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January 1, 2020

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Dear Editor,

So, bushfires in Australia are earning the ire of Sweden’s 16-year-old MmGW (Man-made Global Warming) guru Greta against Australian politicians’ judgement?

Those having a whack at Australia’s climate change policies appear to be suffering from “MmGW Mania” just as (if not more) severely as the adult-manipulated, unfortunately inflicted/misguided young Swede Greta Thunberg (and so many of her fawning snouts in the public trough followers)!

Greta, there are literally many tens of thousands of scientists worldwide disputing not only the severity (or even, existence) of MmGW, but also all this “end-of-the-world”-type nonsense spouted by you!

Greta, for you, a Nordic-neighbour fact: Danish scientists from Denmark’s National Museum of Copenhagen (as published in ScienceNordic, February 2012) have confirmed that Viking King Erik the Red, some 1,000 years ago, grew barley (of course, to brew beer!) in Greenland, when that part of the world was even warmer with even less ice and snow than in Greenland today. The UN’s IPCC is now telling the world that farming is contributing to modern-day Greenland’s melting ice losses despite ScienceNordic‘s 2012 published evidence that Erik the Red farmed in – then-sunny-enough-to-grow-crops! – Greenland at least 1,000 years ago to grow barley, to brew…beer)!

And Greta, Scandinavian and U.S. university researchers are, independently of each other, reporting (via scientific research) that polar-bear populations have exploded by up to 30% over the past 20 years or so!

Further to that, Greta: Prof. Peter Wadhams, Head of Polar Ocean Physics Group, Cambridge University, has scientifically documented that the Arctic Circle 100,000 years or so ago was ice-free, meaning no (or very few) seals and walrus pups for polar bears to feed on! So, Greta, considering recent scientific studies which prove that the polar bear has been snow-white for at least 500,000 years, just why is the polar bear not now extinct (instead of increasing in population, and not facing a rapid demise as suggested by Extinction Rebellion types)?

Finally, Greta, in the 1970s many scientists worldwide were all gloom-and-doom over an impending new ice age and worldwide shortages of food!

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Greta, it all just was not so! And so, Greta, why not pop up to sunny Greenland to get a suntan like your Viking forebears, and then, just like them, rug up for the next ice age (as predicted by those 1970s scientists)?


Howard Hutchins
Victoria, Australia

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  1. “When you sow the wind, you reap the whirlwind” is proven to be a true saying by the actions of many of the young and old people who will support any cause that they are told to support. We are suffering from allowing communists to indoctrinate our children into becoming good, little comrades who will follow orders like Sheeple or Lemmings. I prophesy that it will only get worse.