Originally posted by Eladar
ten years after 2005 Kilaminjaro would have no snow.
So one false prediction out of some correct predictions by people who rely on scientific methods and global warming must be one vast global conspiracy?
The local climate of Kilaminjaro doesn't represent the whole of the Earth's climate because, obviously, Kilaminjaro isn't the whole of the Earth's surface.
Using your same 'logic', a single example of a glacier melting and shrinking would prove global warming; obviously it doesn't.
The only way to see if there is global warming is to look at the GLOBAL climate, not a single local climate because, obviously, a single local climate may, and often does, change differently from that of the overall global climate.
The prediction that there will be an increase in the total heat energy in the whole of the biosphere (ocean, land surface and troposphere) will go up as a result of CO2 has been proven correct i.e. its already happened and has been measured thus the scientific evidence is obviously clearly in favor of global warming.