Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Lord Monckton Interviews Global Warming Activist Who Relies on FAITH



These people are just as dangerous as any other religious extremist.

10 comments:

Christopher Furlong: said...

Unfortunately, Lord Monckton's argument is not based on science.

Christopher Furlong: said...

I think it is pretty clear that the original modeler of global warming has come out and said that global warming has not stopped. Those who ignore this are corporate sophists.

Josh said...

Yep. Lord Monckton is a corporate sophist.

Sorry...which company is paying him off?

And the original modeler of global warming makes the decision as to whether or not it has stopped?

Josh said...

I don't believe what the pope says just because he's the pope. I don't believe what Dr. Latif says, just because Dr. Latif says it.

Christopher Furlong: said...

"The point of the graph is to show a comparison of trends. The trends pre-1970 are important because the vehicle through which Health Care prices were determined was significantly different."

The hockey stick graph, which is a global temperature graph, shows that he global temperature increased during the Industrial Revolution. It is a fact. That there are El Nina and El Nino ocean currents does not change the overall trend.

Christopher Furlong: said...

And no one believes you just because "Lord" Monckton said it.

Josh said...

I don't believe Lord Monckton just because he says it.

Josh said...

But until I see proof that his intentions are motivated by money and power, I'll trust him more than UN funded scientists and Al Gore anyday.

Josh said...

The hockey stick graph is faulty because the scientist cherry picked the sources of his data.

Temperatures follow solar activity.

http://www.skepticalscience.com/solar-activity-sunspots-global-warming.htm

Christopher Furlong: said...

"But until I see proof that his intentions are motivated by money and power, I'll trust him more than UN funded scientists and Al Gore anyday."

The global warming skeptics' arguments are directly funded by industry. Therefore, since they are educating him, he is motivated by them. He thinks they give him "credibility, even though they are clearly wrong.

"The hockey stick graph is faulty because the scientist cherry picked the sources of his data.

Temperatures follow solar activity."

Nope, the samples were taken from all over the globe.