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-Art Patterson Calgary geologist & member of Friends of Science
-Arthur B. Robinson member of the Oregon Institute of Science and
 Medicine organized a petiton that was signed and returned by 17,000
 scientists
-Athabasca Glacier
-Bjorn Lomberg statistician and political scientist
-Bonner Cohen
-CFC's-(chlorofluorocarbons)
-CFCs and skin cancer link doesn't exist
-Chang Chan University of Technology Professor of Geological
 Sciences Yang Xuexiang
-Charles Keeling of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the
 University of California, San Diego
-Computer models flawed
-Dana Rohrabacher's (Rep-California, U.S.A.) House speech
-Dennis T. Avery former senior State Department agriculture analyst
 and Agriculture Department policy analyst, director of global food
 issues at the Hudson Institute
-Dick Lindzen MIT meterologist
-El Niño
-Greenhouse effects
-Heidelberg Appeal
-Dr. Ian Clark Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Ottawa
-Ice Ages
-Ice core measurements
-Iceland
-IPCC
-James Hanson head of NASA's Goddard Institute of Space Studies 
-James Kasting geoscientist at Pennsylvania State University
-James Neumann
-Jay Zwally NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre
-Journal of Geophysical Research
-Kendrick Taylor
-Kyota Protocol
-La Niña
-Madhav Khandekar Ex-Environment Canada research scientist 
-Mark Drinkwater JPL (Jet Propulsion Labratory)
-NASA satellites
-National Academy of Sciences
-Nature contributes
-Neville Nicholls Climate Group at the Bureau of Meteorology
 Research Centre in Melbourne, Australia
-Oregon Petition
-Ozone depletion theory
-Piers Corbyn Weather Action Committee
-Richard Benedick a deputy assistant secretary of state
-Richard Setlow Brookhaven National Laboratory
-Robert H. Essenhigh Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ohio
 State University
-Robert Mendelsohn
-S. Fred Singer
-Science Magazine
-Solar Weather Technique (SWT)
-Dr. Tim Ball Victoria, British Columbia based climatologist
-Tim Patterson Carleton University's Earth Sciences Professor 
-Understanding the climate
-What drives world climates

Greenhouse gases have to do with water vapour (H2O), carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and various oxides of nitrogen (nitrous oxide). Primary greenhouse gases such as H2O and O are essentially controlled by solar activity through Solar Activity Magnification (SAM) processes. These have a dominant effect upon world temperatures. The fluctuations in secondary greenhouse gases CO2 and CH4 are then imprisoned' by world temperatures which are decisively dependent on solar activity through the primary greenhouse gases.

Environmental lobbyists have their own agenda. Scientists however have a different stance.

The argument for solar activity effects is even stronger when one considers the slow and extreme changes in solar activity which appear to have caused major cooling in the "Maunder minimum" period of the 17th century. Anyone questioning whether small changes in solar output can significantly impact Earth's climate would do well to check historical records from the mid 15th through the 17th centuries. For as yet unknown reasons, the sunspot cycle essentially shut down during that period and changes in the strength of the tides occurred.-...continue?

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