Climate change belly-flop

The article "Climate change belly-flop" (OGJ, June 18, 2001, p. 19) was well done. The editorial statements coincide with those of S. Fred Singer (professor emeritus of environmental science at the University of Virginia and a former director of the US Weather Satellite Service) about the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) National Research Council findings. He went a step further.Besides citing what the editorial said about lacking temperature records, unreliable computer models, solar variables in place of human-related caused warming, no mention in the report was made of observed cooling and cooling of the deep ocean. Singer also pointed out that geological evidence confirms 400 ft of ...

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