Saturday, October 31, 2009

One Letter Disproof of Global Warming Claims

K.I.S.S. - Keep It Simple Stupid. I like it. Instead of long, drawn and convoluted thought processes that lead us to a conclusion, I prefer the simple explanation. Once you start building your theory on many diverse assumptions - the more likely the theory is full of crap. Thus it is with "global warming." Oh, excuse me - that's "climate change" now that overall cooling has been observed.

Dr. Howard Hayden wrote a letter to the EPA recently. I've heard of him - he's into energy policy in a big way, and is unswayed by the rush to cut our own throats with restrictive and punitive energy policies that are based on ill defined science. The money quote from the letter:

It has been often said that the "science is settled" on the issue of CO2 and climate. Let me put this claim to rest with a simple one-letter proof that it is false.

The letter is s, the one that changes model into models. If the science were settled, there would be precisely one model, and it would be in agreement with measurements.

Alternatively, one may ask which one of the twenty-some models settled the science so that all the rest could be discarded along with the research funds that have kept those models alive.

We can take this further. Not a single climate model predicted the current cooling phase. If the science were settled, the model (singular) would have predicted it.

As "they" say, read the whole thing. Dr. Hayden writes in a clear, easy to understand, and devastating manner. Devastating if you believe Al Gore, that is, and are capable of logic rather than faith in a destructive earth centric religion. Dr. Hayden blows the "tipping point" argument right out as well.

But, it's difficult to argue against a religion whose backers stand to make a bunch of money. Carbon tax - here we come!

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