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New research shows atmosphere losing heat quickly

US: Contrary to what was believed earlier, new NASA satellite research from years 2000 to 2011 has shown that the Earth’s atmosphere has allowed “far more heat to be released into space” than computer models had earlier predicted.
The science journal Remote Sensing, in a study conducted by Dr. Roy Spencer of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, has indicated that there will be “far less global warming in the coming decades than the United Nations computer models have predicted.”
This study supports prior research that suggested that “increases in atmosphere carbon dioxide actually trap far less heat than the alarmists have claimed since the early 1980s.”
NASA’s Terra Satellite found that “the atmosphere begins shedding heat into space long before United Nations and private computer models have predicted.”
There is “a huge discrepancy” between NASA’s data and various computer models as to just how much heat is released over the oceans, which cover 70 percent of the planet.
The new NASA Terra Satellite data is consistent with long-term NOAA studies that have indicated that atmospheric humidity and cirrus clouds formations “are not increasing to the extent that the alarmist’s computers have predicted.”
In short, the central premise of the man-made global warming theory is that carbon dioxide emissions should be directly or indirectly trapping an ever increasing amount of heat in the Earth’s atmosphere. This heat is prevented for the most part from being able to escape up into space. At least, that’s what the global warmist alarmists say.
Source: CDA Press