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Monckton bunkum Part 5 -- What, MORE errors, my lord?

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Uploaded on Jun 15, 2011

This will have to be the last video in the Monckton Bunkum series, because he's made so many mistakes in his presentations it will take at least three more videos to debunk them all, and I'm getting tired of having to correct him. So I've issued a challenge to Monckton fans in this video -- instead of finding things Monckton got wrong (which is easy), find something he actually managed to get right. It has to be something that contradicts the conclusion that CO2 is largely responsible for recent global warming. Now here's the scary part: You won't be able to simply repeat a Monckton claim and tell me it must be true, you have to check Monckton's source and verify it.

SOURCES:

0:18 "Apocalypse? No!" -- Monckton film, 2007
0:59 Myth of the cooling planets in my video "Climate Change -- Is the Earth Cooling?"
1:16 "Unusual activity of the Sun during recent decades compared to the last 11,000 years" -- S.K. Solanki et al, Nature Sep 2004
3:20 Cited by John Cook, http://www.skepticalscience.com/Do-50...
3:38 "What the sunspot record tells us about space climate" -- D. Hathaway and R. Wilson Solar Physics 2004
4:32 "Is climate sensitive to solar variability?" Nicola Scafetta and Bruce J. West Opinion piece at http://www.fel.duke.edu/~scafetta/pdf...

4:41 "Can solar variability explain global warming since 1970?"
-- S. K. Solanki and N. A. Krivova, Journal of Geophysical Research, May 2003

Solar Activity and the Mean Global Temperature
A.D. Erlykin et al, Physics Geo 2009

"Solar trends and global warming" -- R. Benestad and G. Schmidt, Journal of Geophysical Research July 2009

"How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006" J. Lean and D. Rind, Geophysical Research Letters, Sep 2008

"Recent changes in solar outputs and the global mean surface temperature. III. Analysis of contributions to global mean air surface temperature rise" -- M. Lockwood, June 2008

5:24 Slide 96 "Could it be Solar?" http://www.stthomas.edu/engineering/j...

5:49 "Meet the Climate Sceptics" BBC TV Feb 2011

7:10- 9:46 taken from posts in the forum of my Monckton Bunkum series of videos, and the videos themselves.

11:04 http://www.stthomas.edu/engineering/j...

11:06 http://www.youtube.com/user/greenman3610

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