climate history

 Climate has changed continuously throughout history. There is no direct relationship between climate or the earth's temperature and the amount of so-called "greenhouse gases". The supposed main "greenhouse gas", carbon dioxide, constitutes only 0.035% of the atmosphere. The dominant heat trapping mechanism is water vapour, accounting for over 90% of the so-called greenhouse effect. Furthermore, there is solid scientific evidence that increases in CO2 levels generally follow by about 800 years, rather than precede a temperature increase of the earth's climate.

   Read these significant articles for additional information :

          Climate Changes in the Recent Past  

         Climate History  

            Not The Hottest Year On Record

        The Little Ice Age Thermometers (1660 to 2009)

          No Ice At The North Pole  -  1959  

         1000 Year Temperature History From The Canadian Rockies