JimC wrote: ↑
Wed Feb 12, 2020 7:49 pm
Perhaps you have no understanding of the actual meaning of "diurnal cycle", otherwise your sentence is utterly without meaning.
You are beginning to understand me. Let me make this clear:
The phrase "climate change" is, as you say, utterly without meaning.
So why use it to sell their program?
By "climate alarmists", I presume you mean the thousands of highly qualified climate scientists whose objective studies demonstrate how continuing global warming will pose major problems for both the global environment and human civilisation.
No, but thanks for helping to make my point. I'll try to be gentle here, JimC...
'climate alarmists' are people exhibiting unnecessary alarm at the weather.
It may be tough to sort out what is 'unnecessary' from reality, but immediately dismissing any possible scientific dissent, by citing (the NPC-sounding) 'I presume you mean the thousands of highly qualified climate scientists whose objective...'
Well, that sounds a bit closed-minded.
To me, anyway.
https://clintel.nl/wp-content/uploads/2 ... -to-un.pdf
Sr. António Guterres, Secretary-General, United Nations,
United Nations Headquarters,
New York, NY 10017, United States of America.
Ms. Patricia Espinosa Cantellano, Executive Secretary,
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change,
UNFCCC Secretariat, UN Campus, Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1,
53113 Bonn, Germany
There is no climate emergency
That's the short form. I would call anyone a 'climate alarmist' if they are predicting things that keep serving their political aims, independent of their accuracy. If there were highly paid actors doing it, I would suspect them of being highly paid to do it.
Energy IS big business, and when I think of how subtle competition might look around energy companies, I don't rule out someone paying protesters to make a little more noise for tactical purposes.
So anyone presenting a very clear case, without VERY clear falsifications available, has a big hill to climb.