Someone Remind Me Why We Have An IPCC

The IPCC projects ten to twenty inches of sea level rise. So alarmists ignore it and make up their own predictions which are much higher. Then they say 97% of scientists agree with them.

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12 Responses to Someone Remind Me Why We Have An IPCC

  1. au1corsair says:

    Everybody needs a whipping boy. Somebody must be blamed! Why not the IPCC?

  2. mjc says:

    Every Ponzi scheme needs a front man.

  3. rah says:

    I can’t think of a single one personally. But then again the only reason why I can think of for the US to be in the UN is that it’s better to have a seat at your enemies table than to be outside looking in trying to figure out what their up to.

  4. geran says:

    IPCC–Irresponsibly Portray Climate as Catastrophic.

  5. BallBounces says:

    “The IPCC projects ten to twenty inches of sea level rise. So alarmists ignore it and make up their own predictions which are much higher.”

    This is because global warming alarmism is now an Olympic event and the Olympic motto is Faster – Higher – Stronger. The beauty of global warming alarmism is the prizes are awarded based on predictions, not outcomes. It is much easier this way.

    • nielszoo says:

      The new event is like “Liar’s Poker” on natural, organic steroids from sustainable ster plants growing in situ (not artificially “planted”) by indigenous, multicultural, polysexual tribal units utilizing carbon free unaltered stone implements as provided by nature.

  6. omanuel says:

    The United Nations’ IPCC is working on UN’s Agenda 21.

  7. tom0mason says:

    Why the UN-IPCC?

    The UN-IPCC mandate is to ensure understanding and proof of the UN’s declared fact that CO2 is causing global ecological destruction, global hardship, and thus global financial inbalances. To that end the UN-IPCC is the platform where re-edited versions of many highly technical, and some scientific research and hypotheses (by many international teams), are coupled with vast tracts of tortuous, and tortured, statistics then blended together into a many volumed, anti-coherent publication.

    This publication provides a fantastically provoking, yet compelling narrative of Malthusian catastrophic doom and despair that is uniquely remarkable. Computerized models are also used by the UN-IPCC contracted “scientists”. These models use stylized versions of these same original authors work to provide highly fantastic, and yet almost realistic, ‘scenarios’ that graphically spell out the ‘projected’ future apocalypses as real data (and so fulfils its obligation to the UN’s for proof).
    No original authors are consulted about how their work is to be used because these authors are too great to be worried by such petty little details. In this matter they are the UN’s useful but expendable, tools.
    Like all UN departments and agencies, one of the main requirements of the UN-IPCC is to maximize employment of bureaucrats, NGOs, administrative policy-making groups, delegates, emissary, fuctionaries, etc, thus spend a maximum of pulic money. In this task the UN-IPCC is moderately successful.

    This dire distraction provided by the UN-IPCC report, and the mayhem that follows in the wake of each publication, allows the true busness of installing the New Whirled Order to secretly proceed uninterrupted.

  8. philjourdan says:

    To suck up $1b/day so the world does not get better off.

  9. KTM says:

    97% is so passe, it’s time to get hip with the 98% meme. Or maybe you should be a trendsetter and be the first to start using 99%.

    The more outrageous the statement, the more quickly it will be institutionalized.

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