Report ponders: How sensitive is climate to CO2?
In this Dec. 3, 2009 file photo smoke billows from chimneys of the cooling towers of a coal-fired power plant in Dadong, Shanxi province, China.
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#1 Sep 26, 2013
"We know a great deal of the mechanism by which CO2 causes warming," said Field, the Carnegie scientist. "There is still uncertainty about how much a range of feedbacks either amplify or suppress that warming."
Yep.. it's an open-ended problem with mysteries ahead while man-made global warming rages on.. What ya gonna do with that!
#2 Sep 27, 2013
Might one suggest that there may be an immense conflict in the claims asserted by some on this thread.
So... Which is it? "...uncertainty about how much a range of feedbacks either amplify or suppress that warming."
OR: "...man-made global warming rages on"?
You guys sure can sound silly when justifying your faith :-)
#3 Sep 27, 2013
You don't understand a science activity called climate science.
Teach a stone science... impossible.
Btw your post's wording is incorrect in science.
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