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BBC backs down on climate change: Forced to delete David Attenborough's 'alarmist' warming
Daily Mail UK ^
Posted on 02/11/2013 5:48:37 AM PST by Perdogg
The BBC has been forced into an embarrassing climbdown over climate change claims made in Sir David Attenborough's groundbreaking Africa series.
In the last episode of the series, entitled 'Future', Sir David discussed the challenges facing the region.
Speaking over footage of Mount Kilimanjaro, Sir David made the assertion that 'some parts of the continent have become 3.5C hotter in the past 20 years'.
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TOPICS: Miscellaneous; News/Current Events; United Kingdom
KEYWORDS: africa; attenborough; climatechange; globalwarming
posted on 02/11/2013 5:48:41 AM PST
aDD ANOTHER 1.5c and you would have it back to the normal temperaturre prevailing in the Age of the Dinosaurs some 70 million years ago when the atmospheric pressure was higher and the Sun was less luminous.
posted on 02/11/2013 5:53:35 AM PST
'some parts of the continent have become 3.5C hotter in the past 20 years'.
....so send all your money to some rat despot so he can get rich and sell his TV station to muslims
posted on 02/11/2013 5:53:52 AM PST
(USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand..never store a threat you should have eliminated))
He also said that 80 per cent of the permanent icefields at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, had disappeared and 'soon it will be free of ice altogether'.
I'm sure it will all come back during the next Ice Age.
posted on 02/11/2013 6:39:20 AM PST
(Obama's vision - No Job is a Good Job)
Maybe this old volcano is warming up ?
posted on 02/11/2013 7:09:07 AM PST
Bastards got caught again by some pajama guy with Google. Facts! facts! who needs facts when we can just invent them!!!
posted on 02/11/2013 7:22:04 AM PST
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