Skip to comments.The Green Bubble is about to Burst
Posted on 11/05/2010 7:02:11 AM PDT by Gomer1066
There is a revolution coming that is likely to burst the green global warming bubble: the temperature trend used by the IPCC (the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) to support their conclusion about anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is likely to turn out to be fake. The situation will become clear once Virginia's attorney general, Kenneth Cuccinelli, obtains information now buried in e-mails at the University of Virginia. Or Hearings on Climategate by the U.S. Congress may uncover the "smoking gun" that demonstrates that the warming trend used by the IPCC does not really exist.
It has become increasingly clear that any observed warming during the past century is of natural origin and that the human contribution is insignificant. It is doubtful that any significant warming is attributable to greenhouse gases at all.
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The MSM will completely ignore this.
I’m hoping it’s their Hiroshima.
There you go using truth, facts and logic again. Don’t you realize that these are foreign concepts to these people?!?!?
Another pillar of the secular society about to fall.
(The scientific community as a source of objective truth.)
Is this idiot boondoggle ever going to end!!
That's worth saying again, so, THE MSM WILL COMPLETELY IGNORE THIS.
Hardly a person can be convinced that this will cost more money, and provide LESS power. People actually think that this throwback to the past is economical and the way to go. The power grid currently in place, must remain in place, and the same amount must be available, if I am not mistaken....smarter people than me can comment... If for instance, 500-Mw are needed, they must be available from Gas, Hydro, or coal sources, even if the turbine or solar can provide it. The reason, turbine and solar are not dependable, and to prevent huge surges, the "normal" type of power must be ready to come on and offline at a moments notice.
This is not unlike having two steering wheels in a car, and telling your teen that he is in total control. It feels to him that he is, but in reality, without you being there, he would crash.