A report published in the January 29, 2010 issue of Science Magazine shows that stratospheric levels of water vapor decreased by about 10% from the year 2000, slowing the increase in global temperatures by about 25%.
The 25% figure comes from the same horribly flawed bullshit models that are the basis for all the other bullshit claims of the climate “scientists,” but the key takeaway is, the alleged scientists are very embarrassed that they can’t explain why global average temperatures have stayed flat or declined in the face of steadily increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations, and they are absolutely desperate to find an explanation which allows them to maintain the focus on rolling back humanity’s lifestyle.
Don’t be confused: the global warming enthusiast’s motivation is a) lots of money and b) a Unabomber-esque political agenda which would be most gratified by a mass migration to unpowered yurts, global adoption of a vegetarian lifestyle, and men wearing skirts.
So, my question is, will the EPA declare that water vapor is a pollutant? This would make as much if not more sense than its declaration that CO2 is a pollutant. Water vapor is the most potent, the most significant, greenhouse gas, both in its impact per unit, and in its concentration levels in the atmosphere.
The bozos in charge of the IPCC process don’t know what the fuck they are doing. The Himalayan glaciers hoax is just the tip of the iceberg. Any cool rational true scientist will admit that climate “science” is not truly deserving of the name. Saying that it is in its infancy is very generous.
The climate is an insanely complex system, and we don’t even begin to know all the things we don’t understand about it. Here’s one of the most basic head scratchers, which ought to illustrate why all the modeling is currently doomed to failure: we can’t figure out where all the CO2 being emitted into the atmosphere is going. The numbers don’t add up. Something like half the amount the doofusses claim is being emitted winds up in the atmosphere. Some of it winds up being absorbed by the oceans, and of course quite a bit is metabolized by plants.
But, the numbers don’t work. If the charlatans can’t get that right, how can their models possibly work, even if everything else in their models is correct, which, obviously, we know is not the case?
And these idiots want us to bet the lives of billions of people on their wild-ass guesses.