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originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: Justoneman
I make my living as an Environmental Scientist
May I ask what an why an environmental scientist is trying to debunk climate change through astrophysics?
NOAA is not SOHO, and yes while the sun can affect electronic devices, solar flares won't warm the Earth on the scale that we have seen since the beginning of the industrial revolution, in fact the moon has a greater affect as at it's perigree can encourage tectonic shifts once every 17 years (Los Angleles Earthquake 1994- Japan Eartquake 2011)
The sun will get hotter and expand over Millions of years after the invention of the combustion engine, unless the sun has a proxy AKA mankind.
I swear man made climate change deniers will scrape at the bottom of the barrel to debase man made climate change despite the evidence from various ice and soil samples that a "environmental scientist" should have taken and researched.
So as an environmental scientist, can you give us first hand evidence of what's going on instead of leading us to links?
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Phage
I said there are other possible explanations beyond solar irradiance. And as far as short period of detailed observations, welcome to planet Earth.
originally posted by: 3danimator2014
I don't understand why you would believe these 20 papers but not the thousands that say that man is responsible. Selective belief on display. Typical.
originally posted by: conscientiousobserver
a reply to: UKTruth
You mean now that the oil companies are in charge again? The sun accounts for roughly 25% of our warming. The rest comes from a number of localized factors including air pollution.