models?)Top of this hit list - The Sun....... we know very little about its cycles, what drives them, what effect its changes have on the earth's atmosphere/ magnesphere... and resulting changes - temperature, upper atmosphere.- Water..... mean surface sea temperature provides the best fit or predictor for global atmospheric temp.... but is this a surprise?
Posted By: MartinIn the last decade we've seen similar long run observation of the sun increase from near nothing.... there's now budget to keep up long run sun observation permanently.
Posted By: Martinthe small increase in atmospheric CO2,
Posted By: MartinThe increase in atmospheric CO2 is very very far from enormous today.
Posted By: Gavin_APosted By: fostertomHealth warning - this isn't me fostertom talking, it's copied from elsewhere;but what is your opinion of the piece and why did you post it here?
Posted By: marktimeWhat did you make of your reading on the Real Cimate website?
Posted By: brig001Should we separate skeptics and deniers?
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