C02 not a pollutant:
Most of the Left knows that it is not a pollutant; the EPA used phony data to declare it a pollutant. The Obama Administration knows that C02 is not a pollutant, and has suppressed that fact. See here:
The author of the report states that EPA suppressed the fact that C02 is not a pollutant. Excellent must see:
See here that the EPA kept important charts showing that C02 has not caused the earth to warm from a major report on C02 & the climate; this same report is the base of what they used today to order new coal-run utilities to sharply limit C02 emissions:
Moreover, we live in an open system, not a closed "greenhouse system," as the phony environmentalists claim.
The foundation of this myth came from two science fiction authors: Isaac Asimov and Carl Sagan.
Kooks such as the leaders of the Hippie Movement, Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman, took up the mantel back in the 1960s and began the whine that the earth was in great peril because of "greenhouse gases piling up in the atmosphere." Their claim was that the earth was headed into a global freeze. Their madly doomsday predictions have never come close to coming to pass, and I have published theirs and others (including many "scientists" of the day) over the last twenty-years I've been reporting that C02 is not a pollutant and that "global warming" is a hoax. This was in the 1960s.
After the weather moved from being very cold up through 1979 to being a little warmer over the next twenty years (but only in certain areas), they turned into Warmers instead of Freezers. Now that it has changed again, they have become Climate Changers, a term that can cover any type of weather any season -- it's a no lose term that only phony (or deceived) eco-maniacs use.
When you hear the term "climage change," realize that you are either listening to a dupe or a deceiver. Either way you can't talk to them, because the former is brainwashed and the latter has an ulterior agenda and will not give up the lie no matter how much evidence, proof, or truth shows they're wrong.
Excellent article by Happer, with a few notes by ER.
Global Warming Models Are Wrong Again
By William Happer
During a fundraiser in Atlanta earlier this month, President Obama is reported to have said: "It gets you a little nervous about what is happening to global temperatures. When it is 75 degrees in Chicago in the beginning of March, you start thinking. On the other hand, I really have enjoyed nice weather."
What is happening to global temperatures in reality? The answer is: almost nothing for more than 10 years. Monthly values of the global temperature anomaly of the lower atmosphere, compiled at the University of Alabama from NASA satellite data, can be found at the website
The latest (February 2012) monthly global temperature anomaly for the lower atmosphere was minus 0.12 degrees Celsius, slightly less than the average since the satellite record of temperatures began in 1979. (Do not forget that these two German physicists have proven that humans do not have the ability to obtain an accurate ground up global temperature average at this time. You can find that here: German Physicists Trash Global Warming Theory ER)
The lack of any statistically significant warming for over a decade has made it more difficult for the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and its supporters to demonize the atmospheric gas CO2 which is released when fossil fuels are burned. The burning of fossil fuels has been one reason for an increase of CO2 levels in the atmosphere to around 395 ppm (or parts per million), up from preindustrial levels of about 280 ppm. CO2 is not a pollutant. Life on earth flourished for hundreds of millions of years at much higher CO2 levels than we see today. Increasing CO2 levels will be a net benefit because cultivated plants grow better and are more resistant to drought at higher CO2 levels, and because warming and other supposedly harmful effects of CO2 have been greatly exaggerated. Nations with affordable energy from fossil fuels are more prosperous and healthy than those without. (Scratch the "fossil fuel" term. The statement that increased C02 levels is a positive is dead on. ER)
The direct warming due to doubling CO2 levels in the atmosphere can be calculated to cause a warming of about one degree Celsius. The IPCC computer models predict a much larger warming, three degrees Celsius or even more, because they assume changes in water vapor or clouds that supposedly amplify the direct warming from CO2. Many lines of observational evidence suggest that this "positive feedback" also has been greatly exaggerated. (Not only has it been exaggerated, but the opposite is true. See here that higher C02 levels follow warming periods, not vice versa:
It's easy to see why the Left so hates the Internet, and especially sites like Youtube that records everything. It catches them in their many lies everyday, and it is easy to disseminate that info to the world. Thank God! ER)
There has indeed been some warming, perhaps about 0.8 degrees Celsius, since the end of the so-called Little Ice Age in the early 1800s. Some of that warming has probably come from increased amounts of CO2, but the timing of the warming-much of it before CO2 levels had increased appreciably-suggests that a substantial fraction of the warming is from natural causes that have nothing to do with mankind.
Frustrated by the lack of computer-predicted warming over the past decade, some IPCC supporters have been claiming that "extreme weather" has become more common because of more CO2. But there is no evidence this is true. After an unusually cold winter in 2011 (December 2010-February 2011) the winter of 2012 was unusually warm in the continental United States. But the winter of 2012 was bitter in Europe, Asia and Alaska. (Exactly! Weather varies every year around the world due to many things, C02 being an extremely minor effector. ER)
Weather conditions similar to 2012 occurred in the winter of 1942, when the U.S. Midwest was unusually warm, and when the Wehrmacht encountered the formidable forces of "General Frost" in a Russian winter not unlike the one Russians just had.
Large fluctuations from warm to cold winters have been the rule for the U.S., as one can see from records kept by the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA. For example, the winters of 1932 and 1934 were as warm as or warmer than the 2011-2012, and the winter of 1936 was much colder.
Nightly television pictures of the tragic destruction from tornadoes over the past months might make one wonder if the frequency of tornadoes is increasing, perhaps due to the increasing levels of CO2 in the atmosphere. But as one can read at Andrew Revkin's New York Times blog, dotearth, "There is no evidence of any trend in the number of potent tornadoes (category F2 and up) over the past 50 years in the United States, even as global temperatures have risen markedly." (Scratch the last part of this statement: "even as global temperatures have risen markedly," because it is untrue. ER)
Like winter temperatures, the numbers, severity and geographical locations of tornadoes fluctuate from year-to-year in ways that are correlated with the complicated fluid flow patterns of the oceans and atmosphere, the location of the jet stream, El Niño, or La Niña conditions of the tropical Pacific Oceans, etc.
As long as the laws of nature exist, we will have tornadoes. But we can save many more lives by addressing the threat of tornadoes directly-for example, with improved and more widely dispersed weather radars, and with better means for warning the people of endangered areas-than by incredulous support of schemes to reduce "carbon footprints," or by funding even more computer centers to predict global warming.
It is easy to be confused about climate, because we are constantly being warned about the horrible things that will happen or are already happening as a result of mankind's use of fossil fuels. But these ominous predictions are based on computer models. It is important to distinguish between what the climate is actually doing and what computer models predict. The observed response of the climate to more CO2 is not in good agreement with model predictions.
We need high-quality climate science because of the importance of climate to mankind. But we should also remember the description of how science works by the late, great physicist, Richard Feynman:
"In general we look for a new law by the following process. First we guess it. Then we compute the consequences of the guess to see what would be implied if this law that we guessed is right. Then we compare the result of the computation to nature, with experiment or experience; compare it directly with observation, to see if it works. If it disagrees with experiment it is wrong." (Spoken by someone who had long observed Ivory Tower Theorists and their passion to predict disasters. ER)
The most important component of climate science is careful, long-term observations of climate-related phenomena, from space, from land, and in the oceans. If observations do not support code predictions-like more extreme weather, or rapidly rising global temperatures-Feynman has told us what conclusions to draw about the theory.
Mr. Happer is a professor of physics at Princeton. This article appeared in the online version of the Wall St. Journal.