Sunday, January 29, 2012

These scientists say

Via Instapundit, the London Daily Mail has data that the earth hasn't warmed since 1997.
Those who talk global warming and the need for action mention CO2 as the problem.
But sun strength and ocean temperature also have their impacts.
Those two point toward global cooling.
So we have more time to study, analyze data and compare before panicking.
Dig some coal in celebration of this data.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sunspots act as a catalyst on earth’s clouds which then influence climate. An engineer’s assessment of what has been and is going on is available. A wider lower solar cycle can have the same influence on average global temperature as a narrow high one. The sunspot time-integral exploits this to, with ocean cycles, calculate average global temperatures since 1895 with 88% accuracy as demonstrated in detail in the pdf made public 11/24/11 at . CO2 had no significant influence.