Prof. Roger Pielke Jr.: 'An argument that mitigation of ghgs makes sense in terms of decreasing the future costs of extreme events is not a strong one'
'Even under the assumptions of IPCC, Stern Review, etc. the future costs of extreme events under the most aggressive scenarios of climate change actually decrease as a proportion of GDP'Obama fails climate science in his State of the Union address -- Climate Depot's point-by-point rebuttal to the President's global warming claims | Climate Depot
The President offered up nothing more than the usual incorrect global warming platitudes during his speech. No wonder the speech brought a "smile" to Al Gore's face. The president could not have been more wrong in claiming “extreme weather” was “now more frequent and intense" and he failed to note that global temperatures have not increased in 16 years.Twitter / algore: You're right, Michael! RT ...
You're right, Michael! RT @tackettdc: Somewhere Al Gore is now smilingTwitter / RyanMaue: Obama's #SOTU climate paragraph ...
Obama'sAmazing Censorship At Huffington Post | Real Science
#SOTU climate paragraph has at least 3 straw man arguments mixed together. Speech writer used Google poorly pic.twitter.com/bH4J5CWj
I violated the TOU by presenting historical fact. My comment was censored, but I grabbed a screenshot first.