June 29, 2009


Letters to the Editor and other People Speak

FROM- Indy Star

Earth only going through normal warming cycles

Most will and should agree that the debate is over about whether climate change is real ("Climate change hits home," June 25). Scientists have known for many years that the Earth goes through warming and cooling cycles. Scientists agree that we are currently in an interglacial period. A few hundred years ago, during the Dark Ages, the Earth cooled. Before that, Vikings grew crops in Greenland. There have been many studies that prove the Earth's climate is always changing. Scientists agree that it is always getting either warmer or cooler. There is no debate about what causes global warming because the real science involved in researching atmospheric and oceanic temperature change is routinely quashed. The effect of manmade CO2 in the atmosphere has been debunked. It is the media hype and the business of research that proliferate this idea that taxing energy will stop the Earth from warming.

If these government-funded studies discovered the fluctuating magnetic fields of Earth and the cycles of the sun, for instance, have more to do with our planet's exposure to radiation and thereby heat, the researchers would all be looking for jobs.


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