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Why climate models of global warming are wrong (Steve Goreham) USofA
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Steve Goreham, Executive Director, Climate Science Coalition of America: It appears that the climate models have relied on a “flea wagging the dog” assumption. Forces driving Earth’s water cycle, which includes weather and the oceans, are many orders of magnitude more powerful than the ebb and flow of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere. The idea that the atmospheric level of CO{-2}, a trace gas, is controlling weather and the water cycle is improbable. The idea that mankind’s relatively tiny CO{-2} emissions impact the water cycle is preposterous.

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