I apologize in advance for my mockery. I don't usually mock people who disagree with me on various issues, but with Global Warming I can't help myself. Because it is so obvious to the person who looks at it with an open mind--we just don't know how much of an effect man is having on earth's climate.
Just because Exxon paid some scientists several
At any rate, the globe has not warmed since 1998, but very few scientists are talking about it. And the ones that do are revealing that they're freaked out about it.thousand dollars to do research on global warming, and because these scientists found that man has a very insignificant contribution to global warming, this does not prove that man is causing global warming. Yet many people somehow think it does.
If we want to consider that this logic is impeccable, then it's important to remember that Exxon paid a few people a few times, but the bulk of those scientists who are absolutely sure (give or take 100%) that man is causing nearly all of global warming are being paid a regular salary by the governments they work for, and most of these governments have already told their scientists what the correct answer will be.
The Globe is Not Warming... At any rate, the globe has not warmed since 1998, but very few scientists are talking about it. And the ones that do are revealing that they're freaked out about it.
The fact is that what has been happening to the world's climate in recent years, since global temperatures ceased to rise after 1998, was not predicted by any of those officially-sponsored models. The discrepancy between their predictions and observable data becomes more glaring with every month that passes.Some scientists are starting to spin it a certain way, however, but the fact of the matter is that earth has not been warming lately.
Researchers studying long-term changes in sea temperatures said they now expect a "lull" for up to a decade while natural variations in climate cancel out the increases caused by man-made greenhouse gas emissions.They're probably worried about a popular backlash against this junk science. Science reporter Andrew Revkin of the New York Times is worried about it.
The average temperature of the sea around Europe and North America is expected to cool slightly over the decade while the tropical Pacific remains unchanged.
This would mean that the 0.3°C global average temperature rise which has been predicted for the next decade by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change may not happen...
If the new forecast of a decade of cooler temperatures in North America and Europe pans out, it will pose a substantial challenge to climate campaigners, politicians, and citizens...Instead, they're talking about the "undisputed fact" that Arctic Ice is at an all time low in history.
"The long-term prognosis is not very optimistic," atmospheric scientist Jennifer Francis of Rutgers University said at a briefing Friday.Unfortunately for them, that "history" is less than 40 years old, but they don't tell you that either.
Last summer sea ice in the North shrank to a record low, a change many attribute to global warming.
Scientists began monitoring the extent of Arctic sea ice in the 1970s when satellite images became available.The Life Raft Scenario. This reminds me of the scenario we learned in grade school about the life raft. You have 10 people on a life raft, but you only have room and supplies enough for nine--so who do you kick off the raft? It's only a scenario, just like man-made global warming is a scenario, but far too many people are taking it seriously. And the end result is lots of the same--destruction of people to solve a problem that might be a problem.
This is why I mock these people. Because most of them are afraid to say, "We just don't know." If they do that, they fear that the people who hearts they have struck fear into will say, "The whole thing was a crock all along."
Gosh! We can't have that happen! That would be too honest. And there would be far more scientists out of work than just the handful that supposedly got paid by Exxon.