Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The complete and unequivocal failure of climate hypothesis in the spread of cholera

Even though I am not a climate change skeptic, I have reservations on some of the research findings pertaining to the role of climate change in the spread of diseases. Some researchers argue that the global warming is one of the main reasons for the spreading of diseases like cholera or malaria. When cholera outbreak occurred in Haiti in October 2010, researchers were quick to suggest that extreme climatic patterns like La Nina was responsible for the outbreak. However, later research findings proved that climate or environment did not have any role in Haiti.

I feel that scientists and IPCC has to do more in their fight to reverse climate change. However, exaggerating the role of climate in cases like above will only question the validity of science and give plenty of room for skeptics to criticize research on climate change. My aim is to point out certain flaws in current research hypothesis so that necessary corrections can be made. My report can be read at

1 comment:

  1. You're right, the more bizarre the AGW claim the more amunition the critics accumulate.

    Here are a few more http://www.numberwatch.co.uk/warmlist.htm

    The critics have alot of amunition now.