• Water, however, can absorb 4, 000 times as much heat as air, for a given rise in temperature.

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  • The book explains how Earth will change for every degree rise in temperature - from droughts to mass extinctions.

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  • IPCC's report, which presents best estimates of the rise in temperature between 2000 and 2100 for several different emission scenarios.

    ECONOMIST: Temperature control

  • In fact, once the meat is removed from the heat it may continue to rise in temperature up another 10 percent.

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  • Now we know what we get purely from having the CO2 in the atmosphere, something like a 0.7 oF rise in temperature.

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  • IPCC's worst-case scenario, which is about a 7 degree Fahrenheit rise in temperature, shows a global sea level gain of 10 to 23 inches.

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  • Some climate change "sceptics" claim that this process, rather than the burning of fossil fuels, can explain much of the Earth's recent rise in temperature.

    BBC: Cloud simulator tests climate models

  • Stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations at 550 ppm -- which would invoke a rise in temperature of about three degrees Celsius -- would require energy emissions to rise no higher than 33 gigatons and would need to fall in the longer term.

    CNN: Report urges fuel revolution

  • Those characteristics can include a brief dip in air pressure, a change in wind direction, a change in wind speed, a rise in air temperature or a dip in ultraviolet light reaching the rover.

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  • Many legal policy experts, including the Washington Legal Foundation, have long insisted that the debate over the effects of carbon emissions on the rise in global temperature is strictly a political question that should not be decided in the courts.

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  • But the report warned that just a one-degree centigrade rise in average temperature would reduce this to 500 viable slopes, and that this was likely to happen between 2020-2025.

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  • And just to be sure of removing any whiff of sexual incorrectness, Miss Smith communicated with her boss only by email, using a program designed to crash at the least indication of a rise in body temperature at either end of the line.

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  • As it currently stands, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change has set a target of limiting the rise in global mean temperature to 2C (3.6F) above pre-industrial levels.

    BBC: Climate change evident across Europe, says report

  • The IPCC Panel's near-consensus was that human activity is having some discernible impact on climate, and that by 2100, a warming earth could result in more frequent storms and droughts, sea level rise of up to three feet, and up to six degrees F. in temperature rise.

    CNN: Selected Web sites on climate change

  • The rise and fall in both temperature and carbon dioxide, evident in Antarctic ice cores, was at first thought to be evidence of carbon dioxide driving climate change.

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  • Writing in the Journal Nature in April, researchers said pledges made at December's UN summit in Copenhagen are unlikely to keep the rise in the global mean temperature to 2C (3.6F) above pre-industrial levels.

    BBC: EU 'half way to 2020 emissions target'

  • The team suggests it is worth investigating whether the long-term AMO cycles, which are thought to last 65-70 years, may play a part in the temperature rise, fall and rise again seen during the 20th Century.

    BBC: Global warming 'confirmed' by independent study

  • Cover tightly with plastic wrap and let rise at room temperature until doubled in size, about 2 hours.

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  • Cover tightly with plastic wrap and let rise at room temperature until almost tripled in volume, about 2 hours.

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  • This ocean acidification theory is very convenient for global warming alarmists because it allows them to claim a major global warming-related crisis even when global temperatures fail to rapidly rise or rise in a manner that does not produce temperature-related crises.

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  • If the temperature in Hell fails to rise above 32 degrees Fahrenheit on any given day between Tuesday, Feb. 19 and Sunday, Feb. 24, then Hell has officially frozen over!

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  • Research has shown that the body's temperature tends to rise by a few degrees in the afternoon, warming the muscles and connective tissues and resulting in a slight improvement in your performance capabilities.

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  • Many low-lying nations have used the UN conference, which is currently under way in Doha, to call for a threshold temperature rise less than 2C, arguing that even a 2C rise will jeopardise their future.

    BBC: Carbon emissions are 'too high' to curb climate change

  • The top line message is that the increase in concentrations over the "noughties" has partially masked temperature rise - similar to the conclusion of the research released two weeks ago, but using a radically different line of inquiry.

    BBC: More sulphur trails from the stratosphere

  • Remarkably, global warming activists are spinning the ongoing rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, along with the ongoing lack of global temperature rise, as evidence that we are facing an even worse global warming crisis than they have been predicting.

    FORBES: As Carbon Dioxide Levels Continue To Rise, Global Temperatures Are Not Following Suit

  • But in Melbourne by the end of the week the temperature is going to rise again, getting well above average.

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  • In theory, therefore, the earth's temperature should be on the rise--with potentially disastrous consequences that could include inundated coastlines, drastically altered weather, severe disturbances to agriculture, and tropical diseases' pushing into new territory.

    CNN: Hot Air In Kyoto

  • His book addresses the argument in cost-benefit terms, and concludes that spending 1-2% of global output to avoid a significant temperature rise is a bargain worth taking a similar conclusion to that in his original 2006 study.

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  • However the paper concluded that, "in the absence of volcanic eruptions, global temperature is predicted to continue to rise, with each year from 2013 onwards having a 50 % chance of exceeding the current observed record".

    BBC: Climate model forecast is revised

  • If global temperature rises by about 1 degree Fahrenheit in the next century, scientists estimate the sea level will rise seven to 15 inches.

    NPR: In a Strategic Reversal, Dutch Embrace Floods

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