THE United States' leading hurricane forecaster says global ocean currents, not human-produced carbon dioxide, are responsible for global warming.
Now, here's where it gets even more interesting than simply casting further reasonable doubt on the "IPCC" "scientists'" shaky, uncertain, dogmatic so-called "consensus":
William Gray, a Colorado State University researcher, also said the Earth may begin to cool on its own in five to 10 years.
How about that: now a top expert is now telling us that the world is soon going to get colder, not warmer.
"They are blaming it all on humans, which is crazy," he said.
"We're not the cause of it."
Of course, Al Gore will automatically call him a "fraud" without bothering to look into the guy's findings, much like he ripped into the Canadian government's new emissions-reduction plan without looking into it.
Ditto old Davey Suzuki, who will probably ambush the guy in front of the media, shaking his frizzy hippy fruit-fly-guy head, grimly telling the guy he's a disappointment and so on. Don't bother to raise the matter with Suzuki- he won't listen. He doesn't want to hear it. He's too cocksure in his dogma. Some scientist, eh? Well, he was. Not anymore. I'm disappointed in him, my childhood idol and original career role model. He's now little more than a narrow-minded political militant with a dogmatic agenda. He craves attention. He likes to strut and fret his hour upon the stage and all that. Poor guy. Senile, perhaps?
Well, there we have yet more "peer review" to counter the IPCC scientists' "peer review" which is cited by alarmists in justifying their overly knee-jerk eagerness in believing in the hoax.
One last word: I have reason to agree with Dr. Gray on his ocean currents argument. You see, I live so close to the Bay of Fundy I can see it by simply standing on top of my house. I can even smell the salt air, in fact. And, let me tell you- this body of water receives ocean currents from the South Atlantic, which affects temperatures where I am, entailing that the temperature, weather and climate at my house is frequently significantly different from areas merely, say, 30 minutes inland at the same point in time. I know this from personal experience since I was a little boy. Indeed, the ocean current argument, unlike the greenhouse-gass one, actually holds water, no pun intended...