Registered On: December 24, 2013
Crying, BRI? That’s the last thing I’m doing; and I’m not asking you to waste any more of your valuable time on this. Whether you comment or not is entirely up to you. I haven’t asked you to do so. As for my obsession, you bet it is. Trillions are being spent doing things that won’t make a scrap of difference when that money could be used for health, education and changing social needs.
Where am I claiming that climate change isn’t happening?
As for corrections, I’m perfectly aware of why they’re done. The point is that any correction adds further uncertainty. Uncertainty which the climate ‘scientists’ ignore by failing to disclose the true errors in their work. They just bring out terrifying temperature predictions without any comment at all about the massive uncertainties in what they’re claiming.
Re the point that climate ‘scientists’ don’t claim warming is consistent across the globe. Oh, I completely agree that they’ll talk about parts warming faster than others BUT I’ve never heard any climate scientist say that parts of the world haven’t warmed at all and that some are actually cooling. We hear all the time about record temperatures in the UK but there’s plenty of evidence that England hasn’t warmed at all this century.
As for having any kind of debate, yes, it is impossible. Climate change is like Brexit, it divides people, which I’m afraid reflects the fact that it’s now become more about politics than science.
Finally, I’m not saying anomalies shouldn’t be used. But how many people are aware of that? It’s the oldest trick in the book to use a graph where things look far more dramatic than they really are. As with so many things in climate ‘science’ it isn’t necessarily what is done but the way it’s presented that is the issue. But that’s what keeps the money rolling in.