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chris watton

15,936 posts

146 months

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Thursday 5th April 2012 quote quote all
Happy82 said:
To be fair, head priest Viner did state we *might* not see snow hehe There are a lot of 'might' , 'possibly' and 'could' when it comes to MMuGW laugh

Out of interest, how do the weathergirls on the BBC get away with saying "enjoy a drive in the warm, sunny weather" when it's obviously the warmest day on record and directly linked to global warming? Thought the BBC would have them telling us to repent for having a bit of sun in the UK tongue out
yep, the words 'maybe', 'possibly','could' and 'perhaps' crop up a lot with these clowns....along with the all time fave - 'even much worserer than previous thought'

turbobloke

62,478 posts

146 months

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Thursday 5th April 2012 quote quote all
Healthy Polar Bear Count Confounds Doomsayers

The debate about climate change and its impact on polar bears has intensified with the release of a survey that shows the bear population in a key part of northern Canada is far larger than many scientists thought, and might be growing. The number of bears along the western shore of Hudson Bay, believed to be among the most threatened bear subpopulations, stands at 1,013 and could be even higher, according to the results of an aerial survey released Wednesday by the Government of Nunavut. The study shows that “the bear population is not in crisis as people believed,” said Drikus Gissing, Nunavut’s director of wildlife management. “There is no doom and gloom.” He said the media in southern Canada has led people to believe polar bears are endangered. “They are not.” He added that there are about 25,000 polar bears across Canada’s Arctic. “That’s likely the highest [population level] there has ever been.”
Paul Waldie, The Globe and Mail, 05 April 2012

Compare and contrast the above with Batty Atty as per this comment from Lord Lawson last year:

Sir David Attenborough is one of this country’s finest journalists, and a great expert on animal life. Unfortunately, however, when it comes to global warming he seems to prefer sensation to objectivity. Had he wished to be objective, he would have pointed out that, while satellite observations do indeed confirm that the extent of arctic sea ice has been declining over the past 30 years, the same satellite observations show that, overall, Antarctic sea ice has been expanding over the same period. Had he wished to be objective, he would have pointed out that the polar bear population has not been falling, but rising.
Nigel Lawson, BBC Radio Times, 29 November 2011

Jasandjules

51,434 posts

115 months

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Thursday 5th April 2012 quote quote all
Happy82 said:
To be fair, head priest Viner did state we *might* not see snow hehe There are a lot of 'might' , 'possibly' and 'could' when it comes to MMuGW laugh
Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past

However, the warming is so far manifesting itself more in winters which are less cold than in much hotter summers. According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become "a very rare and exciting event".

"Children just aren't going to know what snow is," he said.

http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/snowfalls...






turbobloke

62,478 posts

146 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
Apparently the boat race stunt was due to an environ mentalist. Ho hum.

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voyds9

5,002 posts

169 months

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Polar bear population explodes due to global warming.
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Happy82

6,343 posts

55 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
Jasandjules said:
Happy82 said:
To be fair, head priest Viner did state we *might* not see snow hehe There are a lot of 'might' , 'possibly' and 'could' when it comes to MMuGW laugh
Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past

However, the warming is so far manifesting itself more in winters which are less cold than in much hotter summers. According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become "a very rare and exciting event".

"Children just aren't going to know what snow is," he said.

http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/snowfalls...
I think he is a lying filthy cretin responsible for thousands of deaths too, but unfortunately warmists use the 'maybe' words scattered throughout his report as a get-out clause for the lies and panic they spread irked

I just pray that one day they'll be held responsible for what they've done, but I imagine they'll get off with it frown

turbobloke

62,478 posts

146 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
Classic BBC this evening on a news item covering the commemorative Titanic cruise, the newsreader said "global warming means that icebergs are less common these days".

Twunts. Maybe they just can't help it.

Mr GrimNasty

4,107 posts

56 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
turbobloke said:
Classic BBC this evening on a news item covering the commemorative Titanic cruise, the newsreader said "global warming means that icebergs are less common these days".

Twunts. Maybe they just can't help it.
Yer, I had a quick chuckle, I'd like to see the research done/figures used by the reporter concerned, I'd hazard a guess there was none, and it was a warming factoid made up and tossed in for free!

Gene Vincent

4,002 posts

44 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
Mr GrimNasty said:
turbobloke said:
Classic BBC this evening on a news item covering the commemorative Titanic cruise, the newsreader said "global warming means that icebergs are less common these days".

