Johhny Electriglide wrote:
Milton Banana wrote:
As usual fence sitters. Wild claims of disaster never seem to come true. Funny how that works. Do you think your being told the truth?
Official statistics show that the population in areas threatened by global warming is actually rising. The expected environmental disasters have yet to materialize.
When the main disaster is from a 2023 tipping point to about 2500 for thermal maximum twice as high and ten times faster than PETM, it is one of the "wild claims that don't seem to come true"(only because they haven't happened to you yet).
Similar to overpopulation, with the crash past the tipping point by 16 years and inevitable circa 2047,
with horrors, until a generation later it is only 1 to 10% of what it was, and too late to reduce emissions to stop the 85-90% extinction episode. (see long term posts on overpopulation and PETM, etc. ) It is typical of selfish people to not see ahead, and not care about the future.
More-on-bananas can think they are on some sort of fence, but the fact is they don't even care and are too moronic to see ahead.
This is for the facts, respond to them, if you dare (you didn't before on page8, which seems like a rotten banana!)! http://www.skepticalscience.com/global- ... ivity.html
Still unanswered by our fruity member.
Check these out, too;http://www.skepticalscience.com/austral ... ed-it.html
"Australia’s hottest year was no freak event: humans caused it
Posted on 17 January 2014 by dana1981
The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed that 2013 was the hottest year in Australia since records began in 1910.
Unusual heat was a persistent feature throughout the year. For the continent as a whole, we experienced our hottest day on record on January 7. Then January was the hottest month on record, and the 2012-13 summer was the hottest recorded for the nation.
The nation-wide temperature record set for the month of September exceeded the previous record by more than a degree. This was the largest temperature anomaly for any month yet recorded.
Averaged across all of Australia, the temperature for 2013 was 1.2C above the 1961-1990 average, and well above the previous record hot year of 2005 of 1.03C above average.
What caused these extreme temperatures? Climate scientists have a problem: because climate deals with averages and trends, we can’t attribute specific records to a particular cause.
But our research has made significant headway in identifying the causes of climate events, by calculating how much various factors increase the risk of extreme climate events occurring. And we have found sobering results."
As usual, idiots think there is no global warming when it is cold out;http://www.skepticalscience.com/2014-Sk ... dup_3.htmlhttp://www.scientificamerican.com/podca ... n-14-01-12
" The social scientists ascribe such thinking to the fact that a cold spell or heat wave prompts memories of other similar weather events and thus makes one more or less likely to believe in global warming at that moment.
And that means the recent bitter chill of the polar vortex wasn't unusual for prompting climate skepticism. What was really unusual was how many decades it had been since the last deep freeze in the 1990s—and how quickly we forget."