Writing at Town Hall today, Bruce Bialosky offers eight common sense arguments/ rebuttals to “climate change” presumptions.
Apart from the existence of purposely phonied up data, we think item six is particularly compelling as a rejoinder to all the confidence and “settled science nonsense we here about climate change / global warming. Two key points are made within it.
6. Hottest Years on Record – I am sure you recently heard that 2016 was the hottest year on record. They will cite 16 of the 17 warmest years have been in this century. But did you know that the survey they cite goes back a total of 136 years. And the earth is 4.5 billion years old. I don’t know about you, but I really don’t trust the temperature measurements done in the 19th century. In fact, I trust them very little until after 1950. Stating these are the hottest years on record means exactly what? And did you know that the increase last year, which was affected by El Nino, was .04 degrees Celsius. That means if everything continued on with similar increases it would take 25 years to increase one degree.
The above paragraph is worth memorizing. Bialosky also makes important points about:
- Climate Change Deniers
- Global Warming vs. Climate Change
- Discrediting Opponents
- Settled Science ( a contradiction in terms)
- Funding Sources (corruption)
- The Climate Models (made to fit the desired outcome but still not reliable)
- Rigged Numbers (garbage in, garbage out)