Reader squodgy commented here:
“I am a member of a local Wildlife Trust, and upon receiving the latest newsletter, read its introduction by the ‘Director’ praising the IPCC ‘Climate Conference’ and plugging the needs for everybody to get on board.
Naturally I responded expressing my disappointment, including self explanatory links, and personal experiences, all of which, in my humble opinion, more than justified doubt in the official line.
Even a child can see how chemtrails mess up a clear sky.
His response was so disappointing, I never bothered to reply….
Many thanks for your e-mail about climate change.
I’m afraid, we’ll have to agree to disagree on this. I have taken a deep interest in the science of climate change for decades building on from my PhD that looked at natural climate change over the last 5000 years by looking at the record in peat bogs. Of course, in science, there are many different theories, opinions, facts, data and evidence and sifting through the many different bits is a difficult task especially for a subject as broad and well studied as climate change. This is why the International Panel on Climate Change is so important as they have sought to construct a consensus view from the science. The consensus is over-whelming that anthropogenic air pollution by greenhouse gases (mostly CO2) is causing climate change.
For wildlife across the world, the consequences are dire which is why I think YWT needs to help to address this issue through our work, on, for example, peatlands and marine.
I hope my reply does not disappoint you too much as I’m sure we agree on a lot more and can I sincerely thank you for your support.”
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Maybe you want to send him this …
Looks like CO2 has very little to do with the Greenhouse Effect …
… and just look at how little humans are affecting CO2.
Maybe you want to control the water vapor’s contribution to the Greenhouse Effect.
Good luck with that!
And look at those “skyrocketing” CO2 levels …
… that have risen to “unprecedented” levels. <sarc>
Couldn’t possibly be the sun, that is the cause of global warming and global cooling …
Oh, so maybe it is the sun that is responsible for global warming and global cooling after all.
Ask every child whose presence is warming the earth and whose absence is cooling the earth.
But maybe that is too bloody obvious (for computer model hockey stick scientists).
But wait, there is more …
Surely humans were the ones responsible for “anthropogenic air pollution by greenhouse gases (mostly CO2)” during the the Medieval Warm Period, or what else could have possibly caused the Medieval Warm Period?
“We have to get rid of the Medieval Warm Period.”
Dominance of the graph by the MWP was the challenge. As IPCC participant Jay Overpeck said in his email to Professor Deming, “We have to get rid of the Medieval Warm Period.”
Can’t sell this as anthropogenic air pollution by greenhouse gases, or can they?
But maybe they can, because the sheeple seem to believe bloody everything these days, just like him.
And NO, we are not disappointed that he just wants to keep her job and therefor has to support the non-existent consensus “that anthropogenic air pollution by greenhouse gases (mostly CO2) is causing climate change”.
– What happened to global warming? The warmest year recorded globally was 1998 (BBC News, Oct.9, 2009):
This headline may come as a bit of a surprise, so too might that fact that the warmest year recorded globally was not in 2008 or 2007, but in 1998.
(And these are just a few links. Maybe he should try and use the bloody internet and do some research.)