Friday, August 12, 2011



The Myth of Global Warming. Things Everone should Know: ....Part 2.

Continuing, I still think man thinks too much of himself.

Professor Murry Salby is Chair of Climate Science at Macquarie University, who over the last two years he has been looking at C12 and C13 ratios and CO2 levels around the world, and has come to the conclusion that -"man-made emissions have only a small effect on global CO2 levels. It’s not just that man-made emissions don’t control the climate, they don’t even control global CO2 levels."

So, that proves another point in question- It’s not just that man-made emissions don’t control the climate, they don’t even control global CO2 levels.

Despite increasing evidence that "global warming" climate change is not the unified scientific theory it has been promoted to be, vested interests continue to push for stringent limits on carbon dioxide emissions. The forces at work behind the global warming regulatory theory have, at worst, covered up, ignored and manipulated climate evidence to make the case that humans cause global warming and therefore humans should be punished.

Retrieving our weather archives, let’s focus on a small sampling of some of the more notable extreme weather events during the years 1886 – 1894. to ponder upon:

-1886 was the most active hurricane season in US history. Seven hurricanes made landfall, including two major hurricanes.

-Terribly destructive storms also struck Europe that year.- On October 16th, A 'Great Hurricane" passed over England and Ireland, bringing the "heaviest rainstorms in living memory".On May 13th, a "terrble Hurricane" sweeps across Spain.

-Drought in England

28th June 1887.


-Intense heat in Europe

: 22nd August 1892.

So, according to the Climate Change theorists, can we assume that this GW and climate change is going on since the last 125 years ??

And coming to more recent extremes of the 1900's:

-Arctic Warmed 10 Degrees Between 1900 And 1947

-New paper finds Arctic sea ice strongly linked to varying storm activity: "Interannual changes of Arctic sea ice are related to varying storm activity

Fewer summer storms favor low sea ice at the end of the melt season

Storms impact the cloud cover and ice motion, and consequently sea ice melt."-James A. Screen et al

In particular, fewer cyclones over the central Arctic Ocean during the months of May, June, and July appear to favor a low sea ice area at the end of the melt season. Years with large losses of sea ice are characterized by abnormal cyclone distributions and tracks

And of-course our media.however responsible (or irresponsible) the media is, it plays a very prominent part in bringing to prominence any bogey or fact.

The media trying to blame last winter's cold on global warming reminds me of George Orwell's book 1984, where it was said to be desirable to have the ability to accept whatever "truth" the party puts out, no matter how absurd it may be.

Orwell described it as "...loyal willingness to say black is white when party discipline demands this.

It also means the ability to believe that black is white, and more, to know black is white, and forget that one has ever believed the contrary."

...to be continued

contributions from Climate Depot and co2 science.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I remember landing in Delhi sometime in 1999, from long stay in remote icy barren corner of erstwhile Soviet Union and my nose was overwhelmed by pungency of Delhi air filled with kerosene smelling, carbon spewing and dusty air.

Compare that after all these years with conversion to CNG, again controversial, but kind to air with reduced SPM.

I worry more about lateral and local effects of our consumption, practices, industrialization than grand theories of GW.

we need cleaner, efficient tech more for local issues than GLOBAL!!! We may be inching towards first world economy but still a third world poverty with worst infrastructure and polluted, garbage filled cities and villages. ..........potey

rajesh said...

Thanks Cmdr. Your views are very clear and precise.
We surely cannot distroy our forests and fauna.

Kaneyen said...

I was going along with my Director as his assistant [carrying his paper and other things]when he delivered a lecturer in MS university on Global Warming. Some important excerpts.
1. More than 78% of globe is covered by ocean. Carbon emission from land surface can NOT drastically alter the composition of atmosphere.
2.The warmth at [lower] mid tropical level may NOT be attributed only to carbon di oxide emission but associated with many other factors including frequent warm air advection, latent heat emission etc.
3.In yet another 50 years the consumption of petroleum products will be diminished and it will cut co2 level.
4. Climatological evidence has to be ascertained for global warming.