Additionally, about 80 percent of the warming that has occurred can be attributed to water vapor compared to about 10 percent for carbon dioxide, said Archibald. The IPCC’s report, scheduled for release Friday, is expected to state with 95 percent certainty that greenhouse-gas emissions generated by humans are responsible for 20th century warming.
“The IPCC models have failed,” Archibald said, adding that meetings like the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark are “hilarious.”
Indeed they are. In fact, word has it that the newest IPCC report simply ignores the lack of warming the last 15 years. That’s one way to hide the decline, isn’t it?
Water vapor, you say? Well, that puts the following in a whole new light, then:
The car of the future is here today. Of course, you can’t buy one yet; but if you live in California you can lease one. It doesn’t use gasoline and it doesn’t pollute the air. In fact, it produces steam instead of exhaust. So what’s the mystery fuel? Hydrogen — the simplest and most abundant element in the universe. And some people think that in 20 to 30 years, we’ll all be driving these hydrogen-powered, fuel-efficient vehicles.
That’s right. The Gaea-saving “car of the future” burns hydrogen and emits…wait for it…water vapor. Which should make for a hot time in the old planet when we’re “all driving” these things.
Do these idiots have even the most remote clue of how insanely stupid they are?