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Paris Conference Leaders Want You to Think the Planet Is Facing a Climate Change Crisis. That’s Not True.

Editor:  The entire idea that what every mammal on the planet exhales and every plant needs to grow, CO², is to blame for the end of the world is a scenario only and idiot would concoct much less believe,  SORRY.

PARIS – Leaders from around the world, including President Barack Obama, have been saying that the COP21, also known as the Paris climate conference, is the last best hope to save the planet from catastrophic warming.

Evidence and observed data, however, suggests otherwise.

History shows us that this isn’t the only time international leaders have cried that the sky is falling when it comes to global warming.

French President Francois Hollande said last week that “Never have the stakes of an international meeting been so high, since what is at stake is the future of the planet, the future of life.”

Obama echoed those sentiments in his opening remarks, claiming that “there is such a thing as being too late. And when it comes to climate change, that hour is almost upon us.”

In 2011 in Durban, Rev. Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit, the World Council of Churches general secretary, called the United Nations UNFCCC COP17 meeting the “last opportunity for the international community to be responsible in addressing climate change.”

At the 2009 United Nations global warming conference in Copenhagen, former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said,

“If we do not reach a deal at this time, let us be in no doubt: once the damage from unchecked emissions growth is done, no retrospective global agreement in some future period can undo that choice. By then it will be irretrievably too late.”

Stavros Dimas, European Union environment minister warned the world that “Copenhagen (is) the world’s last chance to stop climate change before it passes the point of no return.”

Philip Clapp, head of the Washington-based National Environment Trust, said that 2007 was the imperative deadline for countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: “The scientists are telling us that this is the world’s last shot at avoiding the worst consequences of global warming.”

You get the point.

Virtually every international global warming summit has been deemed the last chance for the world. Dismissing problems of world poverty, hunger, disease and terrorism, leaders have claimed that climate change is the world’s greatest problem.

The climate data simply does not suggest that manmade global warming should be at the top of the list of concerns. The climate models international bodies are using to justify regulations and commitments to restrict the use of affordable energy to reduce carbon dioxide are over predicting warming.

As climatologists Patrick Michaels and Paul Knappengerger note,

“Recent climate change literature has been dominated by studies which show that the equilibrium climate sensitivity is better constrained than the latest estimates from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the U.S. National Climate Assessment (NCA) and that the best estimate of the climate sensitivity is considerably lower than the climate model ensemble average. From the recent literature, the central estimate of the equilibrium climate sensitivity is ~2°C, while the climate model average is ~3.2°C, or an equilibrium climate sensitivity that is some 40 percent lower than the model average.”

Even studies that have attempted to refute the 18-year pause…

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.
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