Monday, October 26, 2009

The Science Is In

An interesting scientific report sponsored by the Science and Public Policy Institute condemns the IPCC's contention that CO2 increase going to destroy the earth as we know it.
The paper by Professor Richard Lindzen of MIT has some interesting bullet points:
Lindzen’s paper on outgoing long-wave radiation shows the “global warming” scare is over. Thanks to recent peer reviewed papers that have not been mentioned in the mainstream news media, we now know that the effect of CO2 on
temperature is small, we know why it is small, and we know that it is having very little effect on the climate. Page 3.
The IPCC assumes CO2 concentration will reach 836 ppmv by 2100, but, for almost eight years, CO2 concentration has
headed straight for only 570 ppmv by 2100. This alone halves all of the IPCC’s temperature projections. Pages 5-6.
Since 1980 temperature has risen at only 2.5 °F (1.5 °C)/century, not the 7 F° (3.9 C°) the IPCC imagines. Pages 7-9.
Sea level rose just 8 inches in the 20th century and has been rising at just 1 ft/century since 1993. Sea level has scarcely risen
since 2006. Also, Pacific atolls are not being drowned by the sea, as some have suggested. Pages 10-12.
Arctic sea-ice extent is about the same as it has been at this time of year in the past decade. In the Antarctic, sea ice extent – on
a 30-year rising trend – reached a record high in 2007. Global sea ice extent shows little trend for 30 years. Pages 13-15.
Hurricane and tropical-cyclone activity is at its lowest since satellite measurement began. Page 16.
Solar activity has declined again, after a large sunspot earlier in the month. The Sun is still very quiet. Pages 17-18.

When you are told that the "Science Is In" and that if we don't drastically reduce the amount of CO2 we put in the atmosphere we will destroy life itself you have to ask yourself, who will profit and who will lose from all these very elaborate pay to play schemes that have been thrust upon us by the likes of Al Gore and his buddy Maurice Strong and the entire One World Government agenda of the U.N.

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