Today: 21.Aug.2017

Uli Weber, Geophysiker und Publizist: Jede wissenschaftliche Theorie und jedes wissenschaftliche Theorem kann durch einen einzigen schlüssigen Gegenbeweis widerlegt werden. Und jetzt stellen Sie sich einmal vor, sie hätten einen ganz eklatanten Widerspruch in einer wichtigen physikalischen Berechnung entdeckt, der die Welt, so wie sie uns erklärt wird, nachhaltig verändern würde – oder besser ausgedrückt, Sie glauben entdeckt zu haben, dass es gar nicht notwendig wäre, unsere Welt durch eine Dekarbonisierung bis zum Jahre 2100 vor einer menschengemachten Klimakatastrophe zu retten.

Sarah Kaplan, The Washington Post: About 700 million years ago, Earth turned into a snowball. The polar ice sheets expanded until they engulfed the globe. The oceans turned to slush. The vast expanses of ice and snow reflected the sun's light back into space, exacerbating the endless winter. Temporary relief came in the form of massive volcanic eruptions, which spewed carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and triggered a period of global warming. But that, too, spiraled out of control. Earth became a greenhouse — its oceans hot enough to cook their inhabitants, its blighted landscape further ravaged by floods. Then, suddenly, something about the shifting continents or ash-darkened skies prompted the planet to cool again. The snowball returned.

Paul Driessen is senior policy analyst for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (www.CFACT.org) and author of Eco-Imperialism: Green power - Black death. Worry less about manmade climate cataclysms – and more about cataclysms caused by policies promoted in the name of controlling Earth’s climate. Don’t force-feed us with today’s substandard, subsidized, pseudo-sustainable, pseudo-renewable energy systems. When better, more efficient, more practical energy technologies are developed, they will replace fossil fuels. Until then, we would be crazy to go down the primrose path to renewable energy utopia.

Published in Energy Tomorrow

Dr. Curry a world renowned and academically honored climatologist and former chair of the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology discussed political attacks she has been subjected to that started when she began to question the tactics of climate alarmist “consensus” following the revelations brought into the light by Climategate which clearly displayed the lack of transparency and openness present in mainstream climate science.

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