What Do We Know About Climate Change?

February 14, 2011 · 25 comments

in green earth

To help support Climate Denial Crock of the Week Go to climatecrocks.com This video corrects the lack of sound in a previous upload, which was to correct a typo in the preceding upload. The information is identical. Whoever can spot the corrected typo gets a free Climate Crock DVD! Seriously! Ok, the first 20 or so, anyway. In the many responses I get to these videos, it appears that a number of people want to deny, or are not even aware, that there is a scientific foundation to the overwhelming consensus on climate change. In fact, the science is built on thousands of publications and many decades of observation. In this video we’ll go over some of the fundamental discoveries, the basic facts that we know beyond a doubt, about global warming. Of course, many people will never believe science, because they believe that anything that challenges their world view, is all part of a secret, global conspiracy. Increases in Longwave forcing inferred from Outward longwave www.nature.com Trends in Forcings www3.interscience.wiley.com Downward Longwave Radiation landshape.org Downward Longwave Radiation www.agu.org 29000 data sets, press release: www.giss.nasa.gov 29000 data sets pubs.giss.nasa.gov Global Energy Imbalance: pubs.giss.nasa.gov Isotopes: www.bgc-jena.mpg.de

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