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La planète se réchauffe-t-elle toujours?

Ce que dit la science...

Empirical measurements of the Earth's heat content show the planet is still accumulating heat and global warming is still happening. Surface temperatures can show short term cooling when heat is exchanged between the atmosphere and the ocean, which has a much greater heat capacity than the air.

L'argument sceptique...

"Le réchauffement planétaire est terminé et une période de refroidissement a commencé.  Aucun modèle du climat n'a prévu un refroidissement de la Terre - bien au contraire.  Ceci implique que les prédictions climatiques ne sont pas fiables."   

 

"Global warming has stopped and a cooling is beginning. No climate model has predicted a cooling of the Earth – quite the contrary. And this means that the projections of future climate are unreliable." (source: Henrik Svensmark)

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Translation by cdion, . View original English version.



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