Data from Ocean buoys and other temperature charts indicate the earth's temperature has stabilized or even declined in the last few years. Arctic ice is now expanding and the polar bears are saved. All this evidence against anthropogenic global warming is mounting while global CO2 levels rise rapidly. The most logical explanation is climate models predicting global warming from carbon emissions are wrong. This new study strongly indicates that fact.
From USA Today:
Could the best climate models -- the ones used to predict global warming -- all be wrong?
Maybe so, says a new study published online today in the journal Nature Geoscience. The report found that only about half of the warming that occurred during a natural climate change 55 million years ago can be explained by excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. What caused the remainder of the warming is a mystery.
"In a nutshell, theoretical models cannot explain what we observe in the geological record," says oceanographer Gerald Dickens, study co-author and professor of Earth Science at Rice University in Houston. "There appears to be something fundamentally wrong with the way temperature and carbon are linked in climate models."
Recently, NASA admitted solar activity was affecting global warming and a Danish study, released in January, indicated magnetic fields are affecting temperatures.