Monday, January 17, 2011

Climate Science Is About More Than Just Carbon Dioxide

When it's -15 outside (-27 with windchill,) this interview, which discuses "global warming" (or lack thereof) couldn't be any more timely. Michael Coren is not a climate scientist, but he interviews Lord Christopher Monckton, someone who knows what he's talking about and who can explain why all this global warming hysteria is not scientifically based. It may surprise some, but if we are to discuss global climate change - we must consider many other factors beside carbon dioxide:
Meanwhile, we have more news about climate data being cherry-picked by CRU to fit their warm-mongering theory. It turns out that only 25% of the climate stats provided by Russian meteorological stations was used by CRU, leaving over 40% of Russia's territory unrepresented. But why would someone worry about those remote parts of Russia? So what if it's a bigger land mass than all 10 Canadian provinces put together? The science is settled, isn't it?


bbickmore said...

Wow. FYI, Christopher Monckton is not a climate scientist--he actually has a degree in Journalism. Before you jump down my throat, I have seen him a number of times point out in his public appearances that he is not a scientist.

I am no fan of Moncktons: see

However, given his penchant for making extravagant claims, the least you could do is follow his lead when he has a fit of modesty.

Trestin said...

Climate change is one of the great scams of our time. It is all about control. Every solution they present somehow revolves around either higher taxes, or more restrictive laws.

Trestin said...

FYI I just posted your interview.

Leonard said...