Skip to comments.Lead author admits deleting inconvenient opinions from IPCC report
Posted on 12/17/2009 7:29:36 PM PST by mimi from mi
Thursday, December 17, 2009
The latest installment of Jesse Venturas highly successful Conspiracy Theory show exposed millions of viewers on national TV last night to the climate change fraud, blowing a giant hole in the global warming scam by exposing how its adherents comprise wealthy industrialists making billions in profits by fearmongering about the environment.
Ventura and his team attempted to track down the key architects of the scheme, a search which led them to Beijing China and the heavily guarded residence of global warming pioneer and billionaire Maurice Strong.
The show lifts the lid on how the very same alarmists pushing the threat of climate change are profiting in the billions from carbon trading systems in which they have a huge personal stake.
The most damning part of the program is when Ben Santer, a climate researcher and lead IPCC author of Chapter 8 of the 1995 IPCC Working Group I Report, admits that he deleted sections of the IPCC chapter which stated that humans were not responsible for climate change Accusing Santer of altering opinions in the IPCC report that disagreed with the man-made thesis behind climate change, Lord Monckton told the program, In comes Santer and re-writes it for them, after the scientists have sent in their finalized draft, and that finalized draft said at five different places, there is no discernable human effect on global temperature Ive seen a copy of this Santer went through, crossed out all of those and substituted a new conclusion, and this has been the official conclusion ever since
above copied from http://www.prisonplanet.com/exclusive-lead-author-admits-deleting-inconvenient-opinions-from-ipcc-report.html
I’ll withhold judgment on Ventura’s program but good for him for doing Global Warming as one of the first shows.
They went after Strong? Wow.
Is Strong still facing US warrants for his alleged criminal acts in UN Oil for Food program?
Until he fled, he was a board member or the like on the Chicago Carbon Exchange
Takes one to know one...Jesse maybe kooky enough to body slam these “pencil neck geeks”.
I prefer to call it the UN Oil for Palaces program.
Interesting reading about Mr Strong
Biggest scam in the history of scams. While Oil for Food was good for billions, Carbon Trading is good for trillions, enough to buy anyone, enough to sell your soul for and figure you’ve made the deal of the century.
Even climategate isn’t going to stop it, there is simply too much money and too much power at stake. If one pretext doesn’t work, they’ll gladly crank out a hundred more.
It’s all the same to me. There is one enemy and that name is Democrat. It really doesn’t matter who’s been taken over by what. And I don’t see the Democrat Party fighting it either.
They are quite simply the party of destruction. An ideology must have a vehicle for movement, and that vehicle is the Democrat Party. Just as conservatism has to have a vehicle for movement, and that party will once again be the Republican Party.
An ideology or group on its own cannot destroy anything. It must have the backing and power of a party. Hence, the Democrat Party is the party of destruction.
Another article on Mr. Strong that you might find interesting. The last paragraph (conclusions) is a good summary:
And, several trillion tax dollars. We, that's us, are paying for our own destruction. And not one, not 1, elected official of either party calling "BULLSHIITE."
How much of our $100 BILLION yearly share as promised in Copenhagen by Hillary, will go to Mugabe? To Chavez?
I’ll wait too
The Ventura show before it was about the 911 “conspiracy”...about it being an “inside” job.
The switch is also described in Michael Crichton’s “State of Fear.”
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