More bad news for the man-made global warming cult

FORMER_FYRDMAN

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FORMER_FYRDMAN

LE
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Whilst agreeing it is obviously "old news", the trend seems to be getting more and more supportive of AGW being a tax raising non-story.
A fair spot by JBM - not sure why the Telegraph had that story in the current sections - but yours is exactly the point.
 
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It's the middle of June and I'm sitting in my kitchen wearing three layers of clothing. Last night I had to turn on the heating. Global warming my arse.

Guess what..............it was the same in 1953.

60 years,and nothing changes.........except the climate......according to all the discredited data.


Moneyspinner thy name is 'Global Warming'! :rofl:
 
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Davetheclown

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Guess what..............it was the same in 1953.

60 years,and nothing changes.........except the climate......according to all the discredited data.


Moneyspinner thy name is 'Global Warming'! :rofl:
Global warming and environmental measures is Communism by stealth, ironically a lot of capital is generated...
 
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The Met office are apparently having a big get together this week to try and come up with some plausible excuse as to why their Global warming models keep failing. No doubt after a lot of champers they will conclude that they are not a fault for pursuing a flawed argument with religious zeal but that it's all the climate change sceptics fault for putting doubt in the people's minds. They will then propose that the only solution is yet another tax on energy to raise yet more billions to fight climate change.


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#10
aah but the government global warming experts have realised that they sound like twats,...hence the new catchall phrase "climate change"
there was seven helicopters over my house(g8 thingy) the other day guzzling fuel and I thought f*** it my next car is going to have a bfo engine, sod all this green shit!
 
#11
MMGW is and always has been b0llox. A couple of years ago holding such an opinion was akin to being a holocaust denier, now I feel that I can say it aloud. How times change.
I can't understand why politicians don't just say 'we need to rely less on fossil fuels because we have to import most of it and we don't like to rely on the middle east and Russia'.
 
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MMGW is and always has been b0llox. A couple of years ago holding such an opinion was akin to being a holocaust denier, now I feel that I can say it aloud. How times change.
I can't understand why politicians don't just say 'we need to rely less on fossil fuels because we have to import most of it and we don't like to rely on the middle east and Russia'.
Exactly, we need to invest and start living cleaner and more sustainably. The answer IMHO is nuclear, not building the false economy of bloody wind farms!
We live on an island, therefore have a maritime climate stabilised by the sea, unfortunately in general people can't fathom why a winter is mild and a summer is cool as they've been fed constant crap about climate change so therefore every snow shower in April *must* be down to man-made problems.

While we're on it, how much of rising sea level figures are down to isostatic uplift, with the South of England sinking into the sea as recovery from the last ice age?
 
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The real story emerging about MMGW will still be seen as heresy by a significant number of people...... imagesCAKO4P0R.jpg
 
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"If things continue as they have been, in five years, at the latest, we will need to acknowledge that something is fundamentally wrong with our climate models. A 20-year pause in global warming does not occur in a single modeled scenario. But even today, we are finding it very difficult to reconcile actual temperature trends with our expectations."

Pretty startling comments from a climate scientist. ...


Interview: Hans von Storch on Problems with Climate Change Models - SPIEGEL ONLINE
 

seaweed

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I have been living in the same place on the coast for over 43 years. In all that time there I have seen no evidence (in the form of higher tides) of rising sea levels.
 
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I have been living in the same place on the coast for over 43 years. In all that time there I have seen no evidence (in the form of higher tides) of rising sea levels.
I keep hearing that "we only have ten years left to save the planet". . . Except that I've been hearing it for almost 40 years.
 
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I keep hearing that "we only have ten years left to save the planet". . . Except that I've been hearing it for almost 40 years.
And the rest. First claims of CO² levels causing some sort of climate change, whether cooling or warming (or even both depending on how much atmospheric CO² was cut or increased) go all the way back to the late 1800's.
 
#20
Britain apparently only 'contributes' about 3% of the world's carbon emissions. This money-draining, job's worth, self perpetuating entity that is the global warming industry are asking us as a nation to contribute to our own beggaring whilst the rest of the world enriches itself. A big Foxtrot Oscar should be the order of the day!
 

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