EXPOSED: Climate Change Lies, Suppressed Evidence & Corporate Profits

EXPOSED: Climate Change Lies, Suppressed Evidence & Corporate Profits

Orig.src.Susanne.Posel.Daily.News- ipcc.climate.change.suppressed.evidence_occupycorporatism Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent
March 10, 2014


Climate scientist Nic Lewis and science writer Marcel Crok have determined in a newly published study that the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other cohorts in scientific circles have doctored numbers and statistics about atmospheric carbon dioxide called “climate sensitivity”.

The IPCC claimed in 2007 that the planet’s temperature would rise by 3 degrees Celsius by the end of this century; however because actual real world observations have not correlated with this assumptions, the IPCC changed their estimated to a 1.5 to 2 degree difference.

Lewis explained: “Good empirical evidence of both long-term warming and that over a seventy year period now imply very different expectations of future warming than do climate models – some 40% to 50% lower to 2081-2100.”

The climate scientist said: “This is almost certainly the most important finding of climate science in recent years, particularly since there are good reasons to doubt the reliability of climate model forecasts.”

Computer models and how they are manipulated was exposed during Climategate wherein Michael Mann, former professor at the University of Virginia (UV), created the hockey stick graph ” which was actually a fake 1,000 year temperature reconstruction that has since been discredited.

Emails and documents from Mann, discussing his false climate change summation with other prominent alarmist scientists was leaked from the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit in November of 2011.

The investigation into Climategate has extended far beyond Mann; although he remains the front-man. Evidence of his correspondence to pursue the propaganda of his “hockey stick” theory and intentionally manipulate scientific data to make the global warming theory appear more dire than it actually is. This involves such agencies as:

• The US Environmental Protection Agency
• The National Science Foundation
• The British House of Commons Science and Technology Committee
• Penn State University
• Various independent panels

Author McKenzie Funk pointed out in a new book how the business of global warming keeps the fear going in order to ensure corporate future profitability.

Funk points out that in the case of Greenland “there’s hope that they can make money off melting ice in the form of better fishing and better access to minerals, oil, and gas, which will fuel their independence from Denmark. Greenland may be the first country created by climate change.”

The author recommends adaptation to the changing climate rather than installing carbon taxes and other schemes to extract wealth from citizens and enslave them with laws that do not reflect scientific findings but use predictive models to justify their existence.

By selling resources like water through hedge funds, Funk explains that: “In some places, you can buy and sell water rights the same way you can sell property. Water investors are bundling water rights and selling them to cities. Hedge funds are the middlemen. In Australia, some of these same hedge funds are operating, but their model is a little different. People go to the ranchers and buy their water rights and then rent the water back to them. The hedge funds are sitting on this investment that’s gaining value as the drought gets worse, and at the same time they’ve got rental income coming in.”

Funk asserts that “People are putting their money into these water indices, and there have been some climate change investment funds. They do a little bit of betting on adaptation, a little bit of betting on solar energy. I think a lot of people didn’t know what to do after climate change really grabbed everyone’s attention. That’s why there’s been this rush into water. It was just so obvious. Water is everything in climate change—it’s the lack thereof, it’s melting ice, it’s rising seas—but it’s not like you can just go and get your own aquifer these days.”