bill gates looks like he is trying not to laugh out loud
Worth noting that the modern thermometer was invented in 1714 and didn't see widespread use for a long time. We're looking at a data set that began, at best, 300 years ago. Coincidentally, about the same time as the industrial revolution.
"The Chinese city of Shanghai recorded its highest May temperature in more than 100 years on Monday, hitting a record 36.1 degrees Celsius (nearly 97 degrees Fahrenheit).
The previous record of 35.7 degrees Celsius (96.3 degrees Fahrenheit) was first recorded in May 1876"
So ... is it climate change now, or was it climate change ... then? 147 years ago? Does that work out? Help me I'm confused. I want to be mad at the Republicans ... but I'm not sure how.
So climate change comes in tsunami waves and the first was in the 1870's and the second one is now? Is that what we're saying? That ... doesn't comport with Al Gore's movie.Worth noting that the modern thermometer was invented in 1714 and didn't see widespread use for a long time. We're looking at a data set that began, at best, 300 years ago. Coincidentally, about the same time as the industrial revolution.
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Nobel Prize-winning physicist John Clauser's slated talk at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was cancelled (or maybe just postponed.) Mr. Clauser spoke with The Epoch Times about his views on climate.www.theepochtimes.com
Just like the pharmaceutical industry big science is big business.Bears repeating
"powerful people don't want to hear that they've made "trillion-dollar mistakes.""
Now include in there not only people who've made poor choices with money and whose reputations could get dinged, but people who've made investments and who are very anxious to earn returns. If the whole premise of their investment is that governments will pour cash into green or climate crisis projects, green or climate crisis projects turn out to be pseudoscientific, then poof there goes their investment.
I feel like the judicial department of our government is underutilized. Courts sort facts from fiction on the regular, we need more of that in our society and we've got this organ of government which is specifically commissioned to do it. I know it's pie-in-the-sky and that it would take an act of Congress or a Constitutional amendment but if we could ply our courts to things like supposed climate crises and pharmaceuticals and military industrial complexes and stolen elections ... oh wait, we are doing that last one. Hopefully we'll get some good news out of all that kerfuffle.Just like the pharmaceutical industry big science is big business.