When a child is ignored when having a temper tantrum it only escalates and nothing short of removing that child completely and abruptly from the subject of their tantrum will stop it!
Chairman of IPCC R K Pachauri courtesy Bing
It seems the The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has reached that point where they have to publish an extreme and actually quite INSANE report so that they may garner some attention from media outlets that have up to now been virtually shut off by informed people world-wide who don’t believe a bloody thing these fools have published in years!
Unfortunately these perpetrators of lies and untruths have dug into the U.N. so deep that it may take a massive disinfecting of the whole gaggle of gerbils inside the structure in New York City like digging ticks from a dog’s back to get them out of there!
If nobody listened or wrote about these foolish edicts then they would just fade away like a bad rash. Hopefully I haven’t given them any “legs” by commenting on this latest piece of crap called: Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
The United Nations (UN) has delivered its latest verdict on the measures necessary to save the world from global warming and the news is as grim as it is predictable and wearisomely familiar:
More regulation from “experts”, technocrats and bureaucrats at supranational organisations, such as the one whose initials begin with U and end with N.
More taxpayer subsidies for expensive, inefficient renewable energy.
More nuclear power (with shale gas used as a transitional fuel to replace coal).
The abandonment of fossil fuels.
Less meat consumption.
A single, globally-regulated price for carbon dioxide.
More local-government-enforced walking, cycling and public transportation.
More back-door wealth redistribution from the West to the developing world in the name of “sustainability”
All at a cost to the global economy of up to 3.7 per cent of GDP by 2030, provided we act now.
These are the recommendations of Working Group III of the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), due to be officially announced in Berlin on Monday.
The report notes that almost half of the rise in post-industrial anthropogenic (man-made) CO2 levels since 1750 occurred during the last forty years. Therefore, it argues, a dramatic decarbonization of the world economy – including more renewable energy and less fossil fuel – must begin immediately if global warming is to be kept below 2 degrees C by the end of the century.
This action will set back economic growth, involve significant “behavioural change” and “devalue fossil fuel assets”, the report admits. But only with “major institutional and technological changes” can the world avert an even greater threat. If no action is taken, it warns, temperatures may rise by as much as 4.8 degrees C by 2100.
“There is a clear message from science: to avoid dangerous interference with the climate system we need to move away from business as usual,” said Germany’s Otmar Edenhofer, one of the three co-chairs of the report.