New Year’s Resolutions For Climate Scientists

Bron: Steven Goddard, Real Science

  1. I will admit that warming has been much slower than we expected
  2. I will admit that recent sea level rise is nothing unusual or threatening
  3. I will admit that our forecasts of declining snow cover were wrong
  4. I will admit that Arctic temperatures are cyclical, and that we have no idea what will happen to Arctic ice over the next 50 years
  5. I will admit that our forecasts of Antarctic warming have been a total failure.
  6. I will admit that Polar Bear populations are not threatened
  7. I will admit that climate models have demonstrated no skill, and are nothing more than research projects
  8.  I will admit there was a Medieval Warm Period
  9. I will admit that that there was a Little Ice Age
  10. I will stop pretending that we don’t have climate records prior to 1970
  11. I will admit that the surface temperature record has been manipulated and is contaminated by UHI
  12. I will stop making up data where none exists
  13. I will honestly face skeptics in open debate.
  14. I will quit trying to stop skeptics from being published
  15. I will admit that glaciers have been disappearing for hundreds or thousands of years
  16. I will stop telling people that the climate is getting more extreme, without producing any evidence
  17. I will admit that hurricanes are on the decline
  18. I will admit that severe tornadoes are on the decline
  19. I will admit that droughts were much worse in the past
  20. I will admit that efforts to shut down power plants have potentially very serious consequences for the future
  21. I will pay for my own tickets to tropical climate boondoggles  like Cancun, rather than improperly using taxpayer money for political activism
  22. I will admit that there is no missing heat
  23. I will admit that temperatures have been cooling for at least the last decade
  24. I will publish the raw data and not lose it.
  25. etc. etc. etc.
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12 responses to “New Year’s Resolutions For Climate Scientists

  1. TS

    Jy moet hulle opskroef!Hoop jy het die allermooiste jaar!

  2. loudavisi

    Ja, né!Wya jou net.

  3. rosiemetdorings

    hulle gaan hom teer en veer

  4. Neander

    Warm, warmer, warmste.

  5. vuurklip

    Dink jy Goddard is gerook?

  6. Adage

    Stem jy saam met hom?Want ek glo vas dat mense bydra tot global warming, jy het net nodig om te kyk na die verwoesting van die woude en die hoeveelheid metileengasse wat vrygestel word…maar wat sou ek nou weet.

  7. vuurklip

    Ek kan nou nie op die hele saak ingaan nie maar die meeste van die “nuwejaarsvoornemens” word bevestig deur die die “Climategate” sages I en II. Die sg. “wetenskaplikes” se datamanupilering, data verlies, data verdoeseling, data fabrisering, uitwerk van redakteurs van tydskrifte, ens., ens. Al hierdie sake is na te speur in die einste wetenskaplikes se oorspronklike emails aan mekaar.

  8. Adage

    Metaangasse sorry (ek het metileen op my brein).En jy het net eenmaal nodig om China toe te gaan dan is jy oortuig,….

  9. vuurklip

    Besoedeling en vernietiging van die omgewing is nie sinoniem met aardverwarming nie. Die mens se bydrae tot klimaatverandering is grootliks oordrewe.

  10. Adage

    Nee ek weet maar jy kry die gedrag aan beide kante.Ek het ‘n paar baie goeie artikels gelees as ek hulle weer kry sal ek jou sê dan kan jy my vertel.

  11. CelesteDumas

    Is waar Vuurklip. ons lewenswyse met gepaardgaande besoedeling het eerder ‘n direkte invloed op ons gesondheid – toename in lugwegsiektes ens. altyd ironies vir my dat mense wat in die platteland by boerderygebiede woon en hoop op skoon lug, egter veelbesoedelde lug inasem van die bemesting en gifspuitstowwe. maar ons wil mos net perfekte groente en vrugte koop, so ons hou aan ‘n lat pluk. 🙂

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