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February 19, 2010

Climate 'Consensus' Crackup

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Steven F. Hayard, on the catastrophic free fall of the climate-change campaign:

[...] (Former CRU Director Phil Jones) admits that the medieval warm period may have been as warm as today - devasting the claim that today's temperatures are the clear result of modern industry. More, he agrees that there's been no statistically significant warming for the last 15 years.

[...] the greatest problem of Al Gore & Co.: They've pointed to any weather anomaly -- cold winters, warm winters, in-between winters -- as proof of climate change. That is, they can't name one weather pattern or event that would be inconsistent with their theory.

The citizenry seems to prefer common sense

[...] the whole climate campaign now resembles a Broadway musical that has run too long, with sagging box office and declining enthusiasm from a dwindling audience. Someone needs to break the bad news to the players that it's closing time for the climate horror show. (Emphasis added)

Read more.

Perhaps, now's a good time to shut down the greater-than trillion dollar cost (video - Climate Change: Scientific Money Chase ) of that climate horror show and send the players packing - especially Al Gore and his minions. However, one thing's for sure; the players in the climate-change "horror show" will be slow to give it up. After all, as Peter Foster notes in his "Denial not just for the deniers," it suits their agenda:

Leftists are inclined to believe in climate change because its "solutions" -- central control and wealth redistribution - are things they already desire
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Posted by Richard at February 19, 2010 7:25 AM



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