Cancun Climate Engineering Circa 1500

This isn’t the first time that climate negotiations have been held at Cancun. Negotiators tell us that sacrifice is needed!

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17 Responses to Cancun Climate Engineering Circa 1500

  1. tarpon says:

    Nor is it possible to turn down earth’s temperature.

  2. TinyCO2 says:

    The first time the scarifice was to the sun… fools, they should have had a god of CO2 and those bloody hearts might have worked. /sarc

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    What was so wonderful about the 19th Century weather that we want to return to?

    For example, the great cold wave of 1899 which produced -39 cold in Ohio, 15 foot snow drifts in DC and the only blizzard to have ever struck Florida with temps dropping as low as -2!

    The great blizzard of 1888, which dropped up to 4 feet of snow in Connecticut.

    Also, the great blizzard of 1857, which left 2 feet of snow in DC accompanied by 0 degree temperatures.

    And the hurricane season of 1893, with 2 major strikes on SC, another major strike on Louisiana and the only hurricane to score a direct hit on NYC. Total fatalities 3,000-4,000.

  4. clearscience says:


    So because we have a La Nina you call that mother nature turning the thermostat down? What happens when the next El Nino comes? Mother nature turning the thermostat back up?

  5. peterhodges says:

    times haven’t changed

    whatever it takes to keep masses in line.

  6. Anything is possible says:

    Where do they get “1.3C in the last century” from?

    Even the people working for Dr. Hanson have only found 0.85C in the last 130 years.

    That works out as 0.65C per century, so they’re out by a factor of 2.

    The next time the Washington Post says the sky is blue, remind me to look out of the window.

    • Mike Davis says:

      It all depends on your start and end dates. Long term weather is so variable you can find any results you want to promote.

  7. @motsatt says:

    TinyCO2 says:
    November 30, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    The first time the scarifice was to the sun… fools, they should have had a god of CO2 and those bloody hearts might have worked. /sarc

    That’s or it won’t work on the web.

    Virgin sacrifice always seemed like such a waste to me.

  8. @motsatt says:

    Tried to write , but it disappeared.

  9. These people are clueless as to why it is so wrong to have this photo op where people were sacrificed to try to change the weather.

  10. David Larsen says:

    Michael Harner postulated some years ago that the Aztecs exceeded their ‘carrying capacity’ and were short of protein in their diets. Hence, cut out the heart and eat the remainder for their protein. Get it?! It had nothing to do with temperature.

    • Mike Davis says:

      If so why did it coincide with global cooling that lead to the LIA?
      When the population in a region exceeds the carrying capacity the birth rates go down and the infant mortality rates go up. Life expectancy goes down as older people are more affected than the youth. This is observed today and is evident in all historical records. That leaves Michael Harner a Blow Hard self proclaimed expert in good company with our current crop of climatologists.

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