Posted by: Grant | October 6, 2010

Is It Always All Bad?


There are a few fundamental flaws in “Climate Change”
One is that we cannot use computer models to predict the future without making big assumptions about the future.

 Another is we that cannot predict what the “natural forcings” are going to be. So therefore we cannot discern the future natural climate from the future man-made climate.

Another is that if carbon dioxide causes a very small rise in temperature then global humidity will automatically rise and thus cause more and more warming.

 This article addresses another fundamental flaw in “Climate Change” – it is always all bad.
How can we decide what to do about it if we cannot balance the good effects against the bad effects?
What are the good effects of the world warming by a few degrees?
Is it really always all bad?

Study seeks silver lining in climate change’s clouds
John Ibbitson
Published Tuesday, Oct. 05, 2010 7:18PM EDT
Last updated Tuesday, Oct. 05, 2010 10:26PM EDT

 “Sure, there will be drought in Saskatchewan and fewer fish in the Great Lakes. But look on the bright side: The cruise-ship season could expand by 50 per cent.
As the global environment warms through the course of this century, the Canadian climate will change in both bad and good ways, according to a new publication from the National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy and the Royal Canadian Geographic Society…. ”


The RET Mess – Continued

So the do-good, feel-good, doomsday cultists, try to force us to be Green again (it’s nice to be Green!) and create a gooey, sticky, outrageously expensive mess!
Why am I not surprised.
The more things change the more they stay the same.

Home solar costs 25 times more than ETS to cut gas
EXCLUSIVE: Annabel Hepworth
October 06, 2010 12:00AM

 ” …In a confidential submission obtained by The Australian, the National Generators Forum has told the NSW government that its scheme is costing between $520 and $640 to reduce each tonne of carbon dioxide – compared with the $23 per tonne proposed in the emissions trading scheme shelved by Kevin Rudd.
The submission states that although the scheme will create green jobs, each job created will cost between $130,000 and $700,000. “The cost of the scheme is borne by all energy customers but hidden,” the submission states. “There is a widespread community view that solar generation is good for the environment. However, there is little public understanding of the cost of delivering those perceived benefits.”
NSW supplier EnergyAustralia recently applied to the Australian Energy Regulator to pass through $75.9 million in extra costs between 2009 and 2014 associated with the scheme. The developments will escalate the pressure on Julia Gillard to put a price on carbon…. “

Perhaps it just puts pressure on Julia Gillard to slowly starve “Climate” to death in a committee – it’s not as if it was all going to have any actual effect on “The Globe” in the first place!

 Perhaps Julia Gillard has figured out that everyone wants to be Green, but…


China Plays Greenies At Their Own Game!

You first, no you, no you, no you, come on you, no you…

 You say po-tate-oe I say po-tart-oe, lets call the whole thing off!

 And these UK Guardian Greenies swallow it all, hook line and sinker.


 China calls on rich nations to improve emission targets
Hosts of latest round of UN climate talks say emission reduction goals of developed countries must be focus of negotiations
Jonathan Watts in Tianjin,
Tuesday 5 October 2010 11.20 BST

Governments operate in the real world. Greenies operate in La La Land and should not be pandered too, but counter-attacked.


FOX – Gruesome Greenie Video goes Too Far.

Fox Coverage of 10:10 Global Warming Shock Video (Warning – Graphic)


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