First he brings up what seems to be the latest Republican talking point, that the Antarctic ice is growing (he says it's getting colder, but he screwed up his talking point). Well, I already addressed that bit of parroting here.
It not a coincidence that this same talking point has just arisen at this point in time...it's a managed anti-science campaign or what they would call a "strategy".
Then there's the..."let's say the science is right".
The science is right as far as the evidence shows....if Burkman has the evidence to disprove it, he should bring it on. But he doesn't, of course.
Next he's into, "no one knows what the effects will be". Well, no one can accurately predict the future regarding such a complex situation. So, we can either put our heads in the sand:
Jack wants to do nothing in the hope that technology will magically solve our problems at some understated time in the future. Consequences be damned.
You're a clown, Jack, get back in your box.