A brief summary on the Climate
debacle fraud so far
- We have lots of unreliable data, that keeps being changed
- This is plugged into climate models, that keep predicting doom
- The real world readings, even after fiddling with them, don’t match the most conservative of climate models
- There is an arbitrary 2 degree “dooms day scenario” for this century that has no basis in fact
It is with this in mind, I want to pull up this author’s last paragraph first.
I’m not a scientist, but 10 years ago I spent almost a year interviewing almost all the world’s leading climate scientists for a book I was writing. I learned that all our calculations for dealing with climate change could suddenly be swept aside by a non-linear event — and this could be it.
Gwynne Dyer is an independent journalist whose articles are published in 45 countries.
Now I’ve set the scene, get ready for the next panic in the Climate Change Circus: non-linear climate change.
Most people think of global warming as an incremental thing. It may be inexorable, but it’s also predictable. Alas, most people are wrong. The climate is a very complex system, and complex systems can change in non-linear ways.
In other words, you cannot count on the average global temperature rising steadily, but slowly, as we pump more and more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. It may do that — but there may also be a sudden jump in the average global temperature that lands you in a world of hurt. That may be happening now.
“We are moving into uncharted territory with frightening speed,” said Michel Jarraud, secretary-general of the World Meteorological Organization, last November. He was referring to the fact that the warming is now accelerating in an unprecedented way.
2014 was the hottest year ever — until 2015 beat it by a wide margin. 2016 may beat that record by an even wider margin. It was the hottest January ever — and then the average global temperature in February was a full fifth of a degree Celsius higher than January.
That was a huge jump, since the “average global temperature” is an average of all the temperatures over the seas and the land in both the summer hemisphere and the winter hemisphere. It is normally a very stable figure, changing no more than a few hundredths of a degree from year to year.
I love how they contradict themselves. How can it normally be a very stable figure when they have been telling us for decades that it has been increasing at an alarming rate? I’m also just a journalist, and not a scientist, but come on now, you can’t have it both ways. Read more »