Is the world really getting warmer? Yes, it is...and it does, in fact, every 1500 years or so. And the impact on man? Well, the warmer periods seem to actually be a little bit better for humans than the cooler periods.
You gotta' be kidding me! With the whining about global warming threatening to drown out all competing scientific opinions, where do you hear anything that dares to disagree with Al Gore?
Well, let's begin with this article in the Washington Times about a brand new book by climate physicist Fred Singer and award-winning environmental economist Dennis Avery.
Says the article's writer Richard Rahn (himself the director general of the Center for Global Economic Growth), " The conclusion of their book in a nutshell is that, yes, the world is getting a bit warmer, but this is just the natural cycle. They provide overwhelming evidence this warming would occur with or without mankind increasing CO2 emissions or doing anything else. The good news is that if we realize we cannot stop global warming, and concentrate on constructively dealing with the problems it causes -- which are all manageable at reasonable cost -- and then enjoy the benefits, mankind will do just fine."
Read the whole column right here.