Friday, December 21, 2007

Global Warming "Consensus" Debunked by U.S. Senate Report

read the full U.S. Senate report here

The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works has released a startling study debunking the "consensus" doctrine that has gripped the global warming religion.

Hundreds of accredited scientists, many of whom were part of the U.N.'s IPCC report on global warming last year, have now officially become deniers of man-made global warming and are urging the governments of the world to spend their time and money on other more important issues.

Here's a few excerpts:

Dr. Nathan Paldor, Professor of Dynamical Meteorology and Physical Oceanography at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem: "First, temperature changes, as well as rates of temperature changes (both increase and decrease) of magnitudes similar to that reported by IPCC to have occurred since the Industrial revolution (about 0.8C in 150 years or even 0.4C in the last 35 years) have occurred in Earth's climatic history. There's nothing special about the recent rise!" Paldor told EPW on December 4, 2007. "Second, our ability to make realizable (or even sensible) future forecasts are greatly exaggerated relied upon by the IPCC."

Physicist Dr. Gerhard Gerlich, of the Institute of Mathematical Physics at the Technical University Carolo-Wilhelmina in Braunschweig in Germany, and Dr. Ralf D. Tscheuschner: "The horror visions of a risen sea level, melting pole caps and developing deserts in North America and in Europe are fictitious consequences of fictitious physical mechanisms as they cannot be seen even in the climate model computations. The emergence of hurricanes and tornados cannot be predicted by climate models, because all of these deviations are ruled out. The main strategy of modern CO2-greenhouse gas defenders seems to hide themselves behind more and more pseudo explanations, which are not part of the academic education or even of the physics training."

Dr. Boris Winterhalter, retired Senior Marine Researcher of the Geological Survey of Finland and former professor of marine geology at University of Helsinki: "To state that sea level rises or falls due to global change is completely out of proportion. There are far too many factors affecting this planet from the inside and the outside to warrant the idea that man is capable of influencing these natural processes..."

The U.S. Senate report is very lengthy and has links to all the research papers done by the 400+ scientists who have declared the man-made global warming crisis a myth, pure fiction, and falsification.

The global warming bubble is going to pop soon; let's hope it does before the liberals do serious damage to our economy, our country, and our way of life.


Anonymous said...

There is an error in the quotation.
There correct statement is:
"The horror visions of a risen sea level, melting pole caps and developing deserts in North America and in Europe are fictitious consequences of fictitious physical mechanisms, ..."

Burt Noyes said...

Thanks for stopping by and noticing the misquote.

The U.S. Senate report did indeed have a misquote, but we have corrected it on this website to match the original paper written by Dr. Gerlich and Dr.. Tscheuschner.

One of the most important quotes from their paper on greenhouse gases is from page two of their report:

The atmospheric greenhouse effect, an idea that authors trace back to the traditional
works of Fourier 1824, Tyndall 1861 and Arrhenius 1896 and is still supported in global
climatology essentially describes a fictitious mechanism in which a planetary atmosphere
acts as a heat pump driven by an environment that is radiatively interacting with but
radiatively equilibrated to the atmospheric system. According to the second law of
thermodynamics such a planetary machine can never exist.

Thanks for the correction...

slclemens said...

Thanks for this good post. One more important point: some critics are charging that simply because many of the 400 scientists cited here are actually economists, or technically aren't "scientists," they therefore aren't experts on climate science.

That's ridiculous.

Many of us in the energy industry have sought these experts out and have paid them handsomely for their research. I can promise you that you get what you pay for. And we have paid them quite well. These 400 scientists are of the very highest calibre of expert in climate science--even if they didn't officially study "science" in school.