Volcanoes, aerosols, and global warming

Volcanoes, aerosols, and global warming

There are 2 comments on the Daily Kos story from Mar 2, 2013, titled Volcanoes, aerosols, and global warming. In it, Daily Kos reports that:

Neely said previous observations suggest that increases in stratospheric aerosols since 2000 have counterbalanced as much as 25 percent of the warming scientists blame on human greenhouse gas emissions.

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Cibolo, TX

#1 Mar 3, 2013
Researchers have begun looking more closely at the contribution of these two sources of sulfur aerosols. Based on all available data, including geographic dispersion and chemical composition, the University of Colorado - National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration research team
that the volcanic eruptions matter most.

Hold on they said it was man made. See they really really don't know.

Everett, WA

#2 Mar 3, 2013
fetid feces face flip flopper fiend wrote:
See they really really don't know.
See, "fetid feces face flip flopper fiend" never did know.

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