The excitement is building at KUSI as work continues on the one hour prime time special report on Global Warming: The Other Side. The telecast will make its TV debut on KUSI on Thursday evening at 9 PM. Set your DVR for this one. I have been writing feverishly and doing a series of interviews with experts, but that all fades when compared to the big news break we are preparing to reveal for the first time. We will be bringing the Climategate scandal from England to the United States. Remember in late November a huge file of emails and computer codes from the Anglia University Climate Center in England were leaked or hacked and the revelations of manipulations of temperature data and collusion among the scientists there and those in the U.S. with whom they worked were mind boggling. Well, on our program an even greater degree of manipulation from the United States will be revealed for the first time. It ought to make national news in the days that follow. We continue to work diligently on the program.
Meanwhile, a highly significant new understanding of what may be the real natural force behind global warming and cooling may be unfolding on the internet. Anthony Watts, the intrepid meteorologist and friend of mine, runs a great blog called Watts up with that. From the posts on his site he collects the data and writes:
"...sunspots are just one proxy, the simplest and most easily observed, for magnetic activity of the sun. It is the magnetic activity of the sun which is central to Svensmark’s theory of galactic cosmic ray modulation, which may affect cloud cover formation on earth, thus affecting global temperatures. As the theory goes, lower magnetic activity of the sun lets more GCR’s into our solar system, which produce microscopic cloud seed trails (like in a Wilson cloud chamber) in our atmosphere, resulting in more cloud cover, resulting in a cooler planet.
The whole item is fascinating and leads to a batch of links. Here is the link.