Tuesday, December 15, 2009

GLobal warming house of cards begins to collapse

Since the release of the climate change e-mails that lead to what is being called "Climategate" there has been a great deal of debate and discussion regarding what I believe is a complete scam. I have always thought that changes in climate are cyclical, and, that it is the height of human arrogance, to think we have drastically altered the weather of an entire planet . It appears to me that the case for global warming is a house of cards.

Well seems that house may be about to collapse. The video above gives some powerful evidence to contradict the so called science behind global warming. In addition consider this quote from http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8299079.stm ...

"For much of the 1980s and 1990s, it-the Pacific decadel oscillation- was in a positive cycle, that means warmer than average. And observations have revealed that global temperatures were warm too.
But in the last few years it has been losing its warmth and has recently started to cool down.
These cycles in the past have lasted for nearly 30 years."

It looks as though we may be entering a cycle similar to the last cooling cycle that happened from 1945 until 1977. consider also this report from "ICECAP" ...

"Edmonton’s weather boasted two dubious distinctions Sunday: it was colder here than anywhere else in North America and it marked the coldest Dec. 13 in the city’s history. Environment Canada recorded a frigid minus 46.1 C (-51F), or minus 58.4 C with the wind chill, at the Edmonton International Airport at 5 a.m., said meteorologist Pierre Lessard. The old record of minus 36.1 C was set last year. "

Wow! Fifty one degrees below zero!!! I know that is a part of the world that has extreme cold, but according to the article even the locals were taken aback by the record cold. In addition globally over the last few years record lows have been recorded in both the northern and southern hemisphere.

This is just the first installment of an extensive look into the topic of global climate change. But it looks right now that the Global warming house of cards is indeed beginning to collapse.

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