The Anti “Man-Made” Global Warming Resource

FACT: The temperature has only increased 0.6°C in the last 100 years (IPCC)

“There is a clear attempt to establish truth not by scientific methods but by perpetual repetition.” – Richard S. Lindzen, Ph.D. Professor of Meteorology, MIT

With the release of Al Gore’s propaganda movie ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ and with the help of the liberal media establishments the public has been driven into a mass hysteria based not on science but lies. You will learn that there is no scientific proof that man-made CO2 is the cause of the mild 0.6c increase in temperature over the last 100 years, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is not pollution, pollution has nothing to do with global warming, Al Gore and his movie are a fraud, there is no consensus on the cause of global warming, the earth has been warmer in the past then it is today, the land based temperature stations are positively biased, Antarctica is not melting, Arctic sea ice cannot effect sea level, sea levels are rising milimeters not feet, computer climate models are irrelevant, polar bears are not endangered or dying, droughts, hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires are not caused by global warming and there is extensive evidence of natural causes for global warming such as increased solar activity and orbital variations.

Thousands of links debunking the global warming hysteria.

  1. Mastertech says:


    Exxon Secrets is Funded by Greenpeace:

    You lies about the Petition are just that lies:

    “Only one false name has ever appeared on the petition. It was put there by Ozone Action (now Greenpeace USA) and removed immediately thereafter.

    Every listed signer has a university degree in science. The posted listing gives their highest degrees. (MDs were listed only if their underlying degrees were in science.) Thousands of physicists and chemists signed – including about 100 members of the National Academy, about 500 meteorologists and climate scientists, and numerous very eminent people in American science.

    For every signer we have a physical signature mailed to us by first class mail from the signer’s address. No one has been listed who did not actually sign – except the Ozone Action signature, which they sent with false credentials, a false address, and a false signature.”

  2. Mastertech says:

    #7 The North Pole Summer Ice Minimum (lasts a few days) is at it’s lowest level in the last 30 years. The ice grows back completely in the Winter:

    There is no evidence this is caused by man-made CO2 but rather there is evidence this is caused by changes in wind patterns:

  3. Mastertech says:

    #18 Your statement on Species extinction is a myth check the resource to see all the species that thought were extinct but are not.

  4. Mastertech says:

    #19 The resource links to EXTENSIVE scientific sources, including hundreds of Peer-Reviewed papers.

    Meteorology is a sub-field under the Atmospheric Sciences as is Climatology and is closely related.

  5. Mastertech says:

    #20 – You failed to check the resource it lists hundreds of Peer-Reviewed papers:

    #21 – The Hockey Stick has long ago been debunked which is why it does not appear in the AR4 report. It was also debunked in peer-review:

    What is the ‘Hockey Stick’ Debate About?

    Bias and Concealment in the IPCC Process: The “Hockey-Stick” Affair and Its Implications
    (David Holland, Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Numbers 7-8, pp. 951-983, December 2007)

    Hockey sticks, principal components, and spurious significance
    (Stephen McIntyre, Ross McKitrick, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 32, February 2005)

    – Reply to comment by von Storch and Zorita on “Hockey sticks, principal components, and spurious significance”
    (Stephen McIntyre, Ross McKitrick, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 32, October 2005)

    – Reply to comment by Huybers on “Hockey sticks, principal components, and spurious significance”
    (Stephen McIntyre, Ross McKitrick, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 32, October 2005)

    The M&M Critique of the MBH98 Northern Hemisphere Climate Index: Update and Implications

    (Stephen McIntyre, Ross McKitrick, Energy & Environment, Volume 16, Number 1, pp. 69-100, January 2005)

    Corrections to the Mann et al (1998) Proxy Data Base and Northern Hemisphere Average Temperature Series (Stephen McIntyre, Ross McKitrick, Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Number 6, pp. 751-771, November 2003)

  6. Mastertech says:

    Just some of the Peer-Reviewed Papers debunking the hysteria:

    A comparison of tropical temperature trends with model predictions
    (International Journal of Climatology, 5 Dec 2007)
    – David H. Douglass, John R. Christy, Benjamin D. Pearson, S. Fred Singer

    Altitude dependence of atmospheric temperature trends: Climate models versus observation
    (Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 31, L13208, 2004)
    – David H. Douglass, Benjamin D. Pearson, S. Fred Singer

