Published on June 26th, 2018 | by Jelena D0
Scientists Gagged from Interpreting Study that Links Climate Change to Cosmic Rays
For years now scientists and physicists have presented study after study showing data, along with their personal interpretations, supporting the hypothesis that the alleged Global Warming phenomenon is due to man-made environmental factors affecting climate change.
Now, a major scientific experiment to study the interaction between cosmic rays and cloud formation, and ultimately effect that interaction a link between cosmic rays and climate change.
The UK’s Register suggests one reason that the “gag order” may have been issued is because the experiment invites a politically unacceptable hypothesis on climate change, or to say it another way, the study shows that Global Warming may not be a human caused phenomenon.
A chart of the overall findings of the study is attached on this page and is also shown in full size here.
Under any interpretation the data can simply not be ignored since the study reveals that at the least cosmic rays play some part in climate change and Global warming.
Assuming that Global warming is is occurring, the question of whether cosmic rays are the sole cause or just a contributing factor along with man-made and other issues is really just a red herring.
The real issue here is why are scientist being ordered not to give interpretations of data that would suggest a theory that is contradicts the politically popular view? Is science not allowed to suggest an alternate hypothesis to the man-made Global warming theory even when the data shows otherwise?
Science needs to be factually unbiased and provide information that is independent of a politics.
Many critics of Global warming, and the theory it is man-made, already believe the studies supporting have been fabricated for politicians who paid for skewed data so they can push through their own political agendas.
Clearly this gag order will do little to quiet those skeptics.
The study will also raises another interesting question about the effect that the man-made cloud seeding operations conducted by the government will have on the climate over time.