Thursday, March 29, 2018

AGW discussion 108

Looks like the NOAA is cooking the numbers in order to show global warming.

Stunning, or shocking, the headline says.  ( But it doesn't surprise me. )

Previous discussions on this site should be enough to question the premises that increasing the concentration of any kind of gas is not likely to produce much of a change in the global temperatures.

It's the oceans that store the sun's energy and thus warm the planet.  An atmosphere will enable the oceans to exist, but they cannot store energy for long enough to make a difference.

If you say otherwise, then you have to believe that a few parts per million will have an out of the proportion type effect.  As for me, I find that almost an absurd proposition.

But then again, people will believe what they will believe.

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