SCIENCE 1993 : US To Warm 10 Degrees By 2030

In 1993, sophisticated computer models predicted 8-10 degrees warming in the US by 2030.

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6 Responses to SCIENCE 1993 : US To Warm 10 Degrees By 2030

  1. gator69 says:

    The article goes on to say that Venus is so very hot beacause of its high atmospheric CO2 concentration. Too bad she did not have room for another column on the canals of Mars or Moon cheese.

  2. willys36 says:

    You forgot to highlight “satellite Reconnaissance” as a bogus source of NASA data. They no longer recognize that information. I am actually surprised they leave those satellites functional, seems their scam is better served if they nuke them.

  3. gregole says:

    “…more sophisticated computer models…”

    Uh huh.

  4. RAH says:

    As I sit here in my abode about 30 mi north of Indianapolis there is a steady south win of over 25 mph with gusts over 30 whipping my flags. The temp is 63 deg. F and it’s sunny. Despite the fact that I have to go out and pick up some stuff out my yard and it’s been far too windy to burn off the stuff I have in my fire ring, I’ll take this kind of weather on this Feb. 28th day over the average we have here on this day.

    Monday at 05:00 I drive down to Walton, KY near the I-75 and I-71 split and pick up body parts for new automobiles and deliver them to a place in Goshen, IN and then drive home with the empty trailer. So part of my drive will be through Amish country. Not a bad way to spend a day at work I think.

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