Question 10. Future Projections. [Quorvita]

A. What are the IPCC Projections?

The IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) reported data projecting temperature and CO2 levels from now until the year 2200.  That data was plotted on a graph and a logarithmic curve was drawn through the data points, exhibiting an exceptional R square rating of 99.73%.  This establishes that the IPCC used only two variables in making their projections – temperature and CO2.

B. How do you Generate a Projection Formula?

A logarithmic curve through historical observation data points shows an R squared rating of 33%.  This proves that temperature and CO2 are not the only variables in play.  Excluded variables include: changes in the sun, moon and earth orbital factors, changes in the sun output, changes in albedo (reflectivity), changes in water vapor, changes in oceans and atmospheric circulation patterns and velocities, and changes in biological actions.  By not considering these variables, the IPCC projections are unreliable.

C. What is the effect of just the Fossil Fuel Component?

Fossil fuel emissions account for 1.5% of the CO2 in the atmosphere.  The IPCC projections did not include CO2 produced naturally (98%) and all water vapor (both greenhouse gases).  CO2 scrubbing was also ignored. Data shows that 98.48% of all CO2 going into the atmosphere is scrubbed out of the air each year by environmental factors such as rain, oceans, plant life, etc. Applying this scrubbing factor to fossil fuel emissions, as it is done with all naturally produced CO2, shows that the emissions have no measurable effect.


Although the IPCC did not disclose the equations to support their projections, the data allowed an equation to be reverse-engineered with a 99.73% accuracy.  Comparisons with historical observations show that the equation is not supported.  The IPCC scenarios, which eliminate fossil fuels, lack sufficient data and are inconsistent with observations.