After a decade of fear mongering

Doesn’t fit their agenda, and who do you suppose is “their”?

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11 Responses to After a decade of fear mongering

  1. I_am_not_a_robot

    Don’t believe our carbon emissions will destroy humanity?
    Here is Garden Guru Trevor Cochrane to explain:

    … Scientists are saying it will get to a point where we can’t breath the air anymore … (1:32)

  2. Professor Fred Lenin

    You cannot ignore climate change it has always existed , ask the mastadons on the Siberian grasslands , but global warming is bull , this was the hottest summer since 2019. February ,usually the hottest month in Victoria ,I had the heater on in the early morning last week a couple of times . How can these brass necked carpetbagger thieves stand there and lie their heads off daily? They ought to be shot with a ball of their own dirt as my old Scots Granny used to say .

  3. Crossie

    Doesn’t fit their agenda, and who do you suppose is “their”?

    Somebody said that a UN official admitted that the whole climate change push is not about climate but transfer of wealth from First World to the Third World. I would believe that if the vehicle weren’t the renewables where the subsidies end up with millionaires and billionaires. The real goal is transfer of wealth from the middle class to the elites, in other words elimination of the middle class. It’s the middle class with their morality and actual practice of equality that stand in the way of fundamentally changing the world from relative freedom to feudalism.

  4. Tom

    Tony Heller is doing God’s work. Literally.

    PS: is that a warmie’s ice pick in your back, Doomlord, or are you just pleased to see us?

  5. Crossie

    Hotter summers and colder winters are a change but the cause is not carbon dioxide emissions but change in the tilt of the Earth’s axis which changes from time to time, the greater the difference in the summer and winter temperatures the greater the tilt.

  6. Crossie

    The Garden Guru doesn’t seem to think that the increased volume of plants and trees we grow for food count, only those plants and trees we remove to build house counted.

  7. Professor Fred Lenin
    #3332506, posted on February 23, 2020 at 2:26 pm

    You cannot ignore climate change it has always existed

    Yeah we can ignore it. Climate Change is interesting to geologists and sundry academics, but for us average Joe Bloes, climate change is meaningless because it occurs over millennia.
    None of us will “feel” climate change in our lifetimes.

    It’s a scam.

  8. Crossie

    Yeah we can ignore it. Climate Change is interesting to geologists and sundry academics, but for us average Joe Bloes, climate change is meaningless because it occurs over millennia.
    None of us will “feel” climate change in our lifetimes.

    It’s a scam.

    Well said. What any government worth it’s salt should be doing is making sure their economy is doing well to enable their citizens and producers to afford equipment and technology to cope with the changes. This is what Bjorn Lomborg is advocating but is being drummed out of academic circles for telling the truth.

  9. will

    Tom
    #3332513, posted on February 23, 2020 at 2:34 pm

    Tony Heller is doing God’s work. Literally.

    I have made a few donations over the years. Encourage everyone here to do the same. Ditto Anthony Watts.

  10. Bruce

    Prof. Fred:

    Th woolly mammoths etc. that turn up frozen, but more-or-less intact are indicative of something REALLY interesting.

    The very fact he carcasses are in pretty good shape and with food in their mouths, after all these years in the “permafrost”, tells us a couple of things

    Firstly, they died VERY suddenly. The fact that they were not scavenged by other critters after death tells you that scavengers, large and small, also demised at the same time.

    The plans that the critters had in their mouths were not lichens and mosses as found on permanent Tundra, but somewhat more succulent.

    Thus, the LOGICAL event was a strike by something from space. Something like the Yellowstone volcano going ferl would have dumped a lot of ash and dust around the Northern Hemisphere, and certainly tossed a lot of cubic Kilometres of fine, sparkly dust high in the atmosphere, like Toba, Tambora and Krakatau did.

    A decent-sized rock or comet entering the Earth’s atmosphere at thirty thousand Kilometres per hour would create a massive shock-wave whose “overpressure” would instantly kill most animal life on the surface in the vicinity. It does NOT even have to hit the ground. See also: Tunguska, 1908, which apparently did, leveling vast areas of forest surrounding the impact site.

    Something also happened to cover the corpses in fairly short order and to quickly drop the temperature to start the freezing process; dust in the upper atmosphere, rapidly increasing planetary albedo will do that..

    Big meteors striking “square-on” also generate a “diesel’ effect as the hyper-sonic shock-wave compresses the atmosphere and consequently ignites anything flammable on the surface as it approaches.

    Gaia is a quirky old dear, apparently.

  11. Professor Fred Lenin

    I was being sarcastic ,the global warming story didnt work so the marxist millionaires advertising people changed it ti[o climate change . No one cand deny the climate changes ,in Melbourne it can change from summer to winter overnight thats climate change isnt it ? So they are twisting an established fact to advance the marxist globalist lies ,the KGB taught them well

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