New Study Shatters Supposed Scientific Consensus on Global Warming

Fri Jul 11, 2003 - 12:15 pm EST

Ottawa, July 11, 2003 (/ - Canadian Columnist and broadcaster Lorne Gunter recently commented on CBC radio on the Kyoto-shattering results of a study by Canadian scientist Jan Veizer of the University of Ottawa and Nir Shaviv, an astrophysicist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and published by the Geological Society of America.  The study discovered that nearly three-quarters of the variability in our climate can be attributed to the interplay between solar radiation and cosmic rays. This result, says Gunter, has profound implications for federal climate change policy. “If human activity is not the cause of global warming then all our prevention policies are useless”, he says.  See the complete commentary at:

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