Sunday, September 22, 2013
An Error of Emission
The present-day interglaciation started in the late 17th century (approximately 1680). Human CO2 emissions, on the other hand - they didn't start on a massive scale until 1945 (followed, ironically, by a 30 year period of relative cooling and that iconic 1975 Newsweek cover). Something other than human activity OBVIOUSLY started the warming trend (at least as far as I know, Thomas Jefferson and Napoleon didn't drive Hummers), people. Maybe a little research money toward THAT?