This year marks the 30th anniversary of the beginning of "global warming" (now known as "climate change") panic.
As noted by the Wall Street Journal, it was on 23 June 1988 that NASA scientist James E. Hansen testified before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, stating a "high level of confidence" in a "cause Effect relationship between the greenhouse effect and the observed warming "claims.
Predictions, especially those of global importance, should be rigorously tested to see if they have come true. In the case of Hansen it is obvious that they did not do it.
Hansen offered three possible scenarios. One would see that the temperature of the earth is rising by 1
The third scenario was the most accurate. Hansen made many other predictions, including more severe hurricanes related to global surface temperatures. "The list of what has not happened," notes the Journal, "is long and tedious," he added, "… it is time to admit that the rapid warming he predicted is not happening. Climatologists and politicians should accept the more modest predictions that coincide with observed temperatures. "
That will not happen because, as with immigration reform, most politicians prefer solving the problem.
Richard Siegmund Lindzen is an American atmospheric physicist known for his work on atmospheric dynamics, atmospheric tides, and ozone photochemistry. In an interview published on wattsupwiththat.com, the global warming and climate change website, Lindzen says:
"The largely non-scientific advocates of climate hysteria realize that remote predictions of long-range problems caused by inadequate models could not motivate people to shut themselves down So you are trying to claim that we are seeing the problems, of course, the warming that has taken place in the last 200 years has been too low to be a major factor, but objective reality plays little part in propaganda Role – repetition can effectively counteract reality. "
This is exactly what we are repeating in the big media, which specifically interviewed people who promote the myth of climate change. Some politicians, who see it as another possibility, to regulate and dominate our lives.
To confirm this, climatedepot.com writes: "NBC News has a report on meteorologists George Mason and Climate Central supporting efforts to fend off climate change during your nightly weather forecast."
"By the activist meteorologists Funded climate information is highly suspect and the groups behind the effort have helped end the scientific debate by supporting the RICO statutes against skeptics profiting greatly from the federal funding of their efforts.
When the hype subsides, the facts catch in. In 2015, the UK Daily Telegraph reported: "Two events last week brought even more twists and turns into one of the longest running farces in our modern world. One of them was the European Space Agency's revelation that in 2013 and 2014, after years when the volume of the Arctic ice had fallen, it increased again by 33 percent. The other was that Canadian scientists studying the effects of climate change on Arctic ice from an icebreaker had to stop their research when their ship was called to other ships trapped in the thickest summer ice of Hudson Bay for 20 years. "
Numerous apocalyptic predictions of an impending end of the world due to" climate change "have proved wrong, and their goal of a major government depriving us of more of our freedoms and spending trillions of dollars on a fictitious problem has been revealed.
We can and should recycle the atmosphere, the water or the land and not pollute it, but not because it is so humiliate the temperature of the earth.