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WHAT NAVIGATOR CAPTAIN JAMES COOK MIGHT HAVE SAID 240 YEARS AGO

Posted 12 February 2017

What famed Pacific navigator, Captain James Cook, might have said after comparing the readings of his scientists in 1977, with what New Zealand Government scientists are saying about "global warming" in 2016: "It's not thirty years, lads; your temperature recordings match mine from nearly two-n-'alf centuries back; the temperature of the Tasman Sea was 15.5C in 1777, right same as now. I don't know what thee are panickin' and scare-mongering for, clearly ye's don't 'ave enough to do. Come with me, I'll send thee to a hill for climbing, maybe that will ease ye's silly panic over the non-existent."

 

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