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Drought! Famine! Global…Cooling?

whess Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 5:42 PM
Era and in the present age have CO2 levels been lower than 400ppm. In the late Ordovician Era, CO2 levels averaged 4400ppm, yet that era had a deep and prolonged ice age. A graph showing temperature variation and CO2 variation from 600 million years ago to present shows no consistent or predictable increase in temperature with an increase in atmospheric CO2.
george33 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 8:04 PM
So where can I find this graph?
gsw Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 6:38 PM
The Ordovician was a Period not an Era. It is one of the six (or eight) Periods in the Paleozoic Era (Cambrian Period, Ordovician Period, and Silurian Period, Devonian Period, Carboniferous Period (Mississippi & Pennsylvanian in US) and Permian Period. Just a technical observation, not a criticism!

Climate experts from United Kingdom’s National Weather Service told the world that while is was not unusual for pauses in global warming that last for a decade to occur once every eighty years or so, there was no way that one could last for 15 years or more according to their climate model.

Oops. Their mistake, I guess.

Maybe that’s why when the United Kingdom’s National Weather Service updated their data and it showed that global warming has been paused for the last 16 years, they remained mum.

“The world stopped getting warmer almost 16 years ago, according to new...