Anti-Anthropocentric Global Warming

A serious site I just became aware of … and thought I’d pass it along.
The Right Climate Stuff

JANUARY 23, 2013

“The Right Climate Stuff (TRCS) research team is a volunteer group of more than 20 scientists and engineers who are primarily retired veterans of our manned space program. We began our investigation into the controversial issue of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) in February 2012. We have reviewed, studied and debated available data and scientific reports regarding many factors that affect temperature variations of the earth’s surface and atmosphere. We have also studied the well-documented beneficial, as well as potentially detrimental effects, of more CO2 in our atmosphere. This report provides a summary of findings that we have reached at this point into our investigation.”


1. The science that predicts the extent of Anthropogenic Global Warming is not settled science.

2. There is no convincing physical evidence of Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming.

3. Computer models need to be validated before being used in critical decision-making.

4. Because there is no immediate threat of global warming requiring swift corrective action, we have time to study global climate changes and improve our prediction accuracy.

5. Our US government is over-reacting to concerns about Anthropogenic Global Warming.

6. A wider range of solution options should be studied for global warming or cooling threats from any credible cause.

Check out the first paper:
Dr. Harrison H. (Jack) Schmitt
(Geologist, Former NASA Astronaut, and former U. S. Senator from New Mexico)
Climate and the Constitution 2010, 2011, 2012

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One Response to AAGW

  1. ProudHillbilly says:

    Very interesting – we tend to forget that those guys were scientists as well as fly-boys.

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