The news Al Gore should read.
Consensus? What Consensus?
Chill out. Get Informed.
By Philip V. Brennan
The con game is about over. The attempt to portray a life-giving natural gas as a dire threat to this planet is failing rapidly, as well it should.
It is becoming more and more obvious to the American people that carbon dioxide, the very substance that gives life to the world's plant life, is not a pollutant, as the global-warming hoaxers would have us believe, but a vital element that keeps the earth green and healthy.
This is bad news for the would-be masters of the universe at the United Nations who have been using the supposed threat of global warming to advance their desire to turn the United States of America into a vassal state and its citizenry into its subdued subjects.
If increased atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide are not causing the global climate to undergo a dangerous rise in temperatures, the United Nations has lost its strongest weapon in its attempt to assume world hegemony.
Those of us who have been warning about the U.N.’s covert ambition have found an ally in Mother Nature, who has managed to cool things down despite the rapidly increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide levels during the past decade. The climate stopped warming around 1998. During the past 10 years, she's lowered the thermostat to the extent this year is moving rapidly toward the distinction as one of the coldest on record.
In my 1997 series, Behold, The Iceman Cometh, I warned about the U.N.'S attempt to use global warming to achieve its dream of putting the United States in its hip pocket, writing that the U.N.'S Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was setting the stage for the international body's attempt at world domination.
I wrote that the document, allegedly the result of many years of careful study by some of the world's top experts on global climate, was a corruption of the original that distorted its meaning and that key parts were omitted deliberately.
I quoted Frederick Seitz, chairman of the George C. Marshall Institute, as saying that the report was "not the version that was approved by the contributing scientists listed on the title page."
"In my more than 60 years as a member of the American scientific community, including service as president of both the National Academy of Sciences and the American Physical Society, I have never witnessed a more disturbing corruption of the peer-review process," he said.
The pet theory of the global warming adherents — that evil mankind is guilty of overheating the climate — was anything but universal among scientists, a fact that was edited out of the report as it was issued, Seitz said.
"No study to date has positively attributed all or part [of climate change] to anthropogenic [human] causes," he said, adding that this vitally important clarification was removed from the report.
"Nearly all of [the changes] worked to remove hints of the skepticism with which many scientists regard claims that human activities are having a major impact on climate . . . Nothing in the IPCC Rules permits anyone to change a scientific report after it has been accepted by the panel of scientific contributors and the full IPCC...."