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Climate change – 113 nation IPCC report

March 23, 2007
Warming is now an “incontrovertible” fact and warming is “very likely” to be due to human activity says IPCC
clipped from christophergovanstreet.blogspot.com


Climate change predictions go from bad to worse – IPCC report

Warming is now an “incontrovertible” fact
warming is “very likely” to be due to human activity
the likely range of average temperature changes for a doubling of carbon dioxide concentrations – expected around the end of the century – at between 2 and 4.5 C
values substantially higher than 4.5 C cannot be excluded
warming will likely deliver an ice-free Arctic and a 30 per cent drop in rainfall in many subtropical regions
hurricanes will become more intense
The solar effect
IPCC scientists wanted to halve their previous estimate of the maximum possible solar influence on warming over the past 250 years, from 40 per cent to 20 per cent
Cosmic rays ionise the atmosphere, which could, the theory goes, create clouds. Thus, anything that reduces the amount of cosmic rays could diminish cloud cover and so warm the Earth’s surface. An increase in solar activity would do just that – by deflecting cosmic rays away from Earth
no evidence
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