There Is NO Man-Made Global Warming
Seems that what I have been thinking all along about this Global warming crap is coming to light! Seems many scientists are not jumping on this
obviously flawed bandwagon...
December 14, 2004
There is no scientific evidence to back claims of man-made global warming. Period. Anyone who tells you that scientific research shows warming
trends--be they teachers, newscasters, Congressmen, Senators, Vice Presidents or Presidents--is wrong. In fact, scientific research through U.S.
government satellite and balloon measurements shows that the temperature is actually cooling--very slightly--.037 degrees Celsius.
And this one tops the cake if you miss the old air conditioners that actually cool your car etc
Let's just take NASA, for example--the most trusted name in American science. A lot of NASA scientists have fallen into the money trap. Environmental
science has become the life-blood of the space program as the nation has lost interest in space travel. To keep the bucks coming, NASA has justified
launches through the excuse of earth-directed environmental research. And the budgets keep coming. At the same time, many of NASA's scientists have a
political agenda in great harmony with those who advocate global warming. And they're not above using their position to aid that agenda whenever
the chance is available.
This was never more clearly demonstrated than in 1992 when a team of three NASA scientists were monitoring conditions over North America to determine
if the ozone layer was in danger. Inconclusive data indicated that conditions might be right for ozone damage over North America--if certain things
True scientists are a careful lot. They study, they wait, and many times they test again before drawing conclusions. Not so, the green zealot. Of this
three-member NASA team, two could not be sure of what they had found and wanted to do more research. But one took the data and rushed to the
microphones with all of the drama of a Hollywood movie and announced in hushed tones that NASA had discovered an ozone hole over North America.
Then Senator Al Gore rushed to the floor of the Senate with the news, and drove a stampede to immediately ban Freon--five years before Congress had
intended--and without a suitable substitute. He then bullied President George H.W. Bush to sign the legislation by saying the ozone hole was over
Kennebunkport, Maine--Bush's favorite vacation spot.
Two months later NASA announced--on the back pages of the newspapers--that further research had shown there was no such damage. But it was too late.
The valuable comodity known as Freon was gone forever.
Kyoto is crap and just a method of hammering the American Economy imho
To meet such drastically-reduced energy standards will--in the short run--cost the United States over one million jobs. Some estimate it will cost
over seven million jobs in 14 years. If the treaty sends the economy into a tailspin, as many predict, it will cost even more jobs.
It will cost the average family $1,000 to $4,000 dollars per year in increased energy costs. The cost of food will skyrocket. It has been estimated
that in order for the United States to meet such a goal, our gross domestic product will be reduced by $200 billion--annually.
To force down energy use, the Federal government will have to enforce a massive energy tax that will drive up the cost of heating your home by as much
as 30 to 40 percent. In all likelihood there will be a tax on gasoline--as high as 60 cents per gallon. There will be consumption taxes and carbon
taxes. The Department of Energy has estimated that electricity prices could rise 86 percent--and gasoline prices 53 percent.
Are you willing to pay these costs based on flawed science? remember that Olives grew in Germany long before the Industrial revolution.
[edit on 16-12-2004 by edsinger]
[edit on 13-2-2005 by John bull 1]