Guardian : Silence Dissent

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14 Responses to Guardian : Silence Dissent

  1. Has anyone else noticed that the so called “alarming” Co2 measurements were in fact measured on top of a volcano in Hawaii.

    Hawaii’s volcanoes seem like a nice place to collect “alarming” Co2 measurements.

  2. Say it with me!

    Co2 measurements From the top of a volcano!
    Co2 measurements From the top of a volcano!
    Co2 measurements From the top of a volcano!
    Co2 measurements From the top of a volcano!


  3. Latitude says:

    When they were doing the CO2 reconstructions, they threw out the high CO2 measurements in order to show that CO2 was lower than it really was in the past.

    Exactly like they keep lowering older temperature records to try and show more warming.

  4. Justa Joe says:

    Oh wow…

    That would actually be concerning if this clown could identify how this modest increase is bad.

    He suggests that pre-industrial CO2 was at about 235PPM and now it’s 390PPM so as a percentage of the atmoshere CO2 has increased by .o155%. – So what. Now show me how this increase in CO2 has resulted in anything but perhaps greater crop yields.

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    Crying wolf for the umpteenth time!

  6. Chris F says:

    Global warming needs to be taken to court and all evidence exposed to the daylight so that it’s the warmists that are sidelined.

  7. Sean says:

    Look, I am as skeptical as the next guy but there is little doubt that CO2 is increasing in the atmosphere from burning fossil fuels. The more critical question is does it matter much to the earth’s temperature or will it’s effect be lost in the noise of natural climate variability. Both sides of the climate debate can agree on some things and these could be the basis for honest debate of the critical issues going forward.

    • Baa Humbug says:

      be the basis for honest debate of the critical issues going forward.

      Dreamt Sean whilst snoozing off all that wonderful Christmas fare in his tummy. Nice thought though 🙂

      Sceptics have been asking for debate for well over 10 years now. But the science is settled apparantly.

  8. Sundance says:

    There was an article in the NYT on 12/24/10 about the Keeling Curve seen here:×372.png

    So as CO2 accelerates what is the Temperature response?

    Here is HadCRUT3v ananoly data by decade.
    Decade Sum of Annual Change From Previous
    anomalies Decade
    1960-1969 -.1168C —
    1970-1979 -.0880C .0288C
    1980-1989 .0805C .1685C
    1990-1999 .2386C .1581C
    2000-2009 .4114C .1728C

    Where’s the accelerated warming in the last 3 decades? Shouldn’t interval rates be rising as the CO2 growth curve has accelerated from 1970 to 2009? Instead we have linear growth not curved growth. Where’s the .3C degree IPCC decadal average, is it hiding somewhere? If we’re to have 9C degree warming like the hippie scientist from Penn State suggested the other day, we need to see decadal warming of 1C degree the remaining 9 decades.

    • Sundance says:

      Well my column labels got all messed up. The first numbers are dates for the decade. The second column was the sum net total of yearly anomalies for the decade. The last column was the decadal increase over the previous decade.

  9. I have a suggestion for what Mr. McKie can do.

  10. from the article:

    Just as negotiators were reaching their compromise deal on global warming in CancĂșn two weeks ago…..

    He left off “in record cold”!!!!

  11. D Bonson says:

    “We must sideline the sceptics” This can be translated into “We, the global warming congregation, are getting our backsides handed to us.”

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