I've been collecting articles over the last several months on the Earth's climate trends, and how that affects the CO2 theory of global warming. Most on the OBRL-News list will already know, I've openly come out against the CO2 theory of warming many years ago, lending my name to lists of professional climate-scientists in opposition to it.
Basically there hasn't been any global warming since around 1998, in spite of the hysterical claims and data-fudging within Big-Government-Funded climate scientism. Especially notable is the second round of "Climate-gate", the newly released, hacked email dump taken from the top dogs of mainstream global-warming hysteria, and exposed for public review. It shows: More lies. More censorship and covering up. More manipulations of data.
The trend of news reporting suggests, many more scientists are finding big problems and contradictions with the theory of CO2-driven global warming, even as the claims about it are fraudulently magnified with each passing year.
This is exactly how the atomic power industry and their cadres of supporters in mainstream physics behaved, and got away with for awhile, at least until the disasters of Three Mile Island and Chernobyl. Those disasters cut through all the sneering denials about "safety" which were being promoted (and still are in some Big-Government circles), as did Fukushima more recently. Perhaps what is needed is a "climate Fukushima"... where government leaders mock the idea of a cooling climate and so do not spend or plan sufficiently for massive snow-dumps and shorter growing seasons, which knock out power for months, paralyze traffic for weeks, with freezing of water supplys, higher fuel prices, and prolonged food shortages. Oh, yes, we already have seen a bit of that in the last years, if not just a few months ago. Wisdom suggests, to prepare for more of that, even if in small and economical ways.
Hopefully we will remain on the warm side. Even a full-scale duplication of the Medieval Warm Period is a whole lot better than a new Little Ice Age.
Without further comment, here they are:
James DeMeo, PhD
Much of Britain suffered the coldest summer for almost two decades, Met Office statistics show. 30 Aug. 2011
Overestimating Global Warming? Scientists Say New Map of Greenland Needs More Ice - 26 Sept. 2011
Did the melting Arctic ice shelf break up once before?
Researchers think one Canadian ice shelf broke up 1,400 years ago and then re-froze - 26 Oct. 2011
Update- Amarillo receives record breaking snow for Oct. 27 2011
Historic October Snowstorm Still Crushing New England - 30 Oct. 2011
Scientist who said climate change sceptics had been proved wrong accused of hiding truth by colleague - 30 Oct. 2011
Three million on the East Coast could be without power for DAYS after New York was hit by deadly October snow storm... and there's more on the way - 30 Oct.2011
Fresh round of hacked climate science emails leaked online
A file containing 5,000 emails has been made available in an apparent attempt to repeat the impact of 2009's similar release - 22 Nov. 2011
Climategate 2.0: New E-Mails Rock The Global Warming Debate - 23 Nov. 2011
Ice age analysis suggests global warming may be less severe than predicted - 24 Nov.2011
Scientists Behaving Badly
More nails for the coffin of man-made global warming - 28 Nov. 2011
Scientists in Revolt against Global Warming - 3 Dec. 2011