Information supporting the manmade global warming theory is largely based upon a short term historical correlation between CO2 and temperature, and computer models. These computer models have a poor record in forecasting (or even hindcasting) climate events. Empirical evidence – not failed computer models – supports a climate that is driven by natural processes, e.g., solar cycles, ocean currents, orbital dynamics, and longer term, continental positioning from geological plate tectonics. It has been so for hundreds of millions of years and continues today.
by Robert P. Smith, Ph.D., P.E.