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Mac-7

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Climate is global.
Wrong

Even with your misuse of the word climate in one part of the world will still be different in other places

And in the case of the Sahara it changed drastically with no help from humans in spite of one man’s opinion otherwise
 

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Wrong

Even with your misuse of the word climate in one part of the world will still be different in other places

And in the case of the Sahara it changed drastically with no help from humans in spite of one man’s opinion otherwise

That is the whole point.
When one refers to only one part of the world, that is not climate but just weather.
Weather is the nonuniform distribution of atmospheric energy and moisture.
Climate it the sum total of all atmospheric energy and moisture, in a uniform way.
Another way to look at it is that weather is the instantaneous snapshot of atmospheric conditions, while climate is the average of weather over time.
 

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Wrong

Even with your misuse of the word climate in one part of the world will still be different in other places

And in the case of the Sahara it changed drastically with no help from humans in spite of one man’s opinion otherwise

Obviously the Sahara change was weather and not climate, since it did not happen elsewhere on the planet at that same time.
And we know what caused it.
The ocean currents changed when African bumped into Europe/Asia, sealing the Mediterranean off from one end.
That changed the local weather.
That has nothing to do with climate.
Climate did not change during that time period at any faster than the 110,000 year long climate cycle we know is due to CO2 and plants.
 

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Wrong

Even with your misuse of the word climate in one part of the world will still be different in other places

And in the case of the Sahara it changed drastically with no help from humans in spite of one man’s opinion otherwise
The fact that weather changed in the Sahara desert thousands of years ago does refute our current AGW caused by humans.
 

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The fact that weather changed in the Sahara desert thousands of years ago does refute our current AGW caused by humans.
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Actually, it does. That's how real science works.

If you weren't a scientific illiterate you would understand that.
 

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The fact that weather changed in the Sahara desert thousands of years ago does refute our current AGW caused by humans.
But it sure puts up a red flag over the hysterical greenies
 

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