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UN IPCC Admission: Negligible Climate Change By End Of The Century
Published on February 4, 2020

 


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A.2. Warming from anthropogenic emissions from the pre-industrial period to the present will persist for centuries to millennia and will continue to cause further long-term changes in the climate system, such as sea level rise, with associated impacts (high confidence), but these emissions alone are unlikely to cause global warming of 1.5°C. (Emphasis added)

A.2.1. Anthropogenic emissions (including greenhouse gases, aerosols and their precursors) up to the present are unlikely to cause further warming of more than 0.5°C over the next two to three decades (high confidence) or on a century time scale
 

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Your graph and newsflash there is bogus.
Graph purports to be from the US snow and ice centre in Colorado. Check out their live site here.
Arctic Sea Ice News and Analysis | Sea ice data updated daily with one-day lag

The Danish sea ice monitoring service concurs...

The sea ice is only about one third of the way across the straits between Greenland and Iceland.
That was over 2 weeks ago, things change in the Arctic over the space of 2 weeks, you're using a chart from nsidc to call a 2 week old chart from nsidc bogus, couldn't make this up.
 

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Lol, caught you by the nuts there recidite 😂
That was over 2 weeks ago, things change in the Arctic over the space of 2 weeks, you're using a chart from nsidc to call a 2 week old chart from nsidc bogus, couldn't make this up.
 

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That was over 2 weeks ago, things change in the Arctic over the space of 2 weeks, you're using a chart from nsidc to call a 2 week old chart from nsidc bogus, couldn't make this up.
Nope, your fake nsidc graph is dated 25th Jan 2020.
My link is to the real one, and it only says "January 2020" because sea ice does not change much on a daily basis. A week or two might show some small change but not 100 km of ice.
The Danish one is dated Feb 9th and shows no significant difference from January. And why would it. The max extent of sea ice is in Jan/Feb every year. It won't start retreating until after March.
 

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Patrick Moore
If there is any human-caused warming, it’s too small to tweeze out from all the other factors: solar radiation, ocean circulation, cosmic rays, etc. I believe the three main impacts of human civilization are agriculture, urban culture, and greening the Earth with CO2.
 

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'Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group, says the report confirms what scientists have been saying all along—that past emissions have set the planet on an unavoidable path to global warming. Areas north of the 25°N line of latitude will get drier. This includes most of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt, and all of Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza, Syria, Iraq and Iran—most of the MENA region, in fact.'

When they've told you that the Future Impact of Climate Change Visible Now in Yemen, and now they're telling you that both sides should be heard, the ambassadors of the European Climate Declaration come from as far away as Australia, New Zealand, French Canada and English Canada, but none of them come from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, the West Bank, Gaza, Syria, Iraq, Iran or Yemen..
Arab education is in a desperate state.
 

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Nope, your fake nsidc graph is dated 25th Jan 2020.
My link is to the real one, and it only says "January 2020" because sea ice does not change much on a daily basis. A week or two might show some small change but not 100 km of ice.
The Danish one is dated Feb 9th and shows no significant difference from January. And why would it. The max extent of sea ice is in Jan/Feb every year. It won't start retreating until after March.

What, like the image at the link says now? - Arctic Sea Ice News and Analysis | Sea ice data updated daily with one-day lag

What's that at the top of the picture in the link? Hint..... it's starts with the DAY, the Month is in the middle and Year is at the end. And by the way, Anyone who thinks the ice can't grow\drop by 100kms in 2 weeks is an complete idiot. A single storm could smash up that amount of ice in a couple of days, especially thin newly formed ice, you know.... the kind that forms in the Denmark Strait.
 

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ANOTHER ACCLAIMED CLIMATE SCIENTIST BREAKS RANKS: “OUR MODELS ARE MICKEY-MOUSE MOCKERIES OF THE REAL WORLD”

"The models just become useless pieces of junk or worse (as they can produce gravely misleading output) when used for climate forecasting."

