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Re:Sala de prensa
« Respuesta #1224 en: Lunes 09 Julio 2018 11:45:33 am »
"escépticonegacionista"

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Te faltó un guión en medio. Christy podemos considerarlo escéptico (duda del nivel de contribución humana al calentamiento), mientras que el Cato Institute y McKitrick se aproximan más al lado negacionista (no aceptan varios aspectos del CGA mostrados por la ciencia). Podemos ver el ideario anti-CGA y pro-carbono de McKitrick en las conclusiones de un documento suyo de 2003 colgado en su propia web (http://www.uoguelph.ca/~rmckitri/research/econ-persp.pdf). Seguro que a ti y a otros os parecerá estupendo y tal:

1. The “climate” is not subject to precise definition, and its mean state cannot be measured with
precision.
2. The equations of motion of the climate are unknown. The full range of natural variability is not
well-known and future climate states cannot be predicted.
3. By adding to the stock of atmospheric CO2 humans have an affect on the climate which may
involve a general warming, cooling or some combination of both, at the Earth’s surface, but it is
unpredictable.
4. The present state of the climate reflects primarily natural causes, and if infrared-absorption plays
a role it seems very minor.
5. Continued use of fossil fuels following any reasonable trajectory, by adding CO2 to the air, may
at most cause small and barely noticeable changes to the future climate.
6. These changes will be impossible to detect in any location, but on balance they will probably be
beneficial.
7. The optimal emissions of CO2 corresponds with the unconstrained level.
8. The Kyoto Protocol is a costly initiative that yields no environmental benefit.
9. There is no reason for Canada to comply with Kyoto, so Canadians should be left alone to do
their laundry in whatever water they find works best
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« Respuesta #1225 en: Martes 10 Julio 2018 13:00:05 pm »
North Atlantic Ocean Rapidly Cooling…Cool Down And Growing Arctic Sea Ice May Follow

Very recent scientific publications show that the North Atlantic heat content and surface temperatures have been cooling significantly, and so may lead to a rebound in Arctic sea ice in the region. Already Arctic sea ice has stabilized over the past 10 years and Greenland has shown a surprising ice mass gain.





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« Respuesta #1226 en: Viernes 10 Agosto 2018 10:52:24 am »
10 Failed Global Warming Predictions That You Need To Know About

Ever since the theory of global warming began being advanced by the left, there have been failed global warming predictions. Heck, you can look at Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth,” which was somehow a box office hit a little more than a decade ago, and see just how badly the predictions have failed.
We could (and others have) fill a book with the failed predictions of both scientists and politicians in regard to the climate over the past half-century. However, these are 10 of the biggest failed global warming predictions you need to know about.


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« Respuesta #1227 en: Martes 14 Agosto 2018 10:36:32 am »
Blow to warmists, the proposed ‘Anthropocene’ epoch has been denied by ICS

The global body tasked with naming geological eras, the International Commission on Stratigraphy, has rejected the proposed Anthropocene epoch,  the controversial ‘geological’ epoch in which mankind allegedly dominates natural processes. The international commission has now rejected the proposal and has instead split the Holocene Epoch into three different geological ages, all of which were primarily shaped by natural, not human factors.

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Albert Einstein