CFACT Texas Tech Hosts Discussion Group on “Global Warming”
CFACT Representatives at Texas Tech recently hosted a discussion group on the subject of “anthropogenic global warming.”
Students were curious about things like why so many scientists claim man-caused “global warming” is true and what evidence supports or conflicts with their claims.
CFACT National Field Director, Ryan Sorba highlighted the fact that, in the words of Dr. Fred Singer, author of the New York Times best-selling book Unstoppable” Global Warming Every 1,500 Years, “the thermometers which show warming are located in busy industrial areas, where high rises, blacktops, and ever heavier traffic [airports even] in the immediate surrounding area have caused a slight amount of local warming. However, thermometers in the atmosphere, ocean, coral, and ice cores show no significant warming.”
The fact that so many scientists have over looked this fact makes it seem as though many also have a political agenda, which seems to be seizing control of industry by State and Federal Government agencies and even the United Nations.
The students seemed very interested in the discussion, and appeared eager to learn more about the issue.