Sun 4 Mar 2007
Global warming presents a great threat to our civilization. Not because temperatures are going to go up, oceans will rise and overwhelm us, and the world will become a scorched cinder, but because global warming alarmists would prefer to bankrupt western civilization trying to combat this non-existent threat rather than admit that their outdated environmental priniciples are in need of revision.
To counter-balance the omnipresent media bias in favor of the alarmists, here are some links to information showing that much of the ‘real’ science shows that global warming is not the impending crisis of doom many would have you believe.
Some facts to ponder:
Carbon Dioxide is NOT a pollutant!
Carbon Dioxide is only 0.034% of the atmosphere!
Humans only contribute 3.2% of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere!
My blog entries on this topic can be accessed here. As new information becomes available, it is entered as a blog entry, so check back often.
Here are some articles to get you started:
A must read article, based on science, not hysteria.
A quick introduction to some of the ‘commonly accepted facts’ about global warming and why they are wrong.
An interesting analysis that shows humans only contribute 0.28% of the greenhouse gas total in the atmosphere. What effect would the economically devastating cuts on this output proposed by global warming alarmists actually have on the climate?
The Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change take on the principal culprit of global warming, carbon dioxide levels.
The National Center for Policy Analysis discusses a natural cycle that explains much of the current climate data.
Paleoclimatologist Bob Carter suggests that global warming may have stopped in 1998. He also points out that the connection between temperature increases and greenhouse emissions is very weak when considering historical temperature data.
A collection of links and articles relating to the ever-increasing hype over global warming.
US Senator and Environment & Public Works Chairman James Inhofe posts some interesting material on climate change.
Essential guide to the science behind climate change.
A critique of Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth”, with input from Canadian climate scientists.
The people at JunkScience.com take a look at the greenhouse effect.
A paper discussing the effects of increased carbon dioxide. Apparently, the science shows us that increased carbon dioxide levels has no deleterious effects on climate and is beneficial to plant life.
Dr. Tim Ball, a climatology professor at the University of Winnipeg gives his opinion on global warming.
A Canadian organization whose inaugural campaign attempts to make some sense of the global warming ‘crisis’.
Scientists trying to get the Canadian government to see the facts on the global warming issue. This site is also an excellent source of references.
The NCPA weighs in on the issue — a general link to NCPA documents on the global warming subject.
Scientific information on the effects of increased carbon dioxide on the environment.
A look at the increasingly ridiculous notion that you can buy your way to carbon neutrality and that this is somehow a good idea.
The National Post runs a series on scientists who have different views on global warming than the ‘consensus’ opinion.
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