- If GHGs cause warming, why are GHG emissions up but temperatures down?
- Why have so many of the computer models over-estimated increased temperatures and rising sea-levels?
- If GHG emissions drop in countries with economies in collapse, does that increase the likelihood (it doesn't prove it) that cutting emissions will undermine our economy and make the current downturn worse?
- If none of the proposed remedies--including the Kyoto carbon caps--will slow warming significantly, why not spend the money elsewhere?
(Prior posts in the series here, here, here and here.)