from Nonoy Oplas
to "Atty. Gia Ibay"
, Gregg Yan
date Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 11:21 AM
subject Earth Hour lunacy
Since I criticized the WWF's Earth Hour campaign, I thought you should see it,
I am also ready for any debate on climate science and policy should you wish to organize one.
Fyi and thank you.
As I expected, zero reply from them. I assume they are super-busy telling people to switch off their lights this coming Saturday night so that they can help "save the planet." But for me, absence of reply for serious critic of their major programs is lousy. And would signal cowardice to debates.
Last November 15, 2010, I posted here, Climate stupidity 5: Warming leaders evade debates. I wrote,
... I also gave a talk last November 2009 at the Rotary Club of Makati Dasmarinas, and the organizers asked me to be a reactor to the head of WWF, Mr. Lory Tan, who will be their speaker the next week. I said "go-go-go." But a few days before his talk, I was advised not to come because it might cause "divisiveness" in the club. I think it was a diplomatic way of saying that Mr. Tan does not want a debate, Like Al Gore, like IPCC head Pachauri, like Leonardo di Caprio, etc.
Global SST Update Through Mid-March 2011
The Philippine government's weather bureau, PAGASA, advised that This time, expect a cooler summer. "Robert Sawi, PAGASA chief forecaster, Sunday said he expected the summer months this year to be “cooler” than last year due to the La Niña weather phenomenon."
WUWT's ENSO page.
For the global lower tropospheric temperature update and graph, check my earlier paper, Warming absent, politics present more than two weeks ago.
Is the current La Nina ending soon, and the world will resume its "unequivocal warming" trend, of more drought, less rain, less snow, less typhoons, and more melting of polar ice, more increase in sea level height?
Now here's another measurement and projections for the current La Nina, from the Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL) of NOAA.
NOAA projects a "well above 50%" chance that La Nina will continue until next year. The black line represents the current La Nina, and it's still in the -1.5 C colder than normal. The NOAA paper noted that "During the next few months, the MEI may very well stay stronger than Niño 3.4 since the latter is not normalized to account for weaker variability during this time of year."
So this coming Saturday, another lunatic campaign called "Earth Hour to save the planet" will be staged to keep scaring and fooling the public of a "catastrophic anthropogenic global warming" (CAGW) and its cousin, "man-made climate change."
The above EMI graph shows that the Earth's climate is in a pure, simple, natural cycle of warming-cooling-warming-cooling. But some nuts keep telling us that there was only "unprecedented warming" in the past and "unequivocal warming" into the future.
Keep scaring and fooling the public so they get lots of donations and funding. Yeah, right.