Thursday, November 28, 2013


Heavy ice delays Antarctic icebreaker for second year in a row
The Aurora Australis was due to return to Hobart more than a week ago after a resupply mission, but it is still navigating through heavy ice about 180 nautical miles off the Davis research station.
Warmists preach hunger, but crops grow and grow | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog
How often have warmists peddled the starvation scare?
Van Ypersele on BBC Radio 5 Live | The IPCC Report
A: Well, you know, I’m an optimistic person and I hope that at some point a sufficiently large number of countries and citizens in the world and business leaders and policy leaders will understand that we are on a single boat, we don’t have another one, and that the boat might be in deep trouble if we don’t change the way the energy is used and produced in the world, because the climate has been stable for the last 10,000 years
basically, plus or minus one degree if you look at the global average temperature, and during that 10,000 years agriculture and civilisations have developed now we are talking about gaining before the end of the century up to 5 degrees above the present temperature, even almost 6 above the pre-industrial temperature, three times the agreed target of Copenhagen and this will change radically the habitability of our only planet.

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