Global Warming Writer Needed – Those With Critical Thinking Skills Need Not Apply

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17 Responses to Global Warming Writer Needed – Those With Critical Thinking Skills Need Not Apply

  1. Otter (ClimateOtter on Twitter) says:

    Well, I’m out.

  2. Andy Oz says:

    Here is a good writer at the Melbourne Age. Notice even the First Australians remember the end of the Ice Age and the rising of the seas.

    “Noongar tradition tells of the time before the sea levels rose, some 7500 years ago, when Rottnest and Garden islands were coastal hills.

    The Noongar believed that the spirits of unborn children waited for their mothers in special places such as lakes and outcrops so, as the seas rose, these “spirit children” were cut off from any chance of finding a mother and being born into the real world.”

  3. ntesdorf says:

    I always think that photo must be Groucho Marx not Seth Borentein. The comments are just as funny.

  4. Jimbo says:

    I suspect Seth has investments in carbon schemes. It’s the only explanation.

  5. Jl says:

    “15 hottest years on record..” Correct me, but aren’t temperature records of the kind to be able to say “hottest, or coldest year on record” only go back to 1880 or so? A couple of warm, or cold years out of 135 when the whole picture is 4.5 billion years does not make a trend.

    • Peter Yates says:

      Yes, and surely the *recent* records aren’t the only records that scientists have access to. There are ice-core records and other proxies.
      If you take Greenland ice-core records as an example, .. “Temperatures have been warmer than today for almost all of the past 10,000 years.”
      “ ‘Natural global warming much more intense than modern warming has occurred many times in the geologic past without CO2 change,’ said Easterbrook.”

      Anyway, it seems that Seth Borenstein is being less than honest about the recent temperature trends. Anybody with some knowledge of science and statistics, and the associated graphs and charts, will quickly realize that the global temperature trend has not been increasing for at *least 15 years. (The latest RSS graph shows no global warming at all for 17 years, 8 months.) .. Remember that the original GW hypothesis said that global average temperatures would *continue to rise* under the influence of steadily rising CO2 levels, much like the vast majority of computer models show rising temperatures.

  6. Mom2Girls says:

    Wonder how much of our grain supply is in warehouses and grain elevetors stored along the lakes right now?

    • Shazaam says:

      Virtually none.

      Because there is no such stockpile anymore. There used to be, but the powers that be prefer spending the tax money they take from the citizens on stuff that goes “BOOM” and fantasy computer-generated climate models and golfing vacations for the Laughingstock-in-Chief.

  7. quaesoveritas says:

    Very similar situation on 1945.
    14 of the hottest 15 years in the preceding 17 years and temperatures were actually rising, except that they didn’t get as high as 1944 again until 1980.
    And that’s after data tampering.

  8. Stephen Richards says:

    It’ll get awkward if he gets to the point where he has to say 150 of the last 150 years have been the warmest in the last 150 years.

  9. Oh, great…now you’re a Steven Goddard Growth Denier, in the face of incontrovertible evidence that your height is out of control and we’re all doomed if you don’t stop. You’re probably inhaling too much CO2 (well, somebody must be…somewhere, somehow).

  10. rw says:

    “All of the 15 hottest years on record have been in last 17 years when supposedly ‘no warming'”

    Then why is it cold out?

    (Oh, I forgot. Seth Borenstein is owned by bankers.)

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