gravy train shock …

Another proof that CO2 isn’t a problem, this time from the biggest Physics Lab in the world.

Has climate change been disproved? Large Hadron boffins cast shock DOUBT on global warming

MANKIND’S burning of fossil fuels may not be the primary cause of global warming, according to the shock results of a new study by scientists behind the Large Hadron Collider (LCH).

Oh Noes, the gravy train is under threat again. “Shock results”? I wonder what the excuse will be this time.

Trees? It’s why I plant trees, more clouds=more rain:

Scientists behind the LHC (right) have cast doubt on global warming predictionsGETTY

Scientists behind the LHC (right) have cast doubt on global warming predictions

Boffins from CERN have also discovered projected temperature increases over the next century may have been over estimated.

Researchers found trees may have been putting similar aerosols into the air as burning fossil fuels, long before the industrial revolution, meaning humans may have had less impact on the climate than we thought.

Scientists made the discovery during an experiment to create an artificial cloud that was thought could help cool Earth and reverse global warming.

A study published this week in the journal Nature has looked more closely at the tiny particles within clouds, known as cloud seeds, that help cool the planet and found they can be produced naturally.

Clouds, including natural ones and those from aerosols, are seen by the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) as the single biggest source of uncertainty about the so-called human-caused climate change. […]

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I don’t think the LHC scientists believed in AGW either, more likely the Nature Magazine Editors that were shocked.

Update, It’s a Climate shakedown … Part 4.

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