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2020 Dual-Forcing Natural Climate Model Forecasts 2030 0.26°C (0.47°F) Below 2000 with 99% Accuracy

Developed over twenty years, this natural climate model is the only model that correctly explains the climatic trends since 1850 and also predicts further climate changes. The first version was published in 2001 and forecasted a 30-year period of temperature

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Proof That CO2 Does Not Cause Warming

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USGCRP (GlobalChange.gov) uses this graph to prove that CO2 drives the warming. However, this study explains why the graph actually proves the opposite, which is that there is no correlation over the whole 1880-2000 period: As published by the GlobalChange.gov

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In 2013, a Climate Model Predicted the 2020 Cold Weather and Forecasted 2030 0.26°C (0.47°F) Below 2000

2013 Climate Model Predictions

Summary Based on an unpublished natural theory, its author predicted in 2001 that climate change is natural, and has a 60-year cycle. The cooling phase/temperature plateau started in 2000, and should last until 2030. (See below the first diagram) In

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The 2017 Dual-Forcing Natural Climate Model

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Climate Change Is Natural, Cyclic, and Correlates with Earthquakes This new version of the climate model is a PowerPoint update of the 2013 Sexagesimal Climate Model. View the video in YouTube: https://youtu.be/D5hjk37vu1Q Climate Model Key Points This new version is a

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The 2013 Sexagesimal Climate Model Shows Climate Change Is Natural

Sexagesimal Hypothesis, a 60-Year Dual-Pattern Climate Model

See the 2017 version: Dual-Forcing Natural Climate Model IMPORTANT NOTE: The explanation of the sexagesimal hypothesis is based on the temperature graph displayed on the Climatic Research Unit homepage when this post was published on March 10, 2013. On April 15,

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July 2001: Warmingearth.com Advances Temperature Theory, Suggests Kyoto Protocol Be ‘Put On Hold’

NOTE:  This Press Release was issued on July 23, 2001, and was based on global temperature data available at that time at the  U.S. National Climatic Data Center. Newer temperature statistics modify the temperature ranges of this sexagesimal model, but the sexagesimal

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