by Susanne Posel
James Taylor, editor of Environment & Climate News, has pointed out how alarmist James Cook published a paper claiming that 12,000 peer-reviewed studies were collected and it was determined that 97% of scientists were in accord that climate change is man-made.
The survey quote by Cook was misleading because it did not ask direct questions about global warming, but whether or not it was the opinion of those participants if humans caused climate change. Despite scientific data, subjective opinions are not empirical data and cannot be considered consensus.
Apologists will say that there is a degree of uncertainty when predicting climate change; however instances where alarmists simply mislead and falsify information is a completely different level of simply getting a prediction wrong.
New research into discovering the cause of global warming has uncovered that chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are to blame for greenhouse gases in the atmosphere since the 1970s.
Qing-Bin Lu, professor and co-author of the study explains: “Conventional thinking says that the emission of human-made non-CFC gases such as carbon dioxide has mainly contributed to global warming. But we have observed data going back to the Industrial Revolution that convincingly shows that conventional understanding is wrong. In fact, the data shows that CFCs conspiring with cosmic rays caused both the polar ozone hole and global warming.”
In a press release for a the study: “The conventional warming model of CO2, suggests the temperatures should have risen by 0.6°C over the same period, similar to the period of 1970-2002.”
Lu continues: “Most conventional theories expect that global temperatures will continue to increase as CO2 levels continue to rise, as they have done since 1850. What’s striking is that since 2002, global temperatures have actually declined – matching a decline in CFCs in the atmosphere. My calculations of CFC greenhouse effect show that there was global warming by about 0.6 °C from 1950 to 2002, but the earth has actually cooled since 2002. The cooling trend is set to continue for the next 50-70 years as the amount of CFCs in the atmosphere continues to decline.”
It was pointed out that the temperature of the planet has been steadily cooling since 2002 and this “cooling trend is sent to continue for the next 50-70 years as the amount of CFCs in the atmosphere continues to decline.”
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) explains that CFCs “are nontoxic, nonflammable chemicals containing atoms of carbon, chlorine, and fluorine” that are used to make “aerosol sprays, blowing agents for foams and packing materials, as solvents, and as refrigerants.”
Anthony Watt, alarmist blogger claims that “this may be nothing more than coincidental correlation. But to determine if his proposed cosmic-ray-driven electron-reaction mechanism is valid, I’d say it is a case of ‘further study is needed’, and worth funding.”
Climate scientists assert that since the study “run contrary to well-accepted understanding of the forces at work in the atmosphere” than it is wrong.
Based on Michael Mann’s hockey stick graph , the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) stated that “new evidence” that “the increase in temperature in the 20th century was likely to have been the largest of any century during the past 1,000 years.”
In reality, Mann’s graph was invented to coerce the public into buying the lie of man-made climate change. Mann intentionally manipulated scientific data to make global warming appear direr than it actually is.
New data published shows that rising temperatures between 1997 and August of 2012 have shown no discernible aggregation and demonstrate a “plateau” on global warming. Figures prior to that period were observed as stable or declining for the previous 4 decades.
The research shows a clear cooling trend while alarmists continue to claim that the planet is heating up and because of human activity and greenhouse gas emissions, there must be severe restrictions in industrialized nations before we cross “the tipping point”.
Last year, Harvard University published a study claiming that certain thunderstorms expel water vapor miles into the stratosphere, called convective injection, and that this phenomenon is causing the ozone layer to break apart.
The study was funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The US being an industrialized nation is a major polluter and therefore thinning the ozone layer over the North American continent, claim the researchers.
This destruction is the justification behind banning CFCs to reduce pollution.
James Anderson, professor of atmospheric chemistry at Harvard and lead researcher for the study decries that this new discovery directly links human activity to the destruction of our ozone which will quickly become a global issue.
However, going back several decades, Anderson has been supporting colleagues who say that CFCs are the reason for the destruction of the earth’s ozone layer. Now, this new study, which he was a part of, proves his long held theory and adds to the demonization of humanity in favor of saving the planet.
Mario Molina, was influential in having CFCs banned in the 1980s with the support of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the UN and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) because this data backed-up their agenda against human innovation by controlling industry using the dangers of climate change as justification.
In May, a study was released by scientists at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory which showed that pollutants added to the atmosphere by chemtrails is causing not only the toxins to rain down in thunderstorms, but also trap heat within the clouds which is causing a tremendous change in the planet’s natural weather patterns.