Dick Prosence
: Climate change farce | CraigDailyPress.com

Dick Prosence
: Climate change farce

To the editor:

In his State of the Union address earlier this month, President Obama stated, “no challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.”

Of course he was referring to human-caused global warming (HCGW) which in his view is “settled science.” Thousands of workers in the field who are deriving their income from this theory agree. However, the Committee For a Constructive Tomorrow documents the following:

  1. Satellites show we are now in our 18th straight year of no warming.
  2. Polar ice is increasing, not melting.
  3. Severe weather events, hurricanes and tornados are not increasing.

The president is intent on pushing the end of generation of electricity by carbon fuels (coal and natural gas) despite the obvious bad impact this would have on our economy.  In 2014, Humanix Books published “Dark Winter” authored by John L. Casey, a former NASA engineer, who has spent many years in the study of climatic changes using research developed by other scientists over many years.

Notable quotes in Dark Winter include:

■ “The end of HCGW. The theory of man-made global warming and climate change based on human greenhouse gas emissions is the greatest international scientific fraud ever perpetuated on the world’s citizens.”

■ “The beginning of a ‘solar hibernation,’ a historic reduction in the energy output of the sun.”    

■ “A long term drop in the earth’s temperatures.”

■ “The start of the next climate change to decades of dangerously cold weather. All this is based on a 206 year cycle of variations in the temperature of our sun.”

Please. Read this book for answers to the many questions that cannot be covered in a letter to the editor. Youngsters who have been brainwashed by HCGW propaganda should be given copies of “Dark Winter” as required reading.

Dick Prosence


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