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We're All Gonna Die - #41,278

It would seem that Prime Minister Gordon Brown has now become Britain's version of the USA's Pres Obama.  He's gone complete bats**t.

He's even more looney that the US' prophet Albert "he's our man" Gore.

The UK faces a "catastrophe" of floods, droughts and killer heatwaves if world leaders fail to agree a deal on climate change, the prime minister has warned.

Gordon Brown said negotiators had 50 days to save the world from global warming...

50 DAYS!!!!!

Wow, he's even outdone Albert "The polar bears are falling, the polar bears are falling" Gore's 2006 prediction that we had only 10 years left.

But, if you are one to say, "Well, ok, but that is all hyperbole and politiking.  They will still rely on the science." 

Ummm.  Yeah.  Ok. 

He told the Major Economies Forum in London, which brings together 17 of the world's biggest greenhouse gas-emitting countries, there was "no plan B".

You see, science is all about not seeking alternatives.  Science never tests differing or alternative hypothesis when they seek answers to their questions.  All they have to do is think of the most expedient solution that will piss off the most people, destroy the most economies, and provide the least amount of proof.

And, VOILA!!!   <DING>  "You've Got Funding!"

Bigger shovel:

"In Britain we face the prospect of more frequent droughts and a rising wave of floods," he told delegates.

Droughts and floods.  Snow and Fire.  Rivers and Seas: Boiling.  Cats and Dogs.  Living together.  Mass Hysteria!!

By the way, here are some links that have shown that the so-called "hockey stick effect" is bogus.

Al Gore, version 2.0:

Mr Brown said: "If we do not reach a deal at this time, let us be in no doubt: once the damage from unchecked emissions growth is done, no retrospective global agreement, in some future period, can undo that choice.

Here, I have to agree with the venerable esteemed Britain's own AlGoreBama.  No retrospective future will save us.  Period.

[Update:] From Ross McKitrick himself on warmist's insistence on using bad and flawed data.


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