Comments on: Climate change, not people, killed cave bears Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: Pete in Northwest Sat, 29 Nov 2008 06:39:30 +0000 Atmospheric modeling has for decades predicted what we are now witnessing. Sunspot enthusiasts were not predicting warming before the fact, but now attempt to fit their willful ignorance to the evidence.
Any model will show that there OUGHT to be warming with increased CO2 and other gas concentrations in our atmosphere.
The burden of proof is with the deceivers on the far right to explain how the Earth should not be warming with these increased concentrations.

By: Pyran Thu, 27 Nov 2008 08:27:17 +0000 The sunspot cycle is 11-years and definitely doesn’t account for the rate of global warming. Anyone saying otherwise is either ignorant, deceptive, or both.

The amount of of global warming that is anthropogenic is still under some scientific scrutiny, though consensus is the vast majority of it. Regardless, by the time the debate on the portion of the blame is fully settled, it will be too late to take action- so best to make hay when the sun shines rather than counting on the minority weather report to be right. The sooner we take action the better our chances of mitigating the effects.

By: p Wed, 26 Nov 2008 17:40:23 +0000 Amazingly, we humans are not the reason for climate change, or as they used to call it, global warming. We now know that the sun, not humans, is the cause for the recent changes in earth’s climate. Sunspots, which were very active over the last half century, are now in an inactive period. This is not good for humans, but is NOT caused by humans.

When are people going to wake up to the “Climate Change” scam being perpetrated by the left? Climate guilt is stupid, counterproductive and a drag on our global economy. Yet, even today, after all the scientific data pointing in the opposite direction, these very same fanatics are still trying to siphon off trillions of needed dollars to stop what is impossible to stop; the sun’s affect on our planet.