U.S. Temperature Update for April, 2012: +1.28 deg. C
(Dr. Roy Spencer, drroyspencer.com, 5/1/12)
“The April, 2012 U.S. [emphasis added] temperature anomaly remained above average (+1.28 deg. C), but down considerably from the very warm March anomaly (+3.62 deg. C). That very unusual March warmth was traced to record strong southerly flow, which (as I discussed here
) is difficult to blame on ‘global warming’ because it must be matched by an equal amount of anomalously strong northerly flow elsewhere.”
Tropospheric Humidity and CO2-Induced Global Warming
(Paltridge, G., Non-Governmental International Panel on Climate Change, 5/9/12)
Paltridge et al. conclude that “negative trends in [specific humidity] as found in the NCEP (National Centers for Environmental Prediction) data would imply that long-term water vapor feedback is negative—that it would reduce rather than amplify the response of the climate system to external forcing such as that from increasing atmospheric CO2.”
Resisting the Green Dragon
More and more churches and other groups are using Cornwall Alliance’s groundbreaking 13-part video series around the country. With its printable discussion guide, it provides full curriculum for a Sunday school quarter. The accompanying book helps teachers and others dig deeper.
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