Thursday, August 23, 2007

The Past and Future of Climate by Australia's David Archibald

"The Past and Future of Climate" by Australia's David Archibald predicts global cooling, and is at least as convincing as Al Gore's.

Here's the summary:

1. The Sun drives climate change and it will be colder next decade by 2.0 degrees centigrade.

2. The anthropogenic carbon dioxide effect is real, minuscule, and too small to be measured.

3. Higher atmospheric carbon dioxide levels will boost agricultural production.

4. Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide is wholly beneficial.

Presumably, Mr. Archibald will not be receiving much in the way of government funding for future studies.

If you have the time, check out the whole article -- it's very readable, takes about 15 minutes, and can be found at:

1 comment:

GDW said...

It's probably surly to point this out, but I haven't seen this report mentioned in the MSM yet. Wrong story angle? Gone off global warming? But balance, people, balance: think back to J school 101; the prof must have mentioned it, even if he snickered through every single word.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"