The hugest hoax in history 2

Notes on the ‘global warming’ scam.

Christopher Booker writes in the Telegraph: 

It was delightfully appropriate that, as large parts of Argentina were swept by severe blizzards last week, on a scale never experienced before, the city of Nashville, Tennessee, should have enjoyed the coolest July 21 in its history, breaking a record established in 1877. Appropriate, because Nashville is the home of Al Gore, the man who for 20 years has been predicting that we should all by now be in the grip of runaway global warming.

His predictions have proved so wildly wrong – along with those of the Met Office’s £33 million computer model which forecast that we should now be enjoying a “barbecue summer” and that 2009 would be one of “the five warmest years ever” – that the propaganda machine has had to work overtime to maintain what is threatening to become the most expensive fiction* in history.

* According to the Science and Public Policy Institute, ‘the US government has spent over $79 billion since 1989 on policies related to climate change, including science and technologu research, administration, education campaigns, foreign aid, and tax breaks.’

Check out the full report at scienceandpublicpolicy.org

  • phd

    just shows how little you understand about forecasting. What the Met Office actually said was that it would be odds on for a barbeque summer – ie a probablistic forecast, not the deterministic forecast that you have decided to misinterpret it as. Oh and by thw way summer aint over yet…

    • Right. There's also a minute chance that you will spontaneously combust. It was forecasted that there would be a high probability of a barbecue summer, and they were wrong. There's no way you can talk around it – global warming, at least this summer, isn't happening.

      Are you really a Ph. D? Did you write your thesis in the same manner as you wrote your comment?