All Powerful Consensus of Scientists: Debunked by Tree – UPDATED: NEW TIME MAGAZINE COVER REDEFINES IRONIC

UPDATE at bottom…

OldestTreeYou know, that whole global warming consensus…

The world’s oldest tree has been found in Sweden, a tenacious spruce that first took root just after the end of the last ice age, more than 9,500 years ago.

The tree has rewritten the history of the climate in the region, revealing that it was much warmer at that time and the ice had disappeared earlier than thought. […]

It had been thought that this region was still in the grip of the ice age but the tree shows it was much warmer, even than today, [Prof Leif Kullman at Umeå University] says.

“Spruces are the species that can best give us insight about climate change,” he says.

The summers 9,500 years ago were warmer than today, though there has been a rapid recent rise as a result of climate change that means modern climate is rapidly catching up.

So about that 300 million dollars Al Gore is investing in global warming awareness…

IRONY ALERT: The current cover of Time Magazine:

 

Oh. No. They. Didn’t.

That’s Iwo Jima some disgrace to graphic design just crapped on. 

 

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3 Responses to “All Powerful Consensus of Scientists: Debunked by Tree – UPDATED: NEW TIME MAGAZINE COVER REDEFINES IRONIC”

  1. Pull Up! Says:

    Time is acting like the small child who does unacceptable things because it ALWAYS gets attention.

    On the bright side, at least the new editor is being up front in saying he’s going to publish OPINION, which is pretty much what MSM has been doing all along anyway.

    Will people be surprised at that?

    PullUp

  2. papertiger Says:

    that is one sad looking tree. I suppose if I were 9000 years old I would look pretty sad too.

  3. Denver: Logistical Green Nightmare « What The Crap? - whatthecrap.us Says:

    […] that totalitarian solutions to mythical problems wind up causing real devastation? As for Time’s tree, by all means put it up: It helps block out the view of starving peasants on the far […]


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