Thursday, November 13, 2008

Putting the Global Warming Myth On Ice

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Global warming hysterics have been screaming for years about the nightmare world that awaits us anywhere from ten to one hundred years from now if we don't start controlling carbon dioxide emissions asap.

Interestingly, it seems there's a definite shift in sentiment away from the enviroloons to some more rational thinking:

It has plagued scientists and politicians for decades, but scientists now say global warming is not the problem.

We are actually heading for the next Ice Age, they claim.

British and Canadian experts warned the big freeze could bury the east of Britain in 6,000ft of ice.

...And what's more, the experts blame the global change on falling - rather than climbing - levels of greenhouse gases.

Lead author Thomas Crowley from the University of Edinburgh and Canadian colleague William Hyde say that currently vilified greenhouse gases – such as carbon dioxide – could actually be the key to averting the chill.
These guys are not some scrubs just throwing numbers out there in attempts to scare people and cash in (paging Al Gore), no, they are respected members of the scientific community who have been studying the data and have drawn the above conclusions. You know, actually looking at it realistically and scientifically.

No wonder they changed it from "global warming" to "climate change", now they can say this coming ice age is man made and caused by "climate change" as well and start cashing in on the other side. Yet, it sure will be fun to see Al Gore trying to make his case when half of Great Britain is taking dog sleds to work and trying to plant crops in ice.

Exit question: Does this mean Newsweek will have to apologize for believing the global warming hype after apologizing for their global cooling piece from the 1970's?

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