'One apparently crazed professor now calling for the death penalty for people who disagree with the IPCC dogma. Call it an interesting case of budding fanaticism. University of Graz professor calls for the death penalty for people who question the IPCC'
'Christopher Monckton and many other skeptics have been writing to Prof Richard Parncutt who had posted a dissertation telling us “logically” influential climate skeptics should be executed. Below, Monckton points out it is a hate-crime, and he will begin he will be notifying Austrian prosecutors, Interpol, the International Criminal Court, and possibly Australian authorities too. In response, Parncutt unconditionally apologizes and withdraws the suggestion'
Prof. Richard Parncutt of U. of Graz on climate skeptics: 'They are already causing the deaths of hundreds of millions of future people. We could be speaking of billions, but I am making a conservative estimate...some GW deniers would never admit their mistake and as a result they would be executed. Perhaps that would be the only way to stop the rest of them'
Bjorn Lomborg: "Hurricanes in 2021 were unprecedented — as in unprecedentedly few. Globally, 2021 had the fewest hurricanes ever in the satellite era (1980-2021). Globally, 2021 had some of the fewest strong hurricanes in the satellite era (1980-2021). With 16 strong (Cat 3+) hurricanes, 2021 was the second-lowest strong hurricane year since 1980. Globally, 2021 was a weak hurricane year. When measured by total energy (Accumulated Cyclone Energy), 2021 was the 9th weakest year. Did you see that reported anywhere?
Hurricanes in 2021 were weak and exceptionally few. But we heard lots about North Atlantic hurricanes. Conveniently, North Atlantic is the only basin where hurricanes are stronger. Does this leave us well-informed?. But we hear lots about names storms (hurricanes + weaker storms). Ever-easier to detect, so numbers keep climbing (4 of 2020s 30 named storms wouldn't have been named in 2000!). Not as relevant, but hey, scary numbers."