Posted by: Grant | October 25, 2011

Mark Morano On The Collapse Of AGW

Mark Morano has been saving links – just in case you don’t believe him!

Climate Depot’s A-Z Scientific Reality Check   Mark Morano
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

“The Antarctic sea ice extent has been at or near record extent in the past few summers, the Arctic–Get-the-latest-peerreviewed-studies-and-analysis has rebounded in recent years since the low point in 2007, polar bears  are thriving , sea level is not showing acceleration and is actually dropping , Cholera and Malaria are failing to follow global warming predictions, Mount Kilimanjaro melt fears are being made a mockery by gains in snow cover , global temperatures have been holding steady–Even-NASAs-Hansen-admits-it-is-not-particularly-important–Prof-mocks-hottest-decade-claim-as-a-joke for a decade or more, deaths due to extreme weather are radically declining, global tropical cyclone activity is near historic lows, the frequency of major U.S. hurricanes has declined , the oceans are missing their predicted heat,%20Latest%20NOAA%20Data%20Shows content, big tornados have dramatically declined since the 1970s, droughts are not historically unusual nor caused by mankind , there is no evidence we are currently having unusual weather , scandals continue to rock the climate fear movement, the UN IPCC has been exposed as being a hotbed of environmental activists and scientists continue to dissent–Challenge-UN-IPCC–Gore at a rapid pace.”

His piece in the Washington Examiner…

Scientific case for man-made global warming fears is dead
By:Marc Morano | 10/23/11 8:05 PM
OpEd Contributor


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