Global Warming or Global Cooling
O. R. Adams Jr. 2011
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Professor Don J.
We see that the graph is quite the opposite of what has been taking place in the years since the warming period from 1977 to 1998, as shown in the data in the article. The IPCC computer model prediction shows a continuous trend of increased global warming, when the trend is the opposite since 1998.
Let us look at the
A Fox News article,
January 11, 2010, reveals that Professor Mojib Latif, at the Leibniz Institute
of Germany's Kiel University, and an author of the IPCC report, has done an about face,
and predicted that we are in for a
30-year cooling period, that might be classified as a "mini ice age."
This now agrees with Professor Easterbrook insofar as Easterbrook's
declaration that global cooling is here, and his prediction for the following
thirty years. It is also corroboration for the following statement of Professor
Easterbrook in his article referred to above:
Global warming (i.e, the warming since 1977) is over. The minute increase of anthropogenic CO2 in the atmosphere (0.008%) was not the cause of the warming—it was a continuation of natural cycles that occurred over the past 500 years.
The Fox News article, referred to above, notes:
The U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSICD) agrees that the cold temperatures are unusual, and that the world's oceans may play a part in temperatures on land.
"Has ocean variability contributed to variations in surface temperature? Absolutely, no one's denying that," said Mark Serreze, senior research scientist with NSIDC. But the Center disagrees with Latif's conclusions, instead arguing that the cold snap is still another sign of global warming.
"We are indeed starting to see the effects of the rise in greenhouse gases," he said.
Many parts of the world have been suffering through record-setting snowfalls and arctic temperatures. The Midwest saw wind chills as low as 49 degrees below zero last week, while Europe saw snows so heavy that Eurostar train service and air were canceled across much of the continent. In Asia, Beijing was hit by its heaviest snowfall in 60 years.
The above article also shows the absurdity to which many of the "man-made" global warmers will go to cover up their errors, even arguing that "global cooling is a sign of global warming." No matter how contradictory the actual weather is to their forecasts based on their erroneous theories, they cannot bring themselves to admitting the truth. The facts are contrary to all of their predictions and computer models.
The liberal media, entertainers, and politicians join in
the man-made global warming absurdities. Global warmer Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.,
writing a column in The Los Angeles Times on Sept. 24, 2008, recalled, almost
bursting into written tears, sledding down a suburban D.C. hill as a child and
how there will never be that kind of snow again.
The goofy David Letterman joined in the chorus on
Gripped in a winter of snow and icy weather, December of 2010 was the coldest December for 100 years in Great Britain. Other scientists, and now even British Broadcasting Company (BBC) are coming on board with Professor Easterbrook's predictions on the thirty-year cooling period. They are also belatedly recognizing the effect of solar changes as well as ocean changes in climate change. Such things as man-made "greenhouse gasses" are insignificant when compared to the enormous forces of nature that affect our climate. Important and powerful forces of nature that affect the global climate are solar changes such as sunspots and changes in the sun, changes in the relative positions of the sun and the earth, and changes in the ocean and ocean currents.
In a January 8, 2011, story about ships and fishing vessels being unexpectedly trapped in arctic ice, the following further deceit is revealed about some of the "man-made global warming" proponents:
Let us begin with last week’s astonishing claim that, far from failing to predict the coldest November and December since records began, the Met Office had secretly warned the Cabinet Office in October that
Britain was facing an early and extremely cold winter. In what looked like a concerted effort at damage limitation, this was revealed by the BBC’s environmental correspondent, Roger Harrabin, a leading evangelist for man-made climate change. But the Met Office website – as reported by the blog Autonomous Mind – still contains a chart it published in October, predicting that UK temperatures between December and February would be up to 2C warmer than average. [Emphasis added.]
obviously knew the prediction for warm weather was wrong, the Met Office
(Meteorological Office –
Looking at all of these things together should have some meaning to a person with an open mind, and that is that we are not in any "dangerous period of man-made global warming" as the "global warmers" would have us believe, to further their agenda.
It is all consistent
with the article on this website, The
Make-Believe World of Global Warming.
This comprehensive article shows in detail the many fallacies in the propaganda
that has been fed the American people, and people around the world, about
"man-made global warming." Some of it was clearly fraudulent, and it
has all done great economic harm to the