Stop Talking In “Code”

by Chuck Larlham
Member since:
January 19, 2009
Global Warming 5-04: Climate Scientists Told: ‘Stop Speaking in Code!’
May 05, 2011 03:00 AM EDT

Climate Scientists heard at the Copenhagen Arctic warming conference that it is their fault officials from around the world do nothing. Scientists are speaking scientific jargon (“speaking in code”) to them, and they don’t understand it.

“Fall off a chair, you’ll hit the floor,” said James White, University of Colorado. “Keep adding greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere, you’ll heat up the planet. Stop talking about ‘anthropomorphic warming’ and say it in English… ‘Human caused warming.'”

The planet “heats up” every day when the Sun comes out.

Some days we are told that CO2 is making the weather cold. Other days we are told that CO2  is making the weather warm. Without some actual evidence that the Earth is heating by a dangerous amount, James White’s statement is pointless.

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8 Responses to Stop Talking In “Code”

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    Shit by any other name is still shit.

  2. suyts says:

    Nice, White manages to both panic and insult people. He thinks we can’t understand “anthropomorphic”?

  3. Jim Cole says:

    Still waiting for one “peer-reviewed” paper showing evidence* of warming unequivocally linked to increased CO2

    just one, . . . . . . . any one

    *[must be reproducible, measured data – – no cheating with models]

    • Daniel Packman says:

      Just waiting for a peer reviewed paper disproving warming. Just one.

      • Jim Cole says:

        The fact that measurable warming is/is not occurring is immaterial to the attribution question.

        It’s also immaterial to discussion of whether we should care/do anything.

        Earth is perfectly capable of warming/cooling all on its own. You may have heard of Pleistocene glaciations or the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, to name a couple of notable events.

      • Daniel Packman says:

        Big ferns. Hot temperatures. Dinosaurs. No people.

        Sign us up.

      • Justa Joe says:

        With all of this “warming” going on out there I’d better keep my eyes open for dinosaurs.

  4. Sparks says:

    A “human caused” imbalance of the known forces of nature, very interesting!!
    Warming our planets atmosphere to a point where it becomes dangerously out of balance is an engineering impossibility!!

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