Is Global Warming a Myth?
Global warming is a hot topic and has been for the last few decades. It became more serious with the Kyoto Protocol which was adopted in 1997, where 191 countries agreed to limit and reduce their emission of greenhouse gases. And then the carbon credit was invented, where each country would have a specific number of credits to use in terms of carbon emissions. And a stock market exchange started where companies and countries would sell and buy carbon credits. Which makes you wonder if all of this was again just a money game from which many were profiting.
Professor Alfred P. Sloan of MIT in a recent article suggested that the scientists supporting global warming in an alarming way get funds and support, while any scientist with a different opinion is intimidated, sees their grant funds disappear, their work diminished and even lose their position. We do not say that the emission levels of CO2 haven’t increase, we say that the increase doesn’t constitute a global warming and doesn’t justify the alarming attitude that is created. So again is money the motivation or fear of the global warming movement?
Recently a draft of a U.N. climate change report was leaked showing that all temperature models the United Nations used from 1990 to 2012 overestimated the warming of the earth during that time.
The conclusions are yours.
By John Black