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« on: August 26, 2011, 08:19:00 AM »

In 1998, anticipating he'd be leading a path-breaking experiment into the sun's role in global warming, he made the mistake of stating that the sun and cosmic rays "will probably be able to account for somewhere between a half and the whole of the increase in the Earth's temperature that we have seen in the last century." Global warming, he theorized, may be part of a natural cycle in the Earth's temperature.  thou shalt not doubt the deity of the gore particle.

And the funding approval for Dr. Kirkby's path-breaking experiment -- seemingly a sure thing when he first announced his proposal-- was put on ice. thou shalt not doubt the deity of the gore particle.

Dr. Kirkby was also stunned because his institute is CERN, and science performed at CERN had never before seemed so vulnerable to whims of government funders.thou shalt not doubt the deity of the gore particle.

The world of climate science, in contrast, is all but ignoring the breakthroughs in climate knowledge that CERN is about to reveal.thou shalt not doubt the deity of the gore particle.

The IPCC draft report (global warming supporters) ranks the sun as an all-but-irrelevant factor in climate change. funniest line in whole report.

Oddly, the IPCC report -- now circulating in draft form -- has in effect decided not to wait for CERN's findings.  no kidding.

continually, it's more important to be politically correct, and don't point out the obvious, like more equal doesn't mean equal.

"The generation that told us to question authority, has now become the Authority we cannot question!"


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