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The Theory of Global Warming (Written and compiled by Peter Brave-Heart. 09/12/12)

It is like the theory of evolution. In other words, based upon zero real provable facts, as hundreds of well known scientists from NASA have said about Global Warming. I personally also take a great interest in extensive Weather studies from various sources. Over the past 16 years according to those telling the truth, the average world temperature has not risen! In fact there are currently signs it is actually decreasing. There have also been record low temperatures in the ANTARTIC, and just last month the amount of sea ice coverage in the Antartic was the most extensive on record. The winters in the northern hemisphere over the past 5 years 1


have generally been getting much colder. The same is also true for the southern hemisphere. The sun is unusually lacking in sunspot activity which is very odd, as we are currently in the sun’s maximum part of its cycle, when it should be having lots of sunspots. Scientists from many countries, say that unlike the GLOBAL WARMING propaganda forecasts for hotter winters, we are in fact headed towards much colder winters, with more snow and ice, being much more common than before. So wrap up well in the northern hemisphere this winter, and expect it to be very cold and snowy! *************************************************** ****************** MEDIA RELEASE - AFTER DOHA, THE U.N. AND MEMBER GOVERNMENTS NEED SOBER SECOND THOUGHTS ABOUT ‘GLOBAL WARMING’ Attention: News Editors, Political, Science and Environment Reporters December 9, 2012 After 16 years without warming, future climate talks must focus on preparation for, and adaption to, climate change, not vainly trying to stop it. Ottawa, Canada, December 9, 2012: “Governments must re-examine climate change science before considering further, more concrete commitments in the United Nations negotiating process,” said Tom Harris, executive director of the International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC), which is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. “In their November 29th open letter to the U.N. Secretary General Ban Kimoon, scientists from across the globe explained that the science relied upon by the U.N. is seriously flawed. Mr. Ban must no longer ignore such highly qualified advice.” Among the statements supported by the now 134 scientist endorsers to the open letter were: 2


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“there has been no statistically significant global warming for almost 16 years. During this period…carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations rose by nearly 9%...Global warming that has not occurred cannot have caused the extreme weather of the past few years.” “Whether, when and how atmospheric warming will resume is unknown. The science is unclear.” “The hypothesis that our emissions of CO2 have caused, or will cause, dangerous warming is not supported by the evidence.”

The complete open letter to the U.N. Secretary General and the most recent list of signatories may be viewed at http://tinyurl.com/bat5exo.

ICSC Chief Science Advisor Professor Bob Carter of James Cook University in Australia said, "Many researchers recognize that the always weak case for dangerous man-made global warming is getting weaker still as the science matures. Dr. Mike Hulme, a prominent climate scientist and U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) insider, has admitted that ‘only a few dozen experts in the specific field of detection and attribution studies’ reached the IPCC “consensus” about human influence on the climate, not thousands as is commonly implied by the panel (see p. 10, 11 of Hulme’s April 12, 2010 paper in “Progress in Physical Geography” at http://tinyurl.com/2b3cq3r). “So the famed IPCC consensus about humans causing dangerous climate change is based upon the opinion of fewer expert scientists than have now written to the Secretary General challenging it,” said Carter. “That 134 experts now advise that “current scientific knowledge does not substantiate” alarm over global warming surely requires that the media and the public reassess the IPCC’s popular but scientifically misguided belief.” Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, Scotland, an Expert Reviewer of 3


