Scienctific Consensus Huh?

Interesting bit in this article on Global Warming (NOT!):

“We’ve had a Greenhouse Theory with no evidence to support it-except a moderate warming turned into a scare by computer models whose results have never been verified with real-world events,” said co-author Singer. “On the other hand, we have compelling evidence of a real-world climate cycle averaging 1470 years (plus or minus 500) running through the last million years of history. The climate cycle has above all been moderate, and the trees, bears, birds, and humans have quietly adapted.”

“Two thousand years of published human histories say that the warm periods were good for people,” says Avery. “It was the harsh, unstable Dark Ages and Little Ice Age that brought bigger storms, untimely frost, widespread famine and plagues of disease.” “There may have been a consensus of guesses among climate model-builders,” says Singer. “However, the models only reflect the warming, not its cause.” He noted that about 70 percent of the earth’s post-1850 warming came before 1940, and thus was probably not caused by human-emitted greenhouse gases. The net post-1940 warming totals only a tiny 0.2 degrees C.

Because, come on, Canada has got to be rooting for global warming to be real. Those people are freezing up there! It is do bad that 90% of their population is crowded within 100 miles of the United States just to keep warm from our urban heat islands.



  1. opit said

    Your point ? There was ice down to Florida at one time.

  2. wilsonfu said

    Humorous point? Because Global Warming is a Good Thing (TM). It is not like anyone is Florida wants to have the ice return. And Canadians probably would not mind less of it.

    Serious point? The whole Global Warming scare is just another leftist statist (watermelons this time) attempt to stifle the American way of life.

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