The great green con no. 1: The hard proof that finally shows global warming forecasts that are costing you billions were WRONG all along | Mail Online

English: Graphