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 Updated 5 November 2006      



Climate chaos? Don't believe it. 
It's About Creating World Government

5 Nov 06 - In this article in the Sunday Telegraph, Christopher Monckton
disputes the 'facts' of global warming and accuses the UN and its scientists of
distorting the truth. The climate-change scare is less about saving the planet, 
says Monckton, than, in Jacques Chirac's chilling phrase, "creating world government". (I totally agree: It's about creating a world government.)

You will hear that "the debate is over." "It isn't. There are more greenhouse gases
in the air than there were, so the world should warm a bit, but that's as far as the
"consensus" goes.

In 1988, Monckton continues, climatologist James Hansen told the US Congress
that temperature would rise 0.3C by the end of the century (it rose 0.1C), and that
sea level would rise several feet (it didnít). The UN set up a transnational
bureaucracy, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

"This week," says Monckton, "I'll show how the UN undervalued the sun's effects
on historical and contemporary climate, slashed the natural greenhouse effect,
overstated the past century's temperature increase, repealed a fundamental law 
of physics and tripled the man-made greenhouse effect.

"First . . . it displays two 450,000-year graphs: a sawtooth curve of temperature
and a sawtooth of airborne CO2 that's scaled to look similar. Usually, similar
curves are superimposed for comparison. The UN didn't do that. If it had, the 
truth would have shown: the changes in temperature preceded the changes in 
CO2 levels.

"Next, the UN abolished the medieval warm period (the global warming at the 
end of the First Millennium AD)." It could then wrongly conclude "that the 20th
century was the warmest for 1,000 years.

"Scores of scientific papers show that the medieval warm period was real. Then,
there were no glaciers in the tropical Andes: today they're there. There were
Viking farms in Greenland: now they're under permafrost. There was little ice at 
the North Pole: a Chinese naval squadron sailed right round the Arctic in 1421 
and found none.

"The Antarctic, which holds 90 per cent of the world's ice and nearly all its
160,000 glaciers, has cooled and gained ice-mass in the past 30 years, reversing 
a 6,000-year melting trend." "temperatures were higher in the Middle Ages than
now. And the snows of Kilimanjaro are vanishing not because summit temperature
is rising (it isn't) but because post-colonial deforestation has dried the air. Al Gore
please note.

"In some places it was also warmer than now in the Bronze Age and in Roman
times. It wasn't CO2 that caused those warm periods. It was the sun. So the UN
adjusted the maths and all but extinguished the sun's role in today's warming.

"Sami Solanki, a solar physicist, says that in the past half-century the sun has been
warmer, for longer, than at any time in at least the past 11,400 years.

"Constant repetition of wrong numbers," says Monckton, "doesn't make them

See full (much longer) article at:

Thanks to both Philip Brennan and Dave Jordan for this link







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