Unconventional Guide: Global Warming as Myth?
Are humans the main contributing factor causing Global Warming? Is the earth really warming? If so, is carbon dioxide the sole cause?
As evidenced by damage wrought by natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes, are humans really the apocalyptic threat we’re told or are we living on Mother Nature’s time?
Understanding the science and politics behind the environmental movement is more complex than declaring the debate settled and the consensus overwhelming.
Much to the chagrin of those who say humans cause Global Warming, there was what scientists called a Medieval Optimum Period-800–1,000 years ago-that had higher CO2 levels and higher temperatures than currently experienced. We should also consider that CO2 makes up for less than .04% of atmospheric gases and for the past 10 years, while CO2 levels have increased, temperatures have decreased. Did the climate models predict that result? And lastly, why have some overlooked the one variable that makes keeps the planet warm, the Sun?
The unconventional guide to Global Warming examines the above questions and more through a series of articles and resources. For those who doubt the conventional dogma and are open to a different view, read on.
- Environmental Effects of Increased Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide — Oregon Institute of Science
- Another Possible Climate Culprit: the Sun — William J. Broad, NY Times
- Tree Rings Show Earth was Warm 800 Years Ago — USA Today
- Solar Cycle Drives Ocean Temperatures, Study Says — USA Today
- Global-Warming Myth — Patrick J. Michaels, Cato Institute
- I was on the Global Warming Gravy Train — David Evans, Mises Institute
- Lead Author Admits Deleting Inconvenient Opinions from IPCC Report — Paul Joseph Watson
- Sun Causes Climate Change Shock — James Delingpole, UK Telegraph
- Arctic Sea Ice is Already Starting to Recover — David Rose, Daily Mail
Resources: The Anti “Man-Made” Global Warming Resource