Sunday, July 27, 2014

a Christian approach to anthropogenic global warming (or is it non-falsifiable "climate change" today?)

As always, if the ends are significant-- and if the means to the ends are ethical and practical-- then X is certainly a candidate for religious/Christian involvement! (Of course, you can/should apply most/all of the same criteria to any policy question!)

1.) Is there global warming? (Ever notice how it's often global warming
when warmer data come in-- and non-falsifiable "climate change" when not. At the least, the flip-flop is not good for proponents' look.) 

2.) Is it anthropogenic? (Not essential, but helpful to the cause of the question.) 

3.) What are the net gains/losses? (Notice how articles on this emphasize the negative. Again, not good for their look...)

4.) Are the solutions ethical? (Or do the means justify the ends?)

5.) Will the solutions actually make a difference? (Aren't good intentions enough?)


At July 27, 2014 at 8:26 PM , Blogger Dan Pangburn said...

Two natural primary drivers of average global temperature have been identified. They alone very accurately explain the reported up and down measurements since before 1900 with R2>0.9 (correlation coefficient = 0.95) and provide credible estimates back to the low temperatures of the Little Ice Age (1610).

The method, equation, data sources, history (hind cast to 1610) and predictions (to 2037) are provided at and references.


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