IPCC's de Boer States Ignoring GW Crimnally Irresponsible
Global Warming and the Chicken Littles at the U.N. are pushing the release of the latest IPCC report that is supposed to release a summary of the thousands of pages of scientific papers on the subject of Global Warming. Yvo de Boer of the U.N.'s IPCC has stated that it is "criminally irresponsible" to ignore the urgency of Global Warming. In other words, if the U.S. continues to refuse to ratify Kyoto and subsequent emissions control treaties, we're "criminally irresponsible."
From Yahoo News:
Environmentalists and authors of the report expected tense discussions on what to include and leave out of the document, which is a synthesis of thousands of scientific papers. A summary of about 25 pages will be negotiated line-by-line this week, then adopted by consensus.
So we have a bunch of folks at the U.N., many of whom have an axe to grind with the U.S. who are going to decide what information on global warming will be included in this "synthesis" of scientific papers, and what will be suppressed. I am willing to bet that the vast material that will be included will be material claiming it's "our fault" that the Earth's climate is changing, while papers that prove that factors such as sun spots and the solar wind, variations of the Earth's tilt and orbit about the Sun which play a significant role in climate change, will be censored out of the final documents. It will suppress facts such as the ice growth on Mont Blanc, the Greenland ice sheet (where nearly 300' thick sheet of ice formed to cover a squadron of aircraft forced down there in WW2), as well as expanding ice in most of Antarctica, while the Antarctic peninsula where ice is receding accounts for only 3% of that region will, no doubt, be heavily cited.
If the U.N. and the IPCC were a deliberative body dedicated to the truth, it would not seek to censor out information that disproves their political agenda of seeking to control mankind. Of course, the U.N. being the corrupt organization that it has been allowed to become, this comes as no surprise.
This latest document is supposed to "sum up the scientific concensus" on the current state of Global Warming: It's Man produced carbon dioxide. Never mind the conflicting data that has been produced over the last 30 years. Never mind that there isn't a scientific consensus on the subject. Forget about the fact that the computer models used to produce the results are only as good as the data used, and that the parameters for such models can be manipulated to return the desired results (the ultimate in "garbage in, garbage out").
And, according to this report, the IPCC has "established that the climate has begun to change because of the greenhouse gases emitted by humans," according to Chicken Little de Boer.
The fact of the matter is there are a number of theories and the IPCC has established NOTHING. The Earth's climate is cyclical and there are millions of variables involved, probably more than we shall ever know. The only thing about global warming provable as being a scientific fact is that the Earth has warmed slightly (0.8 degrees Celcius) since the end of the Little Ice Age in 1850.
Avery and Singer showed in their book, Unstoppable Global Warming that increases in carbon are a result of increased temperature, not the other way around as Al "Carbon Bigfoot" Gore and the Moonbats at the U.N. would have us believe.
Which ever theory you subscribe to, whether it is Man caused carbon emissions or the result of the natural cycle of the Universe, the IPCC owes it to humanity to publish all of the data regardless of how it fits into their agenda, not just that which supports their agenda while suppressing that which contests their claims. Anything less than that is "criminally irresponsible." Of course, we are talking about the U.N. here, which is famous for such scandals such as "food for sex" in Africa and various pre-Liberation oil deals with Iraq, so I won't hold my breath waiting for that organization to do anything other than push its political agenda on the world.