Study: Chinese CO2 emissions make Chinese daily temps spike 2-3-degrees F — Claim based on ClimatePlayStation (i.e., modeling)

AP: “People don’t notice changes in averages, but they feel it when the daily high is hotter or when it doesn’t cool off at night to let them recover from a sweltering day.”

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2 thoughts on “Study: Chinese CO2 emissions make Chinese daily temps spike 2-3-degrees F — Claim based on ClimatePlayStation (i.e., modeling)”

  1. So, CO2 is primarily local and China is 2 degrees hotter than the rest of the world. (And the US summer of 2012 would have been 2 degrees warmer if we hadn’t met our Kyoto goals that year?!) An admission AND explanation of urban heat island effect. In the name of ending unintentional sarcastic hilarity, stop the AP now.

  2. But CO2 is well-mixed and distributed around the atmosphere, so that our CO2 emissions are drowning penguins and polar bears alike. I thought. Did I miss a memo?

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