"The warming effect on Alabama of the extra GHGs is a problem as the temperatures of the recent decades (which should be responding to the warming influence of extra GHSs) have actually been cooler than earlier decades when this influence was essentially absent. A lesson here is that for small areas of the size of a state or two, the long-term natural variations are typically greater than that exerted by extra GHG’s.
So much for "global warming" – no wonder it has been changed to "climate change" ! Joking aside, the real point here is that the world has so many different climates affected by so many variables that many of them will be changing in totally different ways at the same time for a whole range of reasons. CO2 changes is just one small variable among many.
via climate science
January 13, 2023 at 02:14AM