By Paul Homewood
In Part I, we looked at Attenborough’s claims about the effects of climate change to date, most of which bore very little resemblance to reality.
The whole programme is clearly designed as an exercise in propaganda rather than establishing the facts. This is evident from the choice of “experts” wheeled on to provide the science.
Michael Mann, for instance, offered his views on hurricanes, flooding, heatwaves, droughts and wildfires, none of which is he especially qualified to talk about. Indeed, he probably knows no more than me about them.
The BBC could easily have invited a forestry expert, a meteorologist or hurricane expert, but it probably would not have got the answers it wanted.
Another “expert” is James Hansen, so you get my drift.
As a propaganda exercise, it is already working. Yesterday in the Express, the TV correspondent, in his preview, warbled on about how…
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