Lorne Gunter : Spinning science: The truth doesn’t matter in the climate change debate
Conversely, the draft AR5 concedes alarmists have been too quick to dismiss the sun's impact on climate change. Also, there is no evidence that the frequency and severity of storms, droughts and floods is increasing globally.Bearded and ringed seals join the polar bear as “threatened” by a computer-modeled future | polarbearscience
While this should change the debate, it won't. These details will either be expunged from the final report or ignored in the highly ideological summary. The alarmist cause will go on.
Believing that sea ice declines predicted by climate modelers 50 to 100 years into the future have more credibility than gazing into a crystal ball is high on my list of “beliefs” held by Arctic biologists that will soon tumble to the facts.Australian journalist's New Year's message: "At an 8C rise, humans go down to a few million and must retreat to Antarctica"
At an 8C rise, humans go down to a few million and must retreat to Antarctica. It is possible for humans to continue living underground if the planet gets too hot, but there isn't very good phone reception down there.2012: A Tipping Year For Climate Change | KUNM
"We've already passed all kinds of tipping points," McKibben, the founder of 350.org, tells weekends on All Things Considered host Jacki Lyden. "The NASA scientist Jim Hansen was saying, 'There's no other word for where we are now than planetary emergency.'"