It's Climate Change I tell'ya!! IT'S CLIMATE CHANGE!!

Ron in Regina

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Yeah, it sucks, & this is not factoring in the wind chill. We are still in an interglacial, so we don’t want it to warm up any further ‘cuz that never goes well for anyone:
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petros

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Pfffffb we couldn't meet the Honda Accord expectations let alone the Paris Accord.

Why would anyone expect it to stay cold after the coldest point in 13000 years? Why should I give a shit about ice that formed 400 years ago and is finally melting now?
 

Ron in Regina

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Pfffffb we couldn't meet the Honda Accord expectations let alone the Paris Accord.

Why would anyone expect it to stay cold after the coldest point in 13000 years? Why should I give a shit about ice that formed 400 years ago and is finally melting now?
You’re looking at too much data over too long of a timeframe & seeing too much of the picture. Just look at data from 1950 going forward for the narrative.

“The historical data is not observed historical data,” the spokesman said. “It is modelled historical data … 24 models from historical simulations spanning 1950 to 2005 were used.”

These computer simulations are part of the federal government’s ClimateData.ca website launched by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna on Aug. 15.

She described it as “an important next step in giving our decision-makers even greater access to important climate data for long-term planning. The more each of us uses this type of information, the more it will help.”


To be fair, the fact that it omitted observed weather data from 1850 to 1949 in developing its computer models is not evidence in and of itself of an attempt by Environment Canada to mislead the public.

Omitting observed historical weather data from computer models is common in climate science because of differences in the quality of the reporting of weather data today, compared to 1850 when historical records started being kept.

Also, weather is not climate.
 
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Taxslave2

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If only turdOWE and the rest of the globull warming truthers knew of the difference between climate and weather we would not be having this problem. Or maybe they do know, but it doesn't fit their agenda.
 

petros

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You’re looking at too much data over too long of a timeframe & seeing too much of the picture. Just look at data from 1950 going forward for the narrative.

“The historical data is not observed historical data,” the spokesman said. “It is modelled historical data … 24 models from historical simulations spanning 1950 to 2005 were used.”

These computer simulations are part of the federal government’s ClimateData.ca website launched by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna on Aug. 15.

She described it as “an important next step in giving our decision-makers even greater access to important climate data for long-term planning. The more each of us uses this type of information, the more it will help.”


To be fair, the fact that it omitted observed weather data from 1850 to 1949 in developing its computer models is not evidence in and of itself of an attempt by Environment Canada to mislead the public.

Omitting observed historical weather data from computer models is common in climate science because of differences in the quality of the reporting of weather data today, compared to 1850 when historical records started being kept.

Also, weather is not climate.
:We're bullshitting but it's dry, sustainable, less stinky eco-bullshit.

BTW, you can no longer access historical data through a Fed source. Sweet huh?
 
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Ron in Regina

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:We're bullshitting but it's dry, sustainable, less stinky eco-bullshit.

BTW, you can no longer access historical data through a Fed source. Sweet huh?
Weird, it looks like you can but you can’t. Went here & followed the prompts. It looks like Data is available from 1840 to 2022.
So I entered the parameters of Regina from 1936 to 1938…& got “two” results?
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Very….revisionist.
 

petros

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You can't find anything earlier than 1932 for Regina. CPR has records going back to 1880. Where are they, they used to be there?
 

Serryah

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Well, NB is an IFTA member, and charging and collecting the fuel tax, but if they’re funneling it into general revenue and using it elsewhere….that’s on NB.

True enough. Higgs is doing whatever he wants and considering he's an Irving pet I'm sure he knows lots of ways to wiggle taxes to be squirreled away or used for other things than what they should be for.

But then the Libs were no better than the current Cons. So...
 

pgs

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Pfffffb we couldn't meet the Honda Accord expectations let alone the Paris Accord.

Why would anyone expect it to stay cold after the coldest point in 13000 years? Why should I give a shit about ice that formed 400 years ago and is finally melting now?
How can we ever expect to meet emission targets while importing 500,000 people per year ?
 
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55Mercury

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How can we ever expect to meet emission targets while importing 500,000 people per year ?
yep

they'll all want their homes heated and their cars fueled. nevermind the increased consumption of goods in general and all the garbage that entails. great for business, not so much the environment.
 

petros

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True enough. Higgs is doing whatever he wants and considering he's an Irving pet I'm sure he knows lots of ways to wiggle taxes to be squirreled away or used for other things than what they should be for.

But then the Libs were no better than the current Cons. So...
Irving is Liberal
 

Serryah

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Well...

"Extreme heatwaves in 2020 associated with 98 million more people suffering from food insecurity than annually in 1981-2010."

"Heat exposure led to leading to 470 billion potential labour hours lost globally in 2021…"

"On average, 29% more global land area was affected by extreme drought for at least one month per year in 2012–21 than in 1951–1960."

"The likelihood of dengue transmission rose by 12% from 1951–1960 to 2012–2021."
 

pgs

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Well...

"Extreme heatwaves in 2020 associated with 98 million more people suffering from food insecurity than annually in 1981-2010."

"Heat exposure led to leading to 470 billion potential labour hours lost globally in 2021…"

"On average, 29% more global land area was affected by extreme drought for at least one month per year in 2012–21 than in 1951–1960."

"The likelihood of dengue transmission rose by 12% from 1951–1960 to 2012–2021."
What was the total growth of humanity since 1960 and what is the poverty rate where the growth occurred ? Has the poverty rates in those areas improved in that time frame ? If not why ?
 

The_Foxer

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"Extreme heatwaves in 2020 associated with 98 million more people suffering from food insecurity than annually in 1981-2010."
Insecurity. IN other words - they had food, but there were minor concerns about supply. Nobody starved or anything. Soooo - what?
"Heat exposure led to leading to 470 billion potential labour hours lost globally in 2021…"
Potential :ROFLMAO: So... no ACTUAL hours?
"On average, 29% more global land area was affected by extreme drought for at least one month per year in 2012–21 than in 1951–1960."
How was it compared to the 30's? :) Cherry picking years again.
"The likelihood of dengue transmission rose by 12% from 1951–1960 to 2012–2021."
So you're saying there's slightly more mosquitoes? Ummm - don't they need water? What happened to our droughts?
 

petros

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A dry month is a dry month. 10+ years is an extreme drought. In the SW US droughts of 200 years have happened.

200 years!