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Greenhouse gases make high temps hotter in China

There are 10 comments on the News Times story from Apr 12, 2013, titled Greenhouse gases make high temps hotter in China. In it, News Times reports that:

Smoke is emitted from chimneys of a cement plant in Binzhou city, in eastern China's Shandong province on Thursday, Jan.

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Thornton, TX

#1 Apr 12, 2013
The study appeared online in late March in the peer-reviewed journal Geophysical Research Letters.
The study uses the
"accepted and traditional method"
that climate scientists employ to attribute a specific trend to man-made global warming or to rule it out as a cause.

"The study is important because it formalizes what many scientists have been sensing as a
"gut instinct":

Xuebin Zhang of the climate research division of Canada's environmental agency said in a telephone interview. "It is quite clear and
"can be"
attributed to greenhouse gases."

More scientific science fiction. They really don't know is the GUT INSTINCT, CAN BE and ACCEPTED and TRADITIONAL METHOD. Got real science anywhere?
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#2 Apr 12, 2013
As long as China is making money and taking this world on its coattail, who cares about the lies of global warming. Heck in S.F. Bay Area it is still colder the heck ,what global warming?

Thornton, TX

#3 Apr 12, 2013
Ther you have it just follow the money.Maybe we can sell them carbon credits to stop global warming cooling climate change.
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#4 Apr 12, 2013
Per capita, China uses a lot less carbon than we do. This global warming stuff is a bunch of crap, no one who is educated is buying it.

Thornton, TX

#5 Apr 12, 2013
Only the scientific science fiction sheeplebots are buying it. They will soon be out with their hatred and name calling post.
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#6 Apr 12, 2013
Just like the lies about Iraq WMDs, this Global Warming stuff is a pile of crap also. If you believe in GW than I can sell you fur coats at the equator.

Thornton, TX

#7 Apr 12, 2013
GW is scientific science fiction to extract more tax dollars from the real tax payers.

Lynnwood, WA

#9 Apr 12, 2013
Many regions are now seeing the results of man-made, infra-red energy absorbing GHG dumping into Earth's biosphere. toxic topix AGW deniers understand the effects of all changing conditions on Earth temperatures. toxic topix AGW deniers even know the importance of infra-red energy absorbing GHGs to the warming of the Earth.

What toxic topix AGW deniers don't understand(more accurately, pretend to not understand), is the warming effects of human produced excess infra-red energy absorbing GHGs, which is being dumped into the air at the rate of 3.3 thousand thousand thousand thousand thousand KGs of CO2 per century, plus an increasing amount of permafrost methane, plus other man-made GHGs.
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#11 Apr 12, 2013
GW has been proven utterly impossible. Ask Bush, Cheney and Rummy, they had stated it in their speeches.


Since: Mar 11

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#12 Apr 12, 2013
ADD the CONTAMINATION of the Chickens who died from a disease... TOXIC AIR!!

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