"It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong." Richard P. Feynman

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Delegates praise the non-deal at Durban

The Climate ramora infesting Durban for the last 2 weeks can now return home on CO2-spewing jets to re-attach themselves to their respective hosts and start sucking! Only the EU  has been silly enough to extend Kyoto and everyone else said it was too hard and we will have another nice meeting sometime in the future as long as we don't have to do anything now. Australia's Climate Fraud Minister gormless Greg Combet of course thought it was a terrific non-deal as he is desperately trying to justify having exposed his country to economic carbon tax pain expecting others to follow suit and he is feeling very lonely.

CLIMATE Change Minister Greg Combet has praised the outcome of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Duban as a significant breakthrough in tackling global warming.

The conference has agreed to begin negotiations on a new accord which would put all nations under the same legal regime.
Representatives of 194 countries agreed to move towards a new agreement to replace the existing Kyoto Protocol.
Mr Combet said the outcomes in the South African city are good news for the environment.
"They set the world on a path of long-term action to tackle climate change through a regime with wide global coverage and strong environmental effectiveness," he said.
"They will complement Australia's carbon price mechanism by boosting confidence in global mitigation efforts, providing a sound basis for investment in clean energy and stimulating growth in carbon markets."


4 comments:

  1. John of Cloverdale WADecember 11, 2011 at 5:45 PM

    Ha ha ha! I just heard Combet on da radio. He had to slip in Tony Abbott's name. They can't help themselves. They must have Tony Abbott nightmares every night. Legal agreement sometime in the future. Pull the other leg! And this was the "last chance" saloon.

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  2. http://www.klaus.cz/clanky/2988

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  3. I used to give Australia some credit for being a rather "forward thinking" country but then along came Combet!

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  4. The impartial ABC news website has an item headed "Howard launches 'anti-warmist manual' for kids" about Ian Plimer's new book, "How to Get Expelled From School", at http://tinyurl.com/ce43sa9

    Shame on Prof Plimer for daring to talk about old-fashioned fact-based science instead of converting to the new AGW religion.

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