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Panic & Warming Stalled

May 22, 2008

http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/com…

Tim Blair checks a poll on warming panic and reports:

Nearly two decades of climate change panic and … nothing’s changed.

http://blogs.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/timblair/index.php/dailyteleg…

Well, apart from Al Gore getting richer and taxpayers poorer

Warmest Regards

Bonzo

"There is no compelling evidence that carbon dioxide has any significant
control over the direction of global temperature and climate. The
processes that regulate the interannual to decadal fluctuations of
climate are poorly understood and, as yet, unpredictable" William
Kininmonth, Meteorologist, Former Head, National Climate Centre, Bureau
of Meteorology, 1986-1998

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  1. admin says:

    May 22, 2008

    http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/com

    Tim Blair checks a poll on warming panic and reports:

      Nearly two decades of climate change panic and … nothing’s changed.

      http://blogs.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/timblair/index.php/dailyteleg

    Well, apart from Al Gore getting richer and taxpayers poorer.

    Warmest Regards

    Bonzo

    "The question scientists should now be asking is not how much it will
    warm over the next 50 to 100 years, but why has it warmed so little
    during the major carbon dioxide buildup?" Patrick J. Michaels,
    Environmental Scientist , University of Virginia

  2. admin says:

    Poor Iimpotent Bonzo.  With all his incompetence and non stop lying, he is
    powerless
    to change the course of history.

    G8 ministers endorse greenhouse gas cuts by 2050
    ————————————————
    – May 25, 2008 =

    KOBE, Japan – Environmental ministers from the world’s top industrial
    countries say they have the political will to
    move toward cutting greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2050.

    However, the announcement Monday by ministers meeting in Japan stopped short
    of setting a more contentious goal of
    slashing emissions by 2020.

    The G8 statement said that rich nations have the responsibility to take the
    lead in cutting emissions. The statement is
    aimed at setting the stage for the Group of Eight summit in Japan in July.