Models Reconsidered: There Is No Climate Emergency

Posted: February 14, 2020 by oldbrew in alarmism, climate, Critique, modelling, propaganda
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The point of climate alarmism is to try and convince us that we’re the problem. But when nothing much happens and their predictions fail, it falls flat – or should do.

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~

If you look carefully it turns out that the apocalyptic Climate Emergency narrative is an empty shell. Just what the looming catastrophe looks like is never explained. As the saying goes, there is no there, there. But there is a good reason for this carefully crafted silence, namely there is no plausible scenario whereby global catastrophe comes from global warming.

As the CLINTEL Manifesto points out, the emergency narrative is based on runaway computer models. As we know from video games, computer modelers can make their models do anything they want them to. The modelers are like fiction writers in this regard. Look at the past 150 years. The global temperature rose about 1 degree C, but the social and economic progress was spectacular. The global poverty was never as low as today. So, what is the problem?

The CLINTEL World Climate Declaration explains it…

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  1. oldbrew says:

    Sound the alarm, here comes the BBC again. Now they’re pushing their beloved climate change in the weather forecast.

    Coastal floods warning in UK as sea levels rise
    By David Shukman
    Science editor
    49 minutes ago

    The global average sea level is rising by more than 3mm a year.

    This is partly because water expands when it warms – what’s known as “thermal expansion” – and also because the ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are melting.

    In the worst-case scenario, the oceans could be about one metre higher by the end of the century.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-51283716
    – – –
    Forgetting that this rate of increase (~3mm per year) has been going on for well over a century, maybe a lot longer i.e. since the Little Ice Age.

    The UK didn’t even have a power grid until the 1930s and car ownership took off decades after that, in other words it’s natural variation. But they will never admit that, for obvious propaganda reasons.
    – – –
    Alarmist NYT wades in…

  2. ivan says:

    The UN Church of Climatology must keep on trying to scare the world’s population to keep the money flowing to themselves and the merchant banks. If the money stopped the scam would collapse and heads would roll.

    The un and all its offshoots needs disbanding before it takes over the world – it appears it has taken over the UK via green Boris.

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