Here’s a segment of the press conference video of COP 19 from CFACT.
Verna from the UK Youth Climate Coalitions is stunned how anyone could doubt the global warming religion, asking the panel, “How you can sleep at night?” Clearly the young lady has never read the science and refuses to be aware that there are lots of skeptics among the 97% who believe man is causing (to some extent) global warming, but reject there’s a problem. There’s no consensus among the consensus. Her only rebuttal? A childish: “Like, everything you said is BS…how can you sleep at night?”
“Just fine,” the panel reassured her – because the data show CO2 has been overblown and there hasn’t been any warming in 15 years.
I thought the question was handled very well by the panel. The question the young lady really needed to ask was how can anyone sleep at night knowing energy is being priced beyond what poor people can pay…24,000 high energy related deaths in UK alone last winter. 600,000 people in Germany alone are having their power turned off every year because it has become a expensive luxury.
You can watch the whole video here.
I thought Marc Morano should have stuck to more scientific results, and avoided the political aspects. But then again, I’m not familiar with the kind of environment they have to contend with at the Warsaw Conference. I guess it’s more politics than science.
Walter Cunningham did a good job on explaining how science works, and that the AGW theory is in deep trouble. Cunningham speaks of an “absence of supporting data…their climate models have never successfully predicted anything“.
In Germany, not sure about the rest of Europe, there really hasn’t been that much reporting on COP 19; it’s a stale, worn out issue. The enthusiasm is gone and the activists know it. That’s why they’ve become so shrill. It’s the last ditch effort to get a little attention.