Moreover, these research results clearly demonstrate that once the solar, volcanic and oceanic activity, that is, natural factor, impacts on temperature data are accounted for, there is no “record setting” warming to be concerned about.In fact, there is no Natural Factor Adjusted Warming at all.The team of scientists, economists and climatologists are not in for profit but we truly care about our environment and its inhabitants.We apply the seemingly forgotten scientific method and utilize rigorous statistical analysis techniques to determine the validity of politically driven claims, frivolously accepted and used to justify policies that force those who can least afford it to ride the Green Express Train to Energy Poverty.This research failed to find that the steadily rising Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations have had a statistically significant impact on any of the 14 temperature data sets that were analyzed.The tropospheric and surface temperature data measurements that were analyzed were taken by many different entities using balloons, satellites, buoys and various land based techniques.However, the analysis process utilized is both more elegant and easier to understand.It demonstrates that Natural Factors involving solar, volcanic and oceanic activity fully explain the Earth’s tropospheric and surface temperatures. Skeptics have long argued that fluctuations in global temperatures are not primarily due to human-caused emissions of CO2 from using fossil fuels to improve their lives, and have generally attributed these fluctuations to changes in the sun, our source of heat and light.
These Climate Models invariably predict that higher CO2 levels will lead to higher temperatures.From a purely statistical analysis standpoint, the results were invariably excellent in both modeling exercises.The temperature data measurements that were analyzed were taken by many different entities using balloons, satellites, buoys and various land based techniques.Authors’ Comments on their Two Research Reports: On the Existence of a “Tropical Hot Spot” & The Validity of EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding, Abridged Research Report, August 2016, and On the Existence of a “Tropical Hot Spot” & The Validity of EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding, Abridged Research Report, April 2017, Second Edition On April 29, 2017, TWTW stated the following: “Revised Paper by Wallace, Christy, and D’Aleo: In his testimony, Christy discusses the simple statistical model used in the August paper by Wallace, Christy, and D’Aleo.
At the time of Christy’s testimony, the paper was undergoing revision and made stronger .
Needless to say, if regardless of data source, the structural analysis results are the same, the analysis findings should be considered highly credible.