Thursday, May 29, 2008

MWP Disproves AGW

Hey! I just learned about the Medieval Warm Period (MWP) and how it disproves Anthropomorphic Global Warming (AGW). This is the period when the Vikings colonized Greenland (circa A.D. 1000). They later had to leave Greenland when the little ice age came in. It seems we are still coming out of that ice age and have not yet reached the temperatures of the MWP.

So why haven't I heard of this before? The Global Alarmists say that the period was "insignificant." One website said that they had no thermometers back then (duh!) and all of the evidence of a warmer period is "anecdotal." So, if the Vikings of AD 1000 didn't have any thermometers and could not have known what their temperatures were, how do the scientists of today know what the temperature was? Interestingly, the article also said that the warming trend was only local in Greenland and in parts of Europe. I guess they have an answer for everything and I should not question them. The debate has been settled after all.

I think these are the same people that the said the melting ice caps on Mars had no relationship the warming trend here on earth. Really?! I wonder what they are going to say about the increased storm activity at Jupiter's equator. Seems they are being attributed to the warmer temperature of that equator. Three planets, same solar system, all with signs of warming? A mere coincidence? Or, are the alarmists full of hot air? It's gotta go someplace.

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