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Problems with Statistical Tests of Pre-1958 Atmospheric CO2 Concentration Data

James McCown writes: A number of climatologists and economists have run statistical tests of the annual time series of greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations and global average temperatures in order to determine if there is a relation between the variables. This is done in order to confirm or discredit the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) theory that…

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The diminishing influence of increasing Carbon Dioxide on temperature

Guest essay by Ed Hoskins Using data published by the IPCC on the diminishing effect of increasing CO2 concentrations and the latest proportional information on global Man-made CO2 emissions, these notes examine the potential for further warming by CO2 emissions up to 1000ppmv and the probable consequences of decarbonisation policies being pursued by Western governments.…

BOMBSHELL: Study shows greenhouse gas induced warming dropped for the past 14 years

Paper finds a decrease of IR radiation from greenhouse gases over past 14 years, contradicts expected increase – cloudiness blamed for difference. A paper published in the Journal of Climate finds from 800,000 observations a significant decrease in longwave infrared radiation from increasing greenhouse gases over the 14 year period 1996-2010 in the US Great…