Thursday, June 20, 2013

America Magazine Pushes Junk Global Warming Science

Scientists believe that the last time concentrations were this high was during the Pliocene epoch, around 3 temperatures were 5-7 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than they currently are and sea levels were nearly 80 feet higher than they are today. Since that period, scientists believe that naturally changing ocean patterns may have contributed to the significant decrease of atmospheric CO2, and a subsequent decline in global temperatures. Whatever the cause of this CO2 reduction, atmospheric CO2 concentrations stabilized at around 280 parts per million around 10,000 years ago, and lasted until the dawn of the industrial revolution in the 1800s—the time when humanity began releasing unprecedented amounts of greenhouse gases as fossil fuels became the predominant form of energy.
million years ago, a time when the Earth’s average
Link (here) to full article at America Magazine written by  Daniel R. DiLeo and Daniel J. Misleh
For the real story on Global Warming go (here)
More on the fraudulent hockey stick model of climate change (here)
We are actually in a global cooling for the last 15 years (here)
The politics of "Global Warming" (here)

1 comment:

TonyD said...

I don't doubt the climate change science. At the same time, the climate has changed in the past, and will change in the future. We are focusing on the wrong problem.

Water is a problem. We have already polluted our water with too many chemicals -- and here in the United States water testing has been essentially unchanged for decades, even as more chemicals are routinely used by industry. We ignore the health consequences of those chemicals as we wait for "proof" of their harm. But proof should not be necessary. It should be sufficient that a society wants a water supply without chemicals -- even if those chemicals haven't been proven to cause harm.

We should be living in a much simpler society. A society with more basic food, water, and products. And a more simple economy. And a more just society. These are things desired by most people -- instead we have allowed the rich to control our world.