Ralf Alexander here of the New York Post has a blunt commentary on the state to which global warming science has devolved. In a single word: insanity. Climate science is beginning to look like a repeat of “The Lord of the Flies”.
Superstorm Sandy. Parching drought across North America. A scorching midsummer heat wave in the Midwest. All these weather extremes are telltale signs that CO2 causes climate change, according to global warmists.
Indeed, the global climate-change nomenklatura gathered last week in Doha, Qatar eagerly (if grimly) cited Typhoon Bopha, which had just wreaked carnage in the Philippines, as the latest proof.
But it’s not. The link between extreme weather and global warming has as much scientific basis as the pagan rite of human sacrifice to ensure a good harvest.
Yes, the supposed connection between unusual weather events and global warming is often taken as self-evident.
It’s even been propounded in scientific papers — but not persuasively. A recent paper from Goddard Institute for Space Science chief James Hansen, for example, was quickly debunked by climate scientists on both sides of the…
Why can’t so many rational, well-educated people understand this simple fact? The answer may be superstition.”
Continue reading here (you won’t be disappointed).
By the way, Ralph B. Alexander has published an outstanding skeptic book: GLOBAL WARMING FALSE ALARM (see left) – just in time for Christmas. I got a copy and I can only recommend it.
You can order it at Amazon in USA or in Europe.