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U.S.HOUSE OF REPS. TOLD MAGNITUDE OF CLIMATE CHANGE IS HIGHLY UNCERTAIN

Posted 16 April 2015

"Anthropogenic climate change is a theory in which the basic mechanism is well understood, but the potential magnitude is highly uncertain. We know that the climate changes naturally on decadal to century time scales, but we do not have explanations for as number of observed historical and paleo-climate variations, including the warming from 1910-1940, the mid-20th century  cooling and the 21st century hiatus in warming. Disagreement regarding climate change arises from our recognized uncertainty regarding natural climate variability".  An extract from a wide-ranging and scholarly submission on climate to the U.S. House of Representatives Science Committee by Dr Judith Curry, a climate scientist of 30 years standing, former Chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 16 April 2015 )
 
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