Twunts. Maybe they just can't help it.
Yer, I had a quick chuckle, I'd like to see the research done/figures used by the reporter concerned, I'd hazard a guess there was none, and it was a warming factoid made up and tossed in for free!
I might have got the wrong end of what I've read in the past... but... wasn't it THE thing that warming caused more 'calving' and there will be MORE icebergs?

There was so much bullst bandied about it is hard to recall exactly but I'm fairly convinced that was a result of warming.

Globs

13,131 posts

117 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
Gene Vincent said:
Mr GrimNasty said:
turbobloke said:
Classic BBC this evening on a news item covering the commemorative Titanic cruise, the newsreader said "global warming means that icebergs are less common these days".

Twunts. Maybe they just can't help it.
Yer, I had a quick chuckle, I'd like to see the research done/figures used by the reporter concerned, I'd hazard a guess there was none, and it was a warming factoid made up and tossed in for free!
I might have got the wrong end of what I've read in the past... but... wasn't it THE thing that warming caused more 'calving' and there will be MORE icebergs?

There was so much bullst bandied about it is hard to recall exactly but I'm fairly convinced that was a result of warming.
No, you've all got it completely wrong.
Global warming causes more icebergs to be created but the sea's so hot now that they just melt before they hit anything.

It's a bit like the melting Arctic icecap, which at a mere minus 20C is like a freezer stuck on the defrost cycle, with bits of ice falling with a big plop into the bottom, to be melted away safely before her indoors has a chance to empty the cold atlantic waters from the drip tray.

Sometimes I think you lot haven't got the memo, so remember:

  • Too hot: Global warming
  • Too dry: Global warming
  • Too cold: Global warming
  • Too wet: Global warming
  • Too many icebergs: Global warming
  • Too few icebergs: Global warming
  • Carbon credits rise: Global warming
  • Carbon credits fall: Global warming
  • Too few Polar bears: Global warming
  • Too many Polar bears: Global warming
I can't imagine why this remained unsettled.

mko9

466 posts

98 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
Don't forget earthquakes and hurricanes.

Gene Vincent

4,002 posts

44 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
fk-it, I wish I was as clever as these environmentalists.

mybrainhurts

77,869 posts

141 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
Globs said:
Gene Vincent said:
Mr GrimNasty said:
turbobloke said:
Classic BBC this evening on a news item covering the commemorative Titanic cruise, the newsreader said "global warming means that icebergs are less common these days".

Twunts. Maybe they just can't help it.
Yer, I had a quick chuckle, I'd like to see the research done/figures used by the reporter concerned, I'd hazard a guess there was none, and it was a warming factoid made up and tossed in for free!
I might have got the wrong end of what I've read in the past... but... wasn't it THE thing that warming caused more 'calving' and there will be MORE icebergs?

There was so much bullst bandied about it is hard to recall exactly but I'm fairly convinced that was a result of warming.
No, you've all got it completely wrong.
Global warming causes more icebergs to be created but the sea's so hot now that they just melt before they hit anything.

It's a bit like the melting Arctic icecap, which at a mere minus 20C is like a freezer stuck on the defrost cycle, with bits of ice falling with a big plop into the bottom, to be melted away safely before her indoors has a chance to empty the cold atlantic waters from the drip tray.

Sometimes I think you lot haven't got the memo, so remember:

  • Too hot: Global warming
  • Too dry: Global warming
  • Too cold: Global warming
  • Too wet: Global warming
  • Too many icebergs: Global warming
  • Too few icebergs: Global warming
  • Carbon credits rise: Global warming
  • Carbon credits fall: Global warming
  • Too few Polar bears: Global warming
  • Too many Polar bears: Global warming
I can't imagine why this remained unsettled.
Don't forget boiling oceans...very important, that

turbobloke

62,478 posts

146 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
mybrainhurts said:
Globs said:
Gene Vincent said:
Mr GrimNasty said:
turbobloke said:
Classic BBC this evening on a news item covering the commemorative Titanic cruise, the newsreader said "global warming means that icebergs are less common these days".

Twunts. Maybe they just can't help it.
Yer, I had a quick chuckle, I'd like to see the research done/figures used by the reporter concerned, I'd hazard a guess there was none, and it was a warming factoid made up and tossed in for free!
I might have got the wrong end of what I've read in the past... but... wasn't it THE thing that warming caused more 'calving' and there will be MORE icebergs?

