His graphs of course show what I have said is the general consensus on past sea level.
this is really bizarre. If it's a troll, then it's pretty good I guess. But it's still a lot of effort.
No.They do not.
No, there is zero effort. A troll simply will post nothing something blatantly false , and imagine they said something important.LikeQuoteHis graphs of course show what I have said is the general consensus on past sea level.
An actual scientific observer, or anyone who looked this up in an encyclopedia would know sea level, especially recently, is a very much debated issue, with absolutely no consensus at all.
In regards to little ice ages, there are 9 other "little ice ages" since the last glacier period ended, that all show up in the geological record. As well as a period where sea levels were around 3 meters higher than they are now. ...These facts were all in evidence before the global warmers tried to change history.
The alarmist fuckhead imagines the ice core records, which clearly show temperature changes (based on isotope ratios of snow) did not in any way change sea levels for 6000 years. That there was not much change in either temps or sea levels, the idiot story they are trying to sell isn't scientific at all.
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There you go again, just making shit up.
< frothing at the mouth with unsupported accusations alleging that somewhere, someone is a fuckhead, saying some unspecified, uncited, unquoted fuckhead things about MWP and LIA >It's priceless.
If your argument is basically the same as Cephus's that the nature of chaotic models is unpredictability, then I understand that objection and can only respond that attractor basins are also a feature of nonlinear systems that tend towards equilibrium.
If you have some specific issue with climate science, say, a detail it relies on that is clearly false, then you could present it and I think I would understand.
The carbon dioxide hypothesis states that the Earth's climate is overwhelmingly driven by carbon dioxide alone and all other forcings are of secondary importance only.
Not to use an overly technical term here, but there's a neat paper in this week's Science that explains clearly why carbon dioxide (CO2) is the main agent behind changes in the Earth's climate--now and in the geologic past.