what planetary tipping point? …

Tipping points are one of those imaginary concepts that climate warmists regale us with. At last, an academic now says otherwise.

Planetary tipping point concept debunked

Planetary tipping point concept debunked

A planetary scale tipping point – a nonlinear and potentially irreversible change to ecosystems across the globe – is unlikely to occur in the terrestrial realm, according to an ecologist from the University of Western Australia (UWA). […]

The same Institution that hosts the Lew-paper ‘conspiracist’.

Winthrop Hall, UWA

Winthrop Hall, UWA

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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1 Response to what planetary tipping point? …

  1. Wes Stern Awe Stray Lions speak of sudden pole shifts it eat-her means drive a stick shift Polish made Subaru Outback or the North and South pole shall move when the third horseman arrives he shall slam into the sea East of Africa as a lesson to Tom Buck Too and Blacl Africa and all points in a direct line unprotected by barrier islands. The waves shall touch the sky and lightning and thunder shall herald the coming of judgement arms mega done the end of war and evil. This is a joyful great event followed by perfect storms and perfect flood and ice age, This is good news dance and sing, for all evil shall be destroyed. Global war Ming is good for the meteors can split apart in the warmer sky and save pi billion survivors and Moor.

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