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What about the Antarctic land ice? How about Arctic sea ice?
Antarctic sea is is at its greatest extent and thickness 'since records began'
Earliest snow in America ever, huh? You sure? You know there is a difference between weather and climate, right? You know that the United States do not cover the entire planet, right?
Snow in America, the earliest its ever been, ice on the great lakes, early again.
Were there a lot of coastal cities at the time? How many humans were there?
a reply to: CranialSponge
I'm more prone to thinking that when half of the northern hemisphere is under 2 miles of ice once again when the next full blown ice age kicks in
Who knows... it could happen at any time at this point.
originally posted by: ANNED
My problem is i study palaeoclimatology out where i live and the Eemian period brings out a good point.
I see a lot of AGW BS that claims that warming would be a disaster.
But if you study the Eemian period you find that global warming is not that bad.
The Eemian was a period of the Green Sahara
Has anyone actualy collated data that shows to what extent man is accelerating the warming of the planet?
Volcanoes can spew more output in a day than humans would in a year..the Co2 emission theories are a farce, as any decent researcher should know!
Do the Earth’s volcanoes emit more CO2 than human activities? Research findings indicate that the answer to this frequently asked question is a clear and unequivocal, “No.” Human activities, responsible for a projected 35 billion metric tons (gigatons) of CO2 emissions in 2010 (Friedlingstein et al., 2010), release an amount of CO2 that dwarfs the annual CO2 emissions of all the world’s degassing subaerial and submarine volcanoes (Gerlach, 2011).
originally posted by: Dabrazzo
Has anyone actualy collated data that shows to what extent man is accelerating the warming of the planet? im just curious to know by what factor this is increasing. Im no scientist but that should be fairly rudimentary given the data we have?, maybe a nice graph or something?
originally posted by: Colbomoose
It doesn't meant the earth was warmer, it means that localised area was warmer.
Have you read the IPCC reports?
If you have, you'd stop clutching at straws. With the lowering of the temperature gradient between the tropics and the North,