Global Warming Hoax

This section looks at the deception being carried out by those who believe in man-made climate change.

One of the methods being used is to describe “the crisis” we are already in, and provide projections of how much worse it is going to get. It would be a cause for worry if the modelling and projections were correct and reliable. Otherwise, it just manages to scare the gullible.

If sea levels were rising, all those properties with ocean views would be deserted, and billionaires would be running for the hills.

As for those horrible emissions from those terrible fossil fuels, private jets would have been left by their earth-loving owners to rust away, unused, in some hangar, far away.

And if we were facing an impending climate disaster, the 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) to the UNFCCC  (November 2021) could have taken place via Zoom, not in Glasgow, Scotland.

So, while mere mortals are being repeatedly warned that the planet is about to fall apart from over-heating, that isn’t the case. We need to care for our planet and the environment, but not quite in the way that our overlords have decreed.

10 Responses to Global Warming Hoax

  1. kaysee kaysee says:

    Breitbart (November 2019)

    Alarmists Propose Rebranding ‘Climate Change’ for Greater Shock Value

    Climate change alarmists are pushing for a change in vocabulary to scare people into taking global warming more seriously, starting with terms like “global meltdown” and “climate collapse.”

    Writing for AdAge this week, Aaron Hall argues that in order to get people to “take action” against climate change, “rebranding” is crucial, since people have gotten too used to the idea that climate is changing and need to be shocked into the notion that the world as we know it is ending.



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  2. kaysee kaysee says:

    New York Post (August 2021)

    John Kerry’s gas-guzzling family jet has taken 16 trips this year alone

    The gas-guzzling private jet owned by climate czar John Kerry’s family has already taken 16 flights this year alone, online records show.

    Kerry has faced intense scrutiny in the past for defending his use of a private jet while preaching to the nation and the world about reducing emissions.

    After he was criticized for taking the jet to receive a climate award in Iceland in 2019, Kerry said: “If you offset your carbon, it’s the only choice for somebody like me who is traveling the world to win this battle.”

    He added, at the time, that he didn’t have time to sail the seas but did not address the fact he had the option of flying commercial airlines that transport hundreds of passengers at a time.

    “I believe the time it takes to get me somewhere, I can’t sail across the ocean. I have to fly to meet with people and get things done,” Kerry said.



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  3. kaysee kaysee says:

    Sky News (October 2021)

    New Zealand’s ‘hypocrisy’ on climate change

    New Zealand wants to “sneer” at Australia over climate while its emissions are going up and Australia’s are going down, according to Sky News host Chris Kenny.

    Well, the authoritative climate tracker website give the Kiwis a bad rating, just as they do to Australia.

    “But they find that under present Nationally Determined Contributions, New Zealand’s net emissions could be four per cent above 2005 levels by 2030.”



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  4. kaysee kaysee says:

    USC Annenberg Media (November 2021)

    Climate justice or climate hypocrisy?

    For starters, a total of 400 private jets flew down to Glasgow from all over the world, carrying more than 100 leaders. This emitted 13,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. For comparison, the average person’s carbon footprint globally is 7 tonnes per year and the carbon footprint of an average American is 21 tonnes per year. The leaders have been called out by critics as “eco-hypocrites” for emitting a huge amount of CO2 while gathering for an event organized to curb greenhouse gas emissions.



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  5. kaysee kaysee says:

    Breitbart (November 2021)

    Cop26 Delegates Served Meat and Dairy Despite U.N. Calling for Reduced Intake

    The menu for the United Nation’s (U.N.) annual climate change conference, Cop26, included close to 60 percent meat or dairy-based meals despite advocating for a switch to plant-based diets to save the climate.

    One of the ways the U.N. recommends limiting global warming to below two degrees is moving from eating red meat and dairy products in exchange for a plant-based diet. According to the Big Issue, “emissions from global livestock production for meat and dairy account for 14.5 per cent of all human-driven emissions.”



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  6. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Guardian (October 2021)

    The climate disaster is here

    Earth is already becoming unlivable. Will governments act to stop this disaster from getting worse?

    Until now, human civilization has operated within a narrow, stable band of temperature. Through the burning of fossil fuels, we have now unmoored ourselves from our past, as if we have transplanted ourselves onto another planet. The last time it was hotter than now was at least 125,000 years ago, while the atmosphere has more heat-trapping carbon dioxide in it than any time in the past two million years, perhaps more.



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  7. kaysee kaysee says:

    Yahoo News (November 8)

    Canadian becomes world’s first patient to be diagnosed as suffering from ‘climate change’

    A Canadian facing breathing issues was diagnosed as possibly the first patient in the world suffering from “climate change,” as doctors said heatwaves and poor air quality were responsible for his condition.



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  8. kaysee kaysee says:

    Breitbart (November 2021)

    Boris Took Private Jet from Climate Summit to London for Dinner at Private Members Club

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson took a private jet from Glasgow to London for a reunion dinner with his former Telegraph colleagues at an exclusive private members’ club, according to reports.

    During the United Nations COP26 climate summit conference, Mr Johnson had said world leaders must “act now” to stop global warming, saying: “Humanity has long since run down the clock on climate change.

    “It’s one minute to midnight and we need to act now. If we don’t get serious about climate change today, it will be too late for our children to do so tomorrow.”



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  9. kaysee kaysee says:

    National Ocean Service (February 2021)

    How does climate change affect coral reefs?

    Climate change will affect coral reef ecosystems, through sea level rise, changes to the frequency and intensity of tropical storms, and altered ocean circulation patterns. When combined, all of these impacts dramatically alter ecosystem function, as well as the goods and services coral reef ecosystems provide to people around the globe.



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  10. kaysee kaysee says:

    Breitbart (November 2021)

    AI Group Project Uses Fake Future Scenarios of Climate Change: ‘Not Real but Will Raise Awareness, Incite Action’

    An artificial intelligence website has introduced a project that shows horrific future climate change scenarios, from smog-covered cities to flooded neighborhoods. The website admits that the images “are not real, they serve to raise awareness and incite action.”



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