Monbiot Gives Two Thumbs Up To Misrepresenting The Causes And History Of Floods

Journalism at the Guardian continues to sink to remarkable new lows.



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7 Responses to Monbiot Gives Two Thumbs Up To Misrepresenting The Causes And History Of Floods

  1. When you are a political animal like Monbiot the only thing that matters to you is staying infected with mindless leftist rabies.

  2. suyts says:

    Nice, and he got it wrong too. The Seung-Ki Min study, basically shows where the models are wrong. Who knew? And the other one simply assumes …….well, here’s a money quote, “we generate several thousand seasonal-forecast-resolution climate model simulations of autumn 2000 weather, both under realistic conditions, and under conditions as they might have been had these greenhouse gas emissions and the resulting large-scale warming never occurred.

  3. Mike Davis says:

    Maybe they should run their models with the assumption that they had not been born! They would get equally valid results!

  4. Mike Davis says:

    I forgot!
    GIGO Rules!!!!!

  5. Baa Humbug says:

    Yes well unfortunately, extreme weather being the current topic here in Oz, these studies are getting MSM attention.

    Alarmists like Karoly Flannery et al will be all over it like a rash.

    • Paul in Sweden says:

      Baa, We must remember that Flannery in his new govt. position(180k/yr + expenses) is limited to his 3 day work week and may have limited time.

      • Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

        Flannery the one that said Brisbane and Adelaide would run out of water due to climate change? Isn’t Brisbane flooding lol

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