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Bursting the Washington Bubble: The Outlook for 2013

Drik Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 12:42 PM
None of the models are able to take the effect of clouds into consideration. Also none of them are able to take the effect of fluctuation of solar radiation and its effect on the formation of clouds into effect. Over the last 140 years global surface temperatures have risen by about 0.8ºC, if you start measuring at the end of the Mini-Ice age of the end of the last millennium. So one might expect that things would still be getting a little warmer since then. No way to tell. But we do know that if we shut off the entire US economy, that it might drop global temperature by a tenth of a degree by 2050 and have no effect at all on worldwide CO2 levels.

Yes, it’s that time of year again.

It’s time to hold our nose and check the diaper that we have all come to know as Obamanomics.
While rightly this review should have been completed closer to the first of the year, there were too many events in the offing that were likely to impact the...