Ed Driscoll

NEW HARVARD STUDY heats up

NEW HARVARD STUDY heats up ‘Global Warming’ debate:

A team of Harvard University scientists examined 1,000 years of global temperatures and reviewed more than 240 scientific journals from the past 40 years and concluded that despite man’s influence on our environment, current temperatures are not as warm as during the Middle Ages.

“This new study merely affirms the obvious: climate alarmism based on a few years’ or even a century’s data is sheer folly, reminding us again that geological cycles spanning millennia do not share the rush of agenda-driven scientists or activists,” Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the free-market environmental think tank Competitive Enterprise Institute, told CNSNews.com.

The Harvard study is set to be published this spring in the journal Energy and Environment. According to the study, a global medieval warming period lasting from about 800 to 1300 A.D. was followed by a Little Ice Age between the years 1300 to 1900. The study also states that the earth has been warming slightly since 1900.

Or as Dennis Miller recently said:

There’s a lot of differing data, but as far as I can gather, over the last hundred years the temperature on this planet has gone up 1.8 degrees. Am I the only one who finds that amazingly stable? I could go back to my hotel room tonight and futz with the thermostat for three to four hours. I could not detect that difference.

Exactly.