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January 4, 2010

Man-Made Global Warming Alert: Record Cold Grips Europe, North America and Asia

Topics: Climate Change, Climategate, Global Warming, Political News and commentaries

global-warming-al-gore.jpgWhile freezing weather gripps large parts of the United States early this morning - with no relief in sight for the rest of the week, Britain struggles to cope with the freezing weather conditions, other countries throughout the world are also finding themselves in the same predicament. Seoul Korea just experienced the heaviest snowfall in a single day since Korea began conducting meteorological surveys in 1937

This, while new research finds there's been no rise of airborne fraction of carbon dioxide in the past 150 years. As Ed Morrissey points out, if CO2 accounted for 0.04% of the atmosphere in 1860 and 0.04% today, then CO2 isn't a cause of warming - at least not now, and not over the last 150 years, as AGW hysterics claim. And despite the predictions of coupled climate-carbon cycle models, no trend in the airborne fraction can be found.

And Obama's purpose for going to Copenhagen and burdening the American taxpayer with billions in promises was for what purpose?

Little wonder that Rasmussen has Barack Obama's approval ratings continuing to tank. The majority of Americans aren't stupid (discounting of course the grossly uninformed and the progressive-liberal left), with just 34% saying climate change is due primarily to human activity. In fact, more Americans believe in UFOs and ghosts than in anthropogenic (human-caused) global warming.

Climategate Expose' on Finnish TV
Arrogance Defined (Obama agrees to stop global warming, might as well agree to keep earth in its orbit, prevent sun from outbursts, etc.)

Posted by Richard at January 4, 2010 11:05 AM

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