There was so much bullst bandied about it is hard to recall exactly but I'm fairly convinced that was a result of warming.
No, you've all got it completely wrong.
Global warming causes more icebergs to be created but the sea's so hot now that they just melt before they hit anything.

It's a bit like the melting Arctic icecap, which at a mere minus 20C is like a freezer stuck on the defrost cycle, with bits of ice falling with a big plop into the bottom, to be melted away safely before her indoors has a chance to empty the cold atlantic waters from the drip tray.

Sometimes I think you lot haven't got the memo, so remember:

  • Too hot: Global warming
  • Too dry: Global warming
  • Too cold: Global warming
  • Too wet: Global warming
  • Too many icebergs: Global warming
  • Too few icebergs: Global warming
  • Carbon credits rise: Global warming
  • Carbon credits fall: Global warming
  • Too few Polar bears: Global warming
  • Too many Polar bears: Global warming
I can't imagine why this remained unsettled.
Don't forget boiling oceans...very important, that
Boiling oceans of hydrochoric acid. Conc HCl I tells ya.

Mr GrimNasty

4,107 posts

56 months

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Sunday 8th April 2012 quote quote all
turbobloke said:
mybrainhurts said:
Globs said:
Gene Vincent said:
Mr GrimNasty said:
turbobloke said:
Classic BBC this evening on a news item covering the commemorative Titanic cruise, the newsreader said "global warming means that icebergs are less common these days".

Twunts. Maybe they just can't help it.
Yer, I had a quick chuckle, I'd like to see the research done/figures used by the reporter concerned, I'd hazard a guess there was none, and it was a warming factoid made up and tossed in for free!
I might have got the wrong end of what I've read in the past... but... wasn't it THE thing that warming caused more 'calving' and there will be MORE icebergs?

There was so much bullst bandied about it is hard to recall exactly but I'm fairly convinced that was a result of warming.
No, you've all got it completely wrong.
Global warming causes more icebergs to be created but the sea's so hot now that they just melt before they hit anything.

It's a bit like the melting Arctic icecap, which at a mere minus 20C is like a freezer stuck on the defrost cycle, with bits of ice falling with a big plop into the bottom, to be melted away safely before her indoors has a chance to empty the cold atlantic waters from the drip tray.

Sometimes I think you lot haven't got the memo, so remember:

  • Too hot: Global warming
  • Too dry: Global warming
  • Too cold: Global warming
  • Too wet: Global warming
  • Too many icebergs: Global warming
  • Too few icebergs: Global warming
  • Carbon credits rise: Global warming
  • Carbon credits fall: Global warming
  • Too few Polar bears: Global warming
  • Too many Polar bears: Global warming
I can't imagine why this remained unsettled.
Don't forget boiling oceans...very important, that
Boiling oceans of hydrochoric acid. Conc HCl I tells ya.
I don't give a toss if there are more or less icebergs. I do give a toss that the BBC blatantly makes up unverified 'facts' and force feeds them down our necks in articles with the most tenuous or no link to the issue of climate.

dickymint

12,134 posts

144 months

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Happy82

6,343 posts

55 months

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Monday 9th April 2012 quote quote all
dickymint said:
You couldn't make this bullst up could you? banghead

chris watton

15,936 posts

146 months

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Monday 9th April 2012 quote quote all
Happy82 said:
dickymint said:
You couldn't make this bullst up could you? banghead
This does make me smile (not in a good way..)

First, we are told by our 'better's' that uncontrolled immigration is good for the country, and we have more than enough room for all and sundry - and if we speak out against it, we get a knock on the door from the police..

Then, on the other hand, we're then told by our 'better's', the exact same ones who told us we need more immigration and that our infrastructure can handle it, that we cannot in fact handle it, and now have to conserve energy and water, as too many are using it - and it will all run out if we're not capped!

You couldn't really make it up....

thinfourth2

30,380 posts

90 months

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Monday 9th April 2012 quote quote all
dickymint said:
I'm so glad we have seen such a change since the bad of days of meddling labour

turbobloke

62,478 posts

146 months

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Monday 9th April 2012 quote quote all
thinfourth2 said:
dickymint said:
I'm so glad we have seen such a change since the bad of days of meddling labour
hehe

yes

scratchchin

banghead

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