At the United Nations climate confab in Cancun, Mexico, this week, the usual set of phony claims were once again trotted out to try to scare the world into submission.
Claim One: A four-degree rise in global temperature is likely to occur during the 21st Century.
Claim Two: sea levels will rise two meters by the end of the century, with the islands nations of Maldives and Tuvalu already threatened by inundation.
Claim Three: developed countries should immediately implement energy-rationing systems to mandate the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, thus reducing the imminent threats imposed by global warming.
Then there’s the claim that the solution to climate change is rationing. This is the most troubling assertion of all, as we have an administration running the White House that believes this plan is worthy. Note President Obama’s Director of Science and Technology Policy, John Holdren, who has written, “A massive campaign must be launched in North America to restore a high-quality environment and to de-develop the United States…This effort must be largely political.”
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