The Problem with the Theory of Global Warming
By Scott Michael Rohter, January 2017
The sky is falling, the sky is falling! Chicken Little cried… and the frightened little bird ran around warning everyone to prepare for a global catastrophe. Well today thanks to the miracle of modern telecommunications coupled with a not so miraculous progressive political agenda there are thousands of fear mongering scientists and climate change alarmists all over the world who are scaring billions of people into believing that the earth is warming and that we need to get ready for a global disaster… a calamity of epic proportions as envisioned by Al Gore in his book, An Inconvenient Truth. Gore predicts that the oceans will rise and flood the earth and that the waters will cover coastal cities like New York and Los Angeles and millions of people will die. That is Al Gore’s inconvenient little truth, but something like that already happened a long time ago in the Book of Genesis and God promised that he would never let it happen again.
Shall we believe Al Gore or shall we believe God? Shall we dismiss Al Gore’s claims as utterly ridiculous and disregard anyone who promotes this nonsense as modern day chicken littles, or shall we give these warnings a cautious measure of respect? What are the actual facts regarding climate change? Does it exist or doesn’t it exist? Is it a new phenomena directly linked to human activity or has it always existed and depended on things way beyond human control like solar activity, sunspot cycles, and the little wobble in the earth”s orbit? What is the hard evidence supporting the theory of global warming?… Well there isn’t any. That’s right, there isn’t any.
Advocates of climate change have designed computer models which they rely upon. These computer models are based largely upon assumptions and speculation. Much of the data that went into producing these computer projections has either been carefully manipulated or altogether eliminated if it doesn’t corroborate the predetermined conclusion that the earth is warming and that human activity is the primary cause of it. You can see the evidence of this manipulation of the data in the email correspondence between leading proponents of the theory of anthropogenic global warming. Read this article.
As further proof that global warming exists people offer observations that icebergs are melting in the Arctic Ocean, but these observations have to be reconciled with similar observations that more ice is accumulating in Antarctica. It seems that rather than a reduction in the overall amount of ice on the planet it is more likely that the location of this ice is merely shifting from the north polar region to the south polar region. Why? No one knows for sure and they aren’t really interested in finding out. If new evidence contradicts the politically correct theory of anthropogenic global warming then the so called “climate scientists” aren’t really interested in studying it. This conflicting information has become a different kind of inconvenient truth… an inconvenient truth that they don’t want to talk about and one that won’t lead to any government grants from the Obama Administration.
So this is what the pursuit of science is all about in the 21st Century?.., the pursuit of money? I thought science was supposed to be about the search for truth, not about securing government grants or arriving at a predetermined conclusion. and then cherry picking all of the data in order to support a particular conclusion. Will Al Gore write a sequel to his book to discuss all of the conflicting evidence which seems to contradict the theory of global warming? Don’t hold your breath. Perhaps he is still feeling s little guilty about the huge fortune his family made in the coal business when his father worked for Occidental Petroleum, or maybe he just recognizes a good business opportunity when he sees one… i.e. the business of selling carbon credits. What do you think? I think an inconvenient little truth is the fact that the United Nations is leading a worldwide effort to control more and more of our lives in order to make room for seven billion more people on the planet by 2050.