The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has timidly admitted there has been no global warming in 16 years.
The climate Armageddon forecast in 1997 by Al Gore in his movie, An Inconvenient Truth, turned out to be environmental hysteria.
He said in 15 years coastal cities like Vancouver could be underwater.
Carbon dioxide levels have risen in that time but not sea levels — there has been no global warming.
Reputable scientists have proved that climate variations are natural occurrences just like summer and winter.
Warming and cooling has a direct correlation with sunspot and sunflare activity, which makes sense.
How come Gore hasn’t said: “I was wrong. Sorry for scaring everyone?”
Well, he’s made a quarter of a billion dollars with his companies which manufacture wind turbines, solar panels, his investments in associated companies and his film sales, which also are advertising which help sell his products.
So he is richer than most of the filthy rich one percenters.
That giant, multinational corporation Greenpeace has also remained silent. They have made a fortune milking a concerned public.
They can’t collect money to control sunspot activity so they push the myth of man-made global warming.
This loopy theory promoted by activists impersonating scientists has been a cash cow and is even used by governments to raise taxes.
A carbon tax for what?
The moral of the story is don’t believe everything you read, especially if it’s literature written by someone like David Suzuki, who has a ‘donate here’ spot at the bottom of his scary, global warming scenarios based on deranged science.