In response to Paul Homewood: The BBC’s Age of Climate Denial,

Badger wrote:

Oh dear. I used to think Isabel Hardman was a clever, commonsensical young woman. That she is so pretty obviously affected my judgement. What a fool she has made of herself.

Ho hum.

johnnythefish wrote:

So successive governments allow the population to grow by a city the size of Coventry every year whilst providing zero extra water capacity and pursuing an energy policy which will bring social and economic chaos.

All to ‘save the planet’.

Meanwhile, ‘scientists’ whose default position on any hypothesis or theory should be scepticism (‘Nullius in verba’ and all that) are calling fellow scientists ‘deniers’ because they have the audacity to point out a) the lack of evidence and b) climate models have been proven spectacularly wrong by real world data.

Meanwhile in the meanwhile nobody understands the natural variability of climate.

Meanwhile whilst meanwhiling the selfsame scientists continue to ‘adjust’ notoriously unreliable ground-based temperature records in order to make the data fit their hypothesis.

We’re living in a madhouse.

Alan Reid wrote:

Not only does carbon dioxide cause global warming, I believe it is also responsible for the worldwide obesity epidemic. The more carbonated drinks a person consumes the fatter they get. QED.
Of course, I do not have a single shred of evidence to substantiate this claim but neither do global warmers and that doesn’t stop them. I have been asking all and sundry and particularly the BBC for the last 15-odd years ‘if CO2 warms the planet, how does it do it?’ What is the formula that describes the process? There must be one – it cannot do it in secret. Science is based on formulas so what is the E = MC2 of global warming?

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