Tuesday, 4 December 2012

It's the End of the World as we know It....Count me Out!

Ben Cubby, environmental reporter of the Sydney Morning Pravda reported:

It's the end of the world as we know it


Ben is reporting on the Doha Theatre of the Absurd.

THE world is on track to see "an unrecognisable planet" that is between 4 and 6 degrees hotter by the end of this century, according to new data on greenhouse gas emissions.
And the basis for this alarmists statement?
The new data from the Global Carbon Project found greenhouse gas emissions are expected to have risen 2.6 per cent by the end of this year, on top of a 3 per cent rise in 2011.
As usual, the alarmists show no causal link between rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide and rise in global temperatures. In fact 97% of scientists (my statistic [tic]) agree that the rise in temperature PRECEDES the rise in atmospheric CO2 by 800 years +/- 200 years.
One of Jo Nova's Vostok Ice Core Graphs (LINK)

The data refered to by  Ben Cubby  were produced by Dr Riccardo Valentini of UEA indicated that we are  heading for 4-6º of Global Warming. As from Ben's quote above,  the trend in CO2 emissions just for  the last two years.

From Valentini's bio:

Riccardo Valentini participated to the IPCC assessment of Land Use Change and Forestry as co-leading author. He also was involved in negotiations for the Kyoto Protocol.
He is member of the scientific committee of the Global Carbon Project, member of the Advisory board of the Max Plank Institute of Biogeochemistry in Jena, chairman of the Terrestrial Carbon Observation Panel of the Global Terrestrial Observation System.

Lord Christopher Monckton reports from the UN Conference on Climate Change in Doha, Qatar with the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT).

Lord Monckton notes that: "Count me in" – is the official slogan of the Doha conference.

Lord Monckton was very significant, pre Copenhagen, in reporting that one of the objectives of that conference was World Governance. 

Lord Monckton says that Christiana Figueres (Executive Secretary of the (UNFCCC) is talking about achieving , at this conference, a complete economic transformation of the world – a centralizing transformation.  The UN beaurocracy is still triyng to centralize power. No mention at any point of introducing democracy into this equation.

Of course, Lord Monckton points out: No Global Warming for sixteen years (LINK)