Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Unprecedented Third Consecutive La Nina | Real Science
Trenberth says that El Nino is caused by global warming, so we can officially say that global warming is dead as a doornail. Just in time for NOAA and NASA to make fools of themselves lying about the global temperature.
Act now to ease impact of climate change | NBC News
The study is being regarded as helpful because it finally and for the first time puts numbers on what climate scientists have long suspected, providing policymakers with something they can use in making decisions, said climate researcher Gavin Schmidt of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies and blogger for RealClimate.org.

“What (scientists) have provided policymakers in the past is not really very useful,” said Schmidt.
Classics of English Literature (1): James Delingpole’s “Watermelons”. | Geoffchambers's Blog
There’s another difference between Delingpole and Monbiot. Delingpole the humorous writer knows a tragic farce when he sees one. He knows that catastrophic man-made global warming is a dangerous joke. Monbiot the investigative journalist knows that people lie. But Monbiot the green activist knows that activism is like cycling (and recycling); you have to keep pedalling (and peddling) if you don’t want to fall off.

Monbiot the investigative journalist knew as soon as he glanced at the Climategate emails that Professor Jones was a lying fool, and he said as much in the Guardian. Then the environmentalist changed his mind and apologised. The investigative journalist must have wondered how a railway engineer became first a millionaire, then a leading climate scientist. The environmentalist knew that Pachauri’s financial deals were above reproach, because Pachauri’s accountant said so.

Because of his irrational belief in catastrophic global warming, Monbiot ceased being an investigative journalist. Because he saw through this nonsense, the comic writer Delingpole became one.

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