Time to go Malcolm

Malcolm Turnbull has shown his utter ignorance on the global warming debate. He has called for people to defend the science of climate change, saying:

”We cannot afford to allow the science to become a partisan issue as it is in the United States.”

Perhaps he is unaware that the reason global warming is partisan in the United States is that there are other scientists criticising the theory, and not science itself. Is he also aware that the doubt over the theory stems from evidence? Is he aware of a single piece of empirical evidence that would back his point of view?

Rejecting the science was ”like ignoring the advice of your doctor to give up smoking on the basis that somebody down the pub told you their uncle Ernie had lived to 95 and smoked like a train all his life”.

The analogy he makes is ludicrous and insulting to all scientists skeptical of man-made global warming. To suggest that the likes of Bob Carter, Ian Plimer, John Cristy, Roy Spencer, Richard Lindzen and Fred Singer have as much credibility in science as a random person from the pub, is the real affront to science.

”Those of us who do not believe the CSIRO is part of an international Green conspiracy to undermine Western civilisation should not be afraid to speak out and loudly, on behalf of the science.”

Why is it that people such as Turnbull, are under the impression that skeptics must be conspiracy theorists? When truckloads of money poured into one side of the theory while leaving the case for carbon dioxide undefended, there doesn’t have to be.

Malcolm Turnbull has shown time after time that he is not a team player. He might as well join the labor party. While the numbers in parliament are precarious, and his presence may be required in the case of a by-election in an  ALP-held seat, he is proving detrimental to the coalition. After the next election, should the impending landslide eventuate, he will no longer be needed.

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About Climate Nonconformist

Hi, I'm the climatenonconformist (not my real name), and I am a global warming skeptic, among the few in generation Y. With Australia facing the prospect of a carbon tax, we need to be asking the simple question; where is the evidence that our emissions are causing any dangerous warming?
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4 Responses to Time to go Malcolm

  1. There are more than a thousand scientists who now contradict the global warming fraud, whilst only 52 still go along with the IPCC alarmist scam. See the December 2010 report from climatedepot dot com. The 52 are thought to be motivated by monetary or political reasons.

    Malcolm Turnbull really should listen to what the top scientists headed by Professor Lindzen are saying. Just ignoring such an enormous majority of the best climate brains can only mean that he also goes along with the fraud for some very questionable reason.

  2. TWE says:

    They are all warmists, the whole lot of them. They will all toe the line, I guarantee that. If anyone thinks Abbott and all his mates will treat climate change any differently to Labor once they get into power, they are kidding themselves. Abbott will say ANYTHING to get elected even if it means pretending to be skeptical. He’s a liar and he’s no more trustworthy than Gillard.

  3. Pingback: Heaven help us if he ever becomes Liberal leader again | Climate Nonconformist

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