Tuesday, February 09, 2010

More Rain... More Snow... Less Global Warming

With more rain, snow and wintry weather in the forecast, I thought it appropriate to post a few follow-up post on ...well, our changing climate

The Great IPCC Meltdown Continues
It’s not just the threat of Himalayan glaciers disappearing by 2035.
Now another headline grabbing IPCC scare story is melting away
. A report in Sunday’s London Times highlights new humiliations for the IPCC.

“The most important is a claim that global warming could cut rain-fed north African crop production by up to 50% by 2020, a remarkably short time for such a dramatic change. The claim has been quoted in speeches by Rajendra Pachauri, the IPCC chairman, and by Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general.”

There is however one teensy-weensy little problem. As Professor Chris Field, the lead author of the IPCC’s climate impact team has now told reporters that he can find “no evidence” to support the claim in the IPCC’s 2007 report.

There’s more.

The great global warming collapse
As the science scandals keep coming, the air has gone out of the climate-change movement...

In 2007, the most comprehensive report to date on global warming, issued by the respected United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, made a shocking claim: The Himalayan glaciers could melt away as soon as 2035.

I thought of killing myself, says climate scandal professor Phil Jones
THE scientist at the centre of the “climategate” email scandal has revealed that he was so traumatised by the global backlash against him that he contemplated suicide.
MORE (Phil, buddy it was a mistake, life is precious, move on...)

For the record.
I do believe in global warming. The worlds weather is in constant change. I just don't follow those that believe 'man-made CO2' is the main cause.

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