Written by Marc Morano
November 20, 2008
Part TWO: ‘Planet Has Cooled Since Bush Took Office' - Scientists Continue Dissenting - Gore Admits 'I've failed badly' - Global Sea Ice GROWS! Global Warming Theory has ‘failed consistently and dramatically'
(also see Part One)
Washington DC - The bad news for global warming alarmists just keeps rolling in. Below is a very small sampling of very inconvenient developments for Gore, the United Nations, and the mainstream media. Peer-reviewed studies, analyses, and prominent scientists continue to speak out to refute climate fears. The majority of data presented below is from just the past few weeks. Also see: U.S. Senate Minority Report: "Over 400 Prominent Scientists (and rapidly growing) Disputed Man-Made Global Warming Claims in 2007" & ‘Consensus' On Man-Made Global Warming Collapses in 2008 - July 18, 2008 & An August 2007 report detailed how proponents of man-made global warming fears enjoy a monumental funding advantage over skeptical scientists. LINK
Excerpt: Dennis Prager, interviewed the author yesterday. You can listen to it here... It was good enough that I am going to listen again." Chris Horner discusses Red Hot Lies, the latest GISS data manipulation, and his interesting Enron experiences with the ever-sensible Glenn Beck.
Glenn Beck interviewed Chris Horner, author of Red Hot Lies, on his radio show today. They discuss Horner's book, James Hansen, cap and trade, and the scare tactics employed by alarmists toward anthropogenic global warming skeptics.
Excerpt: ‘Tis the season for global warming alarmism on NBC. It is "green" week after all. Just like last year, "Today" hosts have ironically traveled to the "Ends of the Earth," spewing carbon emissions all the way. (The network said it will "offset" the emissions.) This year, Ann Curry has been reporting from Tanzania, where she was attempting to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. [...] But what Curry didn't tell viewers was that "most scientists who study Kilimanjaro's glaciers have long been uneasy with the volcano's poster-child status," according to Seattle Times science reporter Sandi Doughton.
Excerpt: The approach is rather like that of a desperate dieter padlocking his pantry. If all goes according to plan, a climate-change bill will be passed next week that takes the power to set carbon-reduction goals away from politicians and enshrines them in law. A climate-change committee will recommend five-year carbon budgets for different parts of the economy, such as power generation, transport and manufacturing, with the ultimate goal of cutting emissions by 80% from their 1990 levels by the time 2050 rolls around. Modelled partly on the Bank of England's Monetary-Policy Committee, which was set up in 1997 to take interest-rate decisions out of the hands of ministers, the new Committee on Climate Change (now headed by Lord Turner, the head of Britain's financial regulator and before that the author of important pension reforms) will publish on December 1st the first three carbon budgets, covering the period until 2022.
By IPCC reviewer and climate researcher and scientist Dr. Vincent Gray, an expert reviewer on every single draft of the IPCC reports going back to 1990 and author of The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of "Climate Change 2001)
Excerpt: The absence of any scientific justification for the existence of a reliable average global surface temperature is just one of the many absurdities of the assumptions which are made by the basic theory of computer models which assumes that the energy of the earth can be regarded as in equilibrium, with a constant temperature, and sunshine (day and night), and "balanced" with energy coming in equalling that going out. Since there is no part of the earth where this "balance" exists, it could not possibly exist on average.
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