Climate Clowns

Posted: November 6, 2022 by oldbrew in alarmism, climate, COP27, Critique

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Tim Cullen reviews some of the evidence – or lack of it – for the so-called climate emergency/crisis hype, as COP27 kicks off.

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Roll up! Roll Up! The Climate Circus is coming to town.

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  1. oldbrew says:

    Public more likely to support climate action if other countries commit as well
    Date: November 3, 2022
    Source: University of Cologne

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/11/221103104947.htm
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    Doesn’t sound like the emergency/crisis propaganda is having much effect.

  2. Most support for Wind and Solar come from people who cash in for the obscene large subsidies. Even the Fossil Fuel Companies sign up for the stuff, they especially like the Carbon Capture, they can burn all the fossil fuels they like if they bury the CO2, it is a win win for them, only because of the subsidies.

    It is a loss for the farmers who grow food for the world, their fuels to do their work is much more costly and the beneficial CO2 that makes their crops grow better while using precious water more efficiently has been buried for no good reason.

    Farmers should sue companies for burying CO2 instead of delivering it to the growing crops.

  3. oldbrew says:

    Eastern U.S.: A 50-year warming trend 50% less than that from the official NOAA dataset…

    De-Urbanization of Surface Temperatures with the Landsat-Based “Built-Up” Dataset
    November 2nd, 2022 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

    Overview
    A relatively new global dataset of urbanization changes over the 40 year period 1975-2014 based upon Landsat data is used to determine the average effect urbanization has had on surface temperatures. A method is presented to compute the magnitude of the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect on temperatures using the example of summertime 09 UTC (early morning) Integrated Surface Database (ISD) hourly data (mostly from airports) over the period 1973-2022 by comparing urbanization differences to temperature differences from closely-spaced weather stations. The results for the eastern U.S. lead to a 50-year warming trend 50% less than that from the official NOAA homogenized surface temperature dataset. It is likely that the daytime reductions in temperature trends will be less dramatic.

    https://www.drroyspencer.com/2022/11/de-urbanization-of-surface-temperatures-with-the-landsat-based-built-up-dataset/
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    Roy Spencer concludes:
    But given the fact that all CMIP6 climate models produce U.S. summer temperature trends greater than the NOAA observations means the discrepancy between climate models and observations is even larger than currently suspected by many of us. John Christy and I believe it is time for a new surface temperature dataset, and the methodology outlined above looks like a viable approach to that end. [bold added]
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    RS must know that won’t happen any time soon.

  4. Dan Pangburn says:

    Climate change is unrelated to CO2 change. Here’s why. https://energyredirect3.blogspot.com

  5. oldbrew says:

    They all step off their planes and start bellyaching about fossil fuels. Hello?

    Can’t even measure their ’emissions’…

    The Paris Agreement — better measurement methods needed

    Critical method needs in measuring greenhouse gas fluxes
    Date: November 7, 2022
    Source: Linköping University
    Summary: The Paris Agreement says that we should reduce the emission of greenhouse gases to limit the rise in global temperature to 2 degrees Celsius. But do we have the measurement methods needed to achieve this? This is the question posed by researchers. Their answer is disheartening.

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/11/221107083304.htm

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