Global Warming Today: Welcome To Exotic Bali!

Let’s start with The Question: If the climahysteric disciples believe that Man is at fault, then why do they

  1. refuse to live the life they tell everyone and every country they should live
  2. and why do they not smack their climahysteric leaders for not only failing to live the life, but living worse then then they say the average person is?

It is fun to ask the climahysterics that. Don’t expect a coherent or realistic answer. Usually I get

  • the government should do something
  • Bush should have signed Kyoto. Clinton? Who’s he?
  • I can’t afford to

So, what do the climahysteric disciples think of this?

BALI, Indonesia, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) — No Western suit and tie, Yvo de Boer, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate change (UNFCCC), gave a press conference at the Bali International Convention Center here on Sunday ahead of the opening of the U.N. climate change conference.

De Boer, wearing a casual shirt, has set a good example for others to follow suit to echo the conference’s theme of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Follow suit, eh? So De Boer wants us all to fly to an exotic vacation spot on private planes which would then have to be deadheaded to another island during the “conference?” Good to know!

An information posted on the website of the UNFCCC said that “in consultation with the host country and responding to numerous queries from participants, the Climate Change Secretariat would like to propose that the dress code for participants at the upcoming Conference be adapted to take into account the warm and humid conditions in Bali.

UNFCCC secretariat hopes that “Amending the dress code will allow participants to conduct discussions in a more comfortable environment, as well as limit the use of air conditioning and thereby reduce greenhouse gas emissions.”

Yeah. Sure. Would anyone like to place a wager that it simply makes it easier for the scientists blowhards, politicians, and bureaucrats, usually one and the same, to act like they are working while on the beach? It would look funny if people were wearing suits out by the cabana bar, eh?

But, hey, don’t worry. They are all just there to jump start the climate change fight. If it works as well as the extreme environmentalists fight to make sure that dead brush is not cleared out in California, well, you can guess.

What do you think, Islamic Rage Boy?

Meanwhile, a real scientist says that carbon emissions do not cause global warming.

Cross posted at Right Wing News.

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19 Responses to “Global Warming Today: Welcome To Exotic Bali!”

  1. Kurt P says:

    I’m always a little confused on how using a completely sealed Air Conditioning unit contributes to greenhouse gasses.
    It’s not like it puffs little clouds of freon from it’s cooling cylinders, or anything.

  2. John Ryan says:

    well curt it is because there is a life expectancy to that air conditioning unit, let’s say 10 years. After that (assuming it developed no leaks or never had to be “recharged”) the unit is disposed of in an land fill or scraped. At this point the freon is released into the atmosphere. Even though freon is no longer used as a refrigerant in the USA units that were made 10 or more years ago are now emitting the freon that they were charged with.

  3. Kurt P says:

    Nowadays, well at least since the early 80’s they’ve evacuated the lines with vacuum pumps then filter and re-use the gas.

    I think it’s just another way for them to feel superior without actually giving up much- if anything. Kinda like AlGores carbon scam.

  4. David Nic says:

    I think it’s funny that we have global warming on the brain today William. Uncanny. 🙂

    AAARRGGGGHHHH

  5. John Ryan says:

    Well of course the freon should be evacuated by a certified technician, however it often is not. How often are appliances containing freon as a refrigerant disposed of improperly, or how often does one part of the system fail and cause a leak ? well in a perfect world NEVER.
    As for our leaders leaving less of a carbon footprint ? Well of course I think they should. I am glad Teach that you do too !!

  6. Silke says:

    Teach said: Meanwhile, a real scientist says that carbon emissions do not cause global warming.

    He is a mathematician and a computer and electrical engineer. How does this qualify him to speak about climate change?

    Meanwhile the hundreds of scientists who wrote and reviewed the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report do have the necessary expertise and they disagree.

    I do agree the private jets are an issue – more so than turning down the A/C.

