UN : Entire Nations To Be Drowned Before The Year 2000



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45 Responses to UN : Entire Nations To Be Drowned Before The Year 2000

  1. Philip Finck says:

    And 20 years later…..? IDIOTS!! Think I’ll use this one in a presentation.

  2. Baa Humbug says:

    How much does this brown nose get paid?

    • Mike Davis says:

      He got a raise and they doubled his salary in 2000 when the prediction failed!
      It is to late to do anything now as we passed the tipping point 10 years ago. So eat, drink, and enjoy life.

  3. C Monster says:

    Outstanding find, Steve.

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    The alarmists have been around long enough to have a track record and it’s pretty wretched. The “hockey stick” is already looking very shaky.

  5. Layne Blanchard says:

    Maybe he applied for a government extension on his prediction of apocalypse. Hey, it HAS to happen someday! I think the deal here is you MUST say that something VERY BAD …. MIGHT happen. This creates your notoriety. If you’re wrong, you were just being precautionary, but you keep your credibility, and get a job at the white house. There is no down side. The guy who said nothing out of the ordinary would happen is ignored. He’s working at an unknown junior college.

  6. Tony Duncan says:

    Sorry folks,
    The POST says “UN : Entire Nations To Be Drowned Before The Year 2000” the QUOTE says “if global warming is not reversed before 2000”. There is, in fact, no time line stated for when the events would happen, so Steve’s post is just not accurate.
    Now if he had said that if climate change is not reversed by 2000, Hansen says Manhattan will be under water by 2010, well then I would owe Steve some big apologies.

  7. So here’s another failed prediction. Yet global warming believers continue to believe, and to find labored reasons to keep believing.

  8. Jimbo says:

    New Scientist – June 2010
    “For years, people have warned that the smallest nations on the planet – island states that barely rise out of the ocean – face being wiped off the map by rising sea levels. Now the first analysis of the data broadly suggests the opposite: most have remained stable over the last 60 years, while some have even grown….During that time, local sea levels have risen by 120 millimetres, or 2 millimetres per year on…

  9. Ken Lydell says:

    Steve without comment provided a link to a newspaper report. Having made no assertions about the report he can’t possibly be wrong. Tony Duncan appears to be delusional.

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