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Global Warming stopped 16+ years ago

Source: Remote Sensing Systems global satellite lower troposphere temperatures.

The horizontal line is the best fit line through the data from August 1996 through April 2014; 17 years 9 months.

Friends of Science 11th Annual Luncheon with Dr. Ross McKitrick, May 13, 2014, Calgary, Alberta.

See the video of the presentation HERE.

Friends of Science sends letters to corporations targeted by Greenpeace. See our letter HERE. Greenpeace failed to note the 16+ year hiatus in global warming.

Global Sea Ice Area Anomaly

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Global sea ice area has been increasing for 3 years and is above the 1997 to 2008 average.

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Solar flare with Earth to scale"IPCC AR5 Section7.4.6 says, "Many studies have reported observations that link solar activity to particular aspects of the climate system." 
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The greenhouse effect has changed very little. Temperatures may increase by 0.3 C by 2100 in response to CO2 emissions.

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The Canadian Climate Model is the World's Worst - No match to observations!

See article HERE

Consensus on Global Warming? See our report: 97% Consensus? NO! Global Warming Math Myths & Social Proofs

Deconstruction the Consensus on Climate Change, table here.  Consensus that CO2 will have some effect is NOT consensus that CO2 is dangerous!

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Carbon Dioxide has nominal impact on temperature.

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"Australia Cancels Climate Change Carbon Tax to Lower Costs" Here

"Star Trek Themed Prezi Applies Vulcan Logic to the 97% Consensus" Here

"New Friends of Science Billboard Stirs Climate Change Controversy" Here

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Graph of New climate model projections and observations Here. Huge discrepancy!

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Carbon dioxide is plant food. CO2 emissions increase crop yields and the forest's productivity. There are no harmful effects.

Carbon dioxide is a wonderful by-product of fossil fuel use.Fos Graph Animation 

Do you need more time to study these graphs? See our Climate Science Essay for sources and discussion of these and other graphs here, see Climate Science here.

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SIX THINGS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE:

1.    The earth is cooling. Click here.
2.    The Sun causes climate change. Click here.
3.    Al Gore was wrong about CO2. Click here.
4.    Violent weather isn’t getting worse. Click here.
5.    It’s been hotter. Click here. 
6.    Climate computer models are proven wrong. Click here.

This debate matters!  The science matters.  

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