This is What Climate Change Looks Like

A short video by the NRDC.

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4 thoughts on “This is What Climate Change Looks Like

  1. Thats absurd,

    When we get snow falls and cold winters where people freeze to death in Northern China, Tibet and Mongolia we are told that it is just an abberation in the general warming trent, and now when you get an abberation which causes a flood you are claiming it is global warming!
    Get real! And besides global warming is supposed to cause deserts, but the assertions have progressed from that point it seems.

    Cheers

    Roger

    http://www.rogerfromnewzealand.wordpress.com

    ps This comment is also published at http://www.globalwarmingsupporterwordpress.com

  2. Roger,

    You seemed to have overlooked the opening sequence e.g.: 2000-2009, the hottest decade on record; January to June 2010, the hottest six months on record.

    Your reference to Northern China etc. relates to weather rather than climate.

    Global warming is rather more complicated than you imply. I recommend visiting these sites as a start:
    http://climateprogress.org/
    http://www.realclimate.org/
    http://www.youtube.com/user/greenman3610

    Fighting for Hope Author

    • With due respect, your video also deals with weather events.
      One could put together an equally frightening video showing the events of last winter.

      The world has been warmer than this before, a number of those times during written history, but before these “records” mentioned in your video.

      My assertion that you are scaremongering still stands.

      Cheers

      Roger

  3. Roger,

    I am sure we could go back and forth for quite some time but I will make this the last comment and let the readers decide.

    Yes the video does deal with weather but on a global scale.

    I have provided three reputable web sites to help readers make up their minds and could list a few more, however, I will make do with just Greg Craven’s site:
    http://www.gregcraven.org/

    Greg Craven approaches the subject in a way which, essentially, eliminates whether you believe in climate change.

    Fighting for Hope Author

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