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Javier
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From HERE

Nick,

Since you demonstrate knowledge of IPCC reports, it is unclear to me why you are lying about this.

Exact quote:


Quote:How quickly will global climate change?
a If emissions follow a Business-as-Usual pattern
Under the IPCC Business-as-Usual (Scenario A) emissions of greenhouse gases, the average rate of increase of global mean temperature during the next century is estimated to be about 0 3°C per decade (with an uncertainty range of 0 2°C to 0 5°C) This will result in a likely increase in global mean temperature of about 1°C above the present value (about 2°C above that in the pre-industrial period) by 2025.

First Assessment Report. Working Group I. Policymakers Summary. Page XXII.

http://www.ipcc.ch/ipccreports/far/wg_I/..._I_spm.pdf
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