....with a hat tip to Elmer of "Minnesotans for Global Warming" and Rob at SayAnything Blog. Evidently, new data out of NASA indicate that heat lost out of the atmosphere far exceeds that predicted by our current models. So if this holds, it would indicate that the horrendous damage suggested by the IPCC and others is, thankfully, an exaggeration.
Which suggests any number of other questions. For starters, the satellites measuring this kind of thing have been up for over a decade. Why did they wait until now to release the data? I am guessing that they do for the same reason they haven't been overly talkative about how their computer models aren't working too well versus real data.
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