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A paper I wrote that briefly describes the history of why we used to believe that carbon
emissions caused global warming, and how we got to where we are now in the debate:


Ice Core Data Reverses — 2003

First crucial point, 2003. We've all seen Al Gore’s movie. It was the early, low
resolution ice core data first gathered from 1985 to 2000 that convinced the world that
CO2 was the culprit: CO2 levels and temperature rose and fell in lockstep over the last
half a million years, to the resolution of the old ice core data (data points over a
thousand years apart). We assumed that CO2 levels controlled the world’s

After further research, in 2000 – 2003 new high resolution ice core results (data points
only a few hundred years apart) allowed us to distinguish which came first—rising
temperature or rising CO2? We found that temperature changes preceded CO2
changes by an average of 800 years. So temperature rises caused the CO2 rises, and
not the other way around as previously assumed. The world should have started backpedalling
away from blaming carbon emissions in 2003...


The rest of this article can be found at this link: http://www.climatescience.org.nz/images/PDFs/devansco2.pdf

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