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USA Today: Global warming may raise kidney stone risk
And, speaking of immoral, money-fleecing scams that would make Charles Ponzi blush with pride:
WASHINGTON (7-15-08) - Mathematical proof that there is no “climate crisis” appears today in a major, peer-reviewed paper in Physics and Society, a learned journal of the 10,000-strong American Physical Society, SPPI reports.
It claims there was a little "problem" with the IPCC's computer models (I know. I'm shocked too).
Christopher Monckton, who once advised Margaret Thatcher, demonstrates via 30 equations that computer models used by the UN’s climate panel (IPCC) were pre-programmed with overstated values for the three variables whose product is “climate sensitivity” (temperature increase in response to greenhouse-gas increase), resulting in a 500-2000% overstatement of CO2’s effect on temperature in the IPCC’s latest climate assessment report, published in 2007.
Come on, what's 2000% between
There's also a great bit of advice in there from Christopher Monckton for John McCain and the rest of the self-proclaimed "conservatives" who are too busy fellating the preacher at the Alter of Global Climate Warming Change to pay attention to reality.
The correct policy approach to a non-problem is to have the courage to do nothing.
The worst part of all of this, in my opinion, is the complicity of the country's mainstream media outlets, and the eagerness with which they're wiling to participate in this abhorrent scam - a scam designed solely to bring western capitalism to its knees, and to see Marxist redistribution of wealth enacted on a global scale, with the United Nations holding the purse strings.
I guarantee you won't read or hear one word on NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, NPR, etc. about this latest instance of scientists calling into question the validity of the IPCC's climate "research".
Had this report shown that the more valid computer models actually predicted an even more apocalyptic future for the planet than the one Al Gore's currently pimping, you wouldn't be able to escape all the "Planet in Peril!" and "Destination Doomsday!" banners being plastered across the country's newspapers, magazines, and TV news shows.
I'll take "Where's the reset button?" for $400, please, Alex.