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Chicago Chills February 4, 2010

Posted by BlueGreen in Abuse, Deception, Misrepresentation, Smear.
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No, weather is not climate. But could someone please eplain that to warming hysteric Professor Barry Brook?

Brook, director of climate science at Adelaide University’s Environment Institute, freaked over Melbourne’s hottest day since 1851, claiming it was caused by global warming:

Bolt’s use of cherry-picked cold weather events to try and act as a counter-argument to hot weather events is one of the chief proofs that Bolt does not have any understanding of even the basic science.

It’s clear that Bolt doesn’t understand that cold weather events occur because of the heating at the equator by the sun. Essentially and very basically, heating causes cold weather. The exchange of cold and warm air between the equatorial regions and the poles arises out of the earth’s attempt to reach thermodynamic equilibrium.

Whilst Bolt mocks climate science when it says that severe cold weather is part and parcel of AGW, his mockery only serves to demonstrate and reinforce his lack of understanding of the science.

The hypocrisy of complaining about the cherry-picking of AGW-advocates whilst he time after time indulges in the very same practice with cold weather events leaves him looking hypocritical and foolish.

Warming Hysteric, Barry Brook? That’s be abuse and smearing.

Note, incidentally, that the sole period of warming which the IPCC concludes shows a human influence – that rising carbon dixoide concentration – amounts to just 25 years. Bear that in mind when alarmists tell you that eight years of cooling since is, of course, far too short a period to make any conclusions about climate trends.

This is a false claim. The IPCC concludes that most of the observed temperature increase since the middle of the 20th century was caused by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases resulting from human activity such as fossil fuel burning and deforestation.

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