Climate Change? It’s Only Natural By James Reed
First, by way of disclosure my one personal belief, is that after this Melbourne winter, if anything, we are heading towards a new ice age, and that increasing our carbon footprint through coal, oil, and glorious fossil fuels and anything that burns cannot be too bad. That over, let’s get down to business, bashing global warming in the morning:
Well, I read the article at Natural News looking for a juicy quote, but only found a discussion about the geometry of Milankovitch cycles, variations in the Earth’s orbit, that can cause ice ages. But nothing much about NASA saying that climate change is not caused by fossil fuels, sadly. Very disappointing; in fact NASA has a whole website on climate change, all conventional stuff:
But, not to remain disappointed, a paper was recently published by two physicists at the University of Turku, Finland, J. Kauppinen and P. Malmi, “No Experimental Evidence for the Significant Anthropogenic Climate Change,” arXiv:1907.00165v1. The paper attacks the mainstream climate models because these models fail to model the effects of low cloud changes, and the model thus add a large climate sensitivity to cover this problem up. They conclude that there is no man-made climate change at all.
That is an excellent result which is just what we need to keep up our use of fossil fuels, coal and everything else so that our life style is preserved for the next 5 billion years, maybe more.