How We Know That CO2 Controls The Climate

Over the last 16 years, CO2 has increased by 10% and global temperatures have been flat.

This proves that the climate is extremely sensitive to CO2, and that everything is worse than we predicted. ™James Hansen

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5 Responses to How We Know That CO2 Controls The Climate

  1. Me says:

    Yep, It;s worse than we thought™, so it means they didn’t know what were doing earlier if it’s worse now than what they thought. And most likely ( weasel word ) don’t know now either! 😆
    Ya got to like it when they say shit like that all the time.

  2. Santer’s present to sceptics this Xmas:

    “The multimodel average tropospheric temperature trends are outside the 5–95 percentile range of RSS results at most latitudes”

    Click to access 1210514109.full.pdf

    In normal science that would basically disprove the IPCC’s “most likely” scenario projections for global warming.

    • miked1947 says:

      I always love it when they use their “Multimodel” average for comparison. Non of the models get the desired results! Each individual model falsifies most other model results! Models are not experiments!
      These people shoot themselves in the foot every time they bring this shit up.

  3. Anto says:

    Here’s a glimpse of the latest “study” which is being talked up as confirming that the 1990 model predictions and the observations agree with each other. Take a look at the graphic – in particular the starting point for the observations. Why am I not surprised?

  4. gator69 says:

    I thought it was the consensus.

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