Climate Change Tag

16 Dec 2009 Live Blogging from Copenhagen

The Cornwall Alliance, a credible, quality, and biblically-based stewardship organization, is live blogging the "climate change" conference proceedings from Copenhagen. Check it out here. And check out the Cornwall Alliance website here. One recent blog posting challenges the graphs that are commonly (mis)used to argue for accelerated warming. Click here to read this posting....

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25 Nov 2009 Cooking the Climate Books

Lorne Gunter, National Post, Nov 25, 2009: Last Friday it was revealed that someone as yet unknown had hacked into the computers of the Climate Research Unit (CRU) in Hadley, U.K. The CRU--or Hadley as it is often referred to -- is the source of one of the four main temperature records used by the United Nations and environmentalists to claim that the Earth is on the verge of a global meltdown. It is also home to some of the most prominent climate researchers in the world. [Continue reading this...

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16 Nov 2009 The Copenhagen Treaty

ARPA Note and Action Item: The United Nations (including Canada) are meeting in Copenhagen in December with the purpose of making a treaty to combat climate change. Why has there been so much pressure to come up with a treaty after the failure of Kyoto? One of the motivations behind this movement is using the concern over the environment to advance a form of international socialism in which industrial nations give large sums of money to developing countries because of their "carbon footprint". This sounds like the payment of indulgences for sins of omissions (the state religion being pantheistic humanism). For more information, have a look at the proposed Copenhagen treaty. After reading the article below, please consider writing a note to Prime Minister Harper, Environment Minister Prentice, and your MP, urging them to climb off of the climate change bandwagon.
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19 Aug 2008 Global Warming:Has the Climate Sensitivity Holy Grail Been Found?

from the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation Newsletter, July 12, 2008 [Editor's note: Last summer University of Alabama Senior Research Scientist in climatology Dr. Roy Spencer and co-authors published a paper reporting their findings that (warming) cirrus clouds diminish rather than increasing in response to rising surface temperatures, thus making them a negative rather than a positive feedback, something they estimated could reduce by 75 percent the amount of warming to be expected from doubled CO2 in the atmosphere, since all the computer climate models assumed the opposite.
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