Friday, October 11, 2013


Global Warming: Planet’s Most Hyped Problem
[Marlo Lewis] Is global warming the planet’s biggest problem? Not even close.

Globally, poverty is by far the leading cause of preventable disease and premature death, and will likely remain so for decades to come.
What does climate change mean to young people?
In Peru, climate change is noticeable by various changes in the local weather.
A 308-year record of climate variability in West Antarctica - Thomas - Geophysical Research Letters - Wiley Online Library
More dramatic isotopic warming (and cooling) trends occurred in the mid-19th and 18th centuries, suggesting that at present the effect of anthropogenic climate drivers at this location has not exceeded the natural range of climate variability in the context of the past ~300 years.
Why climate change contrarians owe us a (scientific) explanation
Describing the changes we have already witnessed as ‘natural variability’ without explaining the forcing or its origin is exactly the superstitious ‘magical thinking’ that Dana discusses, which explains absolutely nothing and has as much credibility in scientific terms as claiming that God did it.

1 comment:

dinosaur said...

What a blithering idiot. Co2 warming is suppose to be some sort of scientific fact. Increased co2 concentrations are suppose to lead to increased temperatures but observational evidence tells us that it hasn't. The co2 warming theory has proven itself to be broken and the moron is shrieking for Realists to explain. Deprogramming will be painful.