Bigger, smaller, whatever. It’s global warming

It doesn’t matter what is true,
it only matters what people believe is true
.”
– Paul Watson,
co-founder of Greenpeace

We’ve got to ride this global warming issue.
Even if the theory of global warming is wrong,
we will be doing the right thing in terms of
economic and environmental policy.

– Timothy Wirth,
President of the UN Foundation

Republican Wave

From the department of settled science :

In 2011 we were told global warming would give us smaller waves:

CSIRO research commissioned by the federal government … predicted small but significant falls in likely wave heights as temperatures rose.

Their June 2010 research said wave heights could fall by a “relatively robust” 5mm-10mm along the NSW coast by the end of the century.

“Projected changes are larger and significant on the northern coast,” it said.

In 2014 we are told global warming is giving us bigger waves:

Big waves are energetically costly for fish, and there are more big waves than ever…

“There has been a lot of recent work in oceanography documenting the fact that waves are becoming more frequent and more intense due to climate change,” says Mr Dominique Roche, PhD candidate from the Research School of Biology.

Bigger, smaller, whatever. It’s global warming.

Global warming gives us bigger waves. Or smaller – Herald Sun

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Contradictory studies of wave heights caused by ‘climate change’ are another example of how the robust science of climate remains conveniently ‘unfalsifiable’.

The most glaring example of this, lies in the name change from “Global Warming” to “Climate Change”, occurring around 2004, after global temperatures refused to rise post El Niño peak, 1998. 16 years on, global temperatures remain flat, despite 35% of all human CO2 emissions, since 1751, emitted over the same period.

As long as the climate changes, “Climate Change” is proven. And only “deniers” deny climate change!

Global Warming has been dropped like a hot potato because it is too precise and can be refuted by facts, so “Climate Change” suits the purpose much better.

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Albert Einstein once said, “No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong.”  Einstein’s words express a foundational principle of science intoned by the logician, Karl Popper: Falsifiability. In order to verify a hypothesis there must be a test by which it can be proved false. A thousand observations may appear to verify a hypothesis, but one critical failure could result in its demise.

A hypothesis that cannot be falsified by empirical observations, is not science.

No Tricks Zone has compiled a list of examples that demonstrate how the hypothesis of climate change cannot be falsified, therefore is not science.

Warmer Northern Hemisphere winters due to global warming
Colder Northern Hemisphere winters due to global warming

Global warming to slow down the Earth’s rotation
Global warming to speed up the Earth’s rotation

North Atlantic Ocean has become less salty
North Atlantic Ocean has become more salty

Avalanches may increase
Avalanches may decrease

Plants move uphill due to global warming
Plants move downhill due to global warming

Monsoons to become drier in India
Monsoons to become wetter in India

Plankton blooms
Plankton decline

Reindeer thrive
Reindeer decline

Less snow in Great Lakes
More snow in Great Lakes

Gulf stream slows down
Gulf stream shows “small increase in flow

San Francisco more foggy
San Francisco less foggy

See more here »

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UPDATE

Krauthammer on Global Warming as a Religion and Corruption of the Scientific method.

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Debate over climate change gets heated | Fox News Video (3:20)

See also : Socialism Masquerading As Environmentalism | Climatism

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