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Drought! Famine! Global…Cooling?

Rightwheel Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 4:17 PM
Why is 500,000 years a good baseline, as opposed to say 100,000,000 years? How do we know whether a rising atmospheric CO2 level is bad? How do we know rising global temperatures are bad? After all, millions of species flourished, and even during the age of man people and crops thrived, when global temperatures and CO2 levels were higher than they are now. When we begin ask the more fundamental questions it quickly becomes clear that mankind does not know anything like enough about how climate works to try to have global climate control policies. It's just ludicrous.

Climate experts from United Kingdom’s National Weather Service told the world that while is was not unusual for pauses in global warming that last for a decade to occur once every eighty years or so, there was no way that one could last for 15 years or more according to their climate model.

Oops. Their mistake, I guess.

Maybe that’s why when the United Kingdom’s National Weather Service updated their data and it showed that global warming has been paused for the last 16 years, they remained mum.

“The world stopped getting warmer almost 16 years ago, according to new...