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‘UN IPCC recycles global doom and wants a small part of everything you own’ – ‘Gullible journalists are swooning’

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IPCC recycles global doom and wants a small part of everything you own

http://joannenova.com.au/2014/11/ipcc-recycles-global-doom-and-wants-a-small-part-of-everything-you-own/

Gullible journalists are swooning today with more and glorious prophesies of disaster. This from the team that relies on simulations that not only fail on global scales1, but they can’t predict regional2, local3, short term, continental, or polar effects4 either. They are also wrong about humidity5, rainfall6a,6b,6c, drought7 and clouds8, as well as the all-important upper tropospheric patterns too.9, 10 Speaking to the BBC earlier, Dr Pachaudri said today’s announcement was, categorically, the “strongest, most robust and most comprehensive” document that the IPCC has produced. — BBC They are robustly, comprehensively, and consistently wrong. But it’s OK, they only want 0.06% of GDP (for now). The IPCC says that the cost of taking action to keep the rise in temperature under 2 degrees C over the next 76 years will cost about 0.06% of GDP every year. Over the same period, world GDP is expected to grow at least 300%. – BBC The religious leader has returned from the mount, for he hath heard the word of the God: “BAN KI-MOON: Science has spoken.” – ABC Who knew the name of God was “science”? What do we call the people who get nearly every prediction wrong? What else – “the […]Rating: 9.5/10 (52 votes cast)

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