April 24, 2009

Polish Academy of Sciences Questions Gore's Man-Made Global Warming Theory

Polish Academy of Sciences Questions Gore's Man-Made Global Warming Theory

By: Kevin Mooney
Examiner Investigative Reporter
04/24/09 9:18 AM

Just as Al Gore prepares to testify on the dangers of Global Warming and urgency of new legislation the Polish Academy of Sciences has published a document that expresses skepticism over the concept of man-made global warming. Gore's testimony today caps four days of hearings before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on climate change legislation.

Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.), the committee chairman, and Rep. Edward Markey (D-Mass.), chairman of the Energy and Environment Subcommittee, have introduced a draft version of the "American Clean Energy and Security Act," which calls for imposing a cap and trade scheme.
This report from a major scientific institution in the European Union shows the "consensus" position is becoming increasingly untenable.
The report is as follows:
The climate change of our planet, which can be observed more frequently in recent years, has become alarming for the public opinion. Various methods to remedy the situation are elaborated on the international level by decision makers, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (operating since 1988) and different ecologic organisations.
 Having a part in this significant debate, the Geologic Science Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences wishes to turn to 10 fundamental aspects of the problem closely related to the functioning of geosystem - the complex interdependence of processes occurring in the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. The knowledge of these factors should be the foundation for any rational and careful decisions, which could interfere in the geosystem....

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