August 30, 2011

Hey Manmade Global Warming Cultists!

You're still gullible idiots.

That is all.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at August 30, 2011 08:15 AM

Interesting the lengths the greenies have gone to in an attempt to block this research and discredit the results. You'd think all these "scientists" had become corrupt and were out to make a buck or something.

Oh, wait....

Posted by: Mike's America at August 30, 2011 11:34 AM

Tens of billions of dollars (grants from the deep pockets of governments) have been wasted in futile efforts to prove that added CO2 caused Global Warming. An unpaid engineer with a desk-top computer and using simple engineering analysis has discovered what really determined the average global temperature history since 1895.

Part of the discovery is a simple equation, based on the physical phenomena involved, with inputs of sunspot number and other accepted measurements from government agencies, that calculates the average global temperatures (agt) since 1895 with 88.4% accuracy (87.9% if CO2 is assumed to have no influence). The equation, links to the source data, an eye-opening graph of the results and how they are derived are on the web. Google "climate change is dominated by natural phenomena"

Posted by: Dan Pangburn at August 30, 2011 03:19 PM

And yet I'm the anti-science type who's afraid of the Truth and who also doesn't believe in evolution.

My prediction on what will come of this?

Nothing. It's not the first thing to disprove their religion.

If they can still believe in global worming in the middle of a decade plus cooling period, what good will this do?

Posted by: Veeshir at August 30, 2011 10:23 PM

It will do nothing for the die hards. The will probably still blame global warming while freezing to death in the dark cold.

For others, this may be evidence.

For those with technological ability, this is a demonstration that human activity was not a significant cause of global warming (which ended about a decade ago). Google 'sunspot "time integral"' for more.

Posted by: Dan Pangburn at September 1, 2011 08:15 AM