Global Warming at records temp.

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Postby Righ » March 7th, 2008, 3:37 am

You get no respect Draw, I'm telling you, the scientific community is out to get you and ruin your reputation!
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Postby Ifni » March 7th, 2008, 3:56 am

Here is a little article I ran across while surfing the hardware sites I visit normally:
http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=10973

Basically - a hungarian working for NASA was looking at the basic equations that have been used for the past 80 years to predict climate changes and found that the differential equations were based on an assumption that the earths atmosphere was inifinitely thick..... so he went ahead and put bounds on it so that it more accurately reflects the size of the atmosphere. Tada, the results more accurately predict what we have seen, and further predict that although pollution does have a short term spike in temperature, that there is a limit to how much change will occur, as the rising CO2 results in /lower/concentrations of water vapor(ie more storms/precipitation, but less global warming).

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