A brand new published (and no-doubt peer-reviewed, because what opinion has any real worth without a whole bunch of other like-minded people agreeing with your assessment) paper entitled “Emission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5 °C” has some at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on edge as it has reviewed the Assessment Report by this group of unscientific and uncredited scientists that asserts that by 2022, the pre-industrial global temperatures will rise by an alarming 1.5 degrees Celsius!
Their conclusion: This is an impossible scenario and will more than likely not be achieved.
Wow. It's almost like us deniers were right all along. Hmm.
Climate alarmists have finally admitted that they’ve got it wrong on global warming.
This is the inescapable conclusion of a landmark paper, published in Nature Geoscience, which finally admits that the computer models have overstated the impact of carbon dioxide on climate and that the planet is warming more slowly than predicted.
Basically, the claims being made by the IPCC (which, incidentally, have been changed, tweaked, and altered so often over the past 30 years that the only thing we DO know for sure is that, next week, they'll likely make another adjustment to their predictions…”It's not an exact science, you know?”) are now being challenged in this Nature Geoscience review that is calling the IPCC claims, in essence, nonsense.
IPCC has held for years that the Earth's temperature will have risen by a certain degree (again, it varies from year to year) by such-and-such time and we must do something RIGHT NOW TO STOP THIS GLOBAL DISASTER! All this, despite the fact that not a single scientific fact has ever proven that man-made greenhouse gases and a rise in CO2 levels causes the Earth's temperature to rise (without sabotaging data, that is).
In order for that to happen, temperatures would have to rise by a massive 0.5 degrees C in five years.
Since global mean temperatures rarely rise by even as much as 0.25 degrees C in a decade, that would mean the planet would have to do 20 years’ worth of extreme warming in the space of the next five years.
This, the scientists admit, is next to impossible. Which means their “carbon budget” – the amount of CO2 they say is needed to increase global warming by a certain degree – is wrong. This in turn means that the computer models they’ve been using to scare the world with tales of man-made climate doom are wrong too.
One researcher – from the alarmist side of the argument, not the skeptical one – has described the paper’s conclusion as “breathtaking” in its implications.
He’s right. The scientists who’ve written this paper aren’t climate skeptics. They’re longstanding warmists, implacable foes of climate skeptics, and they’re also actually the people responsible for producing the IPCC’s carbon budget.
In other words, this represents the most massive climbdown from the alarmist camp.
What's so crazy about this information is that the paper that's been published doesn't acknowledge the disingenuousness of the IPCC Assessment, nor does it address their constant changing of information. Instead, it claims that “facts have changed” and that this particular notion is what has caused them to change their calculations of how accurate or inaccurate the IPCC records really are.
Here's the crazy part, as noted in the Breitbart article by James Delingpole: THE FACTS HAVEN'T CHANGED!
Climate skeptics have been saying for years that the IPCC climate models have been running “too hot.” Indeed, the Global Warming Policy Foundation produced a paper stating this three years ago. Naturally it was ignored by alarmists who have always sought to marginalize the GWPF as a denialist institution which they claim – erroneously – is in the pay of sinister fossil fuel interests.
Allen’s [Myles Allen, professor of geosystem science at the University of Oxford and another author of the paper] “so it’s not that surprising” is indeed true if you’re on the skeptical side of the argument. But not if, like Allen, you’re one of those scientists who’ve spent the last 20 years scorning, mocking and vilifying all those skeptics who for years have been arguing the very point which Allen himself is now admitting is correct.
Once again, although completely and thoroughly debunking their very own assertions that the Earth is THIS close to Armageddon, they still have the cajones to insist that even though they've been debunked, it's simply because “facts have changed,” which they haven't.
Somebody update the scoreboard please: Deniers: 2022, Alarmists: ZERO
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