    An assessment of validation experiments conducted on computer models of global climate using the general circulation model of the UK’s Hadley Centre
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 10, Number 5, pp. 491-502, September 1999)
    – R. S. Courtney

    Are observed changes in the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere really dangerous?
    (Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology,v. 50, no. 2, p. 297-327, June 2002)
    – C. R. de Freitas

    Can increasing carbon dioxide cause climate change?
    (Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, Vol. 94, pp. 8335-8342, August 1997)
    – Richard S. Lindzen

    Climate Change – A Natural Hazard
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 215-232(18), May 1, 2003)
    – W. Kininmonth

    Climate change and the world bank: Opportunity for global governance?
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 10, Number 1, pp. 27-50(24), January 1, 1999)
    – S. A. Boehmer-Christiansen

    Climate change: Conflict of observational science, theory, and politics
    (AAPG Bulletin, Vol. 88, no9, pp. 1211-1220, 2004)
    – Lee C. Gerhard

    – Climate change: Conflict of observational science, theory, and politics: Reply
    (AAPG Bulletin, v. 90, no. 3, p. 409-412, March 2006)
    – Lee C. Gerhard

    Climate change in the Arctic and its empirical diagnostics
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 10, Number 5, pp. 469-482, September 1999)
    – V.V. Adamenko, K.Y. Kondratyev, C.A. Varotsos

    Climate Change is Nothing New!
    (New Concepts In Global Tectonics, No. 42, March, 2007)
    – Lance Endersbee

    Climate Change Re-examined
    (Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 723–749, 2007)
    – Joel M. Kauffman

    CO2-induced global warming: a skeptic’s view of potential climate change
    (Climate Research, Vol. 10: 69–82, 1998)
    – Sherwood B. Idso

    Cooling of Atmosphere Due to CO2 Emission
    (Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, Volume 30, Issue 1, pages 1 – 9, January 2008)
    – G. V. Chilingar, L. F. Khilyuk, O. G. Sorokhtin

    Crystal balls, virtual realities and ‘storylines’
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 12, Number 4, pp. 343-349, July 2001)
    – R.S. Courtney

    Dangerous global warming remains unproven
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Number 1, pp. 167-169, January 2007)
    – R.M. Carter

    Does CO2 really drive global warming?
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 12, Number 4, pp. 351-355, July 2001)
    – R.H. Essenhigh

    Does human activity widen the tropics?
    (arXiv:0803.1959v1, Mar 13 2008)
    – Katya Georgieva, Boian Kirov

    Earth’s rising atmospheric CO2 concentration: Impacts on the biosphere
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 12, Number 4, pp. 287-310, July 2001)
    – C.D. Idso

    Environmental Effects of Increased Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
    (Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Volume 12, Number 3, 2007)
    – Arthur B. Robinson, Noah E. Robinson, Willie Soon

    Environmental Effects of Increased Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
    (Climate Research, Vol. 13, Pg. 149–164, October 26 1999)
    – Arthur B. Robinson, Zachary W. Robinson, Willie Soon, Sallie L. Baliunas

    Evidence for “publication Bias” Concerning Global Warming in Science and Nature
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 19, Number 2, pp. 287-301, March 2008)
    – Patrick J. Michaels

    Falsification Of The Atmospheric CO2 Greenhouse Effects Within The Frame Of Physics
    (Physics, arXiv:0707.1161)
    – Gerhard Gerlich, Ralf D. Tscheuschner

    Free speech about climate change
    (Society, Volume 44, Number 4, May, 2007)
    – Christopher Monckton

    Global Climate Models Violate Scaling of the Observed Atmospheric Variability
    (Physical Review Letters, Vol. 89, No. 2, July 8, 2002)
    – R. B. Govindan, Dmitry Vyushin, Armin Bunde, Stephen Brenner, Shlomo Havlin, Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber

    Global Warming
    (Progress in Physical Geography, 27, 448-455, 2003)
    – W. Soon, S. L. Baliunas

    Global Warming: The Social Construction of A Quasi-Reality?
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Number 6, pp. 805-813, November 2007)
    – Dennis Ambler

    Global warming and the mining of oceanic methane hydrate
    (Topics in Catalysis, Volume 32, Numbers 3-4, pp. 95-99, March 2005)
    – Chung-Chieng Lai, David Dietrich, Malcolm Bowman

