Warren Meyer’s article is the sanest summary of the science of global warming alarmism I’ve read yet. Read it for yourself here.
He writes a scientific summary in plain English. It is understandable by regular people, intelligent, but not necessarily scientists. He references the sources of stretched truths, assumptions, and hidden data. And he names the people doing those things with intent to heighten the hyperbole of the catastrophe coming.
Sorry to disappoint you
But, of course, it’s not coming. The catastrophe of global warming alarmism–the one expected to come upon us wasteful and dirty, CO2-exhaling human beings–isn’t lurking over the horizon. If any such dire consequences are occurring at all, it’s from the really dirty folks who spend billions of your tax dollars and mine to mitigate an unseen ghost of vapors that actually does good.
Yes, CO2 does good. Ask the orange trees in California. Ask the agriculturists who burn propane, that awful, gaseous hydrocarbon–oh, ban the word!-in their greenhouses for plants to grow better. Ask the plants and forests of the world if they can live without it. And ask yourself what it would take for you to wait to exhale.
Polluters and pollutants
Because you are, after all, a polluter. The EPA has declared CO2 a pollutant. You exhale this “pollutant” with every breath. I’ll bet you never thought of yourself in this way. But it must be so; the EPA–that paid protector of the birds and the bees and the enemy of you and me–declared it.
But the EPA probably hasn’t read Warren Meyer’s piece. It and the global warming catastrophisers operate along another agenda, on which Warren Meyer’s sanity does not appear. Have a look at his piece for yourself, and see if you’re not convinced…
…that you and I and everyone else on the planet are not the polluters they would have us believe we are,
…that the world isn’t ending tomorrow by our own hand,
…that the climate-thankfully-is still emerging from the Ice Age,
…that global warming alarmism wasn’t created by a few to get rich at the expense of the rest of us.