The price of Climate Change: 56 billion plus the rest

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  1. Mr Spock!

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    And now Sures has to post some graphs to prove the Isa and Diamintina wasn't really hot.
     
  2. ImTheMan

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  3. Surely

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    Hey I can only look at the temp data from bom, nothing's changed


    Drought you say, western Qld you say, I'm shocked, these droughts must be new.
     
  4. Jimbo

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    More peer-reviewed climate science:

    https://thsresearch.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/ef-gast-data-research-report-062717.pdf
     
  5. B-dos

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    thats not the climate science that gets published on the pages of our newspapers

    peter fitzsimmons carrying on about fossils like abbott and bernadi is far better material
     
  6. Jimbo

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    Indeed

    A few too many inconvenient truths, it would seem
     
  7. Surely

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    That's pretty damning

    It appears global warming has been manufactured with computers, I'm shocked, shocked !
     
  8. Jimbo

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    I doubt the authors' analysis is orthentic

    They were probably payed by big oil
     
  9. Bandwagon

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    Ha ha, a bunch of blokes with the same pre-conceived ideas get together in order to produce a study to support said pre-conceived ideas has you blokes fapping away over "damning evidence" and "inconvenient truths"

    This could be the big one guys!
     
  10. Jimbo

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    We're not talking about the IPCC bandy
     
  11. millersnose

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    its not a reviewed article and from what I read its as dodgy as farg

    there is no doubt that the world has warmed over the last 150 years

    yes there are temperature adjustments by the main bodies and yeas those adjustments increase the temperature but they are largely agreed upon and in line with each other
     
  12. Surely

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    Maybe it has maybe it hasn't, I don't think it's possible to measure that period accurately enough.

    As an aside just what is the optimal temperature for the planet ?
     
  13. millersnose

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    well with degrees of uncertainty sure but the vast body of science on the matter is clear, and that includes the currys, the soons, the pielkes, the lindzens, the muellers

    none of which can be accused of being alarmists

    in my view??
    probably warmer than it is today
     
  14. Surely

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    Its an interesting question.

    Technically the alarmists are conservatives, no change is good.
     
  15. Bandwagon

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    Fap fap fap James.

    At least Millers has the good sense to see you blew your load there a bit prematurely.
     
  16. Surely

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    the good thing is satellite data will give us a clearer picture in 100 years, even then its a miniscule time frame though.
     
  17. Bandwagon

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    Time will always provide more data, I think that's a given.
     
  18. Surely

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    We are talking real data though, not fudged.
     
  19. Bandwagon

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    Didn't we just go through this mate?
     
  20. Mr Spock!

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    "Clearly the historical GAST data adjustments that have been made have been dramatic and invariably have been favorable to Climate Alarmists’ views regarding Global Warming." p17

    Nah that's not a scientific paper.....it's a poorly opinionated piece most probably published by Hearltand Institute which someone sent to their mates.

    https://www.heartland.org/publicati...the-validity-of-epas-co2-endangerment-finding

    Authors are associated with Heartland

    And the people who support it (like wtf)

    Richard Keen - Richard Keen was in the Vatican City, Italy, for a press event hosted by the Heartland Institute in order to “dissuade Pope Francis from lending his moral authority to the politicized and unscientific climate agenda of the United Nations,” according to a Heartland Institute press release.

    Also....

    Alan carlin. Economist known denialist
    Harold Doiron mechanical engineer. Known denialist
    Theodore r Eck. Economist for Standard Oil.
     

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