More and more people are starting to realize that the whole Global Warming craze is as meaningful and realistic as, hmm, Pet Rocks. It is a fad, and a really expensive one. Popular science is a dangerous thing, and, more often than not, it has no basis in fact.
David Deming, a geophysicist (among other lofty titles) states in his December 10, 2008 article in the Washington Post:
It is time to file this theory in the dustbin of history, next to Aristotelean physics, Neptunism, the geocentric universe, phlogiston, and a plethora of other incorrect scientific theories, all of which had vocal and dogmatic supporters who cited incontrovertible evidence.
Weather and climate change are natural processes beyond human control. To argue otherwise is to deny the factual evidence.
Hundreds of scientist are starting to wave the white flag of truth, hoping that the world will forgive them for their colossal deception in proclaiming an apocolyptic phenomenon that scared the living daylights out of the masses and cost governments, worldwide, billions of dollars. Personally, I have to wonder if the global economy would have been in better shape had everybody not been so busy passing laws against acts of nature that didn’t exist.
For more information on the belated, but welcome turnaround of scientists around the globe who are now condemning Global Warming, click here: UN Blowback: More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims