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Economist: 'Mismatch' Between CO2 & 'Not-Rising Temperatures'

There are 2 comments on the New Media Journal story from Apr 4, 2013, titled Economist: 'Mismatch' Between CO2 & 'Not-Rising Temperatures'. In it, New Media Journal reports that:

The Economist has been fairly consistent in its stand that carbon dioxide emissions from man-made sources are the chief cause of global warming.

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PHD

Montalba, TX

#1 Apr 5, 2013
Buried deep in the highly technical piece, the magazine admits that evidence suggests something that global warming skeptics have long maintained: Natural variations in the earth's climate likely play a bigger role than scientific models have said.

At he end of the day they just don't know. Got more scientific science fiction?

Since: Apr 08

"the green troll"

#2 Apr 5, 2013
PHD wrote:
Natural variations in the earth's climate likely play a bigger role than scientific models have said.
Temperatures are within the range of model predictions, therefore the role of natural variation is captured by the models.

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