Excerpts From The 1983 Climate Report

Rapid climate change to begin any century now.


Published: October 21, 1983

Rapid climate change will take its place among the numerous other changes that will influence the course of society

we are deeply concerned about environmental changes of this magnitude; man-made emissions of greenhouse gases promise to impose a warming of unusual dimensions on a global climate that is already unusually warm. We may get into trouble in ways that we have barely imagined, like release of methane from marine sediments.

the ” CO2 problem” appears intractable. Viewed as a problem of changes in local environmental factors – rainfall, river flow, sea level – the myriad of individual incremental problems


And the same BS from Obama today

“One of the most significant long-term challenges that our country and our planet face (is) the growing threat of a rapidly-changing climate,” the president said at the school in Anaheim. “The overwhelming judgment of science, accumulated and measured and reviewed over decades, has put that to rest. The question (now) is whether we have the will to act before it’s too late.”

Obama told those in attendance that they must respond now to protect children and future generations — a theme he has repeated after announcing in recent weeks new rules for reducing carbon emission for plants that burn fossil fuel.

“We also have to realize, as hundreds of scientists declared last month, that climate change is no longer a distant threat but ‘has moved firmly into the present,’” said Obama in the ongoing effort by him and his supporters to win the debate on global warming and its possible causes. “The overwhelming majority of scientists who work on climate change, including some who once disputed the data, have put the debate to rest.”

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6 Responses to Excerpts From The 1983 Climate Report

  1. geologyjim says:

    “including some who once disputed the data” – – – uhhh, and that would be … Mueller?

    He was never a skeptic of man-made global warming. He just found another way to ride the pony and claim that he was “against AGW before he learned to be for AGW”

    Every time I hear a pronouncement that “we’ve passed the tipping point”, or the “collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet” is inevitable, I want to shout “Then let’s break out the beer and party. Can’t fix it, so we might as well go down laughing!”

  2. gator69 says:

    As a proven liar, Skeeter’s declarations do nothing to advance the religion of global warming.

  3. Gail Combs says:

    Muller was never a “Climate Skeptic” as his 2003 published comments show.

    December 17, 2003

    “Let me be clear. My own reading of the literature and study of paleoclimate suggests strongly that carbon dioxide from burning of fossil fuels will prove to be the greatest pollutant of human history.” from http://www.technologyreview.com/news/402357/medieval-global-warming/2/

    Perhaps having a Shell Oil President, Marlan Downey, “Former President of the international subsidiary of Shell Oil” as one of the ‘experts’ at his consulting firm might have something to do with all of Muller’s publicity shenanigans. – A puppet attached to Shell Oil with money strings comes to mind. Privately held consulting firms are so nice for hiding money trails aren’t they?

    Shell Oil wants to push natural gas. Ged Davis, the Shell Oil VP who, as lead author, wrote the Sustainability Scenarios for the IPCC shows this in the “Sustainable Development (B1)” part of the February, 1998 Climategate e-mail which asks for comments on the attachment: “Draft Paper for the IPCC Special Report on Emissions Scenarios” by Ged Davis

    To quote from the Sustainable Development (B1) (aka Agenda 21) section:

    …The impact of environmental concerns is a significant factor in the planning for new energy systems. Two alternative energy systems, leading to two sub-scenarios, are considered to provide this energy:

    1. Widespread expansion of natural gas, with a growing role for renewable energy (scenario B1N). Oil and coal are of lesser importance, especially post-2050. This transition is faster in the developed than in the developing countries…

    No wonder Shell Oil (and BP) have been pushing global warming since day one when they provided the initial funding for the Climate Research Unit of East Anglia. It will be a real money maker. tear out the old infrastructure and replace with Natural gas, Solar and Wind. A new twist on the broken window fallacy where the entire country has to shell out to pay for replacing the ‘window’ the energy sector is so busy breaking.

    Some Major dailies have “disappeared” the Muller conversion article by the way. I guess too many people had the brains to figure out Muller’s scam.

  4. Dave in Ann Arbor says:

    Lying + name-calling does not equal “winning the debate.”

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