Global temperature stable, warming not a threat

| January 29 2013
Christopher Cook

Those who realize that global warming and “climate change” are more hysteria, hype, and hoax than actual science will not be surprised by that headline. Still, it is essential to provide the data and keep reinforcing the facts:

Stable. S-T-A-B-L-E:





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Team of Ex-NASA scientists concludes no imminent threat from man-made CO2

More counterpunch to Obama’s recent speech.

Rocket scientists -vs- James Hansen, “in God we trust, all others bring data”

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – A group of 20 ex-NASA scientists have concluded that the science used to support the man-made climate change hypothesis is not settled and no convincing physical evidence exists to support catastrophic climate change forecasts.

Beginning in February 2012, the group of scientists calling themselves The Right Climate Stuff (TRCS) team received presentations by scientists representing all sides of the climate change debate and embarked on an in-depth review of a number of climate studies.

Employing a disciplined approach of problem identification and root cause analysis honed from decades of dealing with life threatening safety issues in successfully sending astronauts up through Earth’s atmosphere and returning them safely home, the TRCS team concluded that no imminent threat exists from man-made CO2.

TRCS team is comprised of renowned space scientists with formal educational and decades career involvement in engineering, physics, chemistry, astrophysics, geophysics, geology and meteorology. Many of these scientists have Ph.Ds. All TRCS team members are unpaid volunteers who began the project after becoming dismayed with NASA’s increasing advocacy for alarmist man-made climate change theories . . .

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Don’t let anyone in the AGW cult tell you that they have all the “science” and “facts” on their side.

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