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Unstoppable Solar Cycles, Rethinking Global Warming (David Legates, Willie Soon) USofA
22.Jan.2020
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Willie Soon is an astrophysicist, David Legates is a climatologist and professor of geography: When Erik the Red first arrived in Greenland, the fertile land was perfect for farming. Within a few centuries, the thriving Viking settlements had been wiped out by global cooling. The Little Ice Age has been scientifically identified. Since about 1850 the earth has been in a warming period.

What is the role of carbon dioxide in warming? The best available records of temperature and atmospheric CO2 over the past 650,000 years indicate that the earth's temperature always rises first, followed by a rise in carbon dioxide. A warmer earth leads to increased levels of CO2—and not the other way around.

Since the 1960s and all the Doom and Gloom there have been endless predictions of catastrophic climate tipping points, North America has remained beautiful while dealing with normalt severe weather events. The media, school teachers, university professors and extreme environmental organizations all beat the drums for the catastrophic climate disruption alarmists and destroy America's education system. Since the 1960s and all the Doom and Gloom there have been endless predictions of catastrophic climate tipping points, North America has remained beautiful while dealing with normalt severe weather events. The media, school teachers, university professors and extreme environmental organizations all beat the drums for the catastrophic climate disruption alarmists and destroy America's education system.
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