Global Warming “Might Continue” A 400 Year Long Disaster Trend

Continuing global warming can be expected to contribute significantly to disasters. For example, a new study has concluded that the Southwest Asian monsoons have gotten stronger over the past 400 years and might continue to intensify as a result of global warming.

http://drgeorgepc.com/ClimateChange.html

Blame Da Vinci. He must have pissed the climate off by drawing pictures of machines.

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4 Responses to Global Warming “Might Continue” A 400 Year Long Disaster Trend

  1. MikeTheDenier says:

    Hanse sues Obamby

    NASA scientist backing climate-change lawsuit against White House?

    How does the administration that pledged to change the way Washington works handle internal disagreements? Apparently, they make lawyers rich and tie up the courts. James Hansen,who runs NASA’s Goddard Institute, is currently backing a lawsuit against the administration for failing to address global warming — and is using teenagers to do it:

    more….

    http://hotair.com/archives/2011/05/10/nasa-chief-backing-climate-change-lawsuit-against-white-house/

  2. Jimbo says:

    Can public employees do this? They must regret the day they decided not to fire a man who has been arrested several times for breaking the law.

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    It might and then again, it might not.

  4. klem says:

    But if monsoons began to intensify 400 years ago, then CO2 cannot be blamed since CO2 levels back then were around .025. This study goes against human activity as a cause of changes in climate.

    Aha, the Koch’s and ExxonMobile funded this study. I knew it!

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