Rapid climate change to begin any century now.
EXCERPTS FROM THE CLIMATE REPORT
Published: October 21, 1983
Rapid climate change will take its place among the numerous other changes that will influence the course of society
we are deeply concerned about environmental changes of this magnitude; man-made emissions of greenhouse gases promise to impose a warming of unusual dimensions on a global climate that is already unusually warm. We may get into trouble in ways that we have barely imagined, like release of methane from marine sediments.
the ” CO2 problem” appears intractable. Viewed as a problem of changes in local environmental factors – rainfall, river flow, sea level – the myriad of individual incremental problems
And the same BS from Obama today
“One of the most significant long-term challenges that our country and our planet face (is) the growing threat of a rapidly-changing climate,” the president said at the school in Anaheim. “The overwhelming judgment of science, accumulated and measured and reviewed over decades, has put that to rest. The question (now) is whether we have the will to act before it’s too late.”
Obama told those in attendance that they must respond now to protect children and future generations — a theme he has repeated after announcing in recent weeks new rules for reducing carbon emission for plants that burn fossil fuel.
“We also have to realize, as hundreds of scientists declared last month, that climate change is no longer a distant threat but ‘has moved firmly into the present,’” said Obama in the ongoing effort by him and his supporters to win the debate on global warming and its possible causes. “The overwhelming majority of scientists who work on climate change, including some who once disputed the data, have put the debate to rest.”