New Report: Man-Made Global Warming Is a Farce
by Rebecca Terrell
of the "new normal" of extreme weather is a farce, according to
a recent report by the environmental group Committee for a Constructive
Tomorrow (CFACT). Extreme
Weather Report 2012 was presented at the latest UN
Climate Conference in Doha, Qatar, but the only press this landmark
study received was when British politician and author Lord Christopher
Monckton was kicked
out of the conference for presenting it.
is actually a massive compilation of scientific studies and news
articles from both public and private sources, including the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Together they indicate
claims of "global warming," "climate change" and "climate disruption"
are nothing but a ruse to usher in massive carbon taxes and crippling
regulations. Like Pavlov's
dog, politicians are conditioned to react to any harsh weather
event by drooling for higher taxes, notes the study. Naturally,
delegates at the UN conference were not
interested in the conclusions of the CFACT study.
analogy is appropriate, nevertheless, as this small sampling of
items from the report illustrates:
Weather Events are Killing Fewer People Than Ever Before
Foundation, September 22, 2011.
- Recent historically
low global tropical cyclone activity: In the past 5-years, global
tropical cyclone activity has decreased markedly Geophysical
Research Letters, 2011.
trend in strong (F3) to violent (F5) tornadoes in U.S. since 1950's
former NASA scientist Dr.
Roy Spencer, May 24, 2011.
Trends, Estimates Possibly Overstated Due to Inaccurate Science:
Study suggests that there has been little change in drought over
the past 60 years CBS
reporting on findings published in the journal Nature,
November 19, 2012.
- Are US Floods
Increasing? The Answer is Still No: A new paper out today shows
flooding has not increased in U.S. over records of 85 to 127 years
University of Colorado environmental studies professor
Pielke, Jr., October 24, 2011.
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