Global warming

I read with interest the editorial entitled "Time to Pick Sides" (OGJ, July 8, 2002, p. 19). I've long had the opinion that the global warming debate was suffering from a plethora of bias, input from complex models, possible neglect of important parameters like solar radiation, and political agendas. The debate appears to be short on useful science, for all the bright people working on it and writing about it.In the refining industry, folks like to look at the raw data before making up their mind. A couple of charts can go a long way in showing a connection between cause and effect. The only raw data I have seen on global warming is charts showing trends of average land temperatures i...

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