We’re Having The Wrong Debate On Hotcoldwetdry Or Something

I’m going to skip the whinyness and woe-is-us from Warmist Fiona Johnson, and skip to the fun part

I find it frustrating that the comments in social media and on forums degenerate in a fairly predictable way when it comes to so-called debates about human-induced climate change.

But we are having the wrong debate. For climate change, the evidence is clear that carbon dioxide and temperatures are increasing. Where is the interest in debating observations?

Data like this?

Alas, she doesn’t really want to discuss data, probably because the real world data is pesky and blows the models and talking points out of the water.

What is more interesting is when we have to make decisions that depend on the values that we hold as a community. Someone may value free markets, someone else may value the natural diversity of our coral reefs, whilst a third may value a large house on the beach. The debate that we need to have is how these values can co-exist or if they can’t then how to prioritise them. But the current level of vitriol doesn’t promote rational discussions.

So, we do not need to discuss science and data, but feelings. Cult, anyone?

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3 Responses to “We’re Having The Wrong Debate On Hotcoldwetdry Or Something”

  1. John says:

    Teach that graph doesn’t show that “pause” you keep telling us happened The graph just shows an upward slope WHERE IS THAT PAUSE???

  2. john says:

    come on Teach tell us where the pause is !

  3. Actually, it does, if you know what you’re looking at. But, since you have no interest in learning about science, any explanation would be lost on you.

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