“…it appears that the climate establishment has discarded the so called “hot-spot”, once called the distinct human fingerprint. First so proclaimed in an IPCC Physical Sciences Working Group meeting in Madrid in late November 1995, the “hot-spot” became the justification for the statement: “the balance of evidence points towards a discernible human influence on global climate.” It was important in helping obtain the over $40 billion US government has spent in “climate science” since 1993, tens of billions on “climate change financing” and the tens of billions in tax subsidies for poor alternatives to fossil fuels – mainly solar and wind [the amounts are based on government reports and government definitions]. In “fighting” climate change, the US is spending almost as much as it did on all the Apollo missions, in 2012 dollars. The funds do not include the moneys the state department turned over to UN organizations in the closing days of the Obama Administration.”
“Part of the funds spent by the US went to the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and one of its parent organizations, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), largely through the State Department and the USAID. The IPCC has become an established political organization continuing to investigate the influence of greenhouse gases, mainly CO2, on the earth’s temperatures, but not rigorously rejecting or modifying hypotheses found faulty. Thus, the IPCC is masking its activities and undermining its own scientific credibility….” ~ THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)
In other words, the Obama administration funded a massive growth in government agencies which will be able to do absolutely nothing of importance for the people, about a hypothetical problem that, by the laws of science, does not exist. But, the ongoing solution that has been implemented by the governments of more than 150 nations already has cost the people many, many billions of dollars and there will be many billions more in this ongoing scam. That money could have been better spent elsewhere. For example, many millions of people have no electricity still. Much to do about nothing, Shakespeare said. Perhaps a trillion U.S. dollars have been wasted worldwide, ostensibly on reducing CO2 emissions, about reducing a trace gas in the atmosphere which is the primary nutrient of plants. But, actually what we have done is employ many thousands of people in non-productive jobs, that is, jobs which produce nothing of value.
10/29/2017 4:22 PM