A View of Global Warming

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    Nothing a good hefty carbon tax wouldn't cure
     
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    https://metrovoicenews.com/university-of-alabama-finds-global-warming-temperatures-manipulated/

    No, the planet isn’t warming. That’s the assessment of some brave scientists who have looked at actual temperature recordings verses data found to have been manipulated.

    As exposed by the Australian press, climate change proponents working in that field have been altering global temperature data in contrast to actual data which shows the otherwise.

    As part of what some are describing as “The Greatest Scientific Fraud Of All Time,” the climate lobby, which includes government employees both in the United States and the United Kingdom, has been making slight alterations to climate datasets to lower temperatures early in the record, and raise them later on, making it appear as though the planet has been progressively warming.

    The truth is that global temperatures have actually been going down, but the climate change proponents continue to promote “global warming” as real. To stop it, they say, the west (and American taxpayers in general) must pay carbon credits and participate in the Paris Climate Accord.
     
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    Thanks Al. Iconcheers.gif
     
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    We Don’t Have 12 Years to Save the Climate. We Have Just 14 Months.
    Joe Romm
    Climate,
    • The deadline for protecting our children from a ruined climate is close at hand.
      Scientific reality makes clear that the only plausible way to preserve a livable climate — and hence modern civilization — starts with aggressive national and global cuts in carbon pollution by 2030.

      But political reality makes clear that such cuts can’t happen instantly — and that global action requires leadership from the United States. After all, the U.S. is the richest country in the world and the biggest cumulative source of heat-trapping emissions over the past century.

      With eight years of a pro-science president, Barack Obama, the nation made steady progress on reducing emissions and committing to future reductions, enabling a global climate deal in Paris in 2015. But with just two and a half years of an anti-science administration, national and global progress have both stalled under President Donald Trump, who has begun to abandon the Paris Accord and undermine action here and abroad.

      That means November 3, 2020 — the U.S. presidential election — is the deadline for Americans who do not want to destroy the health and well-being of current generations, their children, and future generations. If Trump is reelected, the prospects for the necessary national and global cuts in carbon pollution by 2030 will be gone.
     

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