For nearly 20 years the idiots pushing the politicised climate scam have asserted that “the science is settled” and denied any other possible cause to climate change other than CO2.
That only works as a propaganda tool if there isn’t another climate driver. Today I read that Svensmark has finally got his proof of a link between cloud formation and cosmic rays published.
“Scientists at the Technical University of Denmark have discovered what they call a game changing result in understanding how cosmic rays from supernovae – exploding stars – can influence Earth’s cloud cover and thereby climate by being mediated by the Sun. The new findings are published in the journal Nature Communications.
The principle is that cosmic rays – high-energy particles that traverse the galaxy from supernovae – knock electrons out of air molecules. This produces ions – electrically positive and negative molecules in the atmosphere. The ions help aerosols – clusters of mainly sulphuric acid and water molecules – to form and become stable against evaporation – a process is called nucleation.”
It is now undeniable that cosmic rays are partly responsible for climate change.
That in turn means it is even more likely the 1970-2000 warming was caused by a similar change in condensation nuclear from air born pollution – which like cosmic ray clouds, act to depress the temperature. But this time the main change that we noticed was the rapid removal of cooling-causing pollution when the clean air acts came in in the 1970s with the associated REGIONAL change in temperature a few days upwind of areas of economic activity like the US and Europe.
Now, it might be reasonable to ask why I’m not trying to publish this finding. The reason is that I’ve seen how many years upon years upon years it has taken for those like Svensmark to get what is in reality a fairly simple and pretty obvious link, past the climate stazi. So you will understand I have far better things to do with my life than spend the next decade trying to publish a paper just to show the totally obvious link between 1970-2000 reduction in pollution and the 1970-2000 rise in global temperature.