Are You a Global Warming Skeptic?

Scientific American is interested in the Global Warming skeptics position.

In the comments field, explain which aspects of climate change you don’t accept (e.g. you might not think Earth is warming at all, you might not think the warming is due to greenhouse gases, you might not think that the gases are produced by humans, or you might not think warming will cause trouble in the future), what exactly has led you to this conclusion, and — most important — what it would take to convince you otherwise. Let’s get everything out into the open, so that we can have a real discussion. 

My concern over the Global Warming “debate” is the loss of credibility the overall scientific community is suffering due to the promulgation of the “Global Warming Myth”.

In reality the concerns over climate change will be as relevant to the world of 100 years in the future, as the concerns of 100 years ago of the possibility of an expanding horse population and the projections of excessive horse manure that was thought to possibly be one of our devastating present day problems.

So drop by George Musser’s blog at SciAm and let him know what you think (not how you feel, use your head!) about Global Warming.


 Sun’s next 11-year cycle could be 50 pct stronger

Sun-spawned cosmic storms that can play havoc with earthly power grids and orbiting satellites could be 50 percent stronger in the next 11-year solar cycle than in the last one

So we can expect even more vapid regurgitation of Global Warming fear-mongering for what, eleven more years?