Global Warming – Woeful Predictions Keep Coming
The global warming enthusiasts like to pretend that they are supporting a `science’. But they aren’t. There is no proof that global warming is happening or, if it does, that it is man-made.
Global warming is the deliberately invented hoax upon which the myth of the covid-19 pandemic was built.
(Enthusiasts changed the name of the fraud from `global warming’ to `climate change’ when it became apparent that global warming simply wasn’t happening. When `global cooling’ proved to be equally unlikely they settled on the middle of the road phrase `climate change’.)
The following material is taken from Greta’s Homework by Zina Cohen and published here with permission.
`Predictions and forecasts made by climate change `scientists’ have been woefully inaccurate – consistently.
Back in 2007, the WWF told us that we had five years to save the world. The Climate Change Hysterics told us that the English county of Cornwall would be a desert by 2010. In 2011, the International Energy Agency said we had five years to avoid Armageddon. In 2017, the United Nations said we had three years left and in that same year the International Energy Agency also said we had three years left.
Some of these merry doomsters are relatively cautious and merely claim that our planet will be unliveable within a generation. Others are far more specific. Greta Thunberg recently announced that we had eight years left to save the planet. I don’t think she explained why it was eight and not seven or nine years before the Four Horsemen would ride into view in their electric cars. It seems to me bizarre that a relatively uneducated girl with no scientific background feels able to be so dogmatic. Is it at all possible that someone is feeding her opinions, I wonder? An American politician called Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is more optimistic. Last year she said we have twelve years left before something will happen. In 2013, a Cambridge professor called Peter Wadhams said that we had until 2015 before all the Arctic ice disappeared. Mind you, he was optimistic compared to Gordon Brown who, in 2009, taking a tea-break from buggering up the British economy, told us that we had just 50 days to save the planet. And in 2004, the readers of The Observer were warned that by 2020, Britons would be living in a Siberian climate, though I’m not sure how they fitted that into the `global warming’ theory. Eleven years ago Prince Charles said that we had eight years left to save the planet so you might imagine that the heir to the throne would be hiding in a cupboard feeling rather embarrassed since there is clearly now no point whatsoever in doing anything to oppose the terror which awaits. However, Charles is made of sterner stuff than most of us and he is continuing with his scaremongering without allowing his past predictions to interfere with his latest prosetylizing.
All this wild, scary stuff merely proves that the whole global warming/climate change thing is a hoax, an international scam of Brobdingnagian proportions. Despite the evidence, the Mythmakers will doubtless keep going with their predictions. And, of course, making a prediction about the end of the world is a great way to get publicity and pick up more Twitter, Instagram and Facebook followers. The trick, it seems, is to pick a date a few years ahead and then hope that by the time we get there everyone will have forgotten what you said.’
Taken from Greta’s Homework by Zina Cohen.
Greta’s Homework, which explains in detail why global warming is a pseudo-scientific myth, is available on Amazon as a paperback and an eBook.
Copyright Vernon Coleman May 2021