The latest United Nations (“UN”) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (“IPCC”) report, published this week, once again, in scaremongering tone and the language of the panic stricken, claims that the planet is in peril (we are facing climate disaster, the clock is at one minute to midnight, we must take urgent action to destroy civilisation if we are to save the planet, the usual over - dramatised guff designed to spread fear and panic,) basically the same claim as they have been making at least twice a month for the past 20 years.
As usual the publication was greeted by calls from weirdie beardie, tree hugging types for harsher government measures, even lockdowns similar to those that not only failed to stop the spread of COVID but contributed to current food shortages and the energy crisis that is driving millions of families into poverty. As a weapon to tackle the so-called climate emergency due to increasing carbon dioxide (“CO2”) and global warming, lockdowns can only be less effective and more damaging than they were against the hoax pandemic.
However the bulk of unbiased scientific evidence, little oif which is reported by mainstream media, shows that current climate instability are not due to CO2, very little of which is emitted as a result of human activity anyway, and there is no climate emergency. On the contrary, thanks to CO2, the Earth’s greening gas, the planet is healthier than ever while in the past 25 years, according to real world data rather than that obtained from mathematical models, has actually cooled very slightly since peaking in 1998.So far this year the IPCC has published the first two instalments in a trilogy of mammoth scientific assessments (not good for the reforestation projects going on around the world and have these pseudo - scientific clowns any idea how much energy is consumed by every web searc?) puroprting to explain how greenhouse gas emissions are heating the planet and what that means for life on Earth. Released on 4 April the third and final installment, ‘Mitigation of Climate Change’offers suggestions about what can be done to mitigate these effects. Consisting of 2800 pages it is by far the most comprehensive assessment ever produced of how not to halt global heating.