Thursday, May 15, 2014

Why Marco Rubio Is Correct In Denying That Global Warming Is Man Made

Recently, Marco Rubio -- a U.S. Senator and possible 2016 presidential candidate -- stated that he does not believe that global warming is man made.  Immediately, the political left jumped on that statement and literally said that he had just disqualified himself from ever being President because he is clearly a climate change "denier." The problem with the political left is that they are in denial; and, so are so many so-called scientists that believe the global warming/climate change theory.  A theory  that suggests that rising man made CO2 levels are responsible for an increase in the earth's temperatures.

Clearly, they are ignoring the very definition of any scientific theory.  Wikipedia says it best:

"A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world that is acquired through the scientific method, and repeatedly confirmed through observation and experimentation."
Simply, the theory of CO2 caused global warming is neither well-substantiated nor repeatedly confirmable.  The proof comes from the simple fact that there has been no global warming for nearly 18 years.  This despite the fact that global atmospheric CO2 levels have risen 61% in the last 24 years, and continue to rise at a rate of about 2% a year.  So, in essence, the connection between CO2 and global warming is broken and climate scientists have no explanation for this.  Well, just maybe, they have no explanation because their theory is seriously flawed.  Flawed because it appears that factors other than CO2 are truly influencing temperature.

Rubio also stated that our go-it alone laws in controlling climate change aren't going to control world atmospheric CO2 levels and are only going to destroy our own economy.  Again, he's right.  As noted before, CO2 levels have risen 61% in 24 years.  At the same time, the U.S. has reduced its carbon emissions to levels that haven't been seen since 1994.  This despite the fact that our population has increased by almost 20% in those same twenty years.  In terms of reducing carbon emissions, the U.S. is the world leader.  Yet, CO2 levels continue to rise because countries such as China and India are more than offsetting any reductions in carbon dioxide by the U.S. or any other industrialized nations.

Marco Rubio Disqualifies Himself:

Marco Rubio makes a wrong turn on climate change:

Global Temperature Update: No global warming at all for 17 years 9 months:

Carbon dioxide levels now 61% higher than 1990:

 U.S. Carbon Emissions Dip To 1994 Levels:

Climatologists Can't Explain Pause In Alleged Global Warming:

U.S. Population by Year:

Surprise! Which country has had the greatest CO2 cuts since Kyoto went into effect?:

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