Inconvenient links

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on July 21, 2008

Here's a couple must-reads for those iinterested in the hoax that is anthropogenic global warming.

First is an article by David Evans, who for six years was the Australian government's Kyoto protocol compliance guy.

1. The greenhouse signature is missing. We have been looking and measuring for years, and cannot find it.


2. There is no evidence to support the idea that carbon emissions cause significant global warming. None. There is plenty of evidence that global warming has occurred, and theory suggests that carbon emissions should raise temperatures (though by how much is hotly disputed) but there are no observations by anyone that implicate carbon emissions as a significant cause of the recent global warming.

There's much more, and I encourage you to click the link and read the whole thing.

Second is this paper by Don J. Easterbrook of Western Washington University's Department of Geology posted over at Anthony Watts' site.

The punchline:

Addressing the Washington Policymakers in Seattle, WA, Dr. Don Easterbrook said that shifting of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) from its warm mode to its cool mode virtually assures global cooling for the next 25-30 years and means that the global warming of the past 30 years is over. The announcement by NASA that the (PDO) had shifted from its warm mode to its cool mode (Fig. 1) is right on schedule as predicted by past climate and PDO changes (Easterbrook, 2001, 2006, 2007) and is not an oddity superimposed upon and masking the predicted severe warming by the IPCC. This has significant implications for the future and indicates that the IPCC climate models were wrong in their prediction of global temperatures soaring 1°F per decade for the rest of the century.

Bundle up, it's gonna be chilly.

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