About climate change

I was once an AGW (Now CAGW) believer, until I realised that 2.04 + 2.4 just didn’t make 4.5.

There is no empirical evidence that CO2 causes Glowbull warming.

“To reduce the earth’s temperature one degree with CO2 abatement would require an investment equivalent to 130 years GDP of the entire planet, or more than $4,000,000,000,000,000 (4 quadrillion dollars).” Peter Smith

Science is what got us to this level of civilisation, but no one wants to blame science for the problems they believe have been caused by this level of civilisation.

To quote Dr. Shermer: Skepticism is not a position; it’s a process.

NB: If you don’t know what AGW is, you shouldn’t be here.

“Denialist” is a malignant tumour that grows only inside the minds of indoctrinated climate catastrophists.

“I’m not sure which is more arrogant, to say we caused (global warming) or that we can fix it.”

AGW proponents must all believe in homeopathy if they think an extra 116 ppm CO2 above pre-industrial level can affect planetary climate.

“The 1997 to ’98 El Niño event was a trigger for the changes in the Pacific, and I think that’s very probably the beginning of the hiatus,”
-Kevin Trenberth

http://www.nature.com/news/climate-change-the-case-of-the-missing-heat-1.14525

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“If you could vote for a change in climate, you would always want a warmer one,” says Philip Stott, emeritus professor of biogeography at the University of London. “Cold is nearly always worse for everything – the economy, agriculture, disease, biodiversity.”

“The IPCC was an ill considered concept. They never allowed for failure.”

10 Responses to About climate change

  1. Earthling says:

    “Believe it or not, very little research has ever been funded to search for natural

    mechanisms of warming…it has simply been assumed that global warming is

    manmade. This assumption is rather easy for scientists since we do not have

    enough accurate global data for a long enough period of time to see whether there

    are natural warming mechanisms at work.”

    http://www.drroyspencer.com/global-warming-natural-or-manmade/

  2. Earthling says:

    It’s too late, catastrophists should pack and head for higher ground:

    Global Warming Inevitable This Century, NSF Study Finds
    Limiting greenhouse gases won’t help now, say scientists

    http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/technologyandresearch/a/climatetochange.htm

  3. Earthling says:

    ‘For climatologists, the search for an irrefutable “sign” of anthropogenic warming has assumed an almost Biblical intensity.’ – Fred Pearce, New Scientist, October 1996

  4. Smokey says:

    “Future generations will wonder in bemused amazement that the early 21st century’s developed world went into hysterical panic over a globally averaged temperature increase of a few tenths of a degree, and, on the basis of gross exaggerations of highly uncertain computer projections combined into implausible chains of inference, proceeded to contemplate a roll-back of the industrial age”

    ~~Richard Lindzen

    • Earthling says:

      Thankfully, not many of us early 21st century humans “went into hysterical panic over a globally averaged temperature increase of a few tenths of a degree.”

  5. Earthling says:

    It’s more than highly unlikely that anyone will ever notice the effects

    of climate change in their lifetime.

    Both the MWP and LIA lasted hundreds of years, during which time

    about 40 generations of people lived and died, none of them noticing

    any difference in long term weather patterns.

  6. Steve Case says:

    CO2 is not a
       Problem

  7. Earthling says:

    Posted on September 8th 2014

    hal
    Clovelly, Australia #6
    There are always, and have always been, and always will be, people around the globe who get upset that we and the world aren’t taking their environmental and other life concerns seriously enough.
    It used to be atomic bomb (nuclear) tests drastically affecting world weather, and environment.
    It’s a natural part of the human condition and its search for relevance and importance.
    The Chicken Littles, for whom the sky will be forever falling.
    Their place in the pecking order.
    And they’re right, they are ignored. For good reason!
    Hence the worldwide green phenomena.
    Hence concerned environmentalists.
    Hence inner city trendies, and other pains in the arse.
    Hence those who need to feel more relevant and superior than their “nobody” status would indicate.
    So hence where we are now with climate science/its denial/and whatever else seems important to fill up the time until you die.
    And they’re coming to eat your children!
    So don’t delay!!!!

  8. Earthling says:

    Had to post this, it’s too funny for words:

    I wrote: “Climate change poses no direct threat to any one living human being, apart from maybe those of you who wish for it most.”

    CB
    “Climate change poses no direct threat to any one living human being”
    Doesn’t it?
    If we aren’t headed for complete polar meltdown and 75 meters of sea level rise, just with the CO₂ already in the air, why isn’t there a single previous example in Earth’s history of polar ice caps withstanding CO₂ so high?
    Do you think submerging someone beneath 75 meters of water might pose a direct threat to their survival?
    7:37 p.m., Sunday Sept. 14

    http://dailycaller.com/2014/09/12/there-are-now-52-explanations-for-the-pause-in-global-warming/#comment-1589239759

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