When it comes to the latest issues and so-called errors in the religion that is AGW (Anthropogenic Global Warming (warming caused solely by man and his actions and activities)), no one really believes that the IPCC and the knowledgeable people who control our thoughts would let this get them down. They have the concensus on their side.
On the contrary, these recent activities and "concerns" that have been wispered do nothing but make their resolve that much stronger.
In fact, if it were not for the IPCC and the god-like Rajendra K. Pachauri, "the future ex-Chairman of the IPCC" (as Anthony Watts likes to call him), we peons would not even know or even care that there was global warming going on.
Q: Has all that has happened this winter dented the credibility of IPCC?
R.K.P.: I don’t think the credibility of the IPCC can be dented. If the IPCC wasn’t there, why would anyone be worried about climate change?
Here, Here!! Well said.
And then, there are those who will not let these anti-human, anti-earth people get them down. Damn, the torpedos and faulty climate models. They will strive and continue forth spreading the good news.
Richard Branson has told David Strahan of Global Public Media that the world's oil supplies may peak within just six years.
Only last week, the British regulator Ofgem warned of energy shortages to come, with blackouts and renationalisation of the energy industry. Does Branson's comment suggest that the era of aviation is, give or take the odd flight on biofuels, at an end?
Branson's interview makes clear that the debate about climate science is only part of the story - and provides support to those who believe we must conserve energy regardless of what the climate models tell us.
And, it matters now how many times we peons and idiotoms have heard this, we must continue to be told that our oil has reached its peak. We must be made to believe. Believe!! We must conserve no matter what, even in the face of completely false climate models and oil supply projections.
And you know, since Branson states it, it HAS to be true. I mean.... come on, who else has more mastery and knowledge of the in-ground oil business?
He's by far the most prominent and - as somebody who runs an airline - well-placed figure to have warned about peak oil, to the best of my knowledge.
I think someone has a tingle going up their leg.