“Cancun was a “big step” that exceeded expectations”

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10 Responses to “Cancun was a “big step” that exceeded expectations”

  1. Mike Davis says:

    I can not handle the humor today so I will pass on reading the India version of Mad Magazine!
    I almost could not reply when I read the head post.

  2. Philip Finck says:

    Now there is someone who could sell an old piece of salt herring as a nice slab of wild planked salmon.

  3. Latitude says:

    It needs to be implemented as fast as possible
    ==========================================

    No kidding

    The PDO is shifting, sun’s acting up, and people are getting wise to the BS………

  4. Jon P says:

    OT

    Lying around todat watching further erosion of the History Channel. Modern Marvels Doomsday Tech I states “Carbon Dioxide levels in the atmosphere are higher now than in the past 45 million years”.

    Thanks to have recently read this post: https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2010/12/13/geologic-record-shows-no-relationship-between-temperature-and-co2/

    I knew it was BS.

  5. Ian says:

    Oh, is the Provide the Caption competition still open? OK then, how about: “We’ll find that missing heat for you, Kevin.”?

  6. Andy Weiss says:

    These people are so stupid that they plan their conferences to take place when most people are freezing. If I wanted to tout global warming, I’d do so in July when most people are sweltering.

  7. Dave N says:

    What do they have? An agreement about emission reductions. Are they mandatory? No. Do they have any implementation plan? No.

    It’s like agreeing to have a party, but you don’t have to come, and no-one knows how to get there.

    When you set expectations really low, it’s pretty easy to exceed them.

    • Sense Seeker says:

      Ha Dave, rare are the moments at which I agree with you, but this is such a moment. Your assessment of Cancun is pretty accurate.

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