Hi, New Scientist? Yes, I would like to order 300 million copies of your Climate Change: Guide for the perplexed. Yes, and please send about 200 copies to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20500.
New Scientist’s upcoming issue will include what is by far the most comprehensive debunking of the global warming myths, continuously used by the small handful of so-called “experts” who say either: a) global warming isn’t happening; (b) humans are not too blame, and anything in between.
Ever wondered about “medieval warming?” “The Little Ice Age?” “Cosmic Rays?” And of the other denier messages? Check out the New Scientist here, save them to the hard drive and get the message out.
Here’s links to each thorough debunking:
Human CO2 emissions are too tiny to matter
We can’t do anything about climate change
The ‘hockey stick’ graph has been proven wrong
Chaotic systems are not predictable
We can’t trust computer models of climate
They predicted global cooling in the 1970s
It’s been far warmer in the past, what’s the big deal?
It’s too cold where I live – warming will be great
Global warming is down to the Sun, not humans
CO2 isn’t the most important greenhouse gas
The lower atmosphere is cooling, not warming
Antarctica is getting cooler, not warmer, disproving global warming
The cooling after 1940 shows CO2 does not cause warming
It was warmer during the Medieval period, with vineyards in England
We are simply recovering from the Little Ice Age
Warming will cause an ice age in Europe
Ice cores show CO2 increases lag behind temperature rises, disproving the link to global warming
Ice cores show CO2 rising as temperatures fell
Mars and Pluto are warming too
Many leading scientists question climate change
Hurricane Katrina was caused by global warming
Higher CO2 levels will boost plant growth and food production
Polar bear numbers are increasing
Would love to see Steve “the junkman” Milloy’s eye twitch over this one!