New Video : Next Stop For The Climate Clown Show?

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6 Responses to New Video : Next Stop For The Climate Clown Show?

  1. Greg W Smith says:

    All that maters to them is repeating the mantra of AGW, believing that if they repeat it often enough some maroon will come to believe it. After all, they did.

  2. MF Brandom says:

    Have you seen latest today’s BBC output on warmest decade on record?
    Looks like the 30s heat has been reduced?
    Are they speaking the truth??Tony help set the record straight.

  3. Jan Jachnik says:

    Tony, before the recent fires started The Guardian had reported record high temperatures across Australia. The records looked false to me becuase they were lower than the temperatures I recall from living there in the early 1960s, so I checked your blog and you had done a good job with the contrary newspaper evidence. Similarly with the bush fires which alarmists have embraced as a sure sign of armageddon. This week we have seen reports of global sea temperature rises (https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jan/13/ocean-temperatures-hit-record-high-as-rate-of-heating-accelerates). I am not happy with the way this is reported but I don’t know enough to refute it. The zettajoule scale is intimidating but the mingling of data is not clear. Most recent temperatures have been recorded by Argo floats but these have been deployed for less than two decades as far as I can discover. Today we have reports of the warmest decade since records began in 1850 (https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47144058) with a global map mostly coloured red, an emotive colour that almost implies a 10 degree temperature increase across the globe. This is totally out of kilter with your reports on temperatures in the USA. Any comment?

  4. NEIL VOKES says:

    The BBC are going all out to promote global warming alarmism – have you any information on global climate which can be used to counter their propaganda?

  5. Disillusioned says:

    Hello Neil,

    You can go to the search box above and put a key word in and hit that gray “Search” button and if Tony has written about it, you’ll find whatever topic you’re looking for. For example, I used “BBC” (no quotes) and came up with this: https://realclimatescience.com/?s=bbc

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