The computer models predicting catastrophic climate change (of a form that can only be averted by paying City of London banks to trade carbon credits) have again been shown up by a groundbreaking experiment conducted by scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) which proves cosmic rays play a role in cloud formation.
Nature magazine on 24th August reported the results of CERN’s Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets (CLOUD) experiment, which tested Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark’s famous cloud chamber experiment, and demonstrated an initial connection between cosmic rays and cloud formation.
Nature reported that in the CERN experiment, scientists fill “a custom-built chamber with ultrapure air and chemicals believed to seed clouds: water vapour, sulphur dioxide, ozone and ammonia. They then bombard the chamber with protons from the same accelerator that feeds the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s most powerful particle smasher. As the synthetic cosmic rays stream in, the group carefully samples the artificial atmosphere to see what effect the rays are having.
“Early results seem to indicate that cosmic rays do cause a change.”
The CERN physicists who conducted the experiment wrote in their paper, “Role of sulphuric acid, ammonia and galactic cosmic rays in atmospheric aerosol nucleation”, published in Nature, “Based on the first results from CLOUD, it is clear that the treatment of aerosol formation in climate models will need to be substantially revised, since all models assume that nucleation is caused by these vapours [sulphuric acid and ammonia] and water alone.”
A seven-minute LPAC Basement video explaining the experiment can be viewed here.
Computer models are only theoretically reliable insofar as they account for every possible variable in a system—an actually impossible goal, as daily weather forecasts attest. Modellers therefore replace the variables for which they can’t account, with assumptions.
However, the prevailing climate change models are deliberately skewed, being programmed by the likes of the charlatans at the British University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit, who, reflecting their funding from Prince Philip’s viciously anti-human World Wildlife Fund (WWF), base their models on the one over-arching assumption: that there are too many people.
Consequently, their models ignore galactic and solar activity which generates cosmic rays, so they can guarantee the “conclusion” that human-produced CO2 is suddenly driving climate change (and if that doesn’t work, they “hide the decline” in global temperatures, as the CRU was caught doing in the Climategate scandal).
This conclusion is then used to demand genocidal “decarbonisation” measures which are intended to reduce the world’s population, down to less than one billion people, according to the Malthusian calculations of one-time East Anglia fraudster and current Royal envoy Professor Hans Schellnhuber.
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