Saturday, November 24, 2007

Global warming NOT Hell on Earth

The Australian reported As it is, the temperature projections (the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) does come up with in its fourth and latest report range from a rise in the global average temperature by the year 2100 of 1.8C for its lowest emissions scenario to one of 4C for its highest emissions scenario, with a mean increase of slightly under 3C. The average annual temperature in Helsinki is less than 5C. That in Singapore is in excess of 27C, a difference of more than 22C. If man can cope with that, it is not immediately apparent why he should not be able to adapt to a change of 3C when he is given 100 years in which to do so.

And that assums they are right. If the weatherman has difficulty giving an accurate 5 day forecase, what makes you think a UN agency can accurately predict the weather 100 years from now?

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