I’VE GOT YOUR CLIMATE CHANGE: 25 Pics That Show Our Current Hysteria Is Cuckoo

Published on May 30, 2014

Why should American taxpayers spend billions, if not trillions, of dollars fighting a quixotic crusade to keep the planet’s climate from changing?

Man’s activities play but a small part in the global scope of things, and 25 graphs show that to be the case.

1. Carbon Dioxide Levels Were Previously Much Higher & Yet Life Survived

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Temperatures rise and fall in the long historical picture regardless of CO2 levels. In fact, CO2 levels are fairly low right now compared to life-flourishing eras.

2. Modern History Shows Similar Temps in Medieval Warm Period

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Forget the “hockey stick” graph the IPCC whipped out to stoke fears of a global apocalypse; such warming is not unprecedented.

3. More About the Medieval Warm Period

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Before the Industrial Revolution took hold, there was a period of warming that allowed the Vikings to more easily explore the North Atlantic and settle Greenland. Other historical studies, some based on tree-ring data, suggest a similar period of warming in Roman times.

4. Graph from 1990 IPCC contrasted with 2001 IPCC Report

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The 1990 figure 7c that was subsequently “disappeared” from succeeding IPCC reports followed by the infamous “hockey stick.”

5. Carbon Dioxide’s Contribution to “Thermal Forcing” (Also Dubbed the “Greenhouse Effect”)

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Mankind has about zero control over the volume of atmospheric water vapor, which is about 90% to 95% (varies by location) of what is commonly referred to as the “greenhouse effect.”

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