By Paul Homewood FFP-Global-Temperature-booklet-July-2016-PDF-1 I mentioned earlier the new paper just published by Roy Spencer. It is only 12 pages long, and is well worth reading. I…
A comment made on a blog got me thinking—if raising of global temperatures can cause localized cooling, in reality, it looks precisely like what we have now: weather that is averaged over 30 year intervals and called climate. Unless one looks at the statistical construct called “global average temperature”, there appears to be no difference between hypothetical raising of temperatures and current weather and climate. The weather remains the same—hot sometimes, cold sometimes. Nothing really changes. If we lacked computers and statistics, could we even imagine there was a difference?
Adélie penguins have roamed across Antarctica for millions of years. However, climate change has finally reached a ‘tipping point’ that could decimate their numbers, researchers have warned. Daily Mail
If they have roamed the Antarctic for millions of years, how could humans, in less than 200 years, change the climate enough to destroy them? In those millions of years, the ice NEVER increased or decreased? No way. Since we have no actual records of the events, the scientists can make up whatever they want, but logic says there is no way things stayed static the entire “millions” of years the penquins were there. Nothing says the penquins now are the same as in the past, unless Darwin was wrong and evolution does not really occur. There’s a habit of scientists calling things they want “stable” and anything inconvenient “unstable” with no rationale whatsoever. This entire idea defies logic and reason.
Hansen acknowledged there may be flaws in the weather station data. “But that doesn’t mean you give up on the science, and that you can’t draw valid conclusions about the nature of Earth’s temperature change,” he asserted.
So it’s okay to have bad data and still draw a conclusion? In what alternate reality is that true?
Hikers aren’t permitted around there because towers are DANGEROUS TO PEOPLE, especially if you don’t know what you’re doing. High altitude icing on blades can crush a car once it’s ejected off a blade, let alone a human. High voltage switch gears will fry an individual. And then there’s always the worry of copper strippers, not a few of which have cut locks and torn apart towers, and not a few of which have fried themselves trying to cut energized equipment.
(from what appeared to be a pro-wind commenter on a blog)
This does not sound environmentally friendly to me. Seems wind turbines are dangerous. Multiple use around the turbines is a fantasy, if this comment is correct. One wonders why this is not widely broadcast by the wind industry……Also, the dangers listed to people would also apply to wildlife in the area. Not benign, by any stretch.