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Trevor asked in EnvironmentGlobal Warming · 9 years ago

Who are the expert climate change deniers and skeptics?

Frequently we are told, quite unequivocally, that the current global warming is caused by natural cycles. Obviously then, someone has identified which cycles are involved and determined how they’re affecting our climate.

That being so, can someone please tell me which cycles are involved and what the climatic effect is throughout the full course of the cycle. For example, what is the cycle called, what causes it, when will it revert to a cooling trend, how much more warming is still to come, when did it last happen; and please provide the numbers as well.

This is one of five questions I’m asking, please see my other questions.

Thanks in advance to all who answer.



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3 Answers

  • JimZ
    Lv 7
    9 years ago
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    Who are the expert alarmists?

    There are lots of "cycles" such as the three associated with Milankovitch Cycles, and there are solar cycles such as the famous 22 year cycle as well as others of longer duration. I contend that the various cycles and non-cyclical factors in climate are too complex to be fully understood by our present knowledge and technology. Alarmists,since they are attempting to use AGW to push an agenda, can't afford to honestly admit to those limitations in knowledge. Some are just so full of themselves, they can't admit to any limitation in knowledge and consider themselves experts in everything.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    The most famous, or perhaps infamous is a better word, are Tim Ball, Roy Spencer, Richard Lindzen, Patrick Michaes and Fred Singer.

  • Gre R
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    There are plenty of documents on the internet that answer your questions. Look them up. And I think we're actually in a cooling cycle now.

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