what ever it is it is all our fault and the only solution is population control. From Investors dot com:
The Earth has been warming ever since the end of the Little Ice Age. But guess what: Researchers say mankind is to blame for that, too.
The Little Ice age began in 1500 ad and lasted until 1750 ad and poses a problem for Man-Made Global Warming lunatics. As a result, like all good scientists, researchers and lunatics, The Church of Global Warming generally ignores it.
The Little Ice Age has been a problem for global warmers because it serves as a reminder of how the earth warms and cools naturally over time. It had to be ignored in the calculations that produced the infamous and since-discredited hockey stick graph that showed a sharp rise in warming alleged to be caused by man.
Apparently, the earth was at its optimal temperature before industrialized man showed up and began using more then their fare share of resources.
Then a bunch of nasty old white guys arrived and depopulated the native populations through war and the diseases they brought with them. This led to the large-scale abandonment of agricultural lands. The subsequent reforestation of the continent caused temperatures to drop enough to bring on the Little Ice Age.
Implicit in this research is that the world would be fine if man wasn’t in the way. We either make the world too cold or too hot, a view held by many in high places.
In a speech at Harvard last November, Harvard physicist John Holden, President-elect Obama’s choice to be his science adviser as director of the White House Office of Science and Technology, presented a “top 10” list of warming solutions.
Topping the list was “limiting population,” as if man was a plague upon the earth. This is a major tenet of green dogma that bemoans the fact that the pestilence called mankind comes with cars, factories and overconsumption of fossil fuels and other resources.
Another nagging fact the Church of Global Warming chooses to ignore is the sun’s activity. Sun spot activity seems to have a direct correlation to the earth’s temperature. This explains why temperatures stopped rising in 1998 and fell in 2007 and 2008. Interestingly, these temperature changes were not predicted by global change models but was predictable by the decline of sunspot activity. August of 2008 was the first time since 1913 that the sun had no sunspots.
R. Timothy Patterson, professor of geology and director of the Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Centre of Canada’s Carleton University, says: “I and the first-class scientists I work with are consistently finding excellent correlations between the regular fluctuations of the sun and earthly climate. This is not surprising. The sun and the stars are the ultimate source of energy on this planet.”
No sense letting facts get in the way of a multi-billion dollar fiction.
God help us!