Global Warming
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Started by joj - Sept. 11, 2018, 10:20 p.m.

I know this will set our moderator off.  Interesting graphic tool:

By metmike - Sept. 11, 2018, 11:41 p.m.
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Now we're talking joj! Thank you so much for picking my favorite subject. Am thinking of renaming

the forum...........ClimateChange forum (-:

I especially enjoy using objective, authentic empirical data to point out flaws on this particular topic!

So they know with 95% confidence that changes in the sun didn't contribute eh?


History of sunspot number observations showing the recent elevated activity.

 "The Modern Maximum[1] refers to the period of relatively high solar activity[2] which began with Solar Cycle 15 in 1914."

So, I believe that the sun "could have" been responsible for half of the mostly beneficial warming because it was more active during the 1900's as you can see above. I believe that the other half of the mostly beneficial warming could have been from the increase in the massively beneficial CO2. 

What caused the similar warming 1,000 years ago (Medieval Warm Period), 2,000 years ago, Roman Warm Period, and 3,000+ years ago(Minoan Warm Period)? Or the Holocene Climate Optimum's. I wonder if...........maybe it was the sun?

Funny, how they called all these natural warming events in the past, that were this warm or warmer "optimums".

Today, we have redefined the scale.  Climate optimum, using today's new political standard, was back when the colder climate caused frequent crop failures, more droughts/extreme weather,  while CO2 was dangerously low for life. 


Image result for graph of global temperature over 3,000 years roman warm period

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