Richard Gray, the Science Correspondent for the Sunday Telegraph:

Man-made climate change may be happening at a far slower rate than has been claimed, according to controversial new research.

Scientists say that cosmic rays from outer space play a far greater role in changing the Earth’s climate than global warming experts previously thought.

In a book, to be published this week, they claim that fluctuations in the number of cosmic rays hitting the atmosphere directly alter the amount of cloud covering the planet.

Henrik Svensmark, a weather scientist at the Danish National Space Centre who led the team behind the research, believes that the planet is experiencing a natural period of low cloud cover due to fewer cosmic rays entering the atmosphere. This, he says, is responsible for much of the global warming we are experiencing.

But even when confronted with this, Gray can’t seem to get by his own bias, even in an ostensibly ‘news’ article…

He claims carbon dioxide emissions due to human activity are having a smaller impact on climate change than scientists think. If he is correct, it could mean that mankind has more time to reduce our effect on the climate.

Notice, please, the possibility that Grey completely ignores; that being the man has no responsibility for global warming, that carbon dioxide emissions due to fossil fuel burning and other human activity have no serious connection to any climate change. It’s a measure of how far the “global warming” myth has advanced, I suppose, and just how far left the press has tilted itself.

But in any event, So much for the myth of “consensus” .