Climate in perspective

Climate Change in Perspective
by Jonathan DuHamel

The information in this essay is gleaned from the scientific literature. The data show that the current warming is not unusual, but part of a natural cycle; that greenhouse gases are not significant drivers of climate; that human emissions of carbon dioxide are insignificant when compared to natural emissions of greenhouse gases; and that many predictions by climate modelers and hyped by the media are simply wrong. There is no physical evidence showing that human carbon dioxide emissions have a significant effect on global temperature. Carbon dioxide is vital to life on earth and current atmospheric levels are dangerously low. Therefore, political policy to cut greenhouse gases will have no measurable effect on temperature but will greatly harm the economy by controlling energy use and production.

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Climate Change in Perspective 2015