Posted by: ahallatt | May 26, 2009

The Daily Telegraph

Looks like my current series on climate change numpties is pressing a few buttons at the Daily Telegraph.

It’s not just the FUNDING of these numpties that makes me question their conclusions, it’s the lack of good science. Every time you trace a claim that anthropogenic climate change isn’t happening back you find bad science, or no science at all. And no, I’m not glad anyone lost their jobs, but I am glad people are buying less.  

The economy is a subset of the environment and we need to transition to a sustainable one.

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  1. “Every time you trace a claim that anthropogenic climate change isn’t happening back you find bad science, or no science at all”.

    LOL really? Show us where these empty claims are… I think you’ll find it’s quite the opposite.

  2. Professor Ian Plimer explains why the case against catastrophic man-made warming – have been so short on science and so long on personal abuse:

    Green politics have taken the place of failed socialism and Western Christianity and impose fear, guilt, penance and indulgences on to a society with little scientific literacy. We are now reaping the rewards of politicising science and dumbing down the education system. If book sales, public meetings, book launches, email and phone messages are any indication, there is a large body of disenfranchised folk out there who feel helpless. I have shown that the emperor has no clothes. This is why the attacks are so vitriolic.

    http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,25552775-7583,00.html


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