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Earth naturally warms and cools without any help from humans. of the warming since 1979 has been in the Arctic where it is needed. Earth is not warming, it is cooling. is better. Wanting to stop global warming is wanting to stop a nascent agriculture industry in Yukon. Despite massive funding, no good methods have been found to control the climate, but that has not stopped governments from discussing idiotic methods to control the climate. It is difficult to understand why the recent warming should be considered bad, when it is not statistically different from the warming periods of a century ago, and a century and a half ago. Edit @Xena: "... i think the temperate has risen maybe 2 degrees but near the poles its somewhere ~7 degrees ..." I suspect that by that you mean since the dead of the Little Ice age, and degrees F. (My first link would agree with that basis for the 2 F of global warming.) However, I would love to know where you got the ~7 F for "near the poles". Are you extrapolating back from 1881? The predicted increase in storminess has not happened, but both the recent flooding in Thailand and Queensland, Australia are partly a result of Warmist policies. So are some food shortages, and nuclear disasters. Edit @Jyushchy: <<The melting of Greenland's ice sheet will raise sea levels by 7 metres>> The article you linked to in order to demonstrate what you are talking about is captioned: "Greenland's ice sheet could disappear within the next 1,000 years if global warming continues at its present rate, a report in Nature magazine suggests." That is highly unlikely considering the normal variations in temperature change normally observed for such periods. As for the rest, there is strong reason to believe that warmer weather extends the growing season improving agriculture in the Temperate Zone and the sub Arctic. There is no viable evidence that warm weather will adversely affect agriculture in East Africa or Bangladesh. The increase in droughts that was predicted with global warming failed to materialize. Instead they find that: "Globally, the mid-1950s showed the highest drought activity and the mid-1970s to mid-1980s the lowest activity." -- Plotting the time with the lowest drought activity in green and the highest in blue on the global temperature graph for the last half of the 20th century, The highest drought activity occurred during the coldest part of those 5 decades, and the warmest part (the late 1990s) were nothing special. Edit2 @Jyushchy: "hopelessly outdated" Published in 2008, same as the graph you linked to, but did not use unreliable tree ring data like yours did. [My top link.] And do you really expect a permanent acceleration in temperatures?! Computers are excellent tools for data analysis and for working out well understood processes. They fail when they are used to predict the future based on poorly understood correlations.
The argument (well one of them anyway) presented by deniers is that it is all natural cycles, it is certainly true such cycles do exist and have varying effects on climate over years even decades, things like ENSO, the PDO. The PDO is a good example because will denier point to cooling in the 40s-70s as evidence humans are not causing AGW, if you actually look at the timing of that cooling, from the early 1940's through to the late 70's with a bit of a reprieve in the late 50's to early 60's keys in very well with extended PDO event that occurred during the same period even down to the 50's-60's break. look at the bigger picture and even with that PDO even temperatures have continued to climb, the other point is we are currently in a moderate to strong PDO and it seems to be having far less of an effect than the 1940 event and with or without the PDO temperatures are well above the levels they were at in the 50's. But then most of the nonsense deniers spout was explained quite a while ago.
The up's and down's in temperature over history is well documented! The question is does man play a factor and the answer is yes. But it is Very Slight. I contend that CO2 plays no role, but man does contribute a slight increase with things like the heat island efffect in urban areas. This effect causes warming that shows local increases that may effect certain weather stations but not others close by.
Global warming is caused by the excess burning of fossil fuels by humans. yes the earth has gone through warm and cold periods of time for millions of years, but this is more severe and is happening at a much faster rate that keeps getting worse, globally i think the temperate has risen maybe 2 degrees but near the poles its somewhere ~7 degrees, which causes the ice caps to melt and sea levels to rise. the more commonly used term now is Climate Change, because the increased water and heat causes stronger, more powerful storms, although its impossible to say that one certain storm was more destructive because of global warming, more heat + more water = more evaporation = changes in rain patterns, causing droughts in some places and floods in others where this has never happened before. people like to use the excuse of the snow storms we've been getting "if global warming is real than why are we getting so much snow?" well if you look at the temperatures, they've been the warmest in a long time, i remember when it would be -11 at my house, and this past winter it was probably 20 - 27 degrees the whole time. and once again, more heat = more water in the air that will condense as snow. global warming is caused by the Greenhouse Effect, the greenhouse gases (mainly CO2 and CH4) trap heat in the atmosphere instead of letting it escape into space have being reflected by things such as water, ice caps, and even man made buildings. why is Venus the hottest planet in our solar system and not Mercury even though Mercury is closer to the sun? because Venus has a thick blanket of clouds in its atmosphere that are a more severe version of our greenhouse affect. and anybody who feels like just saying "There's not such thing as global warming, look at the facts idiots, its staring you right in the face you just don't want to deal with it. as for the best way to deal with it, use less energy, practice conservation, support alternative, renewable energies such as solar, wind, or hydroelectric, help with tree planting projects, as these will help remove CO2 from our atmosphere, the only thing is that CO2 doesn't decompose quickly in the atmosphere and will take a long time to remove itself, maybe something you've heard of is CFCs, which were banned from being used cause they depleted the ozone layer, those will stay in the atmosphere for more than 70 years, degrading the ozone layer the whole time. however: HOLES ohio THE OZONE DO NOT repeat DO NOT have anything to do with global warming, they allow more UV rays through which increase skin cancer though, making them another thing to be worried about I hope this helps you understand a little more about Global Warming/ Climate Change :)
If it wasn't for global warming, Chicago would still be under a mile of ice. Fortunately, cro magnon people learned how to make fire and the smoke from their campsites melted the glaciers.