    Global Warming: Forecasts by Scientists Versus Scientific Forecasts
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Numbers 7-8, pp. 997-1021, December 2007)
    – Keston C. Green, J. Scott Armstrong

    Global Warming: Myth or Reality? The Actual Evolution of the Weather Dynamics
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 297-322, May 2003)
    – M. Leroux

    Global Warming: the Sacrificial Temptation
    (arXiv:0803.1239v1, Mar 10 2008)
    – Serge Galam

    Global warming: What does the data tell us?
    (arXiv:physics/0210095v1, Oct 23 2002)
    – E. X. Alban, B. Hoeneisen

    Greenhouse effect in semi-transparent planetary atmospheres
    (IdŰjárás, vol. 111, no1, pp. 1-40, 2007)
    – Ferenc M. Miskolczi

    Human Contribution to Climate Change Remains Questionable
    (Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Volume 80, Issue 16, p. 183-183, April 20, 1999)
    – S. Fred Singer

    Industrial CO2 emissions as a proxy for anthropogenic influence on lower tropospheric temperature trends
    (Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 31, L05204, 2004)
    – A. T. J. de Laat, A. N. Maurellis

    Implications of the Secondary Role of Carbon Dioxide and Methane Forcing in Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future
    (Physical Geography, Volume 28, Number 2, pp. 97-125(29), March 2007)
    – Soon, Willie

    Is a Richer-but-warmer World Better than Poorer-but-cooler Worlds?
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Numbers 7-8, pp. 1023-1048, December 2007)
    – Indur M. Goklany

    Key Aspects of Global Climate Change
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 15, Number 3, pp. 469-503(35), July 1, 2004)
    – Ya. K. Kondratyev

    Methodology and Results of Calculating Central California Surface Temperature Trends: Evidence of Human-Induced Climate Change?
    (Journal of Climate, Volume: 19 Issue: 4, February 2006)
    – Christy, J.R., W.B. Norris, K. Redmond, K. Gallo

    Modeling climatic effects of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions: unknowns and uncertainties
    (Climate Research, Vol. 18: 259–275, 2001)
    – Willie Soon, Sallie Baliunas, Sherwood B. Idso, Kirill Ya. Kondratyev, Eric S. Posmentier

    – Modeling climatic effects of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions: unknowns and uncertainties. Reply to Risbey (2002)
    (Climate Research, Vol. 22: 187–188, 2002)
    – Willie Soon, Sallie Baliunas, Sherwood B. Idso, Kirill Ya. Kondratyev, Eric S. Posmentier

    – Modeling climatic effects of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions: unknowns and uncertainties. Reply to Karoly et al.
    (Climate Research, Vol. 24: 93–94, 2003)
    – Willie Soon, Sallie Baliunas, Sherwood B. Idso, Kirill Ya. Kondratyev, Eric S. Posmentier

    Multi-scale analysis of global temperature changes and trend of a drop in temperature in the next 20 years
    (Springer Wien, Volume 95, January, 2007)
    – Lin Zhen-Shan, Sun Xian

    New Little Ice Age Instead of Global Warming?
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 327-350, 1 May 2003)
    – Landscheidt T.

    Oceanic influences on recent continental warming
    (Climate Dynamics, 2008)
    – G.P. Compo, P.D. Sardeshmukh

    On a possibility of estimating the feedback sign of the Earth climate system
    (Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences: Engineering. Vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 260-268. Sept. 2007)
    – Olavi Kamer

    On global forces of nature driving the Earth’s climate. Are humans involved?
    (Environmental Geology, Volume 50, Number 6, August 2006)
    – L. F. Khilyuk and G. V. Chilingar

    On the credibility of climate predictions
    (Hydrological Sciences Journal, 53 (4), 671-684, 2008)
    – D. Koutsoyiannis, A. Efstratiadis, N. Mamassis, and A. Christofides

    Phanerozoic Climatic Zones and Paleogeography with a Consideration of Atmospheric CO2 Levels
    (Paleontological Journal, 2: 3-11, 2003)
    – A. J. Boucot, Chen Xu, C. R. Scotese

    Potential Biases in Feedback Diagnosis from Observational Data: A Simple Model Demonstration
    (Journal of Climate, 2008)
    – Roy W. Spencer, William D. Braswell

