Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Global Warming - A Myth?

by Alan Caruba
The Demise of the Global Warming Hoax
September 02, 2007 01:50 PM EST

When did the global warming hoax die? Historians are likely to pinpoint 2007. It will take another decade to insure it cannot be revived, but the avalanche of scientific studies and the cumulative impact of scientists who have publicly joined those who debunked the lies on which it has been based will be noted as the tipping point.

It took some forty years to unmask the Piltdown Man hoax that began in 1912 alleging that the skull of an ancient ancestor of man had been found in England. Any number of British anthropologists unwittingly contributed to the hoax by confirming the authenticity of the skull until it was found that the jaw of an orangutan had been cunningly attached. The unmasking of “global warming” has taken less than half that time.

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Conservative Bloggers Comments:
While I have always said that there was much more studying to be done to determine if the concept of global warming was even valid, there appears to be more and more info that points to the idea that the alarmist are exactly that...alarmists. What is true is that we know VERY little about our impact on the overall environment. In the 70's the cry was "Global Cooling". What happened to that? Now it's global warming. Well, which is it? Most likely it's neither. How stupid will Al Gore look (OK he doesn't need much help there) when it turns out global warming is just so much bunk and we move on to the next fad for self-inflicted destruction.

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