Atlantic Warming Debunked

You just know it’s going to be a tough week for climate alarmists when it starts with the BBC debunking one of their favorite global warming claims, the warming of the Atlantic Ocean.  Turns out it’s another entirely natural cause, nothing to do with global warming, or man, or a trace gas.

Now let’s see if the National Geographic corrects itself on this story, or this one, or this one, or this one that all pushed junk science the BBC now reports as dead wrong.

What terrifies greens about inconvenient news like this is that people will ask what else were they wrong about?

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6 thoughts on “Atlantic Warming Debunked”

  1. I’ve been reading BBC news articles for a while now and I have to say, they have not failed with this one.

    I’ve noticed a few articles where they admit that they were wrong about something or that there’s a way of reducing carbon emissions and they all end with, “but this won’t be enough to save us from global warming”. And this article lives up to that.

    “Of course, climate change could still get the last laugh, according to the study, a joint project between the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Wisconsin.

    “In fact, the report concludes that rising CO2 concentrations could change wind patterns and reduce sand erosion through ‘fertilisation’ of desert vegetation, thereby driving the temperature of the Atlantic up by another 0.4° Celsius by 2050. Not cool.”

    The BBC are like the IPCC. They’re not their to FIND a cause, they’re there to prove a predetermined cause; that man is the cause of every bad thing that’s ever happened on the Earth.

    Even the good things that happen (or rather, predicted to happen) are represented as “humans doing evil to the Earth” like how, today, the BBC’s South Today were reporting on a new report about how “Dorset would be covered in palm trees and grape vines in 70 years because of CLIMATE CHANGE!!”.

    Palm trees and grape vines? I hope I live to see the day.

    By the way, I can’t back up my claim with a link or anything because the BBC’s website is so hard to navigate and I can’t find the article anywhere, so you’ll just have to take my word for it.

  2. I’ve been reading BBC news articles for a while now and I have to say, they have not failed with this one.

    I’ve noticed a few articles where they admit that they were wrong about something or that there’s a way of reducing carbon emissions and they all end with, “but this won’t be enough to save us from global warming”. And this article lives up to that.

    “Of course, climate change could still get the last laugh, according to the study, a joint project between the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Wisconsin.

    “In fact, the report concludes that rising CO2 concentrations could change wind patterns and reduce sand erosion through ‘fertilisation’ of desert vegetation, thereby driving the temperature of the Atlantic up by another 0.4° Celsius by 2050. Not cool.”

    The BBC are like the IPCC. They’re not their to FIND a cause, they’re there to prove a predetermined cause; that man is the cause of every bad thing that’s ever happened on the Earth.

    Even the good things that happen (or rather, predicted to happen) are represented as “humans doing evil to the Earth” like how, today, the BBC’s South Today were reporting on a new report about how “Dorset would be covered in palm trees and grape vines in 70 years because of CLIMATE CHANGE!!”.

    Palm trees and grape vines? I hope I live to see the day.

    By the way, I can’t back up my claim with a link or anything because the BBC’s website is so hard to navigate and I can’t find the article anywhere, so you’ll just have to take my word for it.

    1. thanks Chris, your word was good, but the link will help the hippies understand.

    1. thanks Chris, your word was good, but the link will help the hippies understand.

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