Monday, December 11, 2006

More Great News in Global Warming

Even the United Nations is now backing off the Global Warming is destroying the earth claims of the Environmental Wackos.

Mankind has had less effect on global warming than previously supposed, a United Nations report on climate change will claim next year.
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says there can be little doubt that humans are responsible for warming the planet, but the organisation has reduced its overall estimate of this effect by 25 per cent.


Of course, they can't just report the news, and allow people to draw their own conclusions. They have to point out that while this helps prove the Global Warming skeptics, like me, that isn't the intent.

Climate change sceptics are expected to seize on the revised figures as evidence that action to combat global warming is less urgent.
Scientists insist that the lower estimates for sea levels and the human impact on global warming are simply a refinement due to better data on how climate works rather than a reduction in the risk posed by global warming.


In addition to my previously posted cure to global warming, we do have another possible cure for Global Warming out of another left wing gathering. It seems that even a small scale nuclear war would have "catastrophic" effects on the environment including reduced Ozone production.

The lingering effects could re-shape the environment in ways never conceived. In terms of climate, a nuclear blast could plunge temperatures across large swaths of the globe. "It would be the largest climate change in recorded human history," Alan Robock, associate director of the Center for Environmental Prediction at Rutgers' Cook College and another member of the research team.

Plunging Temperatures, well that would stop or at least delay the Global Warming wouldn't it?

The assembled nutty professors...... generated a series of computer simulations of potential climate anomalies caused by a small-scale nuclear war.
"We looked at a scenario of a regional nuclear conflict say between India and Pakistan where each of them used 50 weapons on cities in the other country that would generate a lot of smoke," Robock told LiveScience.
They discovered the smoke emissions would plunge temperatures by about 2 degrees Fahrenheit (1.25 degrees Celsius) over large areas of North America and Eurasia—areas far removed from the countries involved in the conflict.


So a Nuclear War involving roughly 100 warheads would do more cooling than the Kyoto Treaty's .04 degrees C reduction and unlike Kyoto, it would be immediate? Perhaps we have another good reason to reconsider Nuclear War. I mean, let's consider for a moment, if we dropped the Bomb on Iran, not only would we rid the world of a Terrorist Supporting state, but we would also reduce Global Warming for up to ten years.

It would also be much cheaper to drop a few old Nukes on Iran, than it would to implement Kyoto. The Nukes have already been paid for, while Kyoto would cost us hundreds of millions of dollars for much less result.

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