Skip to comments.Blacklisted Scientist Challenges Global Warming Orthodoxy
Posted on 08/13/2010 10:32:31 AM PDT by Danae
Hungarian atmospheric physicist Dr. Ferenc Miskolczi, says he has found and proven that the IPCC and their experts are wrong in their theory about how the greenhouse effect works. (snip) Working with a number of sets of temperature and humidity data from all over the world, Miskolczi has found that the greenhouse effect is a balance of energy dependent primarily on the sun. This is something reasonable people have recognized for some time but havent been able to prove without the same sort of heavy science and math the IPCC experts have been using. Those who disagree with the IPCCs conclusions have needed some form of proof to back their positions. Until now, those proofs have been too few in number to slow Anthropogenic Global Warmings (AGW) momentum backed with billions of dollars. Solid science which can be verified and recreated has been needed and Miskolczi claims that his research has finally provided just that. New mathematical equations seem to have put the players in this climate game into their proper places.
(Excerpt) Read more at aim.org ...
A good article:
A New Theory of Climate Change
by Larry Vardiman, Ph.D.
Man-made carbon dioxide is generally thought to produce global warming. However, in a recent article entitled "Does Carbon Dioxide Drive Global Warming?" I presented several major reasons why carbon dioxide is probably not the primary cause.1 But if carbon dioxide is not the cause, then what is? Evidence is accumulating that cosmic rays associated with fluctuations in the sun's electromagnetic field may be what drives global warming. A new theory called cosmoclimatology that proposes a natural mechanism for climate fluctuations has been developed by Henrik Svensmark,2 Head of the Center for Sun-Climate Research at the Danish National Space Center......
We're getting hit with "cosmic rays"???
I wanna be Mr. Fantastic!!
Who wants to be Torch, Thing and Invisible Girl?
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