Climate Quiz : Find The Footprint

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Crack scientists are spending billions of dollars studying methods to isolate the man made temperature footprint from the natural temperature footprint. Can you help them?

What percentage of the 0.0C change in temperature over the sixteen years is due to man made CO2?

  1. 0%
  2. 25%
  3. 47.6%
  4. 75%
  5. 83.279%
  6. 97%
  7. 97%
  8. 97%
  9. 99.7%
  10. All of the above
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14 Responses to Climate Quiz : Find The Footprint

  1. Sundance says:

    I can’t any footprint but It sure looks like ET’s hand is giving me the alien finger in 2007. 🙂

  2. gator69 says:

    All of the above and then some. That way we can claim to be right later, no matter what happens.

  3. Hugh K says:

    “Crack scientists are spending billions of dollars studying methods to isolate the man made temperature footprint from the natural temperature footprint. Can you help them?”

    First of all, these scientists really need to get off the crack. Second of all, I’ll help them if they tell me why this research requires billions of dollars when the best estimates available put the cost of the first moon landing at only 35 million.

    Oh, that’s right….the crack. Never mind….

  4. Andy DC says:

    97% of leading climate scientists say with 99% certainty that 99.7% of the nonchange is a result of a manmade human footprint. The fault for 83.279% of this footprint clearly rests with greedy white Republican Christian heterosexual males.

  5. Every recent public high school grad knows it is 110%.

  6. My final answer: 621.579% = the sum = all of the above.

  7. Edward. says:

    Trending down, no upward movement: more chance of seeing a big foot on the White House lawn having tea with John Adams.

  8. anthonyvioli says:

    Its a tough one. Might get the BOM to take a look, they are good with figures.

  9. It was that peak in 2007…no, not that one, to the left of that one…no, no, you’re not trying, to the LEFT. Yes, that one was 99 and 44/100’s pure CO2. I was eating a ham sandwich at the time, so I remember it well. All the rest was aerosols, and clouds, and Mt. Pinatubo — or was it Tibidabo? Anyway, I was hiking through Barcelona (?), and came across this secluded mountain lake, and I saw a woman, bathing….

  10. tckev says:

    Averaging the numbers with the Hansenizer Software package and the answer is …
    128.00678423765 and rising.

  11. CheshireRed says:

    Ouch.

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