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IPCC's River Of Lies
| April 27, 2010
| INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
Posted on 04/27/2010 5:59:36 PM PDT by Kaslin
Global Warming: Another shoe has dropped from the IPCC centipede as scientists in Bangladesh say their country will not disappear below the waves. As usual, the U.N.'s climate charlatans forgot one tiny detail.
It keeps getting worse for the much-discredited Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which seems to have built its collapsing house of climate cards on sand or, more specifically, river sediment.
After fraudulent claims about Himalayan glaciers, African crop harvests and Amazon rain forests, plus a 2007 assessment report based on anecdotal evidence, student term papers and nonpeer-reviewed magazine articles, the panel's doomsday forecast for Bangladesh has been exposed as its latest hoax.
According to the 2007 report, melting glaciers and polar ice would lead to rising sea levels and just a three-foot rise would flood 17% of the low-lying country of Bangladesh by 2050 and create 20 million refugees.
Now comes a study from the Dhaka-based Center for Environment and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) that says the IPCC forgot to factor in the 1 billion tons of sediment carried by Himalayan rivers such as the Ganges and the Brahmaputra into Bangladesh every year.
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posted on 04/27/2010 5:59:36 PM PDT
To: Tolerance Sucks Rocks; steelyourfaith
posted on 04/27/2010 6:09:01 PM PDT
(The truth will set us free)
A billion tons of sediment overlooked? Well, I can understand that, I hadn't thought of it either. Besides in the greater scheme of things, what's a billion tons of mud?
Give the ICCP...THE CIPPI...THE PC-ICCP a break, already!!!
posted on 04/27/2010 6:16:49 PM PDT
(You don't have be brilliant, not being stupid is enough.)
To: raptor22; Defendingliberty; WL-law; Normandy; TenthAmendmentChampion; FrPR; enough_idiocy; ...
posted on 04/27/2010 6:22:27 PM PDT
(Warmists as "traffic light" apocalyptics: "Greens too yellow to admit they're really Reds."-Monckton)
It would be interesting to look at sediments in Bangladesh to confirm where sea level was during the Medieval Warm Period.
posted on 04/27/2010 6:27:38 PM PDT
(The RINOcrat Party is still in charge. There has never been a conservative American government.)
They have to stop quoting real scientists or the whole scam is going to fall apart. BTT.
Global Warming has always been a scam to make some rich and powerful.
ALL Congressmen who voted for Cap & Trade MUST be REMOVED.
They are either Traitors or simply too stupid to hold public office. NO EXCEPTION!
Here is the list:
Updated Congressional Vote Score Card>
Then, after exhausting the list of those who consistently voted Yes (yellow highlight), we need to go after those who gave aid to the enemy within.
posted on 04/27/2010 6:37:26 PM PDT
by Texas Fossil
(Government, even in its best state is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one.)
posted on 04/27/2010 7:58:11 PM PDT
(No thanks. We have enough government already. - The Tick)
Computer models again I s’pose. Seems to be the source of many modern problems. Garbage in, garbage out.
posted on 04/27/2010 8:35:21 PM PDT
(Xin loi minh oi)
Reid and Graham still pushing cap ant trade, Germany and Australia have recently backed off.
posted on 04/28/2010 4:58:34 AM PDT
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