New BBC Programme On Climate Change

Posted: February 23, 2015 by tallbloke in solar system dynamics

Paul Homewood previews the BBC’s forthcoming IPCC Paris conference wind-up

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

h/t QV

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02jsdrk

The BBC have a programme on climate change going out tonight next Monday. According to the blurb:

This programme aims to remedy that, with a new perspective on the whole subject. Presented by three mathematicians – Dr Hannah Fry, Prof Norman Fenton and Prof David Spiegelhalter – it hones in on just three key numbers that clarify all the important questions around climate change. The stories behind these numbers involve an extraordinary cast of characters, almost all of whom had nothing to do with climate change, but whose work is critical to our understanding of the climate.

The three numbers are:
0.85 degrees (the amount of warming the planet has undergone since 1880)
95 per cent (the degree of certainty climate scientists have that at least half the recent warming is man-made)
1 trillion tonnes (the total amount of carbon we can afford to…

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Comments
  1. and they are wrong, wrong and wrong on al 3 points.

  2. Richard111 says:

    And they use licence fee monies for this blatant propaganda. Glad I’m too old to pay any more.