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Letter: Casting doubt on manmade global warrming

By Leroy Vetsch, Brewster What if those who claim that there is global warming caused by man are wrong? Then what? We need to have an honest debate of all scientific data that are being collected from both sides of the argument. It should never h...

By Leroy Vetsch, Brewster

What if those who claim that there is global warming caused by man are wrong? Then what?
We need to have an honest debate of all scientific data that are being collected from both sides of the argument. It should never happen that one side puts down another side and closes their minds from all the data. This is just common sense. We look at all sides of an issue before we make decisions.
Scientists look at data to make determinations and draw conclusions on a myriad of natural phenomena. What if other scientists observe something different? Do we shut them off and demonize them? Or, should we look at all the data that is out there?
There is other information that is beginning to come to light regarding the issue of global warming. What if the polar ice cap has returned - or is close to returning - to its original size than what has been previously reported? What if the population count of polar bears is larger than reported in the recent past? What if the ocean levels are retreating? What if the temperatures of the world are beginning to decrease?
I would suggest that we should look at all the data, including that which is coming to the forefront of this debate on global warming. One individual, John Casey - a former White House and NASA advisor and climate author - says that our sun is going into solar hibernation and that this will affect the amount of energy reaching the Earth. He is staking his integrity on this belief, which is based on his own research on this topic.
What if Mr. Casey is correct? Time will tell, and we will see if the proponents of man-made global warming exists. Just a thought: What would happen if global cooling would affect the food supply of the earth and not global warming?

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