The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) most recent report on global warming has been leaked and this report raises the ears of alarmists across the globe with declarations that man-made climate change will bring:
• Food shortages
• Extreme weather changes
• Coastal flooding
• Rise in greenhouse emissions
• Diminishing crops
According to the IPCC, societies will destabilize because of increasing temperatures. The researchers claim that “when the thermostat rises, so do people’s tempers.”
Third world nations will be left to the charity of wealthier nations as the threat of floods, extreme heat and lack of food will cause wars to break out.
The IPCC warns that by 2100, “displaced” citizens and species will roam the lands. Extinction because of loss of food will threaten humanity’s ability to feed our species.
No one will be safe, state researchers, because this climate change problem “literally affects everyone living on planet Earth.”
Political strife and conflicts will break out as countries try to control CO2 emissions, enact international security systems and prepare for the man-made global warming Apocalypse.
The report reads : ”For countries at all income levels these impacts are consistent with a significant lack of preparedness for current climate variability in some sectors.”
Tim Ball, climatologist and author states that “there is no scientific support for the UN theory” on global warming.
Ball said: “Science works by creating theories based on assumptions,” Dr. Ball notes, “then other scientists—performing their skeptical role—test them. The structure and mandate of the IPCC was in direct contradiction of this scientific method. They set out to prove the theory rather than disprove it. The atmosphere is three-dimensional and dynamic, so building a computer model that even approximates reality requires far more data than exists and much greater understanding of an extremely turbulent and complex system.”
The climatologist points out that “no computer model put forth by the IPCC in support of global warming has been accurate.”
Ball recalls: “By the time of the 2001 IPCC Third Assessment Report, the politics and hysteria about climate change had risen to a level that demanded clear evidence of a human signal. An entire industry had developed around massive funding from government. A large number of academic, political, and bureaucratic careers had evolved and depended on expansion of the evidence. Environmentalists were increasing pressure on the public and thereby politicians.”
Richard Tol, professor of economics for Sussex University (SU) explained that “some findings of the summary became too alarmist.”
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) recommends that citizens of Earth pay attention to how much energy they consume at home by rewarding Chicago and 60 other cities across the US with a grant to “launch a partnership to help make going solar more affordable.”
Michel Jarraud, secretary-general for the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) commented : “There is no standstill in global warming. The warming of our oceans has accelerated and at lower depths. More than 90 percent of the excess energy trapped by greenhouse gases is stored in the oceans. Levels of these greenhouse gases are at record levels, meaning that our atmosphere and oceans will continue to warm for centuries to come. While the challenges facing the next generations are enormous, the opportunities for addressing them have never been greater.”
Some insurance representatives assert that in 2012 “there were 41 billion-dollar weather disasters in the world; the second highest number behind only 2010.”