Global warming science isn't science...
Take a look at these two articles below:
Tuesday, 12 February, 2002, 18:23 GMT
Warming world 'means longer days'
Blink and you will miss the extra microseconds
</SPAN>By Alex Kirby
BBC News Online environment correspondent
Belgian scientists have identified a hitherto unsuspected benefit of global warming - more time for all of us.
They say increasing levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere will slow the Earth's rotation.
This will make every day a little longer than it is already. But for the next century the increase will be so small that if you blink, you'll miss it.
BBC News | SCI/TECH | Warming world 'means longer days'
Global warming will make Earth spin faster
Of all the possible ways in which climate change could affect our planet, this is the most bizarre: as the oceans warm up, Earth will start rotating a wee bit faster, reducing the length of a day.
- 07 April 2007
- Magazine issue
The time it takes for Earth to complete one rotation is affected by anything that changes the distribution of the planet's mass relative to its axis of rotation.
"Think of an ice skater who is spinning," says Felix Landerer of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg, Germany. "When you stretch your arms out you slow down, and when you bring your arms closer to your body you spin faster." Earth, it seems, will hug itself a little bit tighter because of global warming.
Landerer and his colleagues modelled the changes that would occur if the most realistic estimates made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - a doubling of carbon ...
Global warming will make Earth spin faster - 07 April 2007 - New Scientist Environment
A perfect example of why people don't take these so-called scientists serious.