Thursday, October 05, 2006

It's cosmic, Dave!

EnviroSpin Watch has a good post on a mainly overlooked report on research that casts yet more doubt on the theory that climate change is man-made. (Hat tip: An Englishman's Castle)

"The greenhouse effect must play some role. But those who are absolutely certain that the rise in temperatures is due solely to carbon dioxide have no scientific justification. It's pure guesswork." [Henrik Svensmark, Director of the Centre for Sun-Climate Research, Danish National Space Center, joint author of the new research, as quoted in The Copenhagen Post (October 4)]

Are you reading it George Monbiot? I doubt it. He and the rest of the neo-puritans aren't interested in anything that might spoil their fifteen minutes of fame. The fact that climate change has been happening every so often for billions of years before man arrived is lost on these people. Unfortunately, thanks to the never ending propaganda through the media and even in our schools, man-made climate change is presented as an incontrovertible truth rather than a somewhat dodgy theory with little scientific basis. And our glorious leaders like Call Me Dave swallow the propaganda as greedily as anyone

Sun spot cycles, Milankovitch Cycles and now cosmic rays. The evidence grows.

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