Revision as of 20:49, 9 October 2007 by Admin
The Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine has promoted a paper on global warming entitled "Environmental effects of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide", which has had a number of incarnations since 1999.
- Soon, W., Sallie L. Baliunas, Arthur B. Robinson, Zachary W. Robinson (1999), Climate Research, 13: 149–164
- In Figure 1, the dating of the Sargasso Sea record is 50 years out, because they misunderstand the use of 'BP' (Before Present) dates in paleo-records, which refers to before 1950 AD, not the present day.
- Humans exhaling CO2 do not contribute to accumulating GHGs.
- Why is the Sargasso Sea record the only one used in the paper, rather than any of the compilations?