AGW snippets…the sky is NOT falling after all

Climate change killed by blogger/meteorologist: Well done Mr Watts

And another one three, bites the dust: #O fail

The dirty laundry: scrubbed

forget global warming…freezing may be more like it:–Cycle-25-need-worry-NASA-scientists-right-Thames-freezing-again.html move to the tropics

Good grief, they’ve just admitted they’ve been hiding the decline in temps for the last 15 years!

The sky is not falling after all:

Look Up!

Clouds are no less wonderful today than they were a thousand, ten thousand, or a million years ago. Photo by Karen Dalziel.

On Dec. 14, 1973, the majesty of the atmosphere did not disappear. It also did not disappear on May 4, 1995. If you’re wondering, it has not disappeared since then, either.

In fact, the majesty of the atmosphere remains extraordinary, primeval, fantastic. The unfolding drama in the sky that are clouds and air masses and precipitation and wind are, basically, about as wonderful as they have ever been. Take that in for a second. You’re living in a beautiful time, so far as the sky is concerned.

This does not mean that the sky does not sometimes have soot in it, and that we should not do all within our power to limit the unnecessary emission of soot. Are we agreed on that? But the clan of scientists parading as a worldwide, nearly unanimous consensus have stolen something vital from the residents of this beautiful Earth: their sense of wonder and awe beneath the sky.

It probably should have been a red flag when the harbingers of doom pretty much took the Sky-Is-Falling story and started re-selling it under various guises….

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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2 Responses to AGW snippets…the sky is NOT falling after all

  1. Pingback: Don’t panic…don’t panic | pindanpost

  2. tommoriarty says:

    I have set the tide gauge data from the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) to music. (Strange, but kind of fun I think.) The PSMSL data figures prominently in the most quoted sea level rise papers. If you are interested you can see this video here…

    Best Regards,

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