Difference between revisions of "2000-01-18 Global Warming Is 300-Year-Old News"

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<let name=data index=Title>Global Warming Is 300-Year-Old News</let>
 
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<let name=data index=Text>by [[Arthur B. Robinson]] and [[Noah E. Robinson]] of the [[Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine]]
 
<let name=data index=Text>by [[Arthur B. Robinson]] and [[Noah E. Robinson]] of the [[Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine]]
 
<blockquote>Unfortunately for advocates of the Kyoto treaty, atmospheric temperatures over the same two decades have not risen. The climate model chosen to support the Kyoto plan -- a scheme to sharply reduce energy use -- predicts that atmospheric temperature should have risen by one degree to two degrees Fahrenheit over those 20 years. Yet satellites and weather balloons have shown no verifiable atmospheric temperature rise.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>Unfortunately for advocates of the Kyoto treaty, atmospheric temperatures over the same two decades have not risen. The climate model chosen to support the Kyoto plan -- a scheme to sharply reduce energy use -- predicts that atmospheric temperature should have risen by one degree to two degrees Fahrenheit over those 20 years. Yet satellites and weather balloons have shown no verifiable atmospheric temperature rise.</blockquote>
Isn't the Kyoto Protocol more about reducing carbon emissions than reducing energy usage? Claiming the latter smacks of a [[scare tactic]] to frighten people addicted to their current way of life, even if it doesn't actually threaten that addiction.</let>
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Isn't the [[Kyoto Protocol]] more about reducing carbon emissions than reducing energy usage? Claiming the latter smacks of a [[scare tactic]] to frighten people addicted to their current way of life, even if it doesn't actually threaten that addiction.</let>
 
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