How is this possible?

The director-general of the BBC has said the science of climate change is “no longer politically controversial” and a pledge to increase coverage of the topic would not affect the broadcaster’s impartiality.

There aren’t enough hours in the day, surely, to increase coverage?

15 thoughts on “How is this possible?”

  1. Long past time the BBC was closed. It wont be though because it spews Johnsons deceitful virus/vax and marxist greenfreak BS 24/7.

  2. a pledge to increase coverage of the topic would not affect the broadcaster’s impartiality.

    This is true. An increase in coverage wouldn’t affect impartiality since they aren’t in the least bit impartial.

  3. This morning we are treated to a BBC piece on “Why are disabled people so affected by climate change?”

    It makes life harder for trannies, too. And that fat bird with blue hair who lives with two blokes with wispy ginger beards.

  4. What Sam says. They’ll just double up on issues: How Climate Change Affects Eunuchs in India, And Why It’s All Your Fault.

  5. @Sam
    This morning we are treated to a BBC piece on “Why are disabled people so affected by climate change?”

    Because people with broken legs cannot ride bicycles?

  6. “the science of climate change is “no longer politically controversial” ”

    And the BBC decided it wasn’t scientifically controversial by consulting a group of 28 orqanisations who believed the story and none who did not.

    (28gate, if you need to google it.)

  7. Basic rule of Politics: If some high-up apparatsjik makes bold statements about anything being “uncontroversial” , you start looking for the smoke. Because you just know (s)he’s talking bollocks.

    It’s just an excuse to turn on the propaganda machine.

  8. Of course it’s possible to increae coverage. Regardless of how much there is currently, it’s possible to add another channel for more. Which obviously would require more funding.

  9. Theophrastus (2066)

    The earth’s climate is luke-warming. No-one knows how much of that luke-warming is anthropogenic and how much natural variation. Repeat, no-one.

    If you take a baseline of 1850, it looks serious. But take a baseline of 1980 or the medieval warming period, and it’s not very serious.

    We might have a climate problem; but there’s no climate crisis.

  10. Interesting chart on the Daily Sceptic site that shows the ‘official’ global average temperature against all the climate models. Immediately apparent they are all consistently over estimating.
    Appears to be the official doctored to fit the narrative global temperature so they can’t complain about the comparison. My guess this will not surface anywhere on social media

  11. Watch out, Theophrastus, you’re in danger of talking sense. Don’t you know that’s verboten nowadays?

  12. Supporter of Greta Thunberg

    I hope the Glasgow COP26 meeting will help reduce climate change.
    Greta Thunberg is a hero for trying to save the planet.
    She is young, but she knows her onions when it comes to climate change.

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