Low-Life Scum Against Global Warming

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13 Responses to Low-Life Scum Against Global Warming

  1. R. de Haan says:

    Typical nutcases

  2. Sean McHugh says:

    When I read the headers, I had a fright thinking that the sceptics must have behaved abysmally and right out of character. What a relief to find that it was just the warmists once again behaving within their character. They’re keeping the splatter-gate dream alive.

  3. Dave N says:

    Were they wearing James Hansen t-shirts?

  4. truthsword says:

    Again, when you are an AGWer, and you look at who is on your side of the debate, from Osama Bin Laden to poo flingers… if that does not tell you that you are wrong, then no amount of actual science and proof is going to sway you.

    If people were dumping poo in the streets because they were sceptical of AGW, I would then be certain AGW was real, because people who dump poo in streets are wrong before they open their mouths.

  5. Erik says:

    Gimmi back my 80 million you poo throwing bastards!

  6. Ian says:

    I seem to remember that the Magic Climate Bus was parked outside a Macdonalds in the previous Calcun photo. Do we have our culprits?

  7. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/dec/12/cancun-agreement-rescues-un-credibility

    So the UN says that it’s saved it’s own credibility? But they say they want to save the forests but see the next article in the link below

  8. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    Dunno, I guess the tree rings really prove something is fishy from 1970s onwards as they don’t match the satellite data anymore

    “Under UN definitions palm oil can count as forest. The scientists believe this may be why Winrock’s estimate of emissions in south-east Asia is so low.”

    So basically with the UN, palm oil or Evo’s Mother Earth Coco plantations count as pristine forest

    • Viv Evans says:

      I hope someone told the Orang Utangs that their habitat has perhaps changed a bit, but is still forest, so they can go back there and stop getting extinct.

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