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- A realistic CO2 stabilisation scenario
- Simple Model for rebalancing stable CO2 emissions
- Stabilising Climate
- Is the Supermoon responsible for record low Polar ice formation?
- Carbon Recycling
- Milankovitch Insolation study
- When is the next Ice Age due?
- Ocean Heat Content variability.
- CET temperature trends
- The forgotten Milankovitch effect – Tides
- Evidence of a tidal effect on the Polar Jet Stream
- A 3 year study of UK Power Generation
- Hadcrut4 Update for June 2016
- How many batteries does Energiewende need?
- The Atmosphere is getting heavier
- Climate Change spiralling out of control
- Land Temperature Anomalies.
- The Economic Impact of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
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The cornerstone of climate science must be the enhanced greenhouse effect caused by rising CO2 levels. Therefore understanding how CO2 may increase in the future is of fundamental importance, and you would assume that any Earth Systems Model(ESM) should as a minimum be able … Continue reading
In order to stop global warming all we really have to do is to stabilise CO2 emissions, not reduce them to zero! One of the ‘myths’ promoted by IPCC climate scientists is that we have to stop burning all fossil … Continue reading
UK temperatures essentially show no obvious warming for July over the last 365 years. There has however been a small warming effect in January since 1970, which may just be related to rapid population growth. The Central England Temperature (CET) measurements is the longest continuous … Continue reading