Thursday, July 21, 2011

The Global Warming Farce: The Next Climate Debate Bombshell

Back on September 5th, 2010, I put out an article that showed some real interesting material for the Global Warming debate that flies in the faces of the scam artists in the Global Warming camp.   Here is the link to that article:   In that article, I presented the video: "Cloud Mystery", that put forward the very interesting and very logical idea that  Cosmic Rays were one of the major factors in affecting Climate change due to their ability to generate cloud cover.

Well, almost a year later, it seems that the scientists behind the theory of Cosmic Rays causing Global climate change, and myself for that matter, have been vindicated!  According to the following article from the Canadian Free Press online news service, at, it appears that the particle study laboratory in Europe, CERN, is about to release a report that Cosmic Rays do indeed create cloud cover on Earth (!), and thus help to explain how the Earth goes through its NATURAL heating and cooling cycles.  Here first is that Canadian Free Press article for you to view:

The next climate debate bombshell

 - Dennis Avery  Tuesday, July 19, 2011 
Get ready for the next big bombshell in the man-made warming debate. The world’s most sophisticated particle study laboratory—CERN in Geneva—will soon announce that more cosmic rays do, indeed, create more clouds in earth’s atmosphere. More cosmic rays mean a cooler planet. Thus, the solar source of the earth’s long, moderate 1,500-year climate cycle will finally be explained. 

Cosmic rays and solar winds are interesting phenomena—but they are vastly more relevant when an undocumented theory is threatening to quadruple society’s energy costs. The IPCC wants $10 gasoline, and “soaring” electric bills to reduce earth’s temperatures by an amount too tiny to measure with most thermometers.

In 2007, when Fred Singer and I published Unstoppable Global Warming Every 1,500 Years, we weren’t terribly concerned with cosmic rays. We knew the natural, moderate warming/cooling cycle was real, from the evidence in ice cores, seabed sediments, fossil pollen and cave stalagmites. The cycle was the big factor that belied the man-made warming hysteria of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

When Willi Dansgaard and Hans Oeschger discovered the 1,500 year cycle in the Greenland ice cores in 1984, they knew immediately that it was solar-powered. They’d seen exactly the same cycle in the carbon 14 molecules in trees, and in the beryllium 10 molecules in ice cores. Both sets of molecules are formed when cosmic rays strike our atmosphere. The cycle had produced a whole series of dramatic, abrupt Medieval-Warming-to-Little-Ice-Age climate changes.

The IPCC, for its part, announced that the sun could not be the forcing factor in any major climate change because the solar irradiation was too small. IPCC did not, however, add up the other solar variations that could amplify the solar irradiation. Nor had the IPCC programmed its famed computer models with the knowledge of the Medieval Warming (950–1200 AD), the Roman Warming (200 BC–600 AD), or the big Holocene Warmings centered on 6,000 and 8,000 BC.

The IPCC apparently wanted to dismiss the sun as a climate factor—to leave room for a CO2 factor that has only a 22 percent correlation with our past thermometer record. Correlation is not causation—but the lack of CO2 correlation is deadly to the IPCC theory.

Henrik Svensmark of the Danish Space Research Institute added the next chapter in the climate cycle story, just before our book was published. His cloud chamber experiment showed natural cosmic rays quickly created vast numbers of tiny “cloud seeds” when our mix of atmospheric gases was bombarded with ultra-violet light. Since clouds often cover 30 percent of the earth’s surface, a moderate change in cloud cover clearly could explain the warming/cooling cycle.

Svensmark noted the gigantic “solar wind” that expands when the sun is active—and thus blocks many of the cosmic rays that would otherwise hit the earth’s atmosphere. When the sun weakens, the solar wind shrinks. Recently, the U.S. Solar Observatory reported a very long period of “quiet sun” and predicted 30 years of cooling.

Last year, Denmark’s University of Aarhus did another experiment with a particle accelerator that fully confirmed the Svensmark hypothesis: cosmic rays help to make more clouds and thus could cool the earth.
The CERN experiment is supposed to be the big test of the Svensmark theory. It’s a tipoff, then, that CERN’s boss, Rolf-Dieter Heuer, has just told the German magazine Die Welt that he has forbidden his researchers to “interpret” the forthcoming test results. In other words, the CERN report will be a stark “just the facts” listing of the findings. Those findings must support Svensmark, or Heuer would never have issued such a stifling order on a major experiment.

Stay tuned.

NTS Notes:  I do remember back in my Physics classes a long time ago back in my College days, an experiment where a large chamber was filled with water vapour, and we would watch and after a time period small streaks of visible vapour would almost magically appear within the chamber.... Many of the instructors stated that these streaks were most probably caused by Cosmic Rays hitting the water vapour, exciting the molecules of the vapour in the chamber,  and creating small wisps of clouds as a result!!!!!!   Gee... And only now the CERN laboratory may be coming to the conclusion that Cosmic Rays generate clouds that cause a cooling effect on this planet???? What took them so long?

It does appear again that real science is coming to the forefront, and wins again in the battle against the Global Warming nuts.   And again this may finally vindicate the critically thinking scientists who pushed forward the hypothesis that the Earth's cycles of hot and cold periods may be linked to our planet going through periods of high Cosmic Ray activity, as shown in the "Cloud Mystery" documentary.

More to come


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