Is 2013 the end of climate change?

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  • Is 2013 the end of climate change?


Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 16:36
One year does not a climate make.
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 17:15
The stake is being driven in it but its still fighting.
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 17:01
Laurence Solomon... you should know better. if climate is cyclic and naturally changing, it's still changing if AGW is real, it's still changing. Either way, it's changing, so he's out to lunch.
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 16:58
Wake up we already have enough excess emissions for AGW to extend beyond 2100 If we don't start making significant strides to reduce carbon pollution and switch to alternative power sources and alternative fuels it may well go beyond 2200
Answer #5 | 20/12 2013 16:57
Nope. They are still referring to this as one of the warmest years ever. The snow and record cold will just make them dig in deeper.
Answer #6 | 20/12 2013 17:22
Great article. I'm sure the alarmists will continue their fear mongering undaunted though. CAGW is non falsifiable and whichever way temperatures go they will say it is proof positive that AGW is real.
Answer #7 | 20/12 2013 17:43
"2013 marks the 17th year of no warming on the planet." Come-on Kano, you know better than that. Glacial melt has caused nearly 1/2 inch of sea level rise in the last 20 years, and is accelerating. The energy - the warming - in that ice melt alone is sufficient, if concentrated in the surface layer of the world's oceans, to cause the temperature of top 12 inches of the ocean to rise 3 degrees, ALL OVER THE WORLD. The idea that global warming has stopped is not silly. IT'S A LIE. And you're more than smart enough to know that.
Answer #8 | 21/12 2013 14:39
I thought you denialist claimed climate change didn't exist? Make up you minds
Answer #9 | 21/12 2013 07:32
No, the climate keeps changing. Just the last round of bandwagon jumping hysteria will continue to collide with the reality of normality.
Answer #10 | 20/12 2013 21:14
Kano, examine your question and you will soon realize that you are asking if Earth's climate will now become static throughout the rest of Earth's existence. Global cooling and global warming will still be the reality of this planet for a long time to come. Currently the planet is experiencing an anthropogenic form of global warming and it still persists now and will persist for decades to centuries to come, under the current conditions it is being subjected to it.
Answer #11 | 20/12 2013 20:04
Logarithmic = a very small change in slop with increasing carbon dioxide concentration. log 420 > log 410 > log 400 > log 390 > log 380 > log 370 > ... > log 280 > log 270

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