    Quantifying the influence of anthropogenic surface processes and inhomogeneities on gridded global climate data
    (Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 112, D24S09, 2007)
    – Ross R. McKitrick, Patrick J. Michaels

    Quantitative implications of the secondary role of carbon dioxide climate forcing in the past glacial-interglacial cycles for the likely future climatic impacts of anthropogenic greenhouse-gas forcings
    (arXiv:0707.1276, July 2007)
    – Soon, Willie

    Scientific Consensus on Climate Change?
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 19, Number 2, pp. 281-286, March 2008)
    – Klaus-Martin Schulte

    Seductive Simulations? Uncertainty Distribution Around Climate Models
    (Social Studies of Science, Vol. 35, No. 6, 895-922, 2005)
    – Myanna Lahsen

    Some Coolness Concerning Global Warming
    (Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 71, Issue 3, pp. 288–299, March 1990)
    – Richard S. Lindzen

    Some examples of negative feedback in the Earth climate system
    (Central European Journal of Physics, Volume 3, Number 2, June 2005)
    – Olavi Kärner

    Statistical analysis does not support a human influence on climate
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 13, Number 3, pp. 329-331, July 2002)
    – S. Fred Singer

    Taking GreenHouse Warming Seriously
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Numbers 7-8, pp. 937-950, December 2007)
    – Richard S. Lindzen

    Temperature trends in the lower atmosphere
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 17, Number 5, pp. 707-714, September 2006)
    – Vincent Gray

    Temporal Variability in Local Air Temperature Series Shows Negative Feedback
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Numbers 7-8, pp. 1059-1072, December 2007)
    – Olavi Kärner

    The carbon dioxide thermometer and the cause of global warming
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 10, Number 1, pp. 1-18(18), January 1, 1999)
    – N. Calder

    The cause of global warming
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 11, Number 6, pp. 613-629, November 1, 2000)
    – Vincent Gray

    The Fraud Allegation Against Some Climatic Research of Wei-Chyung Wang
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Numbers 7-8, pp. 985-995, December 2007)
    – Douglas J. Keenan

    The continuing search for an anthropogenic climate change signal: Limitations of correlation-based approaches
    (Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 24, No. 18, Pages 2319–2322, 1997)
    – David R. Legates, Robert E. Davis

    The “Greenhouse Effect” as a Function of Atmospheric Mass
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 351-356, 1 May 2003)
    – H. Jelbring

    The Interaction of Climate Change and the Carbon Dioxide Cycle
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 16, Number 2, pp. 217-238, March 2005)
    – A. Rörsch, R. Courtney, D. Thoenes

    The IPCC Emission Scenarios: An Economic-Statistical Critique
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 14, Numbers 2-3, pp. 159-185(27), May 1, 2003)
    – I. Castles, D. Henderson

    The IPCC future projections: are they plausible?
    (Climate Research, Vol. 10: 155–162, August 1998)
    – Vincent Gray

    The IPCC: Structure, Processes and Politics Climate Change – the Failure of Science
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 18, Numbers 7-8, pp. 1073-1078, December 2007)
    – William J.R. Alexander

    The UN IPCC’s Artful Bias: Summary of Findings: Glaring Omissions, False Confidence and Misleading Statistics in the Summary for Policymakers
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 13, Number 3, pp. 311-328, July 2002)
    – Wojick D. E.

    “The Wernerian syndrome”; aspects of global climate change; an analysis of assumptions, data, and conclusions
    (Environmental Geosciences, v. 3, no. 4, p. 204-210, December 1996)
    – Lee C. Gerhard

    Uncertainties in assessing global warming during the 20th century: disagreement between key data sources
    (Energy & Environment, Volume 17, Number 5, pp. 685-706, September 2006)
    – Maxim Ogurtsov, Markus Lindholm

    Why Is Climate Sensitivity So Unpredictable?
    (Science, Vol. 318, no. 5850, pp. 629 – 632, October 2007)
    – Gerard H. Roe, Marcia B. Baker

  7. Mastertech says:

    The last comment was for #77 not #7

    #80 – Yes CO2 is a greenhouse gas and yes it has increased due to humans but the real question is how much and what actual effect will it have. The science does not justify the hysteria:

    – Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a minor greenhouse gas.
    – Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels in the atmosphere have risen from 0.028% to 0.038% over the past 100 years.
    – Ice core records show Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels lag behind Temperature changes by 600-1000 years.
    – Carbon Dioxide (CO2) did not end the last Ice Age.
    – Humans can only claim responsibility for 3.4% of the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted to the atmosphere annually.
    – Humans can only claim responsibility for 0.28% of the greenhouse effect.

