by William Teach | September 17, 2011 9:02 am
Has global warming occurred? Yes. It has. Warming is what took us out of the Little Ice Age. And the Dark Ages. And many other little ice ages since the end of the last glacial period wound down 20,000 years ago. And a new study says “hey, warming is a good thing”
A new study by three non-profit climate research organizations has claimed that global warming is more likely to “improve rather than harm human health.”
The study by Heartland Institute, Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, and Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) says “mankind will be much better off in the year 2100 than it is today and therefore able to adapt to whatever challenges climate change presents.”
Will it make mankind better? I pick on Warmists for making their predictions 50-100 years out, and the same goes for this study. What will happen is relatively unknown. What is known, though, is that human society expands and improves during the warmer periods over the last 7,000 years. Tremendous strides have been made during those time. The Roman empire expanded, and human civilization flourished, then we hit a cool period and things were not good. Then you had the Dark Ages. A warm period, where civilazation improved. The Little Ice Age, where people had a hard time just eating. Then our modern society, a time where things are so great that people bitch about whether a bit of warming will burn every bit of life on Earth to cinders, then they jump in their SUVs and take a fossil fueled airplane trip to the warm Caribbean.
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The authors of the new report say “the net effect of continued warming and rising carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere is most likely to be beneficial to humans, plants, and wildlife.”
The report says that “global warming is more likely to improve rather than harm human health because rising temperatures lead to a greater reduction in winter deaths than the increase they cause in summer deaths.”
The researchers found that global warming “benefits” not only mammals but amphibians, birds, butterflies and insects also benefit from its myriad ecological effects.
Obviously, the normal climahysterics do not like this study, and say that the consensus is against it. Because science is all about consensus, rather than proving your assertions.
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