A Major Game Changer?
Published: September 19th, 2011
By: Tom Morgan

A major game changer?

This may be a major game changer.

Why does Al Gore rant? To make money, for sure. But also to warn us of global warming. Sorry, he changed that to “climate change”. Caused by us and our carbon emissions.

Why do greens try to stop oil and gas drilling? In large part because they want to reduce our carbon emissions. Because they fear climate change.

Why the Kyoto Treaty, which would have crippled economies? Why the push for cars to drive cross-country on a teaspoon of gas? Why do we cough up billions to subsidize wind and solar power? Why cap and trade stuff that hamper our economy? Why the endless efforts to persuade adults and kiddies that anything that emits carbon is evil? These are all attempts to reduce our carbon emissions. Because carbon emissions cause climate change.

What if they do not? Oops.

A major European scientific agency suggests that climate change comes from two culprits: Cosmic rays and the sun. Not human carbon emissions.

This idea came from research by Danish scientists. They presented it several years ago. Their work passed muster enough to be published in Science. That is one of the most prestigious science journals in the world. It does not publish junk science stuff.

The Danes put their theories to the test. They built a reaction chamber to create the equivalent of our lower atmosphere. They created rays that mimic the Sun and cosmic activity. Voila! Their theories were validated.

Next, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) built a more elaborate reaction chamber. To try to replicate what the Danes did. Voila! The Danes’ work stood up to the new tests.

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