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New Tree Ring Study Adds to Case Against Man-Made Warming

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A new analysis of 2,000 years of tree ring data has quickly made climate change deniers' list of greatest hits to the theory of manmade global warming.

The tree rings "prove [the] climate was WARMER in Roman and Medieval times than it is now," the British newspaper the Daily Mail reported last week, "and [the] world has been cooling for 2,000 years."

That and other articles suggest the current global warming trend is a mere blip when viewed in the context of natural temperature oscillations etched into tree rings over the past two millennia. The Star-Ledger, a New Jersey newspaper, mused that the findings lock in "one piece of an
extremely complex puzzle that has been oversimplified by the Al Gores of the world."

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http://www.livescience.com/21624-tree-rings-global-warming.html



Added: Jul-16-2012 Occurred On: Jul-16-2012
By: joe prole
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  • I questioned the maple tree in my front yard, he said your barking up the wrong tree.

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  • Whether it's man made or not, it's happening.

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  • joe...there was a reason why it was thought that stradavarious violins had such good resonance. It was thought the wood he used was taken after a certain period of climate change.

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  • so tabloid daily mail is your trusthworthy source?

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  • Park your car in your garage. Close the door. Start your car. Stay in the garage with the car for an hour. Come back and talk to us.

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  • No shit Sherlock!

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  • anyone interested in the ACTUAL state of dendroclimatology as it stands today, you could start here:

    http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2012/07/tree-rings-and-climate-some-recent-developments/

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  • Didn't you read the actual article? Here is another selection from the very same article..."Our study doesn't go against anthropogenic global warming in any way," said Robert Wilson, a paleoclimatologist at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and a co-author of the study, which appeared July 8 in the journal Nature Climate Change.

    I am getting sick and tired of idiots like this cherry picking the evidence.

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  • the poster is an idiot denier and not a skeptic. if he actually would have read the paper he would have seen that the study doesn't go against anthropogenic global warming in any way.

    another reason why man-made climate change deniers are just as ignorant and anti-science as the mentally ill creationists.

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  • You want man made warming?...sniff my shorts.

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