Global Warming Or Global Cooling?

The debate continues. Recently, EPA issued a proposed finding that greenhouse gases pose a threat to public health. The same week, the book Global Warming – Global Cooling, Natural Cause Found was made available online. The book claims that the Earth is now entering a period of global cooling for the next 180 years.

EPA’s proposed finding, however, identified six greenhouse gases that pose a potential threat. According to EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, “this finding confirms that greenhouse gas pollution is a serious problem now and for future generations.” As the proposed finding states, “In both magnitude and probability, climate change is an enormous problem. The greenhouse gases that are responsible for it endanger public health and welfare within the meaning of the Clean Air Act.”

Conflicting information from David Dilley, a meteorologist and climate researcher with Global Weather Oscillations Inc. and a former meteorologist with the National Weather Service, is reported in his book Global Warming – Global Cooling, Natural Cause Found.

The book, which took 19 years to research, links the moon’s recurring gravitational cycles as the main force causing global warming events, including the Earth’s current warming cycle that the book indicates is now ending. Dilley’s research also links these natural cycles to the 50 percent increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels seen during the past 8,000 years, not just the past 150 years. For more information, the book can be downloaded for free at www.globalweathercycles.com.

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3 comments on “Global Warming Or Global Cooling?

  1. Anonymous

    The file download for the book for some reason has an adware attached to it…it is not a virus.

    If concerned, you can view the book by pressing the run button instead of download button, this will allow you to read it without downloading.

    I have had numerous people email, all indicating it is a harmless adware.

    Regards
    David Dilley
    Global Weather Oscillations Inc
    http://www.globalweathercycles.com