The IPCC “science” relies on ASSUMING a positive feedback relationship between global temperature and CO2.
There is, in fact, no valid evidence to support the assumption.
Therefore, their computer modelling exaggerates the influence of CO2.
In practice, it is shown to be invalid by the accepted computed average global temperature trend being far less than they predicted.
Fairly straightforward clear-thinking process, one would assume.
Here, we learn the scientific explanation of the relative processes.
Negative Feedback Prevents Harmful Temperatures from Carbon Dioxide
Guest essay by Bryce Johnson
The purpose of the article is to contribute to refuting the false alarm that has been generated worldwide about excess global warming caused by atmospheric carbon dioxide, primarily by mischaracterizing its inherently negative feedback.
Feedback is the effect that the result of a process has on itself. Positive feedback augments the result and negative feedback diminishes it. A negative feedback does not preclude an increase in the results of a process but it does limit the ultimate magnitude of the increase. Most feedbacks in nature are negative or soon become negative. Otherwise we would have been destroyed by nature some time ago. Positive feedbacks can cause runaway effects. Nature abhors a positive feedback.
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