Things I've Tagged ‘Climate Change’

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#Climate Change, #Common Sense

So what it means is that we are all educated to see change as gradual over long periods of time. So any sudden or dramatic change is seen as either wrong or unnatural. Of course, that plays into the hands of the environmentalists, because it means all of this is not natural, it is something humans are doing, when in fact nature varies tremendously all the time.

Timothy Ball

#Climate Change, #Ridiculous

Climate Change: Inevitably Natural, or Human Induced Pathogen?

The researchers analyzed published data on 829 physical systems–such as melting glaciers and warming waters–and 28,800 living plant and animal systems stretching back to 1970.

All of the systems have shown documented changes over the past few decades. — John Roach

Apparently it is inconceivable that something like a glacier might change in a matter of decades; it is inconceivable that a “living, breathing entity”, like the earth, would not remain in the same state for an eternity, but would in fact change.

I wonder what those documented changes are, because few real examples are given to let me experience the sense of awe and wonderment at the radical changes taking place. Whatever happened to global cooling (that is now explained away as not having any scientific consensus behind it)?