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CO2 No Consensus on The Big Question

Climate change: temperatures to increase 6C by end of century - Telegraph

"The global trends we are on with CO2 emissions from fossil fuels suggest that we're heading towards 6C of global warming," said Professor Corinne Le Quere of the University of East Anglia, who led the study...Professor Le Quere said the situation could get worse as the world loses the ability to absorb greenhouse gases in natural "carbon sinks" like oceans and forests.
However an earlier study by Dr Wolfgang Knorr, from the University of Bristol, found no evidence the world is losing its ability to absorb carbon.
"Our apparently conflicting results demonstrate what doing real science is like and just how difficult it is to accurately quantify such data," he said.

So on which study do you bet trillions of dollars, millions of lives and civilisation as we know it?

Comments

We said (thanks to our models) that it would be more like 4º and were thought to be too "alarmist." Oh, well.

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