Tag Archives: H2O

Sherwood Forest

The paper: “Spread in model climate sensitivity traced to atmospheric convective mixing by Sherwood, Bony & Dufresne, Nature 2/1/14”  has generated a lot of media hype that global warming by 2100 will be > 4C. It  has also  recently been highlighted on realclimate. … Continue reading

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H2O decreasing while CO2 rises !

Dire predictions of global warming all  rely on positive feedback from  water vapor. The argument goes that as surface temperatures rise so  more water will evaporate from the oceans thereby amplifying temperatures because H2O itself is a strong GHG.  Climate models … Continue reading

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Water Vapor Decline Cools the Earth: NASA Satellite Data

Guest post by Ken Gregory P.Eng., Friends of Science.org Original article at http://www.friendsofscience.org/index.php?id=483 An analysis of NASA satellite data shows that water vapor, the most important greenhouse gas, has declined in the upper atmosphere causing a cooling effect that is … Continue reading

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