the next IPCC Assessment due in 2014 added, “The imagined 'consensus' did not predict 16 full years without any global warming. The supposed 'consensus' did not forecast that sea level would fall last year. The pretended 'consensus' is wrong.” “Even if it were right,” Monckton continued, “spending trillions in futile attempts to mitigate 'global warming' today is at least ten times more expensive and less cost-effective than spending millions the day after tomorrow to focus adaptation to any damage that a little warmer weather might cause. The game is up and the scare is over." "Whether you are socialist or capitalist, industrialist or environmentalist, no one wants to pour money down the drain. Yet, that is exactly what is happening as a result of the global warming scare,” said ICSC Energy Issues Advisor Bryan Leyland of New Zealand. “Expensive and ineffective alternative energy projects such as wind turbines and solar cells are receiving massive subsidies from governments and electricity consumers in the belief that they will reduce GHG emissions that, as is now well established, do not cause dangerous global warming. It is disgraceful.” The open letter to the Secretary General ended: “We also ask that you acknowledge that policy actions by the U.N., or by the signatory nations to the UNFCCC, that aim to reduce CO2 emissions are unlikely to exercise any significant influence on future climate. Climate policies therefore need to focus on preparation for, and adaptation to, all dangerous climatic events however caused.” Harris concluded, “As is well demonstrated by the Nongovernmental International Climate Panel on Climate Change (www.nipccreport.org), warming alarmism is a not based on a correct interpretation of the science. The climate scare has been fuelled largely by computer-generated representations that bear little relationship to the real world. Governments must divert the billions of dollars being wasted trying to stop climate change towards the real concerns of society.”

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The ICSC is a non-partisan group of scientists, economists and energy and policy experts who are working to promote better understanding of climate science and related policy worldwide. We aim to help create an environment in which a more rational, open discussion about climate issues emerges, thereby moving the debate away from implementation of costly and ineffectual “climate control” measures. Instead, ICSC encourages effective planning for, and adaptation to, inevitable natural climate variability, and continuing scientific research into the causes and impacts of climate change. ICSC also focuses on publicizing the repercussions of misguided plans to “solve the climate crisis”. This includes, but is not limited to, “carbon” sequestration as well as the dangerous impacts of attempts to replace conventional energy supplies with wind turbines, solar power, most biofuels and other ineffective and expensive energy sources. ******************************************************** ******************* Here is a very good site exposing GLOBAL WARMING for the FRAUD that it really is http://www.cfact.org/pdf/ClimateDepotExtremeWeatherReport2012.pdf ******************************************************** *******************

(From: Exactaweather.com)

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http://ajw.asahi.com/article/behind_news/social_affair s/AJ201204200075 The important factors that I have gathered from this information is that: According to the Japanese Astronomical society, the magnetic shifts in the sun replicate those that occurred during the “little ice age� when the River Thames used to freeze over in London. Their data suggests that the sun is about to enter a period of reduced solar activity/hibernation, even though the exact opposite is meant to be happening, and in accordance with the professional and scientific predictions to date. “We are now facing such an extremely low period of solar activity over the coming years and decades, due to the strong correlation of historical evidence that I have analysed repeatedly. Furthermore, in some of my earlier posts that date back over the past three years, I have also reported and stressed my concerns that we are heading for a new Dalton/Maunder (mini ice-age) minimum like scenario. Some recent solar activity indices and the behaviour of the thermosphere could also be a strong indication that this is occurring much 6


sooner than others sources are currently anticipating.” ******************************************** ************ From the USA weather channels An ominous report prepared by the Hydrometeorological Centre of Russia (HCR) on the “Frankenstorm” (aka Hurricane Sandy) barreling towards the Northeastern United States warns that this superstorms origins lie in the near complete collapse of the Deep Southerly Return Flow (DSRF) of the Gulf Stream this past week due to the unprecedented melting of the Greenland Icecap. Not just to the horrific damages from wind, rain and coastal flooding from this superstorm are to feared either, this report says, but, also, to the massive amounts of snow measuring up to nearly 1 meter (2 feet) expected to impact an area roughly 1/3 the size of the Eastern United States. A situation, HCR scientists say, that has the potential to be catastrophic as these snows fall upon trees that have yet to shed their leaves ******************************************************** *************** More Evidence: Arctic Warming Effect on Jet Stream = More Extremes June 8, 2012 If you have not seen the video above from my “This is Not Cool” series at Yale Climate Forum, take some time to watch. It was based on the most current research that is beginning to explain the increasingly erratic swings in northern hemisphere weather patterns over recent years. Now a team from Cornell has published yet another paper underlining those findings, which explain why climate change is producing not only unprecedented warm events like this recent spring, but also wild swings into record-breaking snow and ice 7


