[ExI] Global cooling: Arctic ice caps grows by 60% against global warming predictions | Mail Online
eugen at leitl.org
Fri Sep 20 09:51:10 UTC 2013
On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 08:00:27PM +0200, Mirco Romanato wrote:
> Il 09/09/2013 13:56, Eugen Leitl ha scritto:
> > On Mon, Sep 09, 2013 at 01:26:51PM +0200, Mirco Romanato wrote:
> >> Il 09/09/2013 08:46, BillK ha scritto:
> >>> Climate changes fluctuate from year to year. One year's figures must
> >>> be seen as part of a long-term trend.
> >> But these figures are homogenized, pasteurized and corrected in any way
> >> suit the people publishing them?
> >> But the long term trend exist or is a conjecture?
> >> Long term on what time scale?
> > Read the fine peer-reviewed publications.
Not a peer-reviewed publication.
> Interesting picture from the facebook page of Bjorn Lomborg
> "Connie Hedegaard, EU climate commissioner, tells us that even if
> climate science was wrong, EU policy on climate change is right.
> I bet the 300,000 households in Germany who lost their power last year
> because they couldn't pay the bills, and the millions of energy poor in
> the UK disagree about Heedegaard's price hikes.
> I bet the 2.6 billion people still living in energy poverty would
> disagree with her notion that "we have to realise that in the world of
> the 21st century for us to have the cheapest possible energy is not the
> Surprising interview with Heedegaard in Telegraph, and with some of my
> comments, like: "EU climate policies will cost £174 billion annually by
> 2020, the EU commissioner seems to suggest wasting £174 billion is no
Not a peer-reviewed publication. BZZZZT. Try again.
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