Q. What’s the quickest way to get named, shamed, locked up and stoned, or perhaps burned at the stake, at the UN’s Paris climate gabfest?
A. Bring a slide of this rather inconvenient fact into the negotiating room, and question the Lysenkoists how is it possible for 2015 to be the “Hottest Year On Record” with record Arctic sea-ice growth?
Or dare to question how there is any Arctic sea ice at all, after climate ‘experts’ from; Gore, Kerry, The Sierra Club, BBC, CNN, ABC etc etc assured us that by 2014 there would be “NO” summer sea ice left!
The “Science Is Settled” LOL.
On the last day of COP 21 in Paris, the Arctic is giving COP 21 criminals the finger with unprecedented fast ice growth,
Ice is growing very rapidly in the Barents and Kara Seas, and will likely be close to the NSIDC “normal” in a few weeks.
The green areas below show ice growth during the past two weeks.
Meanwhile, criminals at CNN claim that Greenland is melting down at -32C, and that they can see it happening from thousands of miles away.
Greenland’s surface has seen record ice gain this autumn of more than 250 billion tons of ice and snow – averaging three billion tons of new ice per day. CNN calls that “melting”
Temperatures at Greenland’s capital have been plummeting since 2003, and are the coldest since the Mt…
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Well done Judith Curry. Your willingness to question the climate orthodoxy, at the potential expense of your career, reputation and by default, exclude yourself from funding, is beyond commendable. However what you are doing is simply the essence of science – to question hypothesis (and authority), that we may discover and understand more about the complex climate system. Bravo, thank you and do not stop doing what you are doing. It is *so* important for the future of science and the scientific method.
The New York Times, providing yet another telling contradiction to its moral crusade as champions of tolerance, equality, peace and racial harmony.
By Paul Homewood
If the Paris talks fail to come up with anything meaningful, which appears likely, we can thank the New York Times for the above cartoon!
Unsurprisingly, the Indians themselves are furious, as the India Times reports:
The New York Times has sparked off a controversy. In a recently published cartoon, the daily has mocked the stand India took at the Paris Climate Conference.
The cartoon depicts India as an elephant which is on a railway track, blocking a train named ‘Paris Climate Summit’.
During the summit India had positioned itself as the champion of developing nations, posing a challenge to policies of the developed countries much to the displeasure of the western block.
This is not the first time that New York Times have triggered controversy over its depiction of India. Last October the newspaper had generated massive outrage in India after a cartoon mocked India’s…
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