Wednesday, November 28, 2007

OK, There's Global Warming

See!! Even the Conservatives can admit that temps are going up (if only a tiny, little, incremental bit, and if only within previously-acknowledged parameters.)

But Conservatives who can read will NOT admit that it's all Our Fault.

We thus find ourselves in the situation that the entire theory of man-made global warming—with its repercussions in science, and its important consequences for politics and the global economy—is based on ice core studies that provided a false picture of the atmospheric CO2 levels.

Meanwhile, more than 90,000 direct measurements of CO2 in the atmosphere, carried out in America, Asia, and Europe between 1812 and 1961, with excellent chemical methods (accuracy better than 3%), were arbitrarily rejected. These measurements had been published in 175 technical papers. For the past three decades, these well-known direct CO2 measurements, recently compiled and analyzed by Ernst-Georg Beck (Beck 2006a, Beck 2006b, Beck 2007), were completely ignored by climatologists—and not because they were wrong. Indeed, these measurements were made by several Nobel Prize winners, using the techniques that are standard textbook procedures in chemistry, biochemistry, botany, hygiene, medicine, nutrition, and ecology.

The only reason for rejection was that these measurements did not fit the hypothesis of anthropo-genic climatic warming.

But hey! AlGore & Co. can make money on this (so can General Electric). So what's the problem?

HT: Random10

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