walking to the shops worse than going by car
Professor Ian Clark, an expert in palaeoclimatology from the University of Ottawa, claims that warmer periods of the Earth's history came around 800
years before rises in carbon dioxide levels.
after the Second World War, there was a huge surge in carbon dioxide emissions, yet global temperatures fell for four decades after 1940.
The UN report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was published in February. At the time it was promoted as being backed by more than
2,000 of the world's leading scientists.
But Professor Paul Reiter, of the Pasteur Institute in Paris, said it was a "sham" given that this list included the names of scientists who
disagreed with its findings.
Professor Reiter, an expert in malaria, said his name was removed from an assessment only when he threatened legal action against the panel.
Gary Calder, a former editor of New Scientist, claims clouds and solar activity are the real reason behind climate change.
"It is ridiculous to see politicians arguing over whether they will allow the global temperature to rise by 2c or 3c." Philip Stott, emeritus
professor of biogeography at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London
Carbon Dioxide is essential to all life on earth (Carbon Monoxide is toxic)
CO2 enrichment in Australia
I'm afraid to make some real conclusions... cause of the propaganda:
*When there are both negative and positive factors before the audience, it makes it difficult to make judgement (Afghanistan)
*argumentation of interpretation (bioterror described as a result of Ben Laden and Iraq actions)
*show your own view of the enemy
*The more negative/positive detalization of an object the further/closer will be this object (negative news over Iraq, speech of Ben Laden)
*choose the most harmless asshole and start relating to him with seriousness, and he will look as the protagonist (THAT could be him - AL GORE )
*control the history, which is in terms WE -THEY, this will get to RIght - Wrong
[edit on 15-10-2007 by silencee]