Exploring Hydrocarbon Depletion
dolanbaker wrote:Joe Bastardi agrees with you, http://www.accuweather.com/video/760914 ... u-cant.asp
meemoe_uk wrote:I'll be spending less time on the forum now.
mos6507 wrote:dolanbaker wrote:Joe Bastardi agrees with you, http://www.accuweather.com/video/760914 ... u-cant.asp
There's a man with an appropriate last name.
mos6507 wrote:dolanbaker wrote:Here is a bit of original research! http://bourabai.narod.ru/landscheidt/new-e.htm
Hmm... "The page cannot be found"
My point exactly.
New Little Ice Age
Instead of Global Warming?
by Dr. Theodor Landscheidt
Schroeter Institute for Research in Cycles of Solar Activity
Klammerfelsweg 5, 93449 Waldmuenchen, Germany
Analysis of the sun's varying activity in the last two millennia indicates that contrary to the IPCC's speculation about man-made global warming as high as 5.8° C within the next hundred years, a long period of cool climate with its coldest phase around 2030 is to be expected. It is shown that minima in the 80 to 90-year Gleissberg cycle of solar activity, coinciding with periods of cool climate on Earth, are consistently linked to an 83-year cycle in the change of the rotary force driving the sun's oscillatory motion about the centre of mass of the solar system. As the future course of this cycle and its amplitudes can be computed, it can be seen that the Gleissberg minimum around 2030 and another one around 2200 will be of the Maunder minimum type accompanied by severe cooling on Earth. This forecast should prove skillful as other long-range forecasts of climate phenomena, based on cycles in the sun's orbital motion, have turned out correct as for instance the prediction of the last three El Niños years before the respective event.
The continuing debate about man-made global warming has reached a crucial stage. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), established by the United Nations and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), no longer publishes well defined “best estimate projections” of global temperature rise to the year 2100 caused by increases in greenhouse gas accumulations in the atmosphere, but publicizes “storylines” to speculate about warming as high as 5.8° C till 2100. The editors of the journal Science (2002), however, comment on the increasing number of publications that point to varying solar activity as a strong factor in climate change: “As more and more wiggles matching the waxing and waning of the sun show up in records of past climate, researchers are grudgingly taking the sun seriously as a factor in climate change. They have included solar variability in their simulations of the past century's warming. And the sun seems to have played a pivotal role in triggering droughts and cold snaps.”
scas wrote:The internet is the best source of information, but only certain sites. Stay away from NASA, IPCC, US military, NOAA, The National Research Council - their agenda is to scam and take over the world. I know it seems that climate change is a recent thing perhaps starting as early as 1988 with the IPCCs formation, but these "scientists" have been trying to scam us since the days of Arrhenius.
Sixstrings wrote:If meteorologists aren't convinced, how can you expect the general public to be? Anyhow in that accuweather link it sure looks like temps are going down to me. The meteorologist says we might be in the steepest decline of temps within our lifetime.
mos6507 wrote:Isn't it funny how Six is as instantly won-over by AGW denialist quackery as V-M is by ancient astronaut quackery, and yet both of them are convinced they are doing their due diligence to separate fact from fiction. You'd think maybe they might actually be starting with their preferred conclusion and then looking for any fringe crackpottery (like obscure russian links from the land of Uri Geller and abiotic oil theory) to back it up?
scas wrote:I see warming, then cooling, then more warming, then more cooling, then more warming. There are some minor distortions from small changes in earths land and atmosphere, you can see this in the small jaggies. We can only conclude that there will be more cooling. After all temperature changes are driven by the sun. These findings are confirmed by my solar cycle chart and by my favorite maverick scientists who don't follow the sheeple and their so called concensus.
Sixstrings wrote: in fact there is no normal only cycles
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