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Debates
Monday, 21 October 2013 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Climate change conference (debate)
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  John Stuart Agnew (EFD), blue-card question. – Sir, you say that the British think that shale gas will help them. Well, I can tell you that it will.

But why should we trust the computer models that say the weather is going to get hotter and hotter years into the future, when those same computer models let us down so badly with local weather forecasts? Three years ago we were told it was going to be a warm, mild, wet winter, and it was one of the coldest we have ever experienced. If those computer models cannot get it right six or eight weeks ahead, how are they going to get it right hundreds of years ahead?

 
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