By Paul Homewood
According to climate “experts”, we need to limit global warming to 1.5C, measured from pre industrial times. We are told that we are already up to about 1.0C. But suppose we were to see another degree of warming, spread over the next century. Would we even notice it? I have plotted annual CET temperatures below, showing the year on year variation:
As you can see, year on year changes of a degree or more are pretty common.
We may have noticed a bit of a change in the weather, maybe a nice summer or cold winter. But we have simply got on with life, without a problem.
Can we honestly say that a degree spread over a century or more would even be noticed?
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