Monday, July 30, 2007

Climate Cuttings #7

Bishop Hill continues his Climate Cuttings, with the seventh edition now up. Points of interest include a continued and sustained fisking of the Lockwoode "no solar warming effect" paper from many different scientists and commenters, yet more criticism of temperature measuring stations, and these...
Roger Pielke Snr continues to post on the failure of the IPCC to address the issue of land use and its effect on climate. This post has a huge list of papers that were ignored.

Next week should see a lot of interest in a new paper from two German scientists, Gerlich & Tscheuschner. They claim to have refuted the greenhouse theory of climate change once and for all.

Finally, a letter on a familiar theme in the FT.
From Mr Ake Nilson.

Sir, In your editorial "It's time to plan for the next deluge" (July 25) you say that "it is now scientifically incontrovertible that global warming is making heavy rain fall more frequently across the world's temperate latitudes". But less than a year ago, on August 10 2006, you reported: "This year's hot, dry summer will be repeated many times in the future and will become normal in the next 40 to 50 years if climate scientists are correct."

Please could you make up your mind as to the effect of global warming?

Ake Nilson

The reason for the confusion, of course, is that all of these ignorant commenters are merely parroting the reports that they get from a bunch of liars and it is no wonder that the liars cannot be consistent from one month to the next, let alone from one year to the next.

All together now...
Oh! what a tangled web we weave
When first we practice to deceive!

Lies are so very difficult to sustain, aren't they? So why not irritate the shit out of those anthropogenic climate change enthusiasts liars, and buy this film today...

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Oh yeah? So what has happened for the last ten years, exactly?

Over at the ASI, they are posting some of the winning entries of the Young Writers on Liberty. One does not want to put such keen minds off,...