Saturday, March 6, 2010

The Global Warming Hoax

Yes, the modern day ubiquitous global warming alarmism is a hoax. This not opinion, it is fact. The idea that man can catastrophically alter the entire globes climate by adding a few parts per million of CO2 to the atmosphere is absurd on virtually all possible levels.

Before I begin, let me clear some things up:

I do not work for, nor do I get paid by, the fossil fuel industry. I am not a right winger in my politics, never have, never will be. I am not anti-science and I do not deny science. Now let's get going.

Global warming is real. So is global cooling. Anyone denying either is not aware of the basic nature of our climatic system. Our climate is a chaotic system, and the word chaotic is not just a descriptive term, but a scientific term.



On Wikipedia we find this entry:

Chaos theory is a field of study in mathematics, physics, and philosophy studying the behavior of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions. This sensitivity is popularly referred to as the butterfly effect. Small differences in initial conditions (such as those due to rounding errors in numerical computation) yield widely diverging outcomes for chaotic systems, rendering long-term prediction impossible in general.

Note the last sentence. Next time you read about computer models predicting climate more than a few years in the future, remember that fact.

Let's address the very beginnings of the Man-made Global Warming hoax.

In the beginning... well... around about the late 1800's anyways, there was a fellow named Svante Arrhenius, a Swedish scientist. Arrhenius is to this day quoted by climate alarmists to prove that the science is solid due mainly to the length of time that has passed since the theory was first proposed. In other words, they like to claim that we've know for over a hundred years that CO2 causes temperature changes. Theoretically. Supposedly.

This is Arrhenius' bio on Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svante_Arrhenius

If this bio is accurate, then we see that Arrhenius was:

1) Wrong about how much the temps would change from increases or decreases in CO2 in the atmosphere.

2) A controversial scientist from the get go, his dissertation did not impress too many academics.

3) He was politically involved in setting up the Nobel Institutes and prizes, and conspired to ensure that his friends got awards and his detractors did not. Sounds familiar?

4) He himself got a Nobel Prize from the organization he set up. Conflict of interest or what. The Nobel Prizes began as a corrupt self-serving process and continues that legacy to this day.

5) Then there is this: Svante Arrhenius was one of several leading Swedish scientists actively engaged in the process leading to the creation in 1922 of The State Institute for Racial Biology in Uppsala, Sweden, which had originally been proposed as a Nobel Institute. Arrhenius was a member of the institute's board, as he had been in The Swedish Society for Racial Hygiene (Eugenics), founded in 1909. Swedish racial biology was world-leading at this time, and the results formed the scientific basis for the Compulsory sterilization program in Sweden.

Yep. He fits right in with the likes of Al Gore, Raj Pachauri, the CRU, Penn State's Micheal Mann, GISS's James Hansen, etc. Doesn't he?

Apparently Svante Arrhenius set the tone for modern day global warming alarmists.

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