Are any of Gaia’s gases spared the wrath of climate change alarmist airheads?
Oxygen today, perhaps argon tomorrow? All because CO2 hasn’t done what they had so dearly wished it to do for nearly two decades….heat the atmosphere.
Latest story is that global warming will deplete the oceans of oxygen.
Corals and shellfish evolved in the Cambrian Era with CO2 10-20X higher than today, and temperatures 15C higher than today. Obviously warm water is not a problem for sea life.
People go to the Caribbean to snorkel and see the wide diversity of sea life – because the water is warm.
How stupid are these alarmists?
One of the favorite scams of climate alarmists is to blame an eroding sandbar in Alaska on your SUV.
In 1905, which was one of NASA’s coldest years on record – the entire city of Valdez, Alaska was relocated due to melting glaciers.
Climate alarmism is 97% dependent on extreme ignorance and stupidity.
From the credible evidence below, one must conclude with 97% certainty that man-made climate change, global warming, global disruption, global weirding or whatever they call it now, is 97% made up by environmental activist government bureaucrats and UN IPCC activist scientists. Shock news (/sarc).
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By Paul Homewood
We know that the IPCC Summary for Policymakers (SPM) does not always reflect what is actually in the scientific chapters. But evidence is now emerging that the US State Dept has attempted to influence what was written in both the SPM and chapters.
Ron Arnold has this damning essay on CFACT:
Many have suspected that U.S. political intervention in climate science has corrupted the outcome. The new emergence of an old 1995 document from the U.S. State Department to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change confirms those suspicions, or at least gives the allegation credence enough to ask questions.
It’s troubling that a FOIA lawsuit came up empty – “no such correspondence in our files” – when the old 1995 document was requested from the U.S. State Department late last year. This raises a certain ironic question: If I have a copy of your…
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