But you can’t refute the fact I presented, that they used a change in the temperature record to make an alarmist headline. The warming measured is still less than ‘estimated’, ergo proving them false.
But you are acknowledging they based their opinion on models of one small coastal area of Antarctica. It’s a stretch to project that to global tipping points.
You evaded my argument quite deftly. I didn’t say “there was no interaction”.
I said their feedback loops must not be that significant considering the ozone layer is recovering in spite of said loops, confirmed by NASA.