Climate Journalism Completely Dissociates From Science

The Christian Science Monitor reports :

Global temperatures are rising faster than scientists thought possible even a few years ago.

US can slow climate change with new carbon-capture technology – CSMonitor.com

Even Hansen admits that there has been no warming for 10 years. Alarmists now have a 0% consensus, and science is completely off the radar.

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7 Responses to Climate Journalism Completely Dissociates From Science

  1. mwhite says:

    “Recent tests show that infusing rock layers with CO2-saturated aqueous fluid can alter the properties of caprock, leading to the escape of the sequestered carbon back into the environment.”

    http://www.thegwpf.org/ccs-dead-buried/

    “The upshot of all this is that one promising carbon sequestration scheme may not be as attractive as previously thought. Carbon buried this way may, in fact, rise from its grave.”

  2. gator69 says:

    Christianity has been hijacked by thugs for nearly two thousand years. TCSM is just one if the late comers.

  3. CCS? You’d have to be totally delusional to think that would work. Therefore I predict Obama will talk about in and endorse it on Tuesday. Maybe he thinks if we do that, it will contaminate all of the natural gas and make it unprofitable to frack. Crush America’s economy, reward green rent seekers, and wipe out the gas boom all at once. Problem solved.

  4. Chuck L says:

    Another formerly respectable news organization jumping into bed with libs and progressives, sad, really.

  5. Andy OZ says:

    Are TCSM the same guys who don’t believe there was an ice age about 12,000 years ago, because they believe the earth is only 5,000 years old? Or did they tear the first chapter out of the Bible and write a new one that suited them better?

  6. higley7 says:

    Phil jones, Hansen’s compatriot admits that there has been no warming for 16 years and he sais that over a year ago.

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