Friday, September 16, 2011

More Hypocrisy from the Team « Climate Audit
Trenberth wildly overstates Dessler 2011 as well by saying that it “quantifies the magnitude and role of clouds and shows that cloud effects are small”. “Quantifying the magnitude and role of clouds” is an enormous undertaking and would take hundreds of pages of analysis. Dessler 2011 is a short little article addressing a narrow issue. It did not pretend to “quantify the magnitude and role of clouds” nor did it do so.
Al Gore's '24 Hours' On Climate Change : NPR [gives fraudster Al Gore 22 minutes to sell his tired climate hoax]
"If 98 doctors told you you had a heart condition that required you to make some changes and two doctors say, 'Don't worry about it,' ... hopefully you'd go with the 98," Gore tells NPR's Neal Conan. "That's the condition we're in now."
The former vice president is also hopeful that there will come a time when what he considers the sheer evidence of climate change, like extreme weather events, will help penetrate resistance. "I saw this as a child growing up ... in the American South during the civil rights revolution," he says, "where individuals who were so resistant [to] eliminating the laws justifying discrimination did actually change when they really looked deeply into their own hearts and confronted the reality of the situation."
Al Gore's '24 Hours' On Climate Change : NPR Transcript
We need charismatic scientists to carefully explain what's happening. We do not need to exaggerate the effects of the global warming. On doing so, only empowers skepticism. This is where your guest Al Gore has made painful mistakes, according to Milner.


GORE: Well, there are two points, and I heard them both clearly. I reject the idea that the effects have been exaggerated. Indeed, there have been those who have said I've underplayed them, and the actual results in the real world have actually been worse in the last few years than were predicted...20 percent of what we put up there today will still be there 20,000 years from now.

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