    Cold Facts on Global Warming:

    “What is the contribution of anthropogenic carbon dioxide to global warming? This question has been the subject of many heated arguments, and a great deal of hysteria. …we will consider a simple calculation, based on well-accepted facts, that shows that the expected global temperature increase caused by doubling atmospheric carbon dioxide levels is bounded by an upper limit of 1.4-2.7 degrees centigrade. This result contrasts with the results of the IPCC’s climate models, whose projections are shown to be unrealistically high. […] At the current rate of increase, CO2 will not double its current level until 2255.”

  8. Mastertech says:

    #85 I have researched this far more than Misanthropic Scott. Here is some light reading:

    Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years, Updated and Expanded Edition (Dennis T. Avery, S. Fred Singer, 2008)

    A Primer on CO2 and Climate (Howard C. Hayden, 2007)
    An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming (Nigel Lawson, 2008)
    Carbon Folly (Donn Dears, 2008)
    Catastrophe? A New Theory As To The Cause of Global Warming (Keith Foster, 2006)
    Chicken Little Agenda: Debunking “Experts'” Lies (Robert G. Williscroft, 2006)
    Climate Change: A Natural Hazard (William Kininmonth, 2004)
    Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn’t Worry about Global Warming (Thomas Moore, 1998)
    Climate Confusion: How Global Warming Leads to Bad Science, Pandering politicians and Misguided Policies that Hurt the Poor (Roy Spencer, 2008)
    Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist’s Guide to Global Warming, UK (The full 368 pages version) (Bjørn Lomborg, 2007)
    Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist’s Guide to Global Warming (Bjørn Lomborg, 2007)
    Earth Report 2000: Revisiting the True State of the Planet (Ronald Bailey, 1999)
    Environmental Gore: A Constructive Response to Earth in the Balance (John A. Baden, 1995)
    Food Climate and Carbon Dioxide: The Global Environment and World Food Production (Sylvan H. Wittwer, 1995)
    Global Climate Change: Human and Natural Influences (S. Fred Singer, 1989)
    Global Warming: A Guide to the Science (Willie Soon, 2002)
    Global Warming and Other Eco Myths (Ronald Bailey, 2002)
    Global Warming in a Politically Correct Climate: How Truth Became Controversial (Mihkel M. Mathiesen, 2004)
    Global Warming – Myth or Reality? (Marcel Leroux, 2005)
    Global Warming: The Truth Behind the Myth (Michael L. Parsons, 1995)
    Hot Talk Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate (S. Fred Singer, 1999)
    Human Impacts on Weather and Climate (William R. Cotton, Roger A. Pielke Sr., 2007)
    Ice Ages: Solving the Mystery (John Imbrie, Katherine Palmer Imbrie, 2005)
    It’s the Sun, Not Your SUV: Co2 Will Not Destroy The Earth (John Zyrkowski, 2007)
    Man-Made Global Warming: Unravelling a Dogma (Hans Labohm, Simon Rozendaal, Dick Thoenes, 2004)
    Maunder Minimum: And the Variable Sun-Earth Connection (Willie Soon, Steven H. Yaskell, 2004)
    Meltdown: The Predictable Distortion of Global Warming by Scientists, Politicians, and the Media (Patrick J. Michaels, 2004)
    Not by Fire but by Ice (Robert W. Felix, 1999)
    Scared to Death: From BSE to Global Warming: Why Scares are Costing Us the Earth (Christopher Booker, Richard North, 2007)
    Shattered Consensus: The True State of Global Warming (Patrick J. Michaels, 2005)
    Sound and Fury: The Science and Politics of Global Warming (Patrick J. Michaels, 1992)
    Taken By Storm: The Troubled Science, Policy and Politics of Global Warming (Christopher Essex, Ross McKitrick, 2003)
    The Chilling Stars: A New Theory of Climate Change (Henrik Svensmark, 2007)
    The Deniers: The World Renowned Scientists Who Stood Up Against Global Warming Hysteria, Political Persecution, and Fraud (Lawrence Solomon, 2008)
    The Future of Everything: The Science of Prediction (David Orrell, 2006)
    The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of Climate Change (Vincent Gray, 2004)
    The Greenhouse Trap: Why the greenhouse effect will not end life on earth (John L Daly, 1989)
    The Heated Debate: Greenhouse Predictions Versus Climate Reality (Robert C. Balling, 1993)
    The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming (and Environmentalism) (Christopher C. Horner, 2007)
    The Role of the Sun in Climate Change (Douglas V. Hoyt, Kenneth H. Schatten, 1997)
    The Satanic Gases: Clearing the Air about Global Warming (Patrick J. Michaels, Robert C. Balling, 2000)
    The Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World (Bjørn Lomborg, 2001)
    Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years (Dennis T. Avery, S. Fred Singer, 2007)
    Useless Arithmetic: Why Environmental Scientists Can’t Predict the Future (Orrin H. Pilkey, Linda Pilkey-Jarvis, 2006)

