Saturday, 2 October 2010

If you can't stand the heat, how will you feel about an Ice Age?

On Climate Spectator, Sophie Vorrath, in an article headed:

Drawing on inspiration

Sophie reviews a book of cartoons by Judy Horacek.

Sophie writes "How do you solve a problem like climate change?" Well, Sophie, Climate has been changing since the beginning of time. I think you are trying to say "How do you solve a problem like man-made global warming?" It's true that man's using of fossil fuels has contributed to increased atmospheric CO2. What is not so certain is whether increased CO2 causes runaway warming. There is not one peer-reviewed paper proving this, however, there are at least 800 peer-reviewed papers (eg Lindzen, Miskolczi etc) showing it not to be true.


As to Judy Horacek's reference to the "Last Glacier," many glaciers are now growing - See

The political body - the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has been exposed as fudging results and using non peer-reviewed Alarmist articles.

What we need is a Royal Commission into the supposed "Science" of man-made Global Warming to seek the truth. Write your Senators and youe local member calling for a Royal Commission

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