In case you missed this "opposing view" when it was on BBC TV recently, here is the FULL BBC TV Horizon Documentary "Global Weirding" on YouTube: CLICK to see all articles at ClimateRealists for this topic including one from James Delingpole.
They're calling it Global Weirding now, as I suppose, inevitably they were bound to do in the end. Well "global warming" stopped working in 1989 when the globe stopped warming. Climate change was always a bit of a non-starter because climate does change regardless of whether or not we all drive 4 x 4s, or buy carbon offsets or listen to Stephen Fry and Ron Weasley's injunction to take our holidays in England this year. And Global Climate Disruption, as some pillock tried to christen it, was never going to catch on because, well, it's just too blatantly contrived and desperate isn't it?
So Global Weirding it is. The concept was popularised last week in a characteristically dire and parti pris BBC Horizon documentary which purported to have lots of new evidence (or 'hearsay' as it would more likely have been termed in a court of law) showing that our weather is getting more extreme – weirder. It seems to have been broadcast to coincide with a new IPCC report which has been excitedly written up in newspapers like the Guardian and the Detroit Free Press as evidence that we are heading towards climate disaster.
Global warming is leading to such severe storms, droughts and heatwaves that nations should prepare for an unprecedented onslaught of deadly and costly weather disasters, an international panel of scientists has said.
The greatest danger is in highly populated, poorer regions, but no corner of the globe is immune. The document, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, forecasts stronger tropical cyclones and more frequent heatwaves, deluges and droughts, and blames man-made climate change, population shifts and poverty.
Starring: Professor Mike Lockwood: Climate Scientist Katharine Hayhoe, at Texas Tech University: Hurricane Chaser, Jason Dunion: Professor Kerry Emanuel, who specialises in hurricanes, braces against the wind on Crane Beach, MA, on the North Atlantic coast: Cotton farmer Matt Farmer, Lamesa, TX: Adam Scaife, Head of Seasonal to Decadal Prediction at the UK Met Office: Forecaster Helen Chivers: Violinist, Tamsin Waley Cohen who plays a Stradivarius violin!
Will James Delingpole or Piers Corbyn or any "Climate Realist" be able to take part in the story? Sadly no, it looks like 100% propaganda from the BBC to get home the story of "Man Made" Climate Change. DONT MISS IT