Outgoing United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon says the Paris climate deal is unstoppable. That’s nothing more than what he wants the world to think. It can be stopped in the U.S., and if that happens, it will be shut down.
And who needs it anyway? The Earth is cooling.
Moon and French President Francois Hollande, both horrified that American voters would choose a candidate who isn’t squeezing political mileage out of the man-made global warming hysteria, announced a week after Donald Trump was elected that the 2015 Paris Agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions will not be rescinded.
Moon said “what was once unthinkable has become unstoppable.” Hollande called the deal “irreversible.”
Certainly the elitists who want to run the world through the government policies and international agreements they enact after they’ve frightened the public about some phantom menace or other tried their best to make sure that’s the case. The Paris deal was ratified just before Trump won the election, most likely in a hasty effort to put it in place in the event that Trump was elected. Now they can sit back and say it’s a done deal.
But it’s not.
The ratification is as about as meaningful as the votes of school boys who meet in a basement and vote for the president of their no-girls-allowed club. In this country, a treaty has to be confirmed by the Senate, and though President Obama has formally accepted the agreement, he never took it to the Senate for approval, because he knew it would be rejected.
Obama’s signed acceptance is a scrap of paper with little authority, just the selfish, unilateral, pen-and-phone act of one person among 325 million. Without the U.S. as a fully bound party to an authentic treaty, the deal might as well have never been written.
Watch & Read: 7th anniversary of Climategate – The UN Top Scientists Exposed – See Morano debating in 2009 & 2010 –
Flashback summary of Climategate from 2010 SPECIAL REPORT: More Than 1000 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims – Challenge UN IPCC & Gore
The chorus of skeptical scientific voices grew louder in 2010 as the Climategate scandal — which involved the upper echelon of UN IPCC scientists — detonated upon on the international climate movement. “I view Climategate as science fraud, pure and simple,” said noted Princeton Physicist Dr. Robert Austin shortly after the scandal broke. Climategate prompted UN IPCC scientists to turn on each other. UN IPCC scientist Eduardo Zorita publicly declared that his Climategate colleagues Michael Mann and Phil Jones “should be barred from the IPCC process…They are not credible anymore.” Zorita also noted how insular the IPCC science had become. “By writing these lines I will just probably achieve that a few of my future studies will, again, not see the light of publication,” Zorita wrote. A UN lead author Richard Tol grew disillusioned with the IPCC and lamented that it had been “captured” and demanded that “the Chair of IPCC and the Chairs of the IPCC Working Groups should be removed.” Tol also publicly called for the “suspension” of IPCC Process in 2010 after being invited by the UN to participate as lead author again in the next IPCC Report. [Note: Zorita and Tol are not included in the count of dissenting scientists in this report.]
Other UN scientists were more blunt. A South African UN scientist declared the UN IPCC a “worthless carcass” and noted IPCC chair Pachauri is in “disgrace”. He also explained that the “fraudulent science continues to be exposed.” Alexander, a former member of the UN Scientific and Technical Committee on Natural Disasters harshly critiqued the UN. “‘I was subjected to vilification tactics at the time. I persisted. Now, at long last, my persistence has been rewarded…There is no believable evidence to support [the IPCC] claims. I rest my case!” See: S. African UN Scientist Calls it! ‘Climate change – RIP: Cause of Death: No scientifically believable evidence…Deliberate manipulation to suit political objectives’ [Also see: New Report: UN Scientists Speak Out On Global Warming — As Skeptics!] Geologist Dr. Don Easterbrook, a professor of geology at Western Washington University, summed up the scandal on December 3, 2010: “The corruption within the IPCC revealed by the Climategate scandal, the doctoring of data and the refusal to admit …
President-elect Donald Trump has pledged to include rolling back “job-killing restrictions” on U.S. energy production in a list of sweeping executive orders he plans to issue his first day in the White House.
“On energy, I will cancel job-killing restrictions on the production of American energy – including shale energy and clean coal – creating many millions of high-paying jobs,” Trump said in a video released by his transition team detailing executive actions the incoming president can issue the first day of his presidency.
Trump will likely repeal a slew of Environmental Protection Agency and Interior Department regulations curbing coal production and limiting oil and natural gas drilling on federal lands and offshore areas.
Trump’s biggest target is the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) regulation that limits carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. It’s the Obama administration’s signature global warming rule, and one that’s expected to further hamper the coal industry.
The CPP is currently being fought out in the courts, but a Trump victory may make any legal challenges against the rule moot. Trump said: “That’s what we want, that’s what we’ve been waiting for.”
Trump also pledged to cut two regulations for every new rule imposed by federal agencies.
“On regulation, I will formulate a rule which says that for every one new regulation, two old regulations must be eliminated, it’s so important,” he said.
Regulatory reform is a gargantuan task. The Federal Register has already topped 81,640 pages for 2016 — an all-time record.
New satellite data shows temperaturesare plunging downwards, despite NOAA and NASA using heavily jiggered data to show a global warming trend this century. Maintained by the RSS group from the University of Alabama/Huntsville and partially funded by NASA, it shows temperatures are heading toward pre-El Nino temperatures.
The previous El Nino began in 2015 and ended in 2016 and elevated worldwide temperatures for about 15 months. The satellite temperature record is important because it’s not affected by land and sea biases, such as concrete, the Urban Heat Island effect, missing data stations, and hotter cityscapes.
NOAA, however, uses land- and sea-based temperature stations that are prone to ‘overheating,’ have fewer rural temperature stations, and in many countries, have no data recording locations. NOAA’s dataset has been subjected to adjustments that have permeated other datasets across the world adopting the new data, with many unaware they tampered with the data. NASA called the satellite temperature record the “gold standard” until it started showing a global warming pause that began in 1998, after another strong El Nino.
‘LARGE FALL’ IN TEMPS: SATELLITE DATA REINSTATES GLOBAL TEMPERATURE ‘PAUSE’ http://www.climatedepot.com/2016/11/21/satellite-data-reinstates-global-temperature-pause/ … via @ClimateDepot
‘LARGE FALL’ IN TEMPS: SATELLITE DATA REINSTATES GLOBAL TEMPERATURE ‘PAUSE’
The decrease is seen in the land only data. Data from the sea shows a decline but not as much. This is expected given the ocean’s thermal lag. Data from the RSS group that provides satellite temper…
More data tampering exposed
Based on analysis done by Tony Heller at “Real Climate #Science,” the data that NOAA uses (and shares with NASA) is deviating from satellite temperatures at about 1.3 degrees per century. And further analysis done by Paul Homewood at “Not A Lot Of People Know That” shows how NASA has adjusted every temperature record in their database to show a false warming trend in Iceland and Greenland. That’s contrary to observed record ice growth in Greenland.
Icelandic Met Office Sells Out to NASA’s Gavin Schmidt https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2016/11/21/icelandic-met-office-sells-out-to-gavin/ … via @wordpressdotcom