You Don’t Need To Be A Rocket Scientist To Work At NASA

There are other more unusual pieces of compelling evidence, such as the fact that the atmosphere above the troposphere — the part where our weather doesn’t really exist, which we call the stratosphere — is systematically cooling. It’s very difficult to explain that cooling except from the ways in which we’re altering the carbon dioxide concentrations in our atmosphere, which we believe are leading to the warming that we see.

The stratosphere cooled in two steps after large volcanic eruptions. What does that have to do with CO2?

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7 Responses to You Don’t Need To Be A Rocket Scientist To Work At NASA

  1. omnologos says:

    Pinatubo created a hole in the tropopause and allowed nasty CO2 molecules to get through

  2. Daniel Packman says:

    I thought the predictions of cooling were for the upper stratosphere and the region you are showing is expected to be flat.

  3. omnologos says:

    A drop in climate science is never a drop. It’s just an uptick that hasn’t been corrected yet.

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