  7. John Ryan says:

    The American delegation numbers 60
    It was very difficult for Bush to keep the number down that low, all of the Republicans know that there may not be many more opportunities like this in the futurehttp://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2007/nov/95659.htm

  8. The only reason I think they should leave less of a carbon footprint, John, is because they are the ones who are complaining, so, they should stop being complete hypocrites. That said, I think they should fly less and do more to deal with real pollution.

    What about all the ones who disagree with the ones who are involved in writing the report, Silke? I notice you ignore them, as well as ignoring the questions I posed (again.) Why are you not upset that all these people flew to the exotic vacation spot of Bali, putting all that CO2 in the air that you climahysterics say causes global warming?

  9. irtexas says:

    Teach,

    We can not be the only bads ones here. The knuckle draggers don’t care about anything. They just want the money. When you live in the area of as much sand as they do I really can’t feel that they give any thought about cleaning anything. They just wait for the next big wind.

  10. irtexas says:

    I’m not getting the error messages anymore. Yehaa.

  11. Silke says:

    Teach said: What about all the ones who disagree with the ones who are involved in writing the report, Silke?

    I am aware of only a handful of scientists who disagree with the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report. However none of these scientists have provided any counter evidence or any peer-reviewed study to shows why the IPCC’s conclusions are wrong. I have asked you for this repeatedly and you continue to ignore the question (again). It is the weight of ALL the evidence and the fact that those who disagree can provide none of their own that persuades me.

    Teach said: Why are you not upset that all these people flew to the exotic vacation spot of Bali

    I am concerned about the private jets. It’s a legitimate issue, which is why I commented on it above. Talk about ignoring things…

  12. irtexas says:

    Since the algorical said last week to a reporter that he never said facts it was his conjecture that this was what would happen I think he can just conjecture him self off the planet. What an idiot.

  13. If you are only aware of a handful, then your head has been stuck in the sand, Silke. There are tons and tons. How about 19,000? http://www.oism.org/pproject/

    You may be concerned, but, you, like most of the rest, will simply ignore the blatent hypocrisy.

    Conjecture is pretty much all they have, irtexas. Their hockey stick graph has been discredited, and they use the same computer models that cannot accurately predict weather 10 days out to predict the end of the Earth 50-100 years out.

  14. Silke says:

    Teach, that list is at least six years old. I would like to know what they have to say about the Fourth Assessment Report.

    Teach said: You may be concerned, but, you, like most of the rest, will simply ignore the blatent hypocrisy.

    I’m not ignoring it. I’m openly agreeing with you.

    Teach said: they use the same computer models that cannot accurately predict weather 10 days out to predict the end of the Earth 50-100 years out.

    They are not the same models and the fact that you cannot distinguish the difference really discredits your own position, Teach.

  15. joated says:

    I’m rooting for a tsunami. Poetic justice and all that.

  16. Silke, the list has been updated constantly. It was around 17K last March (http://www.thepiratescove.us/?p=3568). They would probably say that it is a hysteric report by a bunch of hysterics.

    And, yes, the models are pretty much the same. Talk to meteorologists and climatoligists.

    Now, now, joated, we wouldn’t want to ruin their tax payer funded vacations, now, would we? 😉

    What would be hilarious would be for Krakatao to blow, dropping the world wide temps by about 2 degree F. Oh, wait, that would not be climate, because only Man can change the climate.

  17. Stacy says:

    I’m just so happy I have hobbies to occupy my time.

  18. irtexas says:

    Teach,

    Someone asked me last weekend why I’m not concerned about the rise in earth temps? Well since it only amounts to 1 degree every 850,000 years that they would need to catch me on the next go round. By then I may actually care. Until then cans, paper, plastic. Recycle. Thats all I can do. No matter what they say it still comes down to the basic 4 seasons.

  19. irtexas says:

    I keep getting this mental picture of altheblobgorical paddling backwards in his canoe as fast as he can and getting closer to the big waterfalls. I wish I could draw a picture. Unfortunatly any 5 y/o can beat me in stick figures. I guess I have to work on that.

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