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Sunday, 8 June 2014

To take part in panel discussion at Stavanger climate change event

I have agreed to take part in a panel discussion in Stavanger at some point in the second half of October which will be part of the event "§112: Naturrressurser og tidsperspektiver" [Natural resources and temporal perspectives]. This event with climate change as theme, which will include an artistic stage show, will take place at Tou Scene.

1 comment:

Dan Pangburn said...

Climate has always changed. The uptrend accompanying the Industrial Revolution began at the depths of the Little Ice Age (approximately 1700) and progressed fairly steadily through the 20th century. It became known as Global Warming (GW) during the comparatively steep rise in the last quarter of the 20th century.

GW ended before 2001. Measured average global temperature trend since 2001 has been flat and is 0.3 K less than 'consensus' predictions. That 0.3 K is 40% of the total rise in the 20th century. Since 2001, the CO2 level has increased by 30% of the total increase 1800-2001.

Two natural drivers have been identified that explain measured average global temperatures since before 1900 with 95% correlation. CO2 change is not one of them.

Search using key words AGW unveiled to discover the drivers and a graph of what they predict.