The Continuing Demise of Global Warming Alarmism-Heinz Lycklama
To Parties Interested in Global Warming Truth,
My article on "An Independent Analysis of Global Warming" was first published in May 2009, with the last update on May 24, 2011.
My conclusion then was that human activity resulting in increased CO2 in the atmosphere does not explain changes in the earth's climate.
The conclusion was backed up by more than 125 technical references.
Over the last few years many more technical reports have been written on the topic of "Global Warming/Climate Change." More and more climate scientists have come to the conclusion that the earth's climate is not significantly impacted by the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. Some recent experiments have shown that the earth's temperature/climate changes are largely due to changes in solar activity. [Note this also explains why temperatures on Venus and Mars change at the same time and in the same direction as the average Earth temperature.]
Many of the climate scientists who dissent from the various reports put out by the UN IPCC are in fact scientists who previously supported the "findings" of the UN IPCC. One such dissenter is Professor Fritz Vahrenholt, an early German green energy investor.
His article in the UK Telegraph explains why:
Quoting from his article:
Remember, there are three climate parameters that go up at the same time: solar activity, CO2 and temperature. Modern climate is likely to be driven by both anthropogenic and natural processes, so CO2 will undoubtedly have contributed to the warming, but the question is just how much?
Yet the IPCC's computer models consider the solar-forcing as negligible, requiring an unknown amplifying mechanism to explain the observed temperature variations. A promising model is proposed by Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark but is still under research.
Whether this mechanism is understood or not, the IPCC's current climate models cannot explain the climate history of the past 10,000 years. But if these models fail so dramatically in the past, how can they help to predict the future?
Henrik Svensmark, the Danish physicist, explains his theory on how Global Warming is impacted by solar activity and cosmic rays based on measurements that he has taken here:
Svensmark's findings are being tested and largely confirmed by climate scientists at CERN. They are also studying the impact of clouds on climate change.
Svensmark's findings are also supported by Dr. Timothy Ball, the senior (and arguably the original) Canadian climate scientist:
Here are some more comments from eminent climate scientists who dissent from the UN IPCC reports. [ Note that even Bill Gates has been fooled.]
And in case you think that we are going into a period of climate change that is out of control, look at the history of climate change over the last 4500 years or so:
Think critically! Be skeptical of what you are being told by the UN IPCC and the main stream media. Check the facts for yourself.
As Professor Fritz Vahrenholt says:
The choice is no longer between global warming catastrophe and economic growth but between economic catastrophe and climate sense.
Thanks for your interest.