Sun Causes Climate Change Shock

If Michael Crichton had lived to write a follow-up to State of Fear, the plotline might well have gone like this: at a top secret, state of the art laboratory in Switzerland, scientists finally discover the true cause of “global warming”. It’s the sun, stupid. More specifically – as the Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark has long postulated – it’s the result of cosmic rays which act as a seed for cloud formation. The scientists working on the project are naturally euphoric: this is a major breakthrough which will not only overturn decades of misguided conjecture on so-called Man Made Global Warming but will spare the global economy trillions of dollars which might otherwise have been squandered on utterly pointless efforts to reduce anthropogenic CO2 emissions. However, these scientists have failed to realise just how many…

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2 thoughts on “Sun Causes Climate Change Shock”

  1. I agree with the Dane…
    Only,… did some one forget to throw into the equation the three cubic miles of exhaust gases that all cities, over 5 million large, throw into the atmosphere every day… That much colloidal ‘Soot” must be a big part in the man-made entry…

  2. How do you reconcile your interpretation of the paper – that there is no man made global warming – with what the paper actually says – that the study is not complete enough to determine either way. That is why the group is so reluctant to enter the political debate. It isn’t because of “political correctness” but because they KNOW (better than you or the global warming deniers) that their study does not disprove the idea of man made global warming.

    In fact, not only does the actual paper itself say that the study needs to be repeated to look at the impact of all aerosols in the air (instead of just the 3 they looked at), and until that is done, nobody can say what the impact of humans is.

    From CERN’s own press breifing: “This result leaves open the possibility that cosmic rays could also influence climate. However, it is premature to conclude that cosmic rays have a significant influence on climate until the additional nucleating vapours have been identified, their ion enhancement measured, and the ultimate effects on clouds have been confirmed.”

    But I guess facts just get in the way of cherry picking to fit your own predetermined views. If you cared about actual facts then “No one would need to go to the trouble of bumping off those pesky scientists with their awkward, annoying facts and their proper actual research.”

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