Friday, 14 November 2008

Quadrant says...


...When viewed in historical context, and assessed against empirical data, the greenhouse hypothesis fails. There is no evidence that late-twentieth-century rates of temperature increase were unusually rapid or reached an unnaturally high peak; no human-caused greenhouse signal has been measured or identified despite the expenditure since 1990 of many billions of dollars searching for it; and global temperature, which peaked within the current natural cycle in 1998, has been declining since 2002 despite continuing increases in carbon dioxide emission. Therefore, science reality in 2008 is that the IPCC’s hypothesis of dangerous, human-caused global warming has been repeatedly tested and failed..more here...

2 comments:

James Raider said...

Micky,

I like your blog. I also agree with your premise, and wrote on the subject some time ago, at http://pacificgatepost.blogspot.com/2008/03/global-warming-global-cooling-consensus.html , and at, ... http://pacificgatepost.blogspot.com/2008/03/argo-4900781s-letter-to-bickering.html,

All the best with continuing the "educational" process.

James Raider

Ayrdale said...

Thank you James. I pin my hopes on truth emerging eventually, and the ARGOS sea temperature monitoring, together with the CLOUD experiment at Cern in Switzerland, not to mention on going troposphere temperature measurements will show the light, as well as the heat. Thanks for your post.