Notice to David Suzuki, Rick Smith, Elizabeth May and every other Global Warmer in the world who have had their day in the sun with their unscientific, pontificating nonsense about how the world is going to burst into flames if we keep exhaling all that nasty CO2 our plants thrive on; ……………….get outta town!!!
These people thrive on scare tactics, fund raising in the name of absurdity and trying to dictate how people, lesser than them in their own minds, should live their lives!
The amount of harm that has been done to this planet in the name of Global Warming is absolutely CRIMINAL! Financially, whole countries have been bankrupted due to their adaptation of Green follies and like Ontario, will be broke for decades to come. Political leaders have made billions of $$$ from their lying and cheating Green tactics for their back room buddies and ENGO’s have scored an almost nauseating amount of public and private $$$ with their out and lies and propaganda.
One would be remiss in also condemning the mainstream media for being party to this Green Fraud!
On the whole it will be a good day when none of the above will ever haunt the pages of any publication any more!
Climate change scientists acknowledge that the decline in rapid temperature increases is a positive sign
By Geoffrey Lean 05 Apr 2013 The Telegraph
All right, I accept that this Arctic April may seem an incongruous time to address global warming. But there are important, and possibly hopeful, developments in the complex, contentious world of climate science that might finally give us all a sense of spring. For some recent research suggests that climate change might not be as catastrophic as the gloomiest predictions suggest.
The research, moreover, comes at a time when many experts are beginning to despair that warming can be prevented from running out of control. Six weeks ago, for example, Prof Sir Robert Watson – the deeply respected former chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – said he believed the world had now missed its chance to keep the average rise in global temperature to less than 2C – the level at which dangerous effects are thought inevitable. But if the new research is right, it might be held below this ominous threshold after all, if determined worldwide action is taken.
Prediction, as they say, is tough, especially when it’s about the future – and that’s especially true when it comes to the climate, whose complexity we only partially understand. It is, as we all know, naturally immensely variable. And the effect of human intervention is subject to long timelags: it will be decades, even centuries, before the full consequences of today’s emissions of carbon dioxide become clear.