Sunday, 4 September 2016

DEBUNKED: Top 5 "Climate Change" Myths


Debunking the top 5 Climate Change myths and defining what it really means to be a "Climate science denier".



All of our scientific knowledge is based on real world observations and experiments. Real world observations disprove the hypothesis that the carbon content in the atmosphere is significantly impacting Global temperature. The Earth is not the hottest it has been in 2000 years. The Medieval Warm Period was hotter, as was the Roman Warm Period. In the last century there was a hot period during the 1930s and 40s, with wild temperature fluctuations, followed by a general cooling trend over the next thirty years. Currently, according to satellite readings, the Earth has not warmed for the last 17 years, and at the climate sensitive poles, we now have Sea Ice growing in the Arctic and a thickening of the Greenland Ice sheet. According to NASA, during recent retreat of Arctic Sea Ice the Antarctic was putting on more overall sea ice than had been lost.

It is important to note that the land temperature thermometer data has been 'cooked' - via the use of readings from hot urban areas and deletion of readings from colder rural areas. Past temperatures have also been revised downward to create a false gradient that shows continual and steady warming that matched the measured increase in Carbon Dioxide.

Although chemical and heavy metal pollution of our planet is disgusting, the real world data shows that our CO2 emissions are not impacting Global temperatures as much as we have been told. Natural cycles in the past had warmer temperatures.

And scientists have been wrong before - just consider the opposition to the small group of scientists that went against the wrongly held idea that 'stress causes ulcers'. A simple experiment showed that the cause was actually a bacteria that could be cured by a course of antibiotics (and they got a Nobel Prize for their work - where 'everyone else' was wrong).

For more information please examine the data provided by the Real Science website.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, September 4th, 2016.]

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