The Climate Story (Illustrated)

“Global Warming” aka “Climate Change” aka “Climate Disruption” aka “Global Weirding” is the virtue-signalling religion of our time.

With the decline of religion, some people need a moral signal to show that they’re good.

“Global warming” is particularly good because they don’t actually have to do anything. They don’t have to cure leppers, or feed the hungry. All they have to do is yell that the planet is warming up.

Until they find another way of signalling virtue, we’re stuck with this one!

Science Matters

October 3, 2016

In this overheated political season, this post may be a useful reminder of the facts as protection against lots of unproven claims flying around.

The captions and most comments below come from Mike van Biezen in his recent essay published at the Daily Wire (here). To illustrate his points, I added images collected from various internet addresses. Michael van Biezen teaches physics and earth sciences at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, and his many lectures are available on Youtube at his website (here).

Temperature records from around the world do not support the assumption that today’s temperatures are unusual.

giss-annual-temps4 Global Mean Temperature from land and ocean expressed in absolute degrees F.

Many people experience the range of temperatures on this scale on a daily and seasonal basis.

Satellite temperature data do not support the assumption that temperatures are rising rapidly.


The world experienced a…

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One Comment on “The Climate Story (Illustrated)”

  1. chaamjamal says:

    Also no evidence to relate temp trends to fossil fuel emissions

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