Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Every day, the likes of the American media, or the BBC, or some numbnuts environmentalists, all tell us that the world is ending because of "global warming," but if somehow we stopped all human activity save breathing, we could still stop it.
But, alas alack! The UN, that worthless body of crap, actually made the mistake of telling the truth for once, and said the unsayable: that global warming is not as bad as the screamers have been saying.
UN downgrades man's impact on the climate
Mankind has had less effect on global warming than previously supposed, a United Nations report on climate change will claim next year.
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says there can be little doubt that humans are responsible for warming the planet, but the organisation has reduced its overall estimate of this effect by 25 per cent.
In a final draft of its fourth assessment report, to be published in February, the panel reports that the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has accelerated in the past five years. It also predicts that temperatures will rise by up to 4.5 C during the next 100 years, bringing more frequent heat waves and storms.
The panel, however, has lowered predictions of how much sea levels will rise in comparison with its last report in 2001.
Worse yet, the UN has discovered that humans have no link to hurricanes and other storms.
No firm link yet between human-caused global warming and intensity of cyclones – UN
12 December 2006 – Despite a recent increase in dangerous typhoons and hurricanes, no firm link can yet be drawn between human-induced climate change and variations in intensity and frequency of tropical cyclones, the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has reported, citing a consensus of 125 leading researchers and forecasters.
The recent increase in loss of life and damages from tropical cyclones has largely been caused by rising concentrations of population and infrastructure in coastal regions, WMO said in a news release summarizing the results of its 6th international workshop on tropical cyclones held in Costa Rica last month.
Although the accuracy of tropical cyclone monitoring has improved considerably over the last few decades, large regional variations exist in methods used to monitor tropical cyclones, and several regions have no measurements by specialized aircraft. These factors continue to make detection of trends difficult, it added.
Then again, another study discovered that cows are responsible.
"Guff" is what The Scotsman calls it. "Shit," "crap," and "baloney" is what we call it.
It's official: global warming is guff
AT LAST, evidence that global warming is a load of hot air. Cow flatulence has attracted the attention of ministers after emerging as an environmental menace to rival factory chimneys, Chelsea tractors and cheap air travel.
Bovine emissions account for around one million tonnes of methane a year in the UK and now the government wants farmers to change what they feed the animals to cut down greenhouse gases.
Incredible! The news can't get much better, can it?
Well, according to the imbeciles at the BBC, this is all nothing. Global warming is worse than ever, and, yes, if you stop breathing it will all go away.
Arctic sea ice 'faces rapid melt'
The Arctic may be close to a tipping point that sees all-year-round ice disappear very rapidly in the next few decades, US scientists have warned.
The latest data presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting suggests the ice is no longer showing a robust recovery from the summer melt.
Well, that's it. No more ice, no more cold, no more Earth.
We are doomed...unless the BBC is just normally full of shit.