Astrophysicist Willie Soon and his colleague Selvaraj Kandasamy have written an excellent column that pulls the rug further out from under the climate crisis alarmists. While its focus is on India, it offers two important lessons for the United States. It underscores that this huge country is forging ahead to lift its people out of poverty, primarily with hydrocarbon energy. And it demonstrates, yet again, that there is simply no compelling evidence, in the Indian Subcontinent’s history or elsewhere, that we face a manmade global warming disaster.
We hope the article will further buttress efforts in the new Congress … and legislatures across the United States and worldwide … to halt attempts to shackle fossil fuel use and economic growth, in the name of preventing conjectural, imaginary or even fraudulent manmade climate crises.
Hype versus reality on Indian climate change
Long-term perspectives support natural, cyclical variation – not manmade disasters
by Willie Soon and Selvaraj Kandasamy