Sunday, January 19, 2014

HOW CAN YOU WARMISTS EXPECT CO2 TO TRAP THE HEAT OF THE SUN WHEN THE EARTH IS THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE ?

The Weekly Standard's, hagiography of  contrarian Dick Lindzen,  drew criticism in The Guardian from Dana Nuccitelli, who challenged the Neocon's predictable comparison of their scientific hero to a certain Italian astronomer:

The major difference between Lindzen and Galileo was that Galileo was right


This heresy outraged Viscount Monckton, a staunch defender of the faith, whose title can be traced back all the way to the year of our Lord 1956, some forty years before he became my shirtmaker. He writes in WUWT:

Actually, Galileo was wrong. 
The Church, as well as informed scientific opinion, had long agreed that the Earth orbits the Sun and not the other way about. However, Galileo had drawn inappropriate theological conclusions from heliocentricity, perpetrating the notorious non sequitur that since the Earth was not the centre of the Universe the Incarnation and Crucifixion were of less importance than the Church maintained.

However,
 Steven Mosher says:
January 13, 2014 at 9:43 pm          Galileo has a case.