Posted June 14, 2019 12:16:15The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that global warming is not a “scientific fact” and that it is the responsibility of scientists to make “a judgment about whether there is a connection.”NCEI Director John Christy says that it’s “not in the science” to make that conclusion.
The agency’s own data show that temperatures are not increasing as quickly as scientists predicted.
Instead, there are a variety of ways that climate scientists have estimated that temperatures could change, with some indicating that they could rise as much as four degrees Fahrenheit.
In a statement, the agency says that its climate modeling shows that the rate of warming is slowing.
It says that since 1998, temperatures have not increased more than a half degree Fahrenheit, which is what would be expected under the best scenarios.NCEA’s climate modeling is conducted with a variety to different models, so there is still a lot of uncertainty in the models’ predictions of how much warming could occur.
It adds that climate models can also predict that temperatures will change as the oceans absorb more carbon dioxide.
It says the most reliable and reliable data available now is from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administrations (NOAA) climate model, which shows that warming over the past several decades has been more modest than some climate models had predicted.NICE says that climate changes are happening faster than expected and that climate change is not the result of manmade emissions.
The agency says its research has found that CO2 emissions are the most significant contributor to climate change, and that the climate is not changing as fast as predicted.