Settled Science Strikes Again: Pollution Masks Global Warming by Cooling the Planet!

Another Environmentalist Fatwa: Now Pollution is Good, as It Helps with Global Warming!

Speaking about environmentalism and the Global Warming/Climate Change cult, today we learned the new orthodoxy/Fatwa or whatever you want to call it: pollution is actually good. Yes, you got that right. China is doing God’s work. And the joke’s on Green Peace and the rest of the (green on the outside, red on the inside) environmentalist gang. According to their new “Settled Science” or whatever you want to call it, atmospheric pollution actually helps with mitigating global warming. Basically, pollution helps with cooling the atmosphere, hence the more we pollute (pun intended), the better. Go Exxon!

And that’s not a joke, but yet another example of how bad the global warming/climate change theory/junk science really is. Scientific American ran a piece titled “Cleaning Up Air Pollution May Strengthen Global Warming”, and that’s pretty straight forward as far as titles go. Basically, with the Global Warming dead in the water, now the eco-Nazis claim that due to pollution, which helps with cooling the atmosphere, we failed to see global warming in action. Now everything falls into place. There’s no global warming (hence the new climate change mantra), but not because Al Gore lied to you, but because of (the same) fossil fuels that are spewing ashes in the atmosphere and so forth and so on. It’s all your fault after all. The environmentalists were right. Again.

Let me quote from the article:

Pollution in the atmosphere is having an unexpected consequence, scientists say—it’s helping to cool the climate, masking some of the global warming that’s occurred so far.

That means efforts worldwide to clean up the air may cause an increase in warming, as well as other climate effects, as this pollution disappears.

Let’s remember what settled science told us not so long ago:

Flashback 1971: Scientists Predict Burning Coal Will Cause The Next Ice Age