1000 Year Weather Forecasting In Oz!

I forecast that 1,000 years from now, history students will still be lectured about the ignorance of 21st century humans.

And Climate Change Minister Greg Combet has distanced himself from Professor Flannery’s concession last week that even if all carbon emissions stopped today, it would take 1000 years for the atmosphere’s average temperatures to drop. While Professor Flannery, a paleontologist who is also the Prime Minister’s chief climate change commissioner, has expanded on his comments to insist the need for action in climate is urgent, his admission in a radio interview on Friday has compromised Labor’s sales pitch on its carbon tax.


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5 Responses to 1000 Year Weather Forecasting In Oz!

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    You can say bad things about the US, but at least we don’t have a “Climate Change Minister”. That sounds more Orwellian than anything Orwell could dream of!

  2. Dave N says:

    No wonder he has distanced himself from Flannery. What was the governments hero is now their own worst enemy. No-one is going to want a carbon tax that they think won’t benefit anyone for 1000 years.

    Some alarmist apologists are saying that Lord Tim didn’t say that making cuts to emissions wouldn’t have any effect, but this argument falls flat on its face because alarmists (most likely including Flannery) contend that current temps (and CO2 levels) are too high, thus they’d need to come down to be of any benefit.

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