Thursday, September 24, 2009

Global Warming Con

Yesterday I was listening to a radio program and was very surprised by what I heard. It wasn't the fact that global warming is a hoax. I get that, but how are they pulling this hoax off on so many people? Let me lay out the con, so that you can avoid this trap.The biggest "proof" that global warming is real has been the satellite photos of the arctic ice melt. They show pictures of the northern hemisphere at the peak of summer with all the ice melted away. Well, not all but a visible difference is noted. You see, back in 1998 we had a major el nino year. This is where the water of the tropics in the Pacific ocean is unusually warm. If we look at satellite views of ocean temperatures you will see this massive build of heat over a three year period. Yeah, you remember that was the last major GW proof. Notice they don't point to this any more.
Anyway, the oceans are a moving system that will process this water and through currents move it all around the globe. According to ocean studies it takes about ten years for this warm water to make it to the arctic. So, from 1998 to 2007 we should see a shift because of this heat. Isn't that interesting, that happens to be the same timeline the GW advocates are using. They are pointing to pictures of the ice melt of 2007 as the greatest melt off and proof of GW. Have you noticed that nobody is talking about 2008? Well the 2009 numbers have just come in and they are showing another major growth year in ice coverage. That's right two years of ice growth. If we were still warming as they claim this wouldn't happen.The GW nuts need to make there big push now before anyone sees what is really happening. Don't let them destroy our lives with this con. You now know the truth. Tell others. Point them here, so they can read this. Then go check it out.

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Blogger Joe said...

Constant panic is the only thing the left has to offer. And on the Global Warming front, they have been just as caught as on the acorn front.

7:37 AM, September 25, 2009  

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