  9. Mastertech says:

    #93 – Actually the amount if rather small:

    – Humans can only claim responsibility for 3.4% of the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted to the atmosphere annually.

    #98 – I have proven there are hundreds of Peer-Reviewed papers supporting skepticism of AGW.

    The real question is why you cannot make your case without Greenpeace funded sites.

  10. Mastertech says:

    #110 – Simple question what benefit do the hundreds of thousands of oil company workers and there families get from “destroying the planet”. What good would all that “profit” do if there is not place to spend it? Your lack of logic is astounding.

  11. Mastertech says:

    #112 – Could you please provide real evidence for “Dick Cheney’s secret energy cabal” and how he controls the worlds oil. That would be quite a feat considering 80% of the worlds oil reserves are controlled by National Companies of other countries. Interesting how Dick Cheney is so powerful that he controls dozens of countries around the world including, Iran, Russia and Venezuela.

  12. Mastertech says:

    Here is a video everyone needs to see:

    20/20: Give Me a Break: Global Warming:

  13. Mastertech says:

    #144 – I have no problem with burning carbon for energy. It is essential for our economy. Contrary to popular belief while our hydrocarbon use has increased air quality has also increased:

    – The United States has sharply reduced air pollution levels, despite large increases in nominally “polluting” activities
    – Areas in the United States with the highest pollution levels have improved the most
    – Air quality in the United States will continue to improve
    – Regulators and environmental activists exaggerate air pollution levels and obscure positive trends in the United States
    – Air pollution affects far fewer people, far less often, and with far less severity than is commonly believed.

    Air Quality in America,filter.all/book_detail.asp

    There is nothing anytime soon that can come close to Hydrocarbon energy and people who think otherwise are delusional. Only Nuclear Power can offer a realistic alternative to coal and natural gas for electrical generation but this will not replace oil for transportation. Maybe someday hydrogen will become viable when oil becomes too expensive but the environmentalist delusional fantasies of using wind, solar and biofuels don’t even come close to reality. These sort of “solutions” are a cruel joke being pushed on an uneducated public.

  14. Mastertech says:

    It is also a Myth that we are running out of oil:

  15. b0bMW says:

    Anyone remember a few years back all the science pointed to smoking cig’s causing cancer. There was also then a number of scientists in the employment of large tobacco companies that were arguing the contrary. Same thing now. There are also the ostrich’s with their heads in the sand grasping for any contrary view to Global Warming and wanting to maintain their excessive carbon generating lifestyle.
    Do a Google on “Ocean Acidification” and have a read of the independently funded science. Don’t read the summaries by non-scientists or journo’s. Go get a science education an make up your own mind.

  16. Headsup says:

    Mastertech, is the quote on your page intended to be ironic?

    “There is a clear attempt to establish truth not by scientific methods but by perpetual repetition.”

    The page is being posted by yourself all over the internet under various names: Mastertech, PopularTech, Poptech, Andrew… and then sections of the page are cut and pasted in reply to comments.

  17. CommieRepublican says:

    All debate can be summarised with a simple example. Would any of the “so called” sceptics buy land or invest on property that is sold very cheap today but if Global warming or climate change would “sink” em under sea? ….Prove it by buying hotels in Mauritius/Madives and other endangered areas (Everglades too) or as Pops said: STFU Money talks bullshit walks.!


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