Oxford Prof. Myles Allen On BBC Says Man Made Climate Change Causes Hurricanes

Utter Bollocks…
An Oxford scientist is calling for companies whose products cause greenhouse gas emissions to be held liable for environmental consequences such as the current hurricane in the Caribbean. Myles Allen is professor of Geosystem Science at the University of Oxford and Tom Burke is chairman of think tank E3G, Third Generation Environmentalism.
Try this you bimbos:
Geoengineering, Weather Modification, and Weaponizing Nature

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2 Responses to “Oxford Prof. Myles Allen On BBC Says Man Made Climate Change Causes Hurricanes”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Oxford is of course a nest of sedition and treason so one may well expect the turncoat prof to perpetuate and embellish the globalist lies re fictional rising sea levels etc.

    Oxford even gave a senior post to this SCUM ( Scottish Cover Up Merchant ) .

    Dame Elish Angiolini
    Member of Congregation elected by the Conference of Colleges until MT 2018
    Principal of St Hugh’s College

    ….
    Dame Elish Angiolini
    Member of Congregation elected by the Conference of Colleges until MT 2018
    Principal of St Hugh’s College
    ………
    Of course the luminaries at Oxford care greatly about British children and their future. Oddly this manifests by way of lying about the weather, harbouring and rewarding those who have used their positions to protect establishment child rapists.

  2. Tapestry says:

    I’m proud to say I dropped out of Oxford! I wanted to know more about what I was studying, and was told I was not allowed to go deeper than the level offered in the course. At the time, this puzzled me. All these years later, I can see exactly why I was not allowed to know.

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