Policy Based Science Fiction

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  1. arn says:

    Attenborough is not a useful idiot but a willingful propagandist for 2 reasons.

    A useful idiot is usually a goodhearted person and would therefore never tell lies they are aware of.(Greta Carbo maybe one as lying is usually an alien concept to autists )

    Attenborough on the other hand is not just spreading missinformations but he is activly creating them (walrus lie).
    The 2nd reason is he gave a speech about 5 years ago where he adressed the overpopulation first and then started spinning his typical AGW bullshit into this story.
    So his real agenda is overpopulation (just as prince phillips, paul ehrlich).
    The thing with overpopulation is,that for the most equal of our animals
    this was considered a global threat already 200 years ago- since Malthus ,
    therefore no matter how low or high the population is,they will claim it’s too high.

  2. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Voodoo always seems real because people want cause and effect, but don’t want to think through all that complicated science. Voodoo is like fast food for fat, flabby brains.

  3. Lance says:

    This climate refugee will be heading south soon! The horror of Phoenix temps vs northern Canada…..how do I cope?

  4. Peter says:

    David Attenborough is not a scientist. He is a BBC spawned publicist. He has made similar outlandish comments about the health of the Great Barrier Reef and has quoted rises in water temperature for the death of coral. There is a permanent three degrees plus temperature difference between the north and the south of the reef and the mean temperature varies by more than that from summer to winter. Coral survives healthily on the equator in almost tepid water. I’ve lived, swum and observed there. He is talking rubbish.

    • arn says:

      His brother Richard was at least hoenest.
      He was never pretending that he isn’t reading a script while
      David sells his script reading skills as science.

  5. John Sutcliffe says:

    Attenborough is very smart, he is saying what his minders want him to say, the result is he is wealthier than you and me.

  6. roaddog says:

    “We’re all going to die,” Episode 13, 317.

  7. Robert L. Gipson says:

    In the name of the hoax, they plan on making food so scarce that millions will starve.


  8. Liam says:

    I just spotted another graph trick used by Attenborough. While first plotting his graph of CO2 backwards in time he had continuously compressed the horizontal axis thereby increasing the apparent variations in CO2. He goes on to say ‘for much of human ancient history that number (CO2) bounced wildly between 180 and 300 but just over 10,000 years ago that number suddenly stabilised’. To illustrate his point while making the above statement, Attenborough then stretches the horizontal scale on the graph in the more recent past which has the effect of flattening out the CO2 curve. Viewers are given 5 seconds to take that information in before lovely pictures of animals appear. Look back at the full plot of his graph and you’ll see no recent period of stability.
    It is very frustrating to see science so ill used.

  9. arn says:

    Seems the comment section is once again broken.

    Only progress of the progressive kind can turn something that worked for years into a dysfunctional mess.

  10. barfog says:

    GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday warned that a key temperature goal in climate talks is “on life support” but he still hopes that world governments will step up their pledges to slash emissions of greenhouse gases –

  11. Ulric Lyons says:

    1177 B.C.: When Civilization Collapsed


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