Bummer: Climate Catastrophe By 2050 Unless Someone Does Something

Unless Warmists take over and force everyone else to comply, of course

Scientists warn of catastrophic climate change by 2050

Top global scientists are at their wits’ end on how to make world leaders realize that the Earth is on the brink of a climate catastrophe if they do not cooperate in cutting down their gas emissions before mid-century.

Despite the agreement entered among nations last 2009 to put a stop to global warming by limiting the rise in temperature of the Earth’s climate system, efforts have not been enough to arrest the continuing rise of mean temperature.

Latest reports from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), presented at a meeting in Berlin, said there is still time for these countries to avert the impending catastrophe if only they will aggressively decrease the concentration of greenhouse gases produced by human activities such as carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel, cement production and deforestation.

The earlier post highlighted that there has been no warming for 17 years and 8 months. Let’s look at another chart

So, that’s how well their computer model prognostication has worked out. Why should we listen now?

The IPCC report warned global leaders of the imminent danger countries worldwide will face if collective and definitive actions to combat global warming are not made before 2050.

The scientists said among the grim consequences nations face by the end of the century are higher flood levels, frequent and prolonged snowstorms, and rapidly melting ice caps.

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7 Responses to “Bummer: Climate Catastrophe By 2050 Unless Someone Does Something”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Your graph of the models (from Spencer) is nearly as flawed as your graph of warming (from Mungton).

    Earth is still warming because of CO2. It’s gonna get worse.

  2. Kevin says:

    “Climate Catastrophe By 2050 Unless Someone Does Something”

    Ok, you can relax. I went ahead and did something. I ate a cheeseburger for lunch. I didn’t really want to. I actually wanted a bacon and egg sandwich. But someone had to do SOMETHING. So I did. Phew. Good news for the planet, huh? You can thank me later.

  3. jl says:

    Earth is not warming because of CO2, and may be on a cooling phase. “It’ gonna get worse.” That implies it’s bad now and “gonna get worse”. What’s bad now, J, besides the oceans that aren’t rising, the predictions that aren’t happening, the ice that’s not melting, the severe weather that isn’t becoming more frequent and the planet that’s not warming?

  4. Nighthawk says:

    What will get worse, for the warmists, is that the number of people calling BS to their cult growing year after year as their dire predictions fail to materialize.

  5. Jeffery says:

    Nighthawk,

    I predict you’re going to be surprised. I’ve noticed a subtle change in the reporting on global warming the past year – a trend to not balancing the science of global warming with the rants of ideologues. As the media finally become convinced of the reality of global warming you’ll find the tide turning in public opinion (except for those that only watch FOX).

  6. Jeffery says:

    j,

    “Earth is not warming because of CO2, and may be on a cooling phase.” I hope you are right, but that possibility is remote. High school physics explains the how and why of the continued warming of the Earth’s surface and oceans. You do realize that a cooling phase requires that the Earth cool, right? Can you share the evidence that the Earth is cooling?

    “… besides the oceans that aren’t rising, the predictions that aren’t happening, the ice that’s not melting, the severe weather that isn’t becoming more frequent and the planet that’s not warming?”

    How dare anyone refer to you as a denier?? The oceans are rising, the ice is melting, severe weather is becoming more frequent and the planet is warming. If you need citations supporting each of those I can supply them. The only one of these points being seriously debated by scientists is the frequency of severe weather.

  7. Jl says:

    Good one, J. Some ice melting, some increasing. The “predictions said both ples would be melting. That’s not happening. In fact, both poles have increased ice. Severe weather is not more frequent, which is irrelevant anyway as records only go back so far. Sea levels are well within past tolerances. Again, detailed records are that far back. “High school physics explains the how and why of warming..” Another good one. That “explaining” doesn’t prove it’s CO2.

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