As part of green-central-planning the UN wants to (in their own words) ban private property and create “Human Habitat Settlement Zones” http://wp.me/p3Bc8A-Iw
Guest essay by Eric Worrall
A climate crisis role playing exercise, hosted by the World Wildlife Fund and the Center for American Progress, has concluded that the world can survive the ravages of climate change, providing we implement a global carbon tax, and create a new global governance structure.
Food Chain Reaction was held last November in Washington DC. The game was played by 65 international experts, who assumed the roles of nations, multilateral organizations and multinational business, and confronted a burgeoning food security crisis in the decade 2020-2030.
The players were divided in teams for Africa, Brazil, China, the European Union, the United States, multinational businesses and the international institutions. Their task: to figure out how they could cooperate to guide the world through a decade of mounting climate pressures and the resulting disruptions. There was no safety net…
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I am astonished (well, maybe by now not very astonished) at the hubristic way in which Warmists like to refer to sceptics as “climate deniers”. (We deny that a climate exists? No. We deny that it changes? No. We deny that the earth seems to have got slightly warmer in the last 100 years? No. We do not).
And now I notice the phrase “science deniers” creeping into the debate (or should I say, into the abuse?). Same questions apply. Do we deny the principles of science? No. Do we deny the second law of thermodynamics? No. Do we deny that CO2 is a greenhouse gas? No.
But it seems that the Warmists are quite happy to deny that atmospheric physics is an inexact science, that the earth’s climate system is non-linear, complex and chaotic (chaotic, that is, in the mathematical sense). They seem happy to deny that recent…
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