IPCC Model is flawed
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22 October 07
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17 Oct 07 - It needs to be borne in mind that a given volume of sea water requires 3,512 X as much heat energy to be warmed by one degree Celsius, than is required to warm the same volume of air by the same amount. To argue that the warming ambient temperature of our atmosphere caused our oceans to evaporate is nothing short of facile.
Why is this level of pedantry so important? If our climate is warming then it’s warming. So what?
The answer lies in our reaction to the cause of global warming. If the cause of global warming is the fact that sunspot activity has been on the rise, then this begs the questions, "Why?" and "What might we do about it?". Further, will this raised level of sunspot activity continue unabated, or will it wane over time? If it wanes over time, what will be the impact of this waning?
The work of Khabibullo Ismailovich Abdusamatov needs to be taken very seriously.. The work of the National Centre for Atmospheric Research needs to be taken very seriously. Both conclude that the unusual sunspot activity will continue unabated until 2012, following which it will begin to abate.
Abdusamatov believes that we are headed for a mini Ice Age similar to the Little Ice Age of the Middle Ages. (See Abdusamatov)
There is also increasing evidence to support the conclusion that Climate Change is not "man-made", and that the IPCC computer model is flawed – just as Professor Edward Wegman of George Mason University said it was.
See entire article by Brian Bloom
Or see: http://www.321energy.com/editorials/bloom/bloom101607.html
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