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Twelve Cherry-Picked Climate Change Denial Myths

The only way to get our society to truly change is to
frighten people with the possibility of a catastrophe
.”
– emeritus professor Daniel Botkin

Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the
industrialized civilizations collapse?
Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about
?”
– Maurice Strong,
founder of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP)

We’ve got to ride this global warming issue.
Even if the theory of global warming is wrong,
we will be doing the right thing in terms of
economic and environmental policy.

– Timothy Wirth,
President of the UN Foundation

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‘Climate denier’ Lord Monckton surely couldn’t be citing ‘peer-reviewed’, ‘scientific’ or ’empirical government data’ in answer to these ‘cherry picked’ climate change myths ?!

Even so, he is ‘not a scientist’ and he is obviously being ‘paid-off by the fossil fuel industry’ so it doesn’t count.


From Lord Monckton :

Twelve Urban Myths of Climate Change

 

1. “Global warming is happening.”

No: According to the RSS satellite record, there has been none for 17 years 10 months.

 

2. “Warming is faster than we thought.”

No: In 1990 the climate models predicted that global warming would happen twice as fast as it has.

 

3. “There’s a 97 percent consensus.”

No: Only 0.5 percent of the authors of 11,944 scientific papers on climate and related topics over the past 21 years said they agreed that most of the warming since 1950 was man-made.

 

4. “Droughts are getting worse.”

No: A recent paper in the learned journals shows the fraction of the world’s land under drought has fallen for 30 years.

 

5. “Floods are getting worse.”

No: The U.N.’s panel has said in two recent reports that there has been no particular change in the frequency or severity of floods worldwide.

 

6. “Sea ice is melting.”

No: It has grown to a new record high in the Antarctic, though the Arctic icecap has been shrinking a little in summer.

 

7. “Sea level is rising dangerously.”

No: Some satellites show it as rising a little, while others show it as falling.

 

8. “Hurricanes are getting worse.”

No: Their combined frequency, severity and duration has been at or near the lowest in the 35-year satellite record.

 

9. “Global warming caused recent extreme weather.”

No: There has been no warming recently, so it cannot have caused any extreme weather in recent years.

 

10. “Global warming will reduce the number of redheads.”

No: This is one of many scare stories about imaginary effects of warmer weather.

 

11. “The ocean is acidifying.”

No: The ocean remains decidedly alkaline, and there cannot be much change in its acid-base balance because it is buffered by the basalt rocks in which it lies.

 

12. “It’s cheaper to act now, just in case.”

No: It is 10-100 times costlier to try to prevent global warming today than to let it happen and pay the cost of adapting to it the day after tomorrow.

(Climatism links added)

H/t to The Galileo Movement


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Climate Change Hysteria and the Madness of Crowds

Great essay. Stand-out points:
• the U.N. global bureaucrats crafted the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change as the instrument by which life-sustaining carbon dioxide would be reinvented as the most dangerous threat to the world.”

• According to the Club of Rome: “The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself.” Population control is the implied remedy.

• Businesses profit from proclaiming that they are “green.” Renewable is the key word for obtaining government largesse.

 

More on “Global Warming” ideology and its intrinsic link to population control :

“In Searching For A New Enemy To Unite Us, We Came Up With The Threat Of Global Warming”

 

Watts Up With That?

lemmings[1]Guest essay by Charles Battig

Shakespeare’s Hamlet pondered the eternal conundrum of competing choices. His “Aye, there’s the rub” nicely summarizes the conflicts inherent in the present socio/political/scientific arena of climate discussions.

Years of relentless doomsday prognostications by a variety of public voices spanning the political-scientific spectrum have found their mark in a gullible and guilt-prone public. There is a Medusa-like quality in the serpentine web of doomsday prophets, including members of the Club of Rome, Paul Ehrlich’s “Population Bomb,” and the current White House science advisor, John Holdren. Al Gore came to discover “Inconvenient Truths,” later found to be not so truthful.

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The Guardian: World Bank and UN carbon offset scheme complicit in genocidal land grabs

“the ugly side of the global warming scam that doesnt get talked about…”

Follow The Money

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http://www.theguardian.com/environment/earth-insight/2014/jul/03/world-bank-un-redd-genocide-land-carbon-grab-sengwer-kenya

UN’s REDD scheme promises carbon offsetting will empower local communities in the developing world while conserving forests – but critics say the scheme is fuelling genocidal evictions of indigenous people from their lands.

Between 2000 and 2010, a total of 500 million acres of land in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean was acquired or negotiated under deals brokered on behalf of foreign governments or transnational corporations.

Many such deals are geared toward growing crops or biofuels for export to richer, developed countries – with the consequence that small-holder farmers are displaced from their land and lose their livelihood while local communities go hungry.

The concentration of ownership of the world’s farmland in the hands of powerful investors and corporations is rapidly accelerating, driven by resource scarcity and, thus, rising prices. According to a new report by the US land rights organisation Grain: “The powerful…

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