Greenpeace Co-Founder: ‘No Scientific Proof’ of Manmade Global Warming

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Greenpeace Co-Founder: ‘No Scientific Proof’ of Manmade Global Warming

 

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In Senate Testimony, 25 February, 2014

In eye-opening testimony before a Senate subcommittee, the co-founder of the environmental activist group Greenpeace refuted assertions that carbon dioxide emissions from human activity are responsible for global warming.

 
 
“There is no scientific proof that human emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are the dominant cause of the minor warming of the Earth’s atmosphere over the past 100 years. If there were such a proof it would be written down for all to see. No actual proof, as it is understood in science, exists.”

You can read Dr Moore’s testimony in its entirety HERE, including his some fifty pages of supporting data excerpted from his work,

Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout:
The Making of a Sensible Environmentalist

Patrick Moore, Ph.D. Published 2013

You can order the full book HERE

EDITOR”S NOTE: While I agree with most of what Dr Moore said in his testimony, there is a far more intriguing question that should be considered: If the Earth (and all other bodies in the solar system) are in getting warmer – and they are – and no human actions are causing it, what is?

.My hypothesis that follows that posit is that all the solar system bodies are creating new heat energy (and maybe many, many more spectra of energy) and new matter all the time, connected to a universal background source of immense energy, a backbone, in the terms that networkers like to use. For a little more full (there’s pun in that) explanation, see the slideshow “Physics of Hollow Earth Theory” in the right column >>>

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