Here's how I form my opinions on global warmingGeorge’s Boards » Global Warming » 13 Posts
about 6 years ago from www.skepticalscience.com
Antarctic sea ice has growing over the last few decades but it certainly is not due to cooling - the Southern Ocean has shown warming over same period. Increasing southern sea ice...
Sea ice increasing in Antarctica is actually caused by global warming.
over 6 years ago from www.skepticalscience.com
Examines the science and arguments of global warming skepticism. Common objections like 'global warming is caused by the sun', 'temperature has changed naturally in the past' or 'other planets are warming too'...
Rebuttals to the most use climate change myths.
99 One-Liners Rebutting Denier Talking Points — With Links To The Full Climate Science | ThinkProgress
over 7 years ago from thinkprogress.org
Progressives should know the disinformers’ most commonly used arguments — and how to answer them crisply. Those arguments have been repeated so many times by the fossil-fuel-funded disinformation campaign that almost everyone has...
Need some one-liners to combat global warming nonsense? Check this out. Plus all of the topics are linked to skepticalscience.com for full backup.
over 8 years ago from www.350.org
350.org is an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis--the solutions that science and justice demand. Our mission is to inspire the...
This article provides readers with important statistics regarding the CO2 levels in the Earth's atmosphere. It also contains a list of reliable sources from which these statistics were derived.
almost 9 years ago from www.realclimate.org
RealClimate: Guest commentary from Geert Jan van Oldenborgh and Rein Haarsma, KNMI Sometimes it helps to take a step back from the everyday pressures of research (falling
Interesting to see a prediction of global warming from 1981. Actual observations have shown that the predictions underestimated warming by about 30%.
almost 9 years ago from earthobservatory.nasa.gov
Global warming is happening now, and scientists are confident that greenhouse gases are responsible. To understand what this means for humanity, it is necessary to understand what global warming is, how scientists...
Best quote: "When global warming has happened at various times in the past two million years, it has taken the planet about 5,000 years to warm 5 degrees. The predicted rate of warming for the next century is at least 20 times faster."