major horsecrap

‘Major NZ climate report: The five defining figures’

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  1. Michael in Nelson says:

    Major? I would up its rank to General. There are so many weasel words in that and they are going back to 1916. If the rise has been going on since 1916, how much was prior to 1950 and the result of coming out of the little ice age? This has been written with the conclusion as the initial objective. I have a bag full of questions that I do not see the reporter asking.

    • KG says:

      And the “reporter” never will, Michael. The NZ media way is to act as middlemen, simply recycling PR handouts and propaganda.
      The lack of serious, independent reporting in this country is a scandal and a tragedy.

      • Michael in Nelson says:

        Please remember KG, I do science for a living and shit like this is an embarrassment professionally.

        • KG says:

          I never forget that, Michael.
          But you’re hardly responsible for the sins of the sell-outs and charlatans, are you?

  2. Ronbo says:

    How pathetic! is the endless repeating of the Big Lie about Global Warming – you’d think the more distance between the origin of the Big Lie at the NYT in NYC – the more accurate would be the information – but 10,000 miles of separation gets one no nearer the truth about climate change – which is, indeed, happening – but the world is turning cooler.

    Like everything else the Leftist Media reports to know the truth simply think the opposite of what they say….and they wonder why none take them seriously anymore.

  3. KG says:

    More warmist bollocks. From the Washingtom Post, naturally and recycled by the NZ Herald. As usual.
    ‘Coffee is under attack from climate change but new plants offer hope
    Climate change could spell disaster for coffee, a crop that requires specific temperatures to flourish and that is highly sensitive to a range of pests….’

    Yeah, that must be why it grows in Arabia, India, Africa, the West Indies, South and Central America, and on the islands of Java and Sumatra.