Global Warming, the real story

Hi Brit,

I’ve found a few bits and pieces of evidence that the Church of Climate Science rests on a hoax, but it’s difficult to tie them all together.  Fortunately, I found where someone else has had a go at that task, Statistics needed.  This is the first in a series of articles about Deniers of Global Warming, why the science put forth by the IPCC is wrong, what tactics are used within the scientific community to stifle any hint that the science of Climate Change is not settled, and points out some of the lies the UN has placed in the reports on the subject.  Links to the other 9 articles are included on that page.  Considering that this series contains enough evidence to seriously damage the Myth of Man-Made Global Warming, and we all know how angry people get when their religion is questioned, it would be best to read it soon, as I suspect the host will be brought under great pressure to remove it.

Oh, and I just found this, Researchers build lasers for NASA climate studies, which points out even more of the inadequacies in the current state of Climate Science.

 Oh, oh, and in case there is some question as to what other motives may be at work behind the scenes, 45 Countries Push for New Worldwide Environmental Body.

the Grit

12 Responses to “Global Warming, the real story”

  1. 06jk Says:

    Hey Grit. I checked out some of the articles, and I found them very interesting. Although they go to great lengths to disprove the global warming theory, I was still left feeling like there were gaps that they failed to close.

    This is a short article from the Washington Post about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s newest data/predictions on warming. An enormous number of scientists (hundreds, in fact) came to an agreement on these predictions.

    Anyway, I don’t want to preach, but I don’t see why taking some precautionary measures to decrease the amount of greenhouse gases in the environment is such a bad thing. It can’t hurt to be careful, at least until we are 100% either way. If we’re wrong, the consequences COULD be serious. (Look at it this way, very little was done on the study of Agent Orange before it was used wide-spread in Vietnam, and only now are we starting to see the serious ramifications of its use).

    And on a final note…”we all know how angry people get when their religion is questioned”… While that IS true, in this case, it would be more beneficial to not believe in global warming. Not believing in global warming is less costly. It lifts responsibility from our shoulders in that we don’t have to be so careful with the environment as we first thought. Big business can keep pumpin’ the CO2, and we can all live on worry-free.

    I look forward to reading more from you.

  2. britandgrit Says:

    Hi Jacqueline

    Sorry for interrupting on a post to the Grit, but one of my main arguments it that the measures can be achieved without additional costs, and this is one area where I disagree with the “global warming camp.”

    Thanks for your comment.

    the Brit

  3. britandgrit Says:

    Hi Jacqueline,

    Everyone needs to get preachy every now and then 😉 Of course, when I preach, it generally comes out as more of a rant.

    As to cutting CO2 output just to be safe, well, it might not be. Some of the articles listed above, make a good case that we are due for a cooling period, and that increased CO2 concentration in the atmosphere may be the only thing keeping us from another Little Ice Age. In other words, we don’t know enough to play it safe. I was just getting ready to add a new link to the post, which gives a clue as to the real reasons so many are in a rush for action.

    Read all you want, we’ll write more 🙂 [except during the Super Bowl, of course]

    Brit, you’re always welcome to jump in.

    the Grit

  4. kayinmaine Says:

    Of course, the right wing wackos of this country will go to great lengths to change well documented documents by hundreds/thousands of scientists to make themselves feel better. No one argues that the Earth goes through periods of warming and cooling, but what is happening is between:

    Automobile emissions
    Manufacturing emissions
    Launching of the space shuttles through the rings of atmosphere
    Satellites bouncing back light to the Earth’s surface
    Etc, Etc, Etc,

    IS SPEEDING UP THE PROCESS OF THE GLOBE WARMING…..TO THE POINT THAT POLAR BEARS ARE DROWNING (getting caught on pieces of ice and can’t get back and drown). If it’s a natural warming, stuff like this would not be happening.

    Of course, the only way right wingers feel comfortable in this world of ours is to change everything to make themselves feel comfortable. Control freaks. Especially the religious ones….whackos.

  5. kayinmaine Says:

    As long as there is no global warming during the Super Bowl you right wingers are all set! LOL See how you are? Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaazy.

  6. britandgrit Says:

    Hi k,

    Actually, Florida is having an unusually cold winter. Polar Bears are great swimmers. Most of the Global Warming seems to be due to an over abundance of politicians, incessantly spewing hot air.

    the Grit

  7. 06jk Says:

    Hm, I understand what you mean about the cycles of cooling and warming; however I would have to agree with kay and say that our emissions are speeding up the warming far more than they should. Yes, it is DEFINITELY true that without some greenhouse gases, earth could not be inhabited by humans; it’d be way too cold! Being “due for a cooling” is something I don’t know enough about to take a definite stance on, but I do know that the cycles of cooling and warming on earth take thousands (if not millions) of years. It’s not something that happens in a couple centuries.

    P.S. The polar bear comment made me chuckle

  8. britandgrit Says:

    Hi O

    According to some scientists, as I posted yesterday, there is evidence that man may not be contributing as much as has been thought.

    the Brit

  9. britandgrit Says:

    Hi Jacqueline,

    Well, as long as animals keep breathing, we’ll have CO2 in the air. CO2 is also released during the decay process. As to cycles, there, so I have read, several, and may be more that we don’t know about yet. For instance, there is an 11 year cycle of sun spot activity which changes the radiation output of the sun. This, obviously, affects our weather. There is also a cycle of higher – lower hurricane activity that has a 30 to 40 year period. So, we do have climate cycles that are very rapid.

    the Grit

  10. 06jk Says:

    Oh man, this could go on forever, Grit! I just found this on the Washington Post’s site, but I’ll leave this as my last comment for this strand. It’s been fun 🙂

  11. britandgrit Says:

    Hi Jacqueline,

    I’ve enjoyed your visits. Don’t be a stranger. We do write about things other than GW 😉

    the Grit

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