joe-90 said:Big spark. The calculatable effects and 'wobbles' of the earth's motion are well-known and well plotted. However, scientists are just about all in agreement that what is currently happening is not due to cosmic influences.
There are virtually no dissenting voices in science today over why global warming is happening. It's got nothing to do with peer pressure swaying the thinking process.
When one man says the rest of the world is wrong - guess who is ALWAYS wrong?
Joe, I hate to say this, but your misguided. Climatologists do not take into account of the motion of the planet in space. In between finalising my divorce et al, I have been working at Cambridge Uni and had a number of discussions with their climatologists on this subject to clear up an misunderstandings I may have had...NOT ONE HAS EVER HAD A DISCUSSION WITH THE ASTRONOMY OR GEOPHYSICS DEPT'S, and not one I spoke too believed that the planet's orbit varied enough to alter our weather.
This is incredibly neieve, and rather worrying as CU is one of the world leaders in the research into climate change..
If you ignore half the evidence, you get a miscarriage of justice.
In case your wondering, I have also spoken to staff in the Astronomy and Geophysics depts, and the majority have no faith in the Man Made climate change arguments, but they also know that there is natural fluctuations that we have no control over.