storms. Cornell University: The dramatic melt-off of Arctic sea ice due to climate change is hitting closer to home than millions of Americans might think. That’s because melting Arctic sea ice can trigger a domino effect leading to increased odds of severe winter weather outbreaks in the Northern Hemisphere’s middle latitudes — think the “Snowmageddon” storm that hamstrung Washington, D.C., during February 2010. Cornell’s Charles H. Greene, professor of earth and atmospheric sciences, and Bruce C. Monger, senior research associate in the same department, detail this phenomenon in a paper published in the June issue of the journal Oceanography. “Everyone thinks of Arctic climate change as this remote phenomenon that has little effect on our everyday lives,” Greene said. “But what goes on in the Arctic remotely forces our weather patterns here.”

Negative Arctic Oscillation conditions are associated with higher pressure in the Arctic and a weakened polar vortex (yellow arrows). A weakened jet stream (black arrows) is characterized by largeramplitude meanders in its trajectory and a reduction in the wave speed 8


of those meanders. A warmer Earth increases the melting of sea ice during summer, exposing more dark ocean water to incoming sunlight. This causes increased absorption of solar radiation and excess summertime heating of the ocean — further accelerating the ice melt. The excess heat is released to the atmosphere, especially during the autumn, decreasing the temperature and atmospheric pressure gradients between the Arctic and middle latitudes. A diminished latitudinal pressure gradient is linked to a weakening of the winds associated with the polar vortex and jet stream. Since the polar vortex normally retains the cold Arctic air masses up above the Arctic Circle, its weakening allows the cold air to invade lower latitudes. The recent observations present a new twist to the Arctic Oscillation (AO) — a natural pattern of climate variability in the Northern Hemisphere. Before humans began warming the planet, the Arctic’s climate system naturally oscillated between conditions favorable and those unfavorable for invasions of cold Arctic air. Greene says, “What’s happening now is that we are changing the climate system, especially in the Arctic, and that’s increasing the odds for the negative AO conditions that favor cold air invasions and severe winter weather outbreaks. “It’s something to think about given our recent history,” Greene continued. This past winter, an extended cold snap descended on central and eastern Europe in mid-January, with temperatures approaching -22 Fahrenheit and snowdrifts reaching rooftops. And, of course, there were the record snowstorms fresh in the memories of residents from several eastern U.S. cities, such as Washington, New York and Philadelphia, as well as many other parts of the Eastern Seaboard during the previous two years. But wait — Greene and Monger’s paper is being published just after one of the warmest winters in the eastern U.S. on record. How does 9


that relate? “It’s a great demonstration of the complexities of our climate system and how they influence our regional weather patterns,” Greene said. In any particular region, many factors can have an influence, including the El Nino/La Nina cycle. This winter, La Nina in the Pacific shifted undulations in the jet stream so that while many parts of the Northern Hemisphere were hit by the severe winter weather patterns expected during a bout of negative AO conditions, much of the eastern United States basked in the warm tropical air that swung north with the jet stream. “It turns out that while the eastern U.S. missed out on the cold and snow this winter, and experienced record-breaking warmth during March, many other parts of the Northern Hemisphere were not so fortunate,” Greene said. Europe and Alaska experienced record-breaking winter storms, and the global average temperature during March 2012 was cooler than any other March since 1999. “A lot of times people say, ‘Wait a second, which is it going to be – more snow or more warming?’ Well, it depends on a lot of factors, and I guess this was a really good winter demonstrating that,” Greene said. “What we can expect, however, is the Arctic wildcard stacking the deck in favor of more severe winter outbreaks in the future.”

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