Brrr… Global Warming Predictions Overestimated– Its a Hoax
The oceans have been cooling since 2003.
Sea ice is growing at the fastest pace on record.
There are growing fears of a coming freeze worse than the ice age.
And, for the second straight year the Earth is, in fact, cooling… not warming.
This US Climate Map October 2007-November 2008 shows that temperatures are well below normal throughout the US this year.
Now this… Science Daily reported that a detailed analysis of black carbon — the residue of burned organic matter — in computer climate models suggests that those models may be overestimating global warming predictions.
STACLU has more on the latest data.
However, Democrats remain unmoved by scientific facts and are planning crippling cap-and-trade legislation that could cost the country close to $7 trillion dollars and 3 million manufacturing jobs.
Thankfully not everyone in Washington DC drank the Kool-Aid.
Climate change skeptics are accumulating data to show that the science behind global warming is junk.
The Politico reported:
Climate change skeptics on Capitol Hill are quietly watching a growing accumulation of global cooling science and other findings that could signal that the science behind global warming may still be too shaky to warrant cap-and-trade legislation.
While the new Obama administration promises aggressive, forward-thinking environmental policies, Weather Channel co-founder Joseph D’Aleo and other scientists are organizing lobbying efforts to take aim at the cap-and-trade bill that Democrats plan to unveil in January.
So far, members of Congress have not been keen to publicly back the global cooling theory. But both senators from Oklahoma, Republicans Tom Coburn and Jim Inhofe, have often expressed doubts about how much of a role man-made emissions play.
“We want the debate to be about science, not fear and hypocrisy. We hope next year’s wave of new politics means a return to science,” said Coburn aide John Hart. “It’s the old kind of politics that doesn’t consider any dissenting opinions.”
The global cooling lobby’s challenge is enormous. Next year could be the unfriendliest yet for climate skeptics. Already, House Energy and Commerce Chairman John Dingell (D-Mich.) has lost his gavel, in part because his peers felt he was less than serious about tackling global warming.