Author Topic: En annen type CO2 over Antarktis?  (Read 1038 times)

Ryddegutt

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En annen type CO2 over Antarktis?
« on: 28.06.2016, 23:15:44 »
Her er spådommene fra IPCC:



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Figure 1.10 | Comparison of observed and simulated change in continental surface temperatures on land (yellow panels), Arctic and Antarctic September sea ice extent (white panels), and upper ocean heat content in the major ocean basins (blue panels). Global average changes are also given. Anomalies are given relative to 1880–1919 for surface temperatures, to 1960–1980 for ocean heat content, and to 1979–1999 for sea ice. All time series are decadal averages, plotted at the centre of the decade. For temperature panels, observations are dashed lines if the spatial coverage of areas being examined is below 50%. For ocean heat content and sea ice panels, the solid lines are where the coverage of data is good and higher in quality, and the dashed lines are where the data coverage is only adequate, and, thus, uncertainty is larger (note that different lines indicate different data sets; for details, see WGI Figure SPM.6). Model results shown are Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) multi-model ensemble ranges, with shaded bands indicating the 5 to 95% confidence intervals. {WGI Figure SPM 6; for detail, see WGI Figure TS.12}

Iflg IPCC AR5 og deres modeller kjøpt med et ukjent antall milliarder fra skattebetalerne så skulle Antarktis altså varmes opp raskere enn gjennomsnittet av jorden pga CO2. CAGW klovnene har derfor klamret seg til brekalvingen som har foregått i Vest-Antarktis da dette er det eneste de kunne skrike ut om i håp om at ingen skulle legge merke til resten av Antarktis.

Denne brekalvingen begynte forøvrig lenge før CO2 kunne være en faktor.



Men nå ser det ut som CO2'en over Antarktis ikke virker likevel. Kanskje det er en type CO2 som ikke stammer fra de onde bilene?

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We also examine the relationship between the Southern Annular mode (SAM) and Antarctic temperature trends, in both models and reanalyses, and again conclude that there is little evidence of anthropogenic SAM-induced driving of the recent temperature trends. These results offer new, compelling evidence pointing to natural climate variability as a key contributor to the recent warming of West Antarctica and of the Peninsula.

http://notrickszone.com/2016/06/28/antarctica-expert-dr-eric-steig-evidence-antarctic-glacier-retreat-due-to-agw-is-weak/

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