Global warming refers to the rising average temperature of Earth's atmosphere and oceans and its projected continuation. In the last 100 years, Earth's average surface temperature increased by about 0.8 °C (1.4 °F) with about two thirds of the increase occurring over just the last three decades. Reasons-- Warming of the climate system is unequivocal, and scientists are more than 90% certain most of it is caused by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases produced by human activities such as deforestation and burning fossil fuel.These findings are recognized by the national science academies of all the major industrialized countries. How is it caused-- The greenhouse effect is the process by which absorption and emission of infrared radiation by gases in the atmosphere warm a planet's lower atmosphere and surface. Greenhouse effect is caused by greenhouse gases. The major greenhouse gases are water vapor, which causes about 36–70 percent of the greenhouse effect; carbon dioxide (CO2), which causes 9–26 percent; methane (CH4), which causes 4–9 percent; and ozone (O3), which causes 3–7 percent. Human activity since the Industrial Revolution has increased the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, leading to increased radiative forcing from CO2, methane, tropospheric ozone, CFCs and nitrous oxide. Over the last three decades of the 20th century, gross domestic product per capita and population growth were the main drivers of increases in greenhouse gas emissions. Effects-- An increase in global temperature will cause sea levels to rise and will change the amount and pattern of precipitation, and a probable expansion of subtropical deserts. Warming is expected to be strongest in the Arctic and would be associated with continuing retreat of glaciers, permafrost and sea ice. Other likely effects of the warming include more frequent occurrence of extreme weather events including heatwaves, droughts and heavy rainfall events, species extinctions due to shifting temperature regimes, and changes in agricultural yields.
If you would like to understand exactly why the planet has warmed over the last several decades allow Dr. Henrik Svensmark to explain in this video: video is in 5 parts and will automatically advance at the end of each segment) ----------------------- These videos are good to watch too: The Great Global Warming Swindle Warming Doomsday Called Off
Global Warming is fake. Nothing causes it.
Global warming is happening we are causing it ten warmest years in history are 2010, 2005, 2009, 2007, 2002, 1998, 2006, 2003, 2004 and 2001. aka NW Jack <Most of the warming since 1979 has been in the Arctic where it is needed.> The Arctic is where warming is doing the most harm. The melting of Greenland's ice sheet will raise sea levels by 7 metres (23 feet) <<<The melting of Greenland's ice sheet will raise sea levels by 7 metres>> <The article you linked to in order to demonstrate what you are talking about is captioned: <"Greenland's ice sheet could disappear within the next 1,000 years if global warming continues at its present rate, a report in Nature magazine suggests." <That is highly unlikely considering the normal variations in temperature change normally observed for such periods.> First of all, the graph which you linked to is hopelessly outdated. It looks like the graph in the 1990 IPCC report of past climate in central England. Here is a link to a more up to date graph. Besides, even though I do not expect to be around in 1000 years, I would still prefer to leave the people a world which is better than that of today. I do not want to ruin it. The article also says, "if global warming continues at its present rate." Unless you believe computer models, there is no reason to believe that global warming will not accelerate dramatically. Temperatures could easily go up by 4 degrees C in the next century. OK, the above link is from climate models. Temperatures could rise much more than 4 degrees C in the next century. <As for the rest, there is strong reason to believe that warmer weather extends the growing season improving agriculture in the Temperate Zone and the sub Arctic. There is no viable evidence that warm weather will adversely affect agriculture in East Africa or Bangladesh. The increase in droughts that was predicted with global warming failed to materialize.> From your link; "Using observation-driven simulations of global terrestrial hydrology and a cluster algorithm that searches for spatially connected regions of soil moisture, the authors identified 296 large-scale drought events (greater than 500 000 km2 and longer than 3 months) globally for 1950–2000." So you do believe computer models. They just have to pass the acid test. When computer models say what Portland wants them to say, they must be accurate. Also note that my link about Bangladesh was about sea level, not drought. In addition, you can find sources to back up every possible claim on the internet, such as that the Earth is flat or that it is only a few thousand years old. <but did not use unreliable tree ring data like yours did.> Now you are making ignorant comments about tree rings. ONly Portland knows about tree rings. Scientist who actually study tree rings no nothing about tree rings. Tree ring proxies prior to 1960 track closely with the instrumental record and other physical proxies. <And do you really expect a permanent acceleration in temperatures?> Why are you asking me? No one knows more about climate than this guy. But unless you can disprove the laws of thermodynamics, and given the fact that we are not going to stop adding CO2 to the atmosphere for a very long time, the Earth can only continue to warm. Your graph is not relevant to this question, because even if it were accurate, which is highly unlikely given the contradictory data, it describes temperatures when CO2 was constant and other factors influenced climate. <Computers are excellent tools for data analysis and for working out well understood processes. They fail when they are used to predict the future based on poorly understood correlations.> You're the one who is talking about models. You are the one who accepts that Greenland's ice sheet will take 1,000 years to disappear, because the models say it will take that long. I am the one who questioned that 1,000 year figure.
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