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Did 1970s scientists predict global cooling?

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1 hour ago, tor said:

Ah didn't see that. Did you post details in the other thread (if so link?). After the grand cigar investment worked out I have decided that any investment which makes money based on obvious things like excise going up by X% every year I figure taking advantage of the electricity companies game play for the house in hornsby might be worth considering.

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However, Professor Mackey said the vast majority of people accepted the science around climate change, which was positive.

A study by Griffith University and Cardiff University found 6.5 per cent of Australians were strong climate change sceptics in 2010, while 74 per cent believed "the world's climate is changing".

About half of the respondents completely or very substantially trusted what scientists said about the environment.

Mean climate change concern levels were highest in Victoria and Western Australia and lowest in Queensland and New South Wales.

https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/environment/climate-change/one-in-five-australians-believe-global-warming-is-a-hoax-20170927-p4yw5d.html

 

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5 hours ago, zaph said:

 

 

typifies crowd psychology - the majority are wrong at extreme points.

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NASA engaging in blasphemy!

NASA satellite spots cause of unprecedented spike in atmospheric CO2

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...Although there's been some huge efforts to reduce the amount of CO2 produced through human activity, the amount of the gas pumped into the atmosphere has still increased by an average of 2 parts per million (about 4 gigatons of carbon) annually, in recent years. But 2015 and 2016 broke the trend with the largest spikes on record: up to 3 parts per million, amounting to 6.3 gigatons of carbon. Emissions from human activity stayed roughly the same in those years, so where was it all coming from?...

but just to make sure they remain Ok with the PC crowd..

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...These naturally-occurring processes may be seen by some as evidence against human-induced climate change, but they're snowballing symptoms of bigger anthropogenic causes. After all, increased carbon levels are believed to contribute to more frequent and severe El Nino events, which in turn can speed up these "natural" processes and exponentially alter the Earth's climate.

 

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