Is the ‘anthropogenic global warming’ consensus on the point of collapse?

“At the very least, let’s hear no more about this theory being ‘incontrovertible.’”

William Oddie writes in the Catholic Herald:

As the snow began falling on Saturday, I said to my wife “what do you want to bet that someone will cook up an explanation that all this is caused by global warming”? It was a joke: but when I looked at that morning’s Independent newspaper, there it was already, under the headline “Science behind the big freeze: is climate change bringing the Arctic to Europe?”

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10 thoughts on “Is the ‘anthropogenic global warming’ consensus on the point of collapse?”

  1. Too bad the glaciers, the Arctic, Greenland and everything else that is changing in response to a warming climate haven’t got the word

  2. Gregg, One big cold snap? Where have you been for the last 17 years… or did you not get Phil Jones admission… “no warming since 1995″…

  3. One of the Climategate 2 emails is from an agent of the World Bank to Phil Jones of the CRU East Anglia University. The agent tells Phil that the agenda will continue regardless of the science.

    No, unfortunately AGW is not going away any time soon.

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