[ExI] [wta-talk] Richard Lindzen on climate hysteria

Mirco Romanato painlord2k at libero.it
Sun Aug 2 23:21:27 UTC 2009

Alfio Puglisi ha scritto:
> On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 11:17 PM, Alfio Puglisi<alfio.puglisi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The observed warming trend for the last ~50 years is around
>> 0.17°C/year
> Sorry, I meant 0.017°C/year obviously!

Do you know that people, in the '70s were scared by global chilling?
They talked so much about "the incoming ice age".
So, it appear you start from a minimum.
Now, 30 years are a very short time frame to be able to foretell the
climate in the next 50.

During the Roman times, in England people could grow grapes for wine.
Now, I think it is impossible because it is too cold.

So, it is too cold or too hot in England, today?

And, before telling there is a heating, please, could tell us what is
the right temperature for any and all places on Earth?

Is it the temperature of today? the temperature of 30 years ago?
The temperature of 2 hundreds years (during the Little Ice Age)?


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