Fuel for Thought 16.3

Fuel for Thought 16.3 EE 16-3-Christian_p2.qxd 30-6-05 9:47 am Page 695 MEMORIES RESEARCH POLICY SCIENCE DEBATES CONTINUE MEDIA HYPE IPCC CRITIQUES NEW BUSINESS NUCLEAR PROGRESS MEMORIES “I did watch Bob Corell, and his generation of Administrators ‘flee’ Boulder in the late 1980s to other more lucrative, fund dispensing agencies ... All Pumping for Global Climate Change modelling first, long before there was understanding to base it on. You know, back when weather forecasts were not on TV – and were simply always wrong ... Now, with satellites, you can track the weather – but Climate??? All forecasts based on 20-30 year trends, hyped with over-emphasis on unknown forcings. But – remember! We’re all going to freeze to death in the ‘obvious’ pending Ice Age – as per Schneider’s thesis ... Then the quick reversal of ‘plot’ in the doomsday scenario when the 1976 Pacific Warm Shift took Place – along with the expected string of increased ENSO warm events – that carried the day until 1997–98 ... All just funding games. Meanwhile, real world issues just get ignored, and Bush spends all the US government funds on his little Oil War ... And the Scenarios just get steeper, and deeper, while science loses http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Energy & Environment SAGE

Fuel for Thought 16.3

Energy & Environment , Volume 16 (3-4): 26 – Jul 1, 2005

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SAGE
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© 2005 SAGE Publications
ISSN
0958-305X
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2048-4070
D.O.I.
10.1260/0958305054672295
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EE 16-3-Christian_p2.qxd 30-6-05 9:47 am Page 695 MEMORIES RESEARCH POLICY SCIENCE DEBATES CONTINUE MEDIA HYPE IPCC CRITIQUES NEW BUSINESS NUCLEAR PROGRESS MEMORIES “I did watch Bob Corell, and his generation of Administrators ‘flee’ Boulder in the late 1980s to other more lucrative, fund dispensing agencies ... All Pumping for Global Climate Change modelling first, long before there was understanding to base it on. You know, back when weather forecasts were not on TV – and were simply always wrong ... Now, with satellites, you can track the weather – but Climate??? All forecasts based on 20-30 year trends, hyped with over-emphasis on unknown forcings. But – remember! We’re all going to freeze to death in the ‘obvious’ pending Ice Age – as per Schneider’s thesis ... Then the quick reversal of ‘plot’ in the doomsday scenario when the 1976 Pacific Warm Shift took Place – along with the expected string of increased ENSO warm events – that carried the day until 1997–98 ... All just funding games. Meanwhile, real world issues just get ignored, and Bush spends all the US government funds on his little Oil War ... And the Scenarios just get steeper, and deeper, while science loses

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