Pat Michaels on aerosols, China coal,...

Pat Michaels on aerosols, China coal, and lack of recent warming

There are 1 comment on the NorCalBlogs story from Aug 5, 2011, titled Pat Michaels on aerosols, China coal, and lack of recent warming. In it, NorCalBlogs reports that:

Boston University's Robert Kaufmann and colleagues recently published a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences examining the causes of the recent dearth of "global warming." They concluded that it's simply natural variability, augmented by increasing sulfate emissions from dramatically growing coal consumption by China.

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Nepean, Canada

#1 Aug 6, 2011
Pat Michaels has NO credibility left as a scientist. He has tried to fudge the data and spin the logic to create 'doubt' but nobody is buying his poisoned kool-aid any more.

Though the working scientists still rebut his nonsense, so it has little impact on the scientific establishment, only on a fringe part of the public that embraces ANY doubt regardless of how reasonable it is.

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