Sunday, November 28, 2010

Idiot comment of the day

Robroy says:
November 28, 2010 at 12:49 pm

I started to boycott ‘Google’ When I looked at ‘Google Earth’, the North Pole pole was all water, an obvious exposure that they are part of the AGW cabal. I don’t know if there is ice there now(on ‘Google Earth’). I’ m boycotting.

If Google files for chapter eleven this year, now you know why.


  1. "Freaking out about NYC sea level rise is easy to do when you don't pay attention to history." (WUWT,Nov28,2010)

    Anthony's aerial views in that blogpost are as weird as those of that commenter. Anthony complains about the ease of sea level inundation graphics, and makes denier calculations (using todays rates) to get millenial results.
    I guess he doesn't believe those post-AR4 predictions of 6+ feet of sea level rise by 2100.

    "With hundreds of kilometers of shoreline, New York City is especially vulnerable to the consequences of sea level rise and can anticipate an increased frequency of coastal flooding in parts of the financial district, lower Manhattan, Coney Island, the Rockaways, and low lying Staten Island neighborhoods. Severe storms have historically disrupted and shut down the metropolitan transportation system. Sections of the three major airports -- JFK, LaGuardia,and Newark, a number of highways, most area rail and tunnel entrances, and other important infrastructure lie at elevations of 3 meters or less."
    'Sea Level Rise and Storm Hazards, New York City' Gornitz,2007

    I'd stopped watching the bad-news AMSU temps about halfway down its recent dive. Thanks for the Intrade graph, which tells us when its safe to go back.

  2. What a pity that the IPCC and so many other scientific bodies are starting to tone it down after all this time considering nothings warmed for 16 years