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Are humans responsible for GLOBAL CLIMATE WARMING CHANGES!

I've read a half dozen of the news articles about the IPCC data summary, and the media spin makes me sick. The fact that is that this has been the coldest summer in the northern hemisphere in decades, and the fact that 1998 was the warmest recorded year in their survey is buried deep in the analysis...well, it exposes how bankrupt the entire "global warming" bullshit really is. The REAL problem would be a new ice age- we are in an interglacial period, and temps are still lower than the last IP, but the trends show a drop that would cripple us- if the temps dropped 5C the world would starve. At least a warmer planet would give us enough food to live- a Hoth-like planet would kill billions! ------- On Friday the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change delivers its latest verdict on the state of man-made global warming. Though the details are a secret, one thing is clear: the version of events you will see and hear in much of the media, especially from partis pris organisations like the BBC, will be the opposite of what the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report actually says. Already we have had a taste of the nonsense to come: a pre-announcement to the effect that “climate scientists” are now “95 per cent certain” that humans are to blame for climate change; an evidence-free declaration by the economist who wrote the discredited Stern Report that the computer models cited by the IPCC “substantially underestimate” the scale of the problem; a statement by the panel’s chairman, Dr Rajendra Pachauri, that “the scientific evidence of… climate change has strengthened year after year”.

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