Friday, 25 April 2008

Global warming, er, cooling, er, warming er ...

... make up your own mind.

Here is a science lecture on global warming. It constitutes four films with a combined length of a little over 30 minutes. They are not at all dry and boring, and I recommend that all readers watch them.

http://sayanythingblog.com/entry/another_inconvenient_truth_about_the_global_warming_fraud/

9 comments:

Anti-gag said...

After watching these videos I’m still not convinced that we’re not destroying the planet, we simply can’t go on using the atmosphere as a trash can for our CO2 emissions. I simply wasn’t convinced by this man’s attempts to use selected data to show that human activity isn’t responsible for climate change. He seems to be very selective in the data he presents and the conclusions he draws from it just don’t seem to add up to me.

In the end I think we all must accept people in excessive numbers are pollution. Also the fact that: ‘most intelligent life on this planet would be better off if the human races didn’t exist’.

From
Chris Hill
(Chairman: Preston & Lancaster Voice of Change)

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Yes, agree with you entirely.

I don't know whether or not the world's warming, cooling, or staying the same.

The one thing I do know is that there are far too many human beings on this planet - and that's not just an African or an Asian thing. EVERYWHERE has too many humans, including here. There are too many native British alone, never mind with all the immigrants that have flooded in - and still are flooding in.

Ideally, the population of this country should be allowed to naturally reduce to something below 30 million. As it was doing, slowly and humanely, until our cretinous politicians took a hand and opened the doors.

Every problem in the world has as it's fundamental cause, too many humans. But your not allowed to say that are you. I believe we have a simple choice as a species: we can either reduce our population voluntarily and humanely by our own volition, or we can let things be and sooner or later - probably sooner - nature itself will take a hand and cull us. Nature only knows one way - Gigadeath, in whatever form.

In all aruments of the climate change sort, everyone is selective in the data they use - do the pro-warming people use the data this man uses? No, of course they don't. All sides in an argument are selective. We in the BNP are no different - we use that data that supports what we want people to think. Our opponents do the same. I have a B.Sc. - acceptance of "fact" is a matter of persuasion. Whoever is most persuasive gets wht they think thought of as fact. But part of that is WHO is doing the persuading on both sides - and the scientific credentials of the warming argument are not good - non-scientists like Moonbat, mainstream journalists, politicians, businessmen (with an eye on the main chance).

I am not persuaded either way. However, I do know that world average temperatures have dropped slightly for eight years in a row, and even the pro-anthropogenic warming people concede that. I also know that world climate is and always has been variable. Why should it be any different now? World averge temperatures have been warmer than now, they've been colder than now. There have been a whole series of ice-ages and warm periods over tha past few million years in a fairly regular pattern - and we're about a thousand years overdue the next one.

Like I said: make your own mind up. Your guess is as good as anyone else's, as is mine. And let's face it ... they're all guessing. Remember back in the seventies? The big fear then was the that of an impending ice age - I can remember it.

But - too many human beings. Yes. Way too many. The human population has tripled in my own lifetime. I believe it needs to be brought down (humanely - there are ways this can be done; no need for anyone to be killed - best way is to prevent the births in the first place) to about half what it was in 1950. About a billion. Absolute maximim.

Thanks for actually watching the films and commenting on them.

If I take the argument to ridiculous lengths just to illustrate - if there were only five million humans on the planet, we could all have a Humvee, and the world's environment wouldn't even notice - neuther in resource depletion terms, pollution terms or species extinction terms. And we could all each have as much land as we wanted.

Too many humans.

Anti-gag said...
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Anti-gag said...

There is one thing I do know: if I'm driving down the M6 at 70 mph and I run into a thick bank of fog, I don't continue driving at 70 while I calculate the chances of ploughing headlong into another car, I slow down to 10 MPH until I'm sure what's ahead.

At the moment we're all passengers in a car doing 70 in the fog, and we are all discussing the possibility of what might or might not be ahead of us.

For God sake let's Slow down NOW!

From
Chris Hill
(Chairman: Preston & Lancaster Voice of Change)

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Something tells me Chris that you're not talikng about slowing down the population growth.

Until we get a grip on population growth nothing else we do or don't do will make the slightest bit of difference.

steve said...

Fergal Hunter is certainly a cunt.

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Steve

We're aiming for a wide readership. Please don't make us use comment moderation.

Anti-gag said...

My comment above was about the human races destroying the earth, and an oversize population of any race is indeed part of that, but I was thinking directly about climate change when I wrote that comment. I don't know why (or even if) it's happening, but I do think we should put on the brakes until we do know. The main question must be 'is it happening?' the question why is relevant only in so much that it may help us find an answer if it indeed is happening.

From
Chris Hill
(Chairman: Preston & Lancaster Voice of Change)

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Yes Chris, I know you're right on that.

My overview though is that cutting numbers will automatically cut down whatever it is humans are doing.

There's no point this country changing its behaviour if China is building a new coal-fired power station every couple of days, or India is increasing its pollution output at an accelerating rate, just for examples.

And they're not going to stop what they're doing - why should they? They only want for themselves what we've already got for our selves. Are we going to MAKE them stop? China? India? HOW? Militarily? Either of them could make mincemeat of us. Economically? Well, considering China makes almost every manufactured good we use ... ridiculous.

Numbers, it all comes down to numbers of humans, both within this country and in the world as a whole. Never mind, old Ma Nature will take care of it her own way. Anyone want to run a book on when the first billion-death famine happens?

yaz