Greenhouse theory smashed by biggest stone
It seems Russian scientist Vladimir Shaidurov doesn't buy into the doom and gloom hype of global warming. All to the better, I think. I'm not going to pass judgment just yet, but I think this guy's got something goin' here. Global Warming is a term used to instill fear into the hearts of big bad greenhouse gas expellers (i.e.: Americans, Chinese, Arabians, most of Europe, Asia... Pretty much the human populated world). However, if there aren't many humans populating some areas of the world, for example the Arctic, Antarctica, and so on... How is it that greenhouse gas expellers are putting out enough minor green house gases (as described in the linked story above as anything other than water vapor) to effect melting of ice burgs more than half a world away? I knew that the math didn't add up, but I'm glad someone smarter than me is able to put it into words people might listen too.