More Climate Change Hysteria

24 11 2009

All this Climate Change Crappola has been correctly pointed to as being BS for quite a few years now. Does our climate change? Hell yes! And it has been changing for millions upon millions of years. In fact, climate change has been around long before man ever walked the earth. Hang with me for another moment or two, cause I know that you know all this. The argument is, or was, that the change in climate is caused by man.

My only purpose for writing all the above was to remind the reader that nobody argues against the idea of Climate Change. The argument falls apart when you throw fault in the laps of mankind. So as you read the report below, keep saying to yourself “yes, I know climate change happens”, and keep your eyes open for the places where they try to put the blame of their findings on Anthroprogenic Climate Change (man caused). The recent email dump now backs-up what we have been saying all along. If you are ‘into’ end-of-the-world fiction then you will enjoy the piece below. If not, you may get a laugh out of it.

Your AGW denier-in-charge,


The World Is Gonna End!(eventually)

By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent

OSLO (Reuters) – Global warming is happening faster than expected and at worst could raise sea levels by up to 2 meters (6-1/2 ft) by 2100, a group of scientists said on Tuesday in a warning to next month’s U.N. climate summit in Copenhagen.

In what they called a “Copenhagen Diagnosis,” updating findings in a broader 2007 U.N. climate report, 26 experts urged action to cap rising world greenhouse gas emissions by 2015 or 2020 to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

“Climate change is accelerating beyond expectations,” a joint statement said, pointing to factors including a retreat of Arctic sea ice in summer and melting of ice sheets on Greenland and Antarctica.

“Accounting for ice-sheets and glaciers, global sea-level rise may exceed 1 meter by 2100, with a rise of up to 2 meters considered an upper limit,” it said. Ocean levels would keep on rising after 2100 and “several meters of sea level rise must be expected over the next few centuries.”

Many of the authors were on the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which in 2007 foresaw a sea level rise of 18-59 cms (7-24 inches) by 2100 but did not take account of a possible accelerating melt of Greenland and Antarctica.

Coastal cities from Buenos Aires to New York, island states such as Tuvalu in the Pacific or coasts of Bangladesh or China would be highly vulnerable to rising seas.

“This is a final scientific call for the climate negotiators from 192 countries who must embark on the climate protection train in Copenhagen,” Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, Director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, said in a statement.


Copenhagen will host a December 7-18 meeting meant to come up with a new U.N. plan to succeed the Kyoto Protocol beyond 2012. But a full legal treaty seems out of reach and talks are likely to be extended into 2010.

“Delay in action risks irreversible damage,” the researchers wrote in the 64-page report, pointing to a feared runaway thaw of ice sheets or possible abrupt disruptions to the Amazon rainforest or the West African Monsoon.

The researchers said global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels were almost 40 percent higher in 2008 than in 1990.

“Carbon dioxide emissions cannot be allowed to continue to rise if humanity intends to limit the risk of unacceptable climate change,” said Richard Somerville of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California.

In a respite, the International Energy Agency has said emissions will fall by up to 3 percent in 2009 due to recession.

The report said world temperatures had been rising by an average of 0.19 Celsius a decade over the past 25 years and that the warming trend was intact, even though the hottest year since records began in the mid-19th century was 1998.

“There have been no significant changes in the underlying warming trend,” it said. A strong, natural El Nino weather event in the Pacific pushed up temperatures in 1998.




4 responses

24 11 2009
Doc's Wife

These people are NUTS! Do they actually believe this crap?

24 11 2009


Sadly, they do! The problem is they believe it as if it’s religion to them. We will never be able to change their minds, so the best course of action is to first keep our government from doing something stupid over a gigantic fraud. Once we have that accomplished we just ignore them and go on about our business. If they want to drink their recycled pee to prove how they are saving the earth, I say let em. We will then be able to tell who the tree-huggers are by their bad breath. 😉


25 11 2009

Reasoning with these nutcases is harder that reasoning with a drunk! Anybody who’s ever tried knows it’s a lost cause. I agree with you, Gio. Let ’em drink their pee!

25 11 2009

These are just 2 select paragraphs I pulled ….It gets to the point… when ever you hear them spout about the 2,500 person U.N.’s the real deal on that

In total, only 62 scientists reviewed the chapter in which this statement appears, the critical chapter 9, “Understanding and Attributing Climate Change”. Of the comments received from the 62 reviewers of this critical chapter, almost 60 per cent of them were rejected by IPCC editors. And of the 62 expert reviewers of this chapter, 55 had serious vested interest, leaving only seven expert reviewers who appear impartial.

Determining the level of support expressed by reviewers’ comments is subjective but a slightly generous evaluation indicates that just five reviewers endorsed the crucial ninth chapter. Four had vested interests and the other made only a single comment for the entire 11-chapter report. The claim that 2,500 independent scientist reviewers agreed with this, the most important statement of the UN climate reports released this year, or any other statement in the UN climate reports, is nonsense

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