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Good news for the planet, bad news for Democrats

Sunday, February 19, 2017 17:50
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If you’ve been following climate “change” at the Watts Up With That website, you’ll recognize the name of Henrick Svensmark, the Danish scientist. American Thinker has the report on his most recent experiment:
CERN, the world’s top particle physics laboratory, just found that our big, abrupt climate changes are produced by variations in the sun’s activity.  That’s the same sun the modelers had dismissed as “unchanging.”  CERN says the sun’s variations interact with cosmic rays to create more or fewer of earth’s heat-shielding clouds.  The IPCC had long admitted it couldn’t model clouds–and now the CERN experiment says the clouds are the earth’s thermostats!
The entire article is here. A good development, and let us hope it gets some media attention. 

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    Let’s hope liberal climate change folks will temper their bias shock with science’s advancements in technology countering their outdated model with CERN’s recent determination it’s not human, but the sun that controls the climate. Like the article says, if it was old science models making a claim to human climate change then they should be overjoyed advance science is producing models that negate it.

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