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FM7 wrote:The correlation to solar activity seems much more relevant than man-made CO2.
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Over the last 30 years of global warming, the sun has shown a slight cooling trend. Sun and climate are going in opposite directions. This has led a number of scientists independently concluding that the sun cannot be the cause of recent global warming.
One of the most common and persistent climate myths is that the sun is the cause. This argument is made by cherry picking the data - showing past periods when sun and climate move together but ignoring the last few decades when the two diverge.
http://www.skepticalscience.com/global-warming-scientific-consensus-intermediate.htm wrote:That humans are causing global warming is the position of the Academies of Science from 19 countries plus many scientific organizations that study climate science. More specifically, around 95% of active climate researchers actively publishing climate papers endorse the consensus position.
FM7 wrote:Al - since you are not brainwashed, when you see conflicting scientific information, how do YOU decide which is correct? Do you check who the author is before you decide? Or do you go with the majority?
Common Sense Al wrote:
How do you decide?
FM7 wrote:I still think the world is flat since that was the consensus back in the day.
FM7 wrote:Why does this graph differ from yours?
The measured solar activity is well-correlated with the observed temperature variations, but does not follow the recent upturn in temperature as the originally published plot indicated.
While it appears that the measured solar cycle length tracks the temperature better than the CO2 concentration for the twentieth century up to 1970, this presented data remains quite controversial. When you look at the climate models that seek to show the human influence past 1970, you do see a good correlation of the temperature with the projected CO2 influence included, while the correlation with solar cycle length weakens.
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