Why Hansen’s 1981 Predictions Have Come To The Surface

Hansen’s famous 1988 predictions were a complete fustercluck, so a few weeks ago realclimate dug up an obscure forecast Hansen made in 1981, while he was still doing science.

On the 42nd Earth Day, April 22, 2012, it’s time for a change. No more flowers and beach balls that look like the earth. In Christian theological terms, it is time for righteous anger and judgment on the way in which the continued willful destruction of the planet’s ecosystem is causing widespread suffering and loss.

Flying semi-trucks and 4 feet of hail should now be our visuals for Earth Day.

The first Earth Day in 1970 is credited as launching the environmental movement and the idea of global warming. In 2012, the planet is in terrible trouble, and so is the environmental movement.

Global warming projections from thirty years ago have proved to have been remarkably accurate. Yet, there has been a steady decline in the number of Americans who say they see solid evidence of global warming.

A new Earth Day theology – Guest Voices – The Washington Post

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One Response to Why Hansen’s 1981 Predictions Have Come To The Surface

  1. miked1947 says:

    If you make enough predictions one is bound to be close to reality. Problem is we do not know what the real global temperature is so we do not know how accurate the prediction was.

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