UK gov’t chief scientist: Enough atmospheric CO2 to guarantee extreme weather for the next 25 years

Sadly for alarmism, the Earth only re-radiates so much heat for greenhouse gases to absorb and the CO2 must compete for that. Yes, there is a surfeit of CO2 in the atmosphere, but it (and what’s added) will have little to no climatic effect.

Read more at the Daily Monitor (Kampala).

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