My friend and colleague, Dr Janice Lough (AIMS), directed my attention to the careful review of the “The Great Global Warming Swindle” by Dr Jones and colleagues at the National Climate Centre, Bureau of Meteorology (Bull. Aust. Meteor. Ocean. Soc., 20(3) 63-72). It is rigorous and worth reading. I think we can close the case on Martin Durkin’s “swindle”.
this gw is just another scam designed to consume your energies and attention that should focus on the real problems of the world, generated by people who put the love for power and material things above the love for their kind.
you have below the temperature records since 1880, as provided on the NASA, an organisation financed by the same people that spend 10 billion usd a year on gw issues. so this should support their claims. but it’s not…
what you can see there is that from 1910 to 1940 the temperature raise was pretty much the same as in the last 30 years.
also you can see some significant decreases between 1940 and 1980, although in that period cars were much more polluting and fuel consuming than today. the industry was growing as always.
around 1900 there were about 1 billion ppl on this planet, now we are 6 billion, the growth is exponential, not linear, as the temperature growth.
so it’s obvious the graphic doesn’t follow at all the human race evolution, has nothing to do with it.
history shows indeed there were times when the British territories were enjoying pretty much same climate as southern Spain today and there was solid agriculture in Groenland.
i would sacrifice to the sea a few feet from the beaches and some polar ice to be able to grow oranges in my yard and see some poor kids smiling because the taxes weren’t spent on bombs and false flags.
hundreds times more people die because of anti-gw politics than because CO2.
think for yourselves, don’t let governmental media think for you!http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/107760main_annual_mean_anom.jpg
Well, therealmccoy, I recommend that you read the 4th assessment report from the IPCC. It takes more than a few cursory, and unsubstantiated observations to refute one of the most powerfully supported scientific understandings about the role of humans in influencing the earth’s climate. Fortunately, we have moved on from unsupported ramblings like this and are now beginning to tackle the core issues associated with how we can rapidly mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a climate change is already changing.