Are You Ready For A 48 Degree Rise?

The Cult Of Climastrology is getting desperate in their prognostications of doom

From the link

Continuing to burn fossil fuels at the current rate could bring atmospheric carbon dioxide to its highest concentration in 50 million years, jumping from about 400 parts per million now to more than 900 parts per million by the end of this century, a study warns.

And if greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated beyond that point, the climate could reach a warming state that hasn’t been seen in the past 420 million years. (Snip)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has presented estimates of how much the Earth might warm under a business-as-usual trajectory over certain time periods. It suggests that by 2300, the Earth could warm by nearly 48 degrees Fahrenheit. But there are many factors that could affect temperature trends in the long-term that remain uncertain, Foster suggested, such as changes in terrestrial vegetation or the amount of carbon dioxide the ocean has room to absorb in the coming centuries.

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3 Responses to “Are You Ready For A 48 Degree Rise?”

  1. John Glanton says:

    Wow, that’s some amazing “science”. And what an embarrassment! Don’t the IPCC and the author know even a little bit about physics and gas? Don’t they know about the CO2 saturation point? Don’t they know that the best peer reviewed, sober science puts the climate sensitivity to CO2 at 0.45C? Don’t they know… anything?

  2. Jeffery says:

    Humans don’t have to worry about a 48F increase, since few will be alive.

    And it’s always been true that conservabloggers and conservacommenters know more about science than scientists who are all part of a commie plot to take over the universe.

    Glans, Maybe you can explain the CO2 saturation point for the dumb scientists.

    • Tdrowningpuppies says:

      Maybe you can explain the CO2 saturation point for the dumb scientists.

      Maybe you could look it up for yourself, little guy.
      It’s not that difficult.

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