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The ice is not melting, yet still the scaremongers blunder on

Christopher Booker — The Telegraph — September 22, 2013

The real global warming disaster: green taxes, a suicidal energy policy and wasting billions on useless windmills

The news that hundreds of scientists and officials from all over the world are this weekend converging on Stockholm to discuss the next 2,000-page report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) again highlights what is the most terrifying political conundrum facing our country today. Emerging in instalments over the next seven months, this report will try to convince the world, without a shred of hard evidence, that the prospect of catastrophic man-made global warming is “extremely likely”.

The air is already thick with familiar claims and counterclaims, President Obama quotes yet another laughably silly paper trying to make out that “97 per cent of scientists” support the IPCC “consensus”. Sceptics point out yet again that the lack of global warming over the past 17 years makes a nonsense of all those computer-model projections on which the IPCC has been basing its case for 23 years. And we can only look on this endlessly sterile non-debate with a suffocating sense of déjà vu.

In essence, the argument has not moved on an iota since 2009, when I published what is still the fullest historical account of this greatest scare story the world has known, in a book called The Real Global Warming Disaster. Even then, it was abundantly clear that the IPCC’s computer-model projections were being disproved by what was actually happening to world temperatures. It was already clear that not one of those predictions being made by Al Gore and others in the days when the warming hysteria was at its height was coming true.  Read full article, here…..

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2 Comments on “The ice is not melting, yet still the scaremongers blunder on”

  1. 1957chev September 22, 2013 at 6:59 pm #

    Good reason why a Global government is a very bad idea. If they get a ridiculous and destructive agenda into their heads, it can screw up all of us, instead of just a few dumb countries.

  2. 1957chev September 22, 2013 at 7:01 pm #

    Reblogged this on Mothers Against Wind Turbines and commented:
    A Global government would mean that if they got their minds set on a destructive agenda, it would ruin life for all of us, instead of just a few unfortunate countries

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