Global Warming Today: Let’s All Travel To Europe, OK?

Boy, I guess some folks are just so concerned about global warming as caused by Man, that they feel they just have to travel all over the world to make their point. I have a new technology to clue them in on: video confrencing:

Innsbruck — home to two Winter Olympics — is hosting a conference on how to cope with the warm winters and lackluster snowfall caused by global warming.

Some 400 people from 20 countries are in the Austrian winter sports mecca for three days of discussions on the future of the Alps. Discussions will focus on eight core themes related to mountains, including ecology, natural hazards, health and spatial planning and development.

A much-anticipated session Tuesday focuses on the impact of climate change on tourism.

Now that is some funny stuff. Isn’t interesting how these folks always tend to end up in great tourist spots?

What we have here is another way to use BS climate change (and I mean as caused by Man-climate change is happening, just like it has happened throughout the course of history) to yank some money out of gullible liberals pockets. Just like Michael Moore has done on numerous occassions.

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3 Responses to “Global Warming Today: Let’s All Travel To Europe, OK?”

  1. Silke says:

    Teach said: climate change is happening, just like it has happened throughout the course of history

    Could you please explain what the natural cause of the current warming trend is and also provide your source for this information? Thank you.

  2. Stacy says:

    Well, here’s one.

    http://www.hno.harvard.edu/gazette/2003/04.24/01-weather.html

    It’s common knowledge among those in the know that global warming during Medieval times brought about the plague.

  3. Silke says:

    Thank you, Stacy. I would like to point out this article is over four years old and it’s my understanding that many of the authors of the papers which Dr. Baliunas and Soon cited in their own paper refuted the interpretation of their work.

    http://www.agu.org/sci_soc/prrl/prrl0319.html

    Climate science has come a long way in the past four years. Scientists have monitored and measured the changes in solar output and the cyclical changes in solar radiation that follow an 11-year cycle and have determined that this contribution is very small compared to the contribution from human activities.

    http://ipcc-wg1.ucar.edu/wg1/wg1-report.html

    Regarding your comment that “it’s common knowledge among those in the know that global warming during Medieval times brought about the plague”…according to Teach it was the Little Ice Age (not global warming) that caused the plague and I think you both have it exactly backwards. You may be confusing it with this article which states that the decrease in population from the plague lead to less land being farmed, which lead to more trees absorbing CO2 thus leading to cooler temperatures in Europe:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4755328.stm

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