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Arctic stratospheric clouds unrelated to tropospheric temperature - Sunsettommy - 06-02-2012 07:16 AM
The Reference Frame
Radiative cooling (and warming) isn't a key effect: a piece of the man-made climate change "lore" is shaken
This particular paper which may have isolated a major mistake in the would-be mainstream "lore" of the climate science – and in all the climate models – hasn't gotten a sufficient amount of attention in the climate blogosphere. An article by The Hockey Schtick at the end of April and The Orange Punch yesterday are two exceptions.
RE: Arctic stratospheric clouds unrelated to tropospheric temperature - Derek - 06-03-2012 11:35 AM
The radiative obsession is beginning to die....
ABOUT BLOOMING TIME TOO.
So much else will collapse with Greenhouse, but collapse it will have to,
there is no greenhouse effect, and the truth IS beginning to, or rather will inevitably, inescapably, unstoppably out.
RE: Arctic stratospheric clouds unrelated to tropospheric temperature - Sunsettommy - 06-03-2012 11:43 AM
Even the AGW hypothesis itself is also dying out too because there is no large scale positive feedback in evidence.Thus there could be no wild warming trend anyway and with the looming winter cycle of the ice age ahead of us there would be little warming left anyway.