New Study Threatens To Unravel Obama’s Global Warming Agenda

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    A new study by University of Houston researchers could threaten to unravel scientific claims used to justify the Obama administration’s global warming agenda.

    Texas researchers published findings that global warming is actually reducing high-ozone days in the Houston area. The finding contradicts claims made by the Environmental Protection Agency that global warming will increase the number of days with high levels of ground-level ozone.

    “We examined the past 23 years of ground-level O3 data and selected meteorological parameters in Houston, Texas, which historically has been one of the most polluted cities in the United States,” wrote researchers with the University of Houston’s Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science.

    Scientists found increased sea breeze due to “increasing land surface temperatures, increased pressure gradients, and slightly stronger on-shore winds” are contributing to lower days with high levels of ground-level ozone in Houston. Stronger breezes could also be cleaning up ozone in coastal cities around the world, according to researchers.

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