August 19, 2009

Skeptics From Around the Globe


Burt Rutan-Aerospace Engineer
The problem is that scientists, no matter how good they are, don’t know how to predict and model cloud formation and precipitation. As the temperatures were going up from 1970-98, precipitation was going up. As the temperatures started dropping since 1998, precipitation has gone down.....CO2 is plant food, not a pollutant. It’s been 20 times as high as it now. If you have a 1.2 percent increase in cloud formation and precipitation, it offsets a 100 percent increase of CO2 in the atmosphere.”


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