Sunday, November 22, 2009

Exposure of Global Warming Hoax Not Slowing Down the AP

You have to wonder if these people are even aware of that this fraud was exposed for the world to see the other day. Maybe they should slow down on the extremist rhetoric and dire predictions until they can get their story straight.

But no, can't have any of that. In fact, let's ratchet it up and start claiming things are even worse now than all the previous gloom and doom scenarios!

Since the 1997 international accord to fight global warming, climate change has worsened and accelerated — beyond some of the grimmest of warnings made back then.

As the world has talked for a dozen years about what to do next, new ship passages opened through the once frozen summer sea ice of the Arctic. In Greenland and Antarctica, ice sheets have lost trillions of tons of ice. Mountain glaciers in Europe, South America, Asia and Africa are shrinking faster than before.
The proceed to repeat the canard that polar bears are disappearing, even though their population has nearly doubled.
Even the gloomiest climate models back in the 1990s didn't forecast results quite this bad so fast.

"The latest science is telling us we are in more trouble than we thought," said Janos Pasztor, climate adviser to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
Of course now we know "the latest science" is likely -- how shall we put this delicately? -- bullshit! Seems the anvil that dropped on their heads Friday failed to make the slightest dent.

Naturally they cite the simpleton former vice president who's managed to make a fortune promulgating this scam.
"Back in 1997, the impacts (of climate change) were underestimated; the rate of change has been faster," said Virginia Burkett, chief scientist for global change research at the U.S. Geological Survey.

That last part alarms former Vice President Al Gore, who helped broker a last-minute deal in Kyoto.

"By far the most serious differences that we've had is an acceleration of the crisis itself," Gore said in an interview this month with The Associated Press.
Read the rest of the rehashed hysteria if you really need to.

Considering this is the AP, they should consider fact-checking themselves.

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