Tuesday, July 28, 2009








Reference: Global warming impacting Greenlanders' daily lives, Bangkok Post, July 29, 2009

The global warming article about ice fishing in Greenland ("Global warming impacting Greenlanders' daily lives", Bangkok Post, July 29, 2009) is yet another in a long series of fluff AGW press releases put out to ratchet up the hype ahead of the Copenhagen meeting. Fluff AGW articles surreptitiously imply but do not show that choking our economy to reduce CO2 emissions will have any effect on the problem being described. It is sinister propaganda.

Cha-am Jamal
Thailand

1 comment:

bruce7654 said...

Mr Ostrich,

You are at it again. Searching for any article about climate change so you can try to debunk it. Well let's just analyse a little what you say:

"Fluff AGW articles surreptitiously imply but do not show that choking our economy to reduce CO2 emissions will have any effect on the problem being described."

The article you refer to does NOT ONCE MENTION reducing CO2 emissions. It talks about the effects of climate change in Greenland from the point of view of the local people. Did you read it?

You bring up reducing CO2 emissions then, in the same sentence, you state two highly contentious and unproven opinions as fact (it will choke the economy, it will have no effect).

Please be more honest in your criticisms. For the millionth time, please give some sources for your highly dubious opinions (which you always, annoyingly and deceitfully, state as facts, and please tell us which oil company you represent: you propandist ostrich.