New York Times : 0.0004 Mole Fraction CO2 Worse Than The Black Death, Smallpox, Hitler And Nuclear War

Climate change is arguably the most important issue humanity has ever faced. The Earth’s average surface temperature continues to climb and weather is increasingly volatile. Our current trajectory looks perilous.

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10 Responses to New York Times : 0.0004 Mole Fraction CO2 Worse Than The Black Death, Smallpox, Hitler And Nuclear War

  1. Sparks says:

    Looks smaller as mole fraction.

  2. Ivan says:

    A heads-up on what is coming down the track:
    Feds Buy Two Billion Rounds of Ammunition
    It’s not the number of bullets we need to worry about but the number of feds with guns it takes to use those bullets. There are currently more than 70 different federal law enforcement agencies employing over 120,000 officers with arrest and firearms authority . . . That’s an increase of nearly 30 percent between 2004 and 2008. If the trends have continued upward at a relatively steady rate, that would put the total number of federal law enforcement officers at somewhere between 135,000 and 145,000. That’s a pretty staggering number, especially when you consider that there are only an estimated 765,000 state and local law enforcement officers. That means that about one in seven law enforcement officers in the country works directly for the federal government, not a local jurisdiction.
    Anyone see any problems with this?

  3. Andy DC says:

    .00040 vs. .00035 is FAR worse than nuclear war, Hitler, black death, or even two billion rounds of ammunition. So you can only imagine what .00045 would be like!

  4. kirkmyers says:

    Well, we certainly have to hand it to the Warmists. They’ve demonstrated an unfailing sense of comedy, although its surely not deliberate. Their fantastical and far-fetched predictions of catastrophic global warming I previously found annoying and ludicrous. But now I appreciate their comments simply for their entertainment value. The world needs a good collective laugh.

    • Eric Simpson says:

      Right. We don’t call them fearmongers for nothing. Their never ending predictions of doom would be only laughable if in fact a lot of people aren’t still scared to death by them. Why do they keep repeating over and over like a broken record the same bs? Their own words:
      “The only way to get our society to truly change is to frighten people with the possibility of a catastrophe.” -Daniel Botkin, ex Chair of Environmental Studies, UCSB
      “Only sensational exaggeration makes the kind of story that will get politicians’ — and readers’ — attention…and thus more federal financing.” -Monika Kopacz, Atmospheric Scientist
      “Unless we announce disasters no one will listen.” -Sir John Houghton, first chairman of IPCC
      “We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis.” -David Rockefeller, Club of Rome
      “This is a political game. It has nothing to do with science.” -Sherry Neddick, Greenpeace
      “I believe it is appropriate to have an ‘over-representation’ of … how dangerous it is.” -Al Gore
      “We have to offer up scary scenarios… each of us has to decide the right balance between being effective [lying] and being honest [ineffective].” -Stephen Schneider, lead ipcc author, 1989
      “I would freely admit that on [global warming] we have crossed the boundary from news reporting to advocacy.” -Charles Alexander, Time Magazine Science Editor

  5. ducdorleans says:

    I really liked the “About 30% of energy is reflected, creating a net incoming energy of 70% of 1.743 x 10e17 Watts, or 1.22 x 10e17 Watts.” part …
    “about 30%” ?
    why not “about 25%” ? or “about 40%” ?
    because a convenient ” T ” follows ?
    how can these people call this “science” ?

  6. Ben says:

    The volatile headlines and missed predictions evaporate into the ether, never to hold anyone accountable. The wronger Hansen is, the more he is rewarded…

    Never have so many paid so much for so little in return…

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