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Global Warming Proof - the evidence that Stern ignores...

Repost to prove I'm not a "Global Warming Denier" (Which wil soon be a crime against humanity I believe).

...here is the proof of Global Warming - look at that temperature rise according to Met Office official figures!

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So what if this covers the years 1695 to 1737 - this proves it, or something anyway!

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What did WSC say? "There are lies, damned lies and statistics"?

To start with; back in 1695 did they have accurate thermometers? Accurate enough to distinguish a 15% variance. They followed established scientific methodology in their measurements? In between their witch burnings and so on?

So much of the "science" of climate change is based on information of dubious provenence I really don't know what to believe anymore.

In the absence of proper scientific data I fall back on more traditional methods of verification: The advocates of climate change are nearly all beardie wierdies or tofu weavers. Therefore they must be wrong.

Well I guess whether we believe in ot or not, given the loonies are in charge, we will suffer their tax increases and have to make economies including firing up all the solid fuel stoves in my house and burning all the trees in the woods!

Fuck the planet!

so wat does this prove... its back when people were at war...killing the intellectual for defying their god in wichcraft or however you spell that...the people thinking these statistics up are idiosincratic depressionalists about carbon dioxide

so wat does this prove... its back when people were at war...killing the intellectual for defying their god in wichcraft or however you spell that...the people thinking these statistics up are idiosincratic depressionalists about carbon dioxide

so wat does this prove... its back when people were at war...killing the intellectual for defying their god in wichcraft or however you spell that...the people thinking these statistics up are idiosincratic depressionalists about carbon dioxide

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