It never ceases to amaze me that people still believe implicitly the wild alarm-ism of the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change(IPCC). Despite 95% of their prognosis being proved wrong, despite no global warming for fifteen years and despite no islands disappearing under Pacific waves, there are a great number of people that still believe. Now I know that I will be labelled a Denier for even suggesting that the science is not agreed and there is no consensus, but what I call for is reasoned debate. Climate Changes! We have finite resources which must be protected for future generations. We need to provide economical energy so that our economies can grow because it is only wealthy countries that can afford the environmental and ecological improvements that will make the earth fully sustainable. As to Armageddon, I fear more the Ring of Fire or a meteorite strike to provide the truly earth shattering events that could destroy mankind. In the meantime, a group of self appointed and very dangerous people are driving our civilisation into division and destruction and they are well seated in the IPCC and the Climate Change gravy train of professional activists and soothsayers. Science is hitting back and challenging the credentials of many within the IPCC orbit and finding them wanting. Should we be that surprised?
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