Barking Bishop links bush fires to climate change

Another day, another bishop wading in on the climate debate feet first. This time it’s George Browning, former bishop of Canberra and Goulburn, and a renowned expert on atmospheric physics and meteorology in his spare time, who has blamed the Victorian bush fires on “climate change”. Speaking at a memorial service in Westminster Abbey, attended by Krudd and his Kronies, he said:

Weather patterns are changing and the human footprint is a major contributor.”

[Arse-lick Alert] I am therefore grateful and proud that the Australian Government has made a significant contribution to reduce the Australian contribution to the adverse effects of the human footprint.

“We dare not contemplate a future without learning the lessons this experience has taught us.”

As with wacky Rowan Williams (see here), he should stick to bothering god, not the rest of us with his ill-informed claptrap.

Read it here.

Comments

  1. solarchaos says:

    deep solar minimumFor 2008 there were no sunspots observed on 266 of the year’s 366 days (73%).Sunspot counts for 2009 have dropped even lower. As of March 31st, there were no sunspots on 78 of the year’s 90 days (87%)It adds up to one inescapable conclusion: “We’re experiencing a very deep solar minimum,” says solar physicist Dean Pesnell of the Goddard Space Flight Center. “This is the quietest sun we’ve seen in almost a century,” agrees sunspot expert David Hathaway of the Marshall Space Flight Center.http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2009/01apr_deepsolarminimum.htmA 50-year low in solar wind pressure:A 55-year low in solar radio emissions:A 12-year low in solar “irradiance”:

  2. Simon from Sydney says:

    Note the plug for NASA’s warmist agenda, however, about half way down, after discussing the reduction in solar irradiance:”These changes are not enough to reverse the course of global warming…”

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