Friday, February 18, 2011

Ten Green Bottles

And one green bottle has fallen.



And if one green bottle
Should accidentally fall
There'll be nine green bottles
Hanging on the wall


Now there are only nine green bottles.

Here's the money quote:-

Last year, Professor Sackett backed a call from international scientists for urgent action on climate change.


Adolf eagerly awaits the demise of New Zealand's scientific green bottle, the fool Glugman.

21 comments:

Dave said...

Hear hear. The sooner Key's office gets rid of Gluckman with his climate crap and expensive plans the better.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I guess this means the laws of physics are all fake! Hummers for all. Dickhead.

onelaw4all said...

And your reference to the "laws of physics" pertains to ETSchemes in what way exactly?

Anonymous said...

In the context of so-called global warming, whenever someone spouts the cliche "laws of physics" or "the science is settled" they should think about getting the word Bullshit Artist tattooed on their forehead.

KG said...

Yep.With the prefix "gullible".

Anonymous said...

Its easier to resign than admit you were wrong. That's ego that is.

Anonymous said...

"green bottle" does that mean that you think accepting the physics of AGW and the advisability of reductions in CO2 makes someone a greenie?
"the fool Glugman". As far as I can see the only reason you have for labeling him a fool is because he understands scientific issues you're ignorant and deluded about.

Andrew W

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Andrew W, your violin needs tuning.

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Anonymous said...

I was unaware that anyone still subscribed to the bullshit that is man-made global change! I see it as akin to flat earth theories and similar nonsense.

Cadwallader

Anonymous said...

That's because you have no understanding of science and derive your facts politically. That's no one's fault but yours.

Anonymous said...

If its -30C in the Antarctic instead of -35C, come on, what fucking difference will that make?

Anonymous said...

Andrew W...you need to spend less time at the cool-aid fountain and read more.

Andrew P

Anonymous said...

"if its -30C in the Antarctic instead of -35C,"

Actually its got colder and Antarctic ice has been GROWING. Considering 90% of the worlds ice is there, nature once more makes a mockery of fools like A Worth.

Anonymous said...

Wrong again I'm afraid. This is what happens when you decide what reality is based on your political beliefs.

Sally said...

Historian writer Barbara Tuchman research shows that governments get most issues wrong.

They pursue policy contrary to the interest of their organisation, even when it's pretty clear at the time that the consequences will be bad and that they have other, better options.

Usually the bad policy comes through pride, greed, a DESIRE for PERSONAL POWER, or sheer wooden-headedness.

Anonymous said...

"reality is based on your political beliefs." Far too simple a statement to add any real value to a serious debate. As that execrable tosser Pilger said to KIm Hill "you've got to read more"

Anonymous said...

This is a serious debate? ROFL. Get real. Oh that's right you can't.

Anonymous said...

"research shows that governments get most issues wrong."

What a remarkably silly thing to say. Maybe we should do away with government. Worked for Somalia.

David S. said...

""if its -30C in the Antarctic instead of -35C,"

Actually its got colder and Antarctic ice has been GROWING. Considering 90% of the worlds ice is there, nature once more makes a mockery of fools like A Worth."

Antarctica is not colder, it's getting warmer. The area has increased, which would be expected if it was melting. As far as I'm aware there hasn't been any measurements made on the volume of ice contained there.

Anonymous said...

"if its -30C in the Antarctic instead of -35C,"

The IPCC hasn't been expecting any big change in the Antarctica ice mass. The expected and observed increase in melt at the periphery being offset by an increase in precipitation across the surface of the icecap. It's a little warmer, and warmer air carries more moisture.

Andrew W