One way of avoiding the reality of global warming is to read sentimental rhymes instead of climate science.
Climate science (a)versePete222 on HotCopper gets his 'information' about climate science from 80 year old rhymes when he's not gazing out his window. Here on the Science and Medicine forum, Pete quotes a young homesick Dorothea Mackellar to 'prove' all the physics, chemistry, biology, meteorology, climatology and related science of the past couple of centuries is fundamentally wrong.
A window on climateAnd to support his contention, Pete222 offers irrefutable proof of windows:
Best Science Post - Gold Star AwardCanberra is so cool...
(So what's a bit of exaggeration between friends?)
Despite the fact that this December hasn't been the hottest December on record in Canberra, so far it's 1.4 degrees Celsius above the long term average maximum. (If you doubt that HotCopperites think the world revolves around Canberra - just visit the HotCopper politics forum :D)
HotCopper's message to climate scientistsThe message is that climate scientists should quit their field measurements, mathematics, physics, laboratories, computers, satellites, sensors and all the scientific knowledge accumulated over the centuries to date.
All they need to do is look out Pete's window or sit in the shade in Birdman's backyard and read sentimental rhymes from long ago.