[ExI] A Nobel laureate and climate change
atymes at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 06:37:23 UTC 2011
> how can you measure the average temperature of the whole earth for a whole
It's only the Earth's surface, not the core. As to how: distribute a lot of
sensors over the Earth (including but not limited to IR cameras on a bunch
whose orbits allow them to collectively see the entire surface of the
Earth), and monitor
them for a year. Really, a trivial exercise in experiment design.
> the temperature has changed from ~288.0 to ~288.8 degree Kelvin in about
> 150 years
He says that is "the claim" - it's not. The claim is over a much shorter
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