Re: [asa] Mission to Sun shows turbulent magnetic field/NASA Finds Sun-Climate Connection in Old Nile Records

From: Janice Matchett <>
Date: Fri Mar 23 2007 - 12:22:15 EDT

At 11:44 AM 3/23/2007, PvM wrote:
>Not just speculative but contradicted by much of the data. The
>'damning' one is hardly damning, of course the sun is an important
>component to the global climate. However, in this case, its human
>components which explain the recent rise in temperatures.

@ Per my previous link:

"...And at the very end of the Senate hearing, Gore inadvertently
debunked global warming alarmism.

Sen. Craig Thomas asked Gore the pivotal question of whether
atmospheric carbon dioxide increases have historically preceded or
followed increases in global temperature.

If temperature increases come before carbon dioxide increases, the
notion that manmade greenhouse gas emissions are changing global
temperatures would have the cause-and-effect relationship exactly backward.

Gore responded by describing how, depending on the Earth's tilt and
wobble as it revolves around the sun, sometimes carbon dioxide
increases precede temperature increases and other times temperature
increases precede carbon dioxide increases.

That led attentive listeners to wonder, well, why worry about manmade
global warming if it's the Earth's tilt and wobble that define the
carbon dioxide-temperature relationship?

Apparently realizing his self-defeating statement, Gore then tried to
backtrack by saying that currently, carbon dioxide increases are
preceding temperature increases. It was a desperate and revealing
effort to get back on message. ..."

Gore embarrasses himself:,2933,260485,00.html

~ Janice ...

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