Friday, July 29, 2011
Rhetoric aside, the science now pouring in appears to further debunk the anthropogenic global warming theory. Here are four recent developments that damage the theory:
1. A biologist who claimed that polar bears were drowning because of melting ice has been suspended and is being investigated for scientific misconduct following his "veracity" in emotionalizing a debunked topic. Get ready for Polarbeargate.
2. Today, new NASA data blows a gaping hole in global warming alarmism: "NASA satellite data from the years 2000 through 2011 show the Earth's atmosphere is allowing far more heat to be released into space than alarmist computer models have predicted, reports a new study in the peer-reviewed science journal Remote Sensing."
3. CERN physicists conducted a cosmic ray climate experiment that is said to directly contradict the climate change debate in the political arena. Apparently, so much so that the scientists have been gagged from discussing their findings reportedly proving that cosmic (space-based) energy has a far greater effect on the climate than previously believed.
4. A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science found evidence that coal burning plants may actually be cooling the planet. The findings have been accepted to the point of suggesting using sulfur to combat global warming; "Sulfur's ability to cool things down has led some to suggest using it in a geo-engineering feat to cool the planet." If anything, this study proves that the science behind the anthropogenic global warming theory is unproven.
The stakes are incredibly high in the climate change debate, and global solutions are being offered to us by some less-than reputable leaders, including the international banking cartel. We should remain skeptical and continue to gather more evidence, or the proposed solutions for the climate might lead to other changes that we could live to regret.