CARBON DIOXIDE IS NOT THE CAUSE OF GLOBAL WARMING
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GRAPH ON GLOBAL WARMING AND CARBON DIOXIDE

The graph above shows a comparison between the increase in atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (yellow line) and the changes in tropospheric temperatures since 1600 AD (blue line). The current warm period initiated at 1690 AD (blue arrow) and it has persisted until date. However, the increase in the concentration of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere begun to increase in 1876 AD (yellow arrow). The Industrial Era begun in 1850 AD. The evidence confirms that Carbon Dioxide is not the cause of global warming. It has never been the cause of global warming in other ages. Please, see the next graph on Solar Irradiance and Global Warming.

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GRAPH ON GLOBAL WARMING AND SOLAR IRRADIANCE

This graph shows an evaluation of the increase in Solar Irradiance (green line) and global warming since 1600 AD (blue line). The current warm period begun in 1690 AD (blue arrow) and it has continued until date. Coincidentally, the increase in the Solar Irradiance begun to increase in 1690 AD (green arrow). The Industrial Era begun in 1850 AD. The evidence confirms that the Solar Irradiance is closely related with global warming.

The carbon dioxide concentration started to increase in 1876, a date by far after the beginning of global warming. Evidently, the anthropogenic global warming idea merely is political propaganda, almost a religion, it is not science.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Drew T. Shindell et al. Solar Forcing of Regional Climate Change During the Maunder Minimum. Science, Vol. 294, Issue 5549, 2149-2152, 7 December 2001.

Lean, Judith. 2004. Solar Irradiance Reconstruction. IGBP PAGES/World Data Center for Paleoclimatology Data Contribution Series # 2004-035. NOAA/NGDC Paleoclimatology Program, Boulder CO, USA.

Khandekar, M. L., et al. The Global Warming Debate: A Review of the State of Science. Pure Applied Geophysics; 162 (2005).

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Author: Nasif Nahle. Date of publication: March 12, 2007. BIBLIOGRAPHY
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