I have not seen it, nor have any plans to, so i can't vouch for itOriginally Posted by [b
Not that i can recall...Originally Posted by [b
The idea is more carbon dioxide, more greenhouse gas, warmer temperatures. We do know carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, the general idea being
The term greenhouse effect describes how water vapor, carbon dioxide, and other "greenhouse" gases in the atmosphere alter the return of energy to space, and in turn, change the temperature at the Earth's surface. These greenhouse gases absorb some of the energy that is emitted from the Earth's surface, preventing this energy from being lost to space. As a result, the lower atmosphere warms and sends some of this energy back to the Earth's surface. When the energy is "recycled" in this way, the Earth's surface warms.
Also, as i have shown previously, Ice core data shows the majority of the correspondence between temperature and carbon dioxide is consistent with a feedback between carbon dioxide and climate.And yet, taking these different influences into account, it is possible to determine how much the temperature decreased when carbon dioxide was reduced, and use this scaling (termed climate sensitivity) to determine how much temperature might increase as carbon dioxide increases.Originally Posted by [b"There is considerable debate centered on the cause of 20th century climate change. Few people contest the idea that some of the recent climate changes are likely due to natural processes, such as volcanic eruptions, changes in solar luminosity, and variations generated by natural interactions between parts of the climate system (for example, oceans and the atmosphere). There were significant climate changes before humans were around and there will be non-human causes of climate change in the future. However, it is increasingly apparent that human induced atmospheric changes are having an effect on our climate." - NOAA final statementOriginally Posted by [b