Skip to comments.Moore’s Law: CO2 Good; Climate Change Bunk; Greens Follow Religious Fundamentalism
Posted on 06/23/2014 11:33:53 AM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Climate change is a theory for which there is no scientific proof at all says the co-founder of Greenpeace. And the green movement has become a combination of extreme political ideology and religious fundamentalism rolled into one.
Patrick Moore, a Canadian environmentalist who helped found Greenpeace in the Seventies but subsequently left in protest at its increasingly extreme, anti-scientific, anti-capitalist stance, argues that the green position on climate change fails the most basic principles of the scientific method.
The certainty among many scientists that humans are the main cause of climate change, including global warming, is not based on the replication of observable events. It is based on just two things, the theoretical effect of human-caused greenhouse gas emissions, predominantly carbon dioxide, and the predictions of computer models using those theoretical calculations. There is no scientific proof at all.
Moore goes on to list some key facts about climate change which are ignored by true believers.
1. The concentration of CO2 in the global atmosphere is lower today, even including human emissions, than it has been during most of the existence of life on Earth.
2. The global climate has been much warmer than it is today during most of the existence of life on Earth. Today we are in an interglacial period of the Pleistocene Ice Age that began 2.5 million years ago and has not ended.
Dr. Patrick Moore will give a keynote address at ICCC9, and I will be on a panel. There is just one week left to register. Go here if you want to attend:
Is there a Pleistocene Ice Age Anti-Defamation League?
There ought to be..
Can’t wait ‘til EUrope and all its solar panels ice over again.
Yes, NOAA should change its name to NERO.
Which rhymes with Zero.
Both fiddle religiously..
Perhaps a UTube video will be made available on the upcoming
Heartland Institute Dr. Moore conference. I would download it, if it becomes available.
Thanks for the links.