Monday, November 12, 2007

Climate Hysteria in Overdrive

What better way to tug on your heartstrings and get you to go along with the global warming hysteria that to show a panda stuck in a tree, subliminally pleading for you to do something!

This way, all over the world at the public indoctrination centers (formerly known as schools), teachers can whip the kids into a frenzy and have them demand we take action now before it's too late.

This report is so far over the top.
Almost a third of the world's species will face extinction if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, a United Nations report will say this week.

A draft copy of the report by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) also warns that if temperatures rise by more than 2C now expected before 2050 20 per cent of the world's population will face a great risk of drought.

With that level of temperature rise, other parts of the world will face increased flood risk from rainfall and there will be a decrease in cereal harvest in some regions.

There will also be a rise of flooding, particularly around deltas in China and Bangladesh and low Pacific islands.

The report is compiled by a UN panel of 2,500 climate change scientists which won the Nobel peace prize this year with the former US vice-president Al Gore. It says that most of the increase in global average temperatures since the mid-20th century is "very likely" to be the result of greenhouse gas emissions.
They can never say any of this nonsense is a certainty. It's always very likely, or it could happen unless we take immediate action, which of course means submitting to UN doctrine and wrecking our economy because an insane blowhard like the discreited Al Gore says so.

It's a moral crisis!

Naturally, such breathless reports ignore the fact global warming is the greatest scam ever.
The study will warn that if emissions continue to rise without action being taken until 2050 then global average temperatures would rise by up to 5C.

Such an average rise would cause "significant extinctions" around the world, a decrease in cereal harvests everywhere and the flooding of about 30 per cent of coastal wetlands.

As scientists gather in Spain to agree to the summary of the report, environmentalists say they fear that it plays down the need for deep cuts in emissions.
I notice a recent rend where they keep putting off this devastation until 2050, or well enough into the future, probably figuring by then everyone will have forgotten this nonsense while in the meantime kooks like Gore and his ilk come up with another risky scheme with which to empty our wallets.

Now in 43 years when there will likely be mroe species than ever and the absurd claim that a third of the world's species will be extinct will be completely debunked, what will the hysterics have to say?

Or will they MoveOn to another scam by them?

H/T: RadicalRon.

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