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6 Reasons Climate Alarmists Lose Credibility: # 1 They Keep Moving the Goal Posts

Six Reasons Man-made Climate Change Alarmists Lose Credibility

February 21, 2014

 Does climate change exist? Sure. On an elementary level, there was once an ice age and today there is not. So obviously, the climate changes. The deeper question is how much of an impact human interaction with the planet contributes to changes in the environment compared to natural forces, such as solar flares from the sun. Is human contribution to changing climate patterns a miniscule factor, or a major one? Are humans single-handily capable of bringing on an ice age by over-powering nature? The mostly one-sided and “research” funded debate goes on (pro tip: if you are one who wants to score some research money, make sure to be a climate change enthusiast), but here are 6 reasons why some of us our skeptical about the human impact on climate change.

The Goal Posts Keep Getting Moved

I’m never sure whether to call it “global warming” or “climate change” because the goal posts keep getting moved. (And I won’t even bring up the 1970′s “global cooling” scare out of fear of being labeled a “climate denier.”) When the global warming hysteria started reaching a peak in the early 2000s and we were warned of sudden and drastic warming in the years to come, a problem occurred: the earth stopped it’s trend of warming despite record output of Co2 (the “culprit”). The plateau is now 15 years strong in a time the pro-science guys predicted the opposite. This led to two things.

First, the alarmists started calling it “climate change” and, in the absence of heat, just noted that every hurricane, tornado, or raindrop was a cause of “climate change.” The second was that they were forced to acknowledge that the reason for the flatlining was the same reason we were skeptical in the first place: they were caused by natural forces beyond human control. They were basically agreeing with us deniers! In a completely unbiased report, ahem, compiled by NASA, they determined that “there are… all kinds of natural fluctuations that sometimes cause warming, sometimes cooling. Ocean changes, for instance, can have a big impact on the world’s temperature. One example that [random NASA cited “expert”] cites is the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, a pattern of warmer and cooler surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean that can last between 10 and 30 years.”   Continue reading here…..


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