 

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What, like the image at the link says now? - Arctic Sea Ice News and Analysis | Sea ice data updated daily with one-day lag

What's that at the top of the picture in the link? Hint..... it's starts with the DAY, the Month is in the middle and Year is at the end. And by the way, Anyone who thinks the ice can't grow\drop by 100kms in 2 weeks is an complete idiot. A single storm could smash up that amount of ice in a couple of days, especially thin newly formed ice, you know.... the kind that forms in the Denmark Strait.
Read your own link; it says there...
Sea ice extent for January 2020 tracked well below average, with the monthly average tied at eighth lowest in the satellite record.
There is a graph on the page for Jan and another one for Feb. Both graphs show the Denmark Straits completely ice free.

Maybe you could try linking to one of the news stories on this important event? I mean, you'd think it would be newsworthy in Iceland, with their fishing fleet locked in by the ice, and all those polar bears wandering across the ice from Greenland.
 

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Read your own link; it says there... There is a graph on the page for Jan and another one for Feb. Both graphs show the Denmark Straits completely ice free.

Maybe you could try linking to one of the news stories on this important event? I mean, you'd think it would be newsworthy in Iceland, with their fishing fleet locked in by the ice, and all those polar bears wandering across the ice from Greenland.
Read your own link, it says 15% of ice or more, nobody said anything about polar bears, I posted a daily chart from nsidc. Why are you back peddling? Your last post said ice couldn't retreat 100kms in 2 weeks, as if I was a statement of fact! You're just another low IQ Alarmist who doesn't have a clue.

By the way, the main stream media will never cover a story that contradicts the global warming narritive.
 

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Went to a BBQ today, the topic of Solar Panels was raised.
The feedback was at ten cents per kwt rebate, Solar Panels are a con. The only ones making money are the energy companies.
I asked if climate change was the reason they installed it?
Response: Nah mate it’s bullshit!
 

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#climatechange Climate IS changing and CO2 looks like the culprit but weary of doctrinal approach that treats any discussion like a fatwa. It is like you cannot think independently on the biggest question of our age without drawing these Pharisees.
 

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Read your own link; it says there... There is a graph on the page for Jan and another one for Feb. Both graphs show the Denmark Straits completely ice free.

Maybe you could try linking to one of the news stories on this important event? I mean, you'd think it would be newsworthy in Iceland, with their fishing fleet locked in by the ice, and all those polar bears wandering across the ice from Greenland.
Ooops, NSIDC posting fake charts again?
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I mean, what would this guy know about the weather, right?

'Global warming the greatest scam in history' claims founder of Weather Channel 'Global warming the greatest scam in history' claims founder of Weather Channel
Sadly John Coleman departed this Earth 2 years ago. He was fearless to the end when it came to confronting the delusion of man made climate change.

Thanks for keeping this thread going RasherHash. You are doing the State more than just some service.
Here's one of John Coleman's productions from 2010. A devastating interview with E Michael Smith.




E Michael has a blog.

Musings from the Chiefio

The web is wonderful to purge the system from the daily greenwash.
 

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//

'Global warming the greatest scam in history' claims founder of //

We humans love to line up big concepts and give ourselves a starring role in the plot. saving humanity, saving dogs, saving the planet.

The jesus story being nicer than most. Sending a million tons of grain to africa every year, so the locals can have even more children. Uniting the fractious states of europe in "ever closer union'.

Mostly the planet has got on fine with or without us. If we pump out a bit more C02, more plants will grow.

"Climate change", as an issue, is about a minority of humans being displaced, at most, and how much of a political nuisance they might be down the road. Toppling apple carts. So you make up a yarn to justify extra taxes, of which you will spend a small part on flood defences, solar panels etc., and quietly a bit more on unfunded pensions.


Sooner or later all the polar ice will melt, and we don't know if it will be in 100 or 10,000 years time. Polar ice has been a fact for only 15% of the planet's life, but 100% of our species life, so we think of polar ice as "normal".
 


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