Sunday, April 19, 2009

More Global Warming Misinformation Scare Tactics

The liars from the global warming movement are continuing their scare tactics in spite of overwhelming scientific data which refutes their fallacious computer generated predictions. In a FoxNews story by Major Garrett, “Energy Secretary Offers Dire Global Warming Prediction” , Steven Chu all but gave the last rites to folks living close to the water’s edge.

“Caribbean nations face "very, very scary" rises in sea level and intensifying hurricanes, and Florida, Louisiana and even northern California could be overrun with rising water levels due to global warming triggered by carbon-based greenhouse gases, Energy Secretary Steven Chu said Saturday.”


“Let me state what the official IPCC (the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) prediction is: It (sea levels) could go up as much as three-quarters of a meter in this century, but there is a reasonable probability it could be much higher than that," Chu said.”

However, a little further down in the article “Marc Morano, executive editor of and former top aide to global warming critic Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla.” pointed out. “…Chu is out of date on the science and is promoting unverified and alarming predictions that have already been proven contrary.” (emphasis added)

“Secretary Chu's assertions on sea level rise and hurricanes are quite simply being proven wrong by the latest climate data. As the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute reported in December 12, 2008: There is 'no evidence for accelerated sea-level rise.'” (emphasis added)

The leaders of the “global warming religion” depends on misinformation and out right lies to promote their faith. I posted a similar article on Saturday as congress was pushing for stronger measures that would cripple American industry’s ability to compete by shutting down the use of reasonable and reliable fossil fuel energy supplies in favor of more expensive and less reliable alternative green energy.

The IPCC’s (the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) so called scientists have already admitted altering their measured data on sea level changes, data which proved sea levels had remained basically stable, with computer generated “correction factors” in order to show the trends which they needed to extend their fraudulent claims of eminent disaster; in other words, they lied. What else would you have expected from anything associated with the United Nations?

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