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On September 27, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release part of their fifth assessment report on climate change. For the first time since 1990, this report will scale back the hysteria on global warming.
Matt Ridley at The Wall Street Journal viewed a few leaks from the 31-page document and talked to one of the senior climate scientists. The temperature rise due to man-made carbon dioxide is lower than their prediction in 2007.


  • High_Binder 6 years, 6 months ago

    Doh! But what about all the 'green' companies and the EPA? Where are they going to get their bottomless funding when this multi-decade brainwashing fraud is finally unraveled?

    How is Gore going to afford his $110,000 power bills and his private jet?

    On a side note: This fraud's unveiling it's a long time coming but we still have a long way to go.


    • duncanfj 6 years, 6 months ago

      Fraud? Over 95% of climate scientists agree that man has had a significant impact on global warming. 1 degree C may not sound all that important, but I would suggest you read some of the scientific articles on the subject, and not opinion pieces.


      • cjcs

        cjcs 6 years, 6 months ago

        It's funny how quick some people are to jump on board one report that "scales back hysteria" as evidence disproving hundreds of peer-reviewed studies that show Global Warming is a real and present danger to the future of our planet.


  • jgreene777

    jgreene777 6 years, 6 months ago

    Here's an idea: Does it matter if mankind is actually affecting climate change that much? Shouldn't we clean up after ourselves no matter what? Regardless of climate change, we should strive to build cleaner cars, cleaner factories, smaller impressions on every part of Nature. We should strive to clean up the messes that our parents made for the sake of our children, regardless of the data pertaining to our impact on global climate change.


  • nsyrax

    nsyrax 6 years, 6 months ago

    Actually, the report says the opposite High_Binder:

    "Drafts of this dense, complex document seen by the BBC indicate that scientists are more convinced than ever that the planet is warming and that humans are responsible for the majority of it, especially over the past 50 years."

    I especially like the "more convinced than ever" part. Here is a link to the full article.