posted on Mar, 14 2017 @ 11:20 AM
a reply to: D8Tee
You know what's really funny about global warming and all of their awful models, we're actually seeing exactly what the science would expect. The
basic premise of CO2 as a greenhouse gas is established as being a logarithmic warmer. Yet, the models that these communities are trying to create
have it being a linear warmer, or worse, an exponential warmer.
Since the 50's we've seen an increase of about 33% in CO2 (from ~300 ppm to ~400ppm). During that time the temperature has increased by about 0.6C.
When we reach 500ppm, we can expect an increase of about 0.5C from current levels. When we reach 600ppm we can expect an increase of about 0.4C from
the 500 levels. If we were to pump CO2 linearly into the atmosphere, we would see an increase of ~1.5C in about a 150 year period.
BUT we wouldn't see another 1.5C increase for another 300 years after that (assuming a continuation of linear addition of CO2). For the life of me, I
can't figure out why some "scientists" seem to believe in feedback mechanisms that would accelerate warming, they haven't proven out.
14-3-2017 by Dfairlite because: (no reason given)