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Cosmic Rays Cause Global Warming–Not!

By Joe Romm on March 9, 2007 at 11:46 am

"Cosmic Rays Cause Global Warming–Not!"

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For a detailed debunking of one of the last refuges of the global warming denyers, check out realclimate.org.

And more dynamic debunking of the disinformation deluge of the dastardly denyers can be found here.

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4 Responses to Cosmic Rays Cause Global Warming–Not!

  1. Peter says:

    Are you really unable to engage in civil discourse without labeling your competition “dastardly?” It’s no better than when they do it, and it makes you look petty and your position look weak. Counter their arguments on scientific grounds, not ad hominem ones.

  2. Joe says:

    1. Lighten up.
    2. They aren’t “competition”–they are a coordinated disinformation campaign aimed at sowing doubt and confusion. I directed people to a website that countered their disinformation on scientific grounds.
    3. Did I mention to lighten up?

  3. Peter says:

    Don’t tell me to lighten up. There’s no reason why you can’t be civil. Name calling is shallow and petty. It appears like you never left junior high school.

  4. Fernando says:

    Dear Joe, your speech resemble Bid Laden’s or a president that put shame on the democratic world “or you are with me or you belong to the evil”.
    Show some respect to Henrik Svensmark; a scientist looking for the truth.
    He always uses words like “may be” or “it is possible”. He acknowledge he is working to prove a theory and that the anthropogenic climate change “might be smaller than other climatologist beleive”, I respect the modesty of a scientific mind.
    On the other side, same of the CO2 supporters believe in it as a holly truth and condemn whoever opposes them as the Inquisition did with Galileo.
    Most recently every scientist except Einstein believed that Newton law was perfect, that was truly as you claim to support your thesis “the vast majority”, however they were wrong.