Additionally adding to the evidence against global warming as a prediction made for an uncertainty Bellamy quotes Dr Jim Renwick belonging to the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in his article. This provides evidence that climate and weather cannot be predicted as it is very uncertain and complex factors contribute to the changes being made in the climate patterns for the future.
This is further strengthened by Renwick’s remarks on weather prediction where he mentions that weather prediction is not possibly accurate as it cannot be made more than 2 weeks in advance. Similarly the last hear the world has seen its capital and financial markets fall along with the imposing crash of the mortgage and housing market earlier in the Western economies. This presents how much restructuring and reform is needed in the economic and politic environment in the developed countries, but despite this over $50 billion dollars worth of media hype has been created which could have been very efficiently utilized elsewhere to better serve the people and enable them to be able to survive through the recessionary pressures being felt for the last couple of years. This has been one of the weakness for the argument for global warming. The implication on society and humans in lieu of the global warming scare the likes of Armageddon according to Bellamy, have made them jobless, with little avenues to support themselves and their families, therefore increasing poverty and homelessness when plants have been shut down to curtail emissions of gases like carbon dioxide.