Tuesday, September 08, 2009

More Than Enough Evidence To Throw Out The Man Made Global Warming Hoax NOW

Isn't it about time that Americans recognize that man-made global warming is the most ridiculous theory ever presented to the world? Kind of on the order of the Spanish Inquisition where the Church insisted that in order to obtain confessions out of wayward Catholics you had to torture them. Wait, Wait I'm working on the analogy...OK here it is. Well, the modern day inquisition torturers are the Michael Moore's and other Hollywood types (politicians and dishonest scientists looking for government grants to fund their studies) who go around making up things and showing just enough film footage of whatever to make you believe that global warming is man-made. There is just too much evidence against man-made global warming and for Sun induced warming and cooling! In fact we are actually in a cooling period and have been for several years!

Climate Change: A team of international scientists has finally figured out why sunspots have a dramatic effect on the weather. It shows the folly of fearing the SUV while dismissing that thermonuclear furnace in the sky.

Mankind once worshiped the sun. Now the world studiously ignores it as nations prepare to hammer out a successor to the failed Kyoto Protocol, which expires in 2012, in Copenhagen in December. Something is indeed rotten in Denmark.

Our own government is committed to fighting climate change whether it be though Son of Kyoto or our own growth-capping, job-killing cap-and-trade legislation known as Waxman-Markey.

Despite the sun being the major source of all energy on earth, supporters of man-caused global warming have dismissed the sun's role in climate change. They say the historic 11-year solar cycle changes the amount of energy reaching the earth by about only 0.1% — not enough to account for temperature rises this century.

…The study found that chemicals in the stratosphere and sea surface temperatures during solar maximums act in a way that amplifies the sun's influence. The slight increase in solar energy in the peak production of sunspots is absorbed by stratospheric ozone, warming the air in the tropics where sunlight is most intense.

The additional energy also helps produce more ozone that absorbs even more solar energy. The increased sunlight causes a slight warming of ocean surface waters across the subtropical Pacific.

This stratospheric energy absorption and sea surface warming can intensify winds and rainfall, and ultimately influence global weather in ways that amplify the sun's influence.

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