It can hardly be denied that industrial pollution has severely impacted the environment. It can also not be denied that it’s curious that the owners of the western media have overlooked GMO’s, heavy metals, radioactive isotopes and pesticides and concentrated on CO2, a non-toxic gas needed by plants whose effects are subtle enough to be demonstrable only by high powered computer simulations (which have proven to be wrong) and just happen to require a centralized taxing and administrative authority in order to be “corrected.” Carbon taxes are a scam. They don’t work except for the moneyed elites, such as Al Gore, who have invested in the market and helped to orchestrate the movement. Is the agenda really about saving the earth, or rationalizing the eugenicist impulse to shut down our life support system and prepare the groundwork for a global government administered by the masters of money, who have done more to destroy the environment than mere mortals ought to be capable of? I’m an environmentalist from way back. And I smell a rat.
Scientists working on the most authoritative study on climate change were urged to cover up the fact that the world’s temperature hasn’t risen for the last 15 years, it is claimed.
A leaked copy of a United Nations report, compiled by hundreds of scientists, shows politicians in Belgium, Germany, Hungary and the United States raised concerns about the final draft.
Published next week, it is expected to address the fact that 1998 was the hottest year on record and world temperatures have not yet exceeded it, which scientists have so far struggled to explain.
The report is the result of six years’ work by UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which is seen as the world authority on the extent of climate change and what is causing it – on which governments including Britain’s base their green policies.
But leaked documents seen by the Associated Press, yesterday revealed deep concerns among politicians about a lack of global warming over the past few years.
Germany called for the references to the slowdown in warming to be deleted, saying looking at a time span of just 10 or 15 years was ‘misleading’ and they should focus on decades or centuries.
Hungary worried the report would provide ammunition for deniers of man-made climate change.
Belgium objected to using 1998 as a starting year for statistics, as it was exceptionally warm and makes the graph look flat – and suggested using 1999 or 2000 instead to give a more upward-pointing curve.
The United States delegation even weighed in, urging the authors of the report to explain away the lack of warming using the ‘leading hypothesis’ among scientists that the lower warming is down to more heat being absorbed by the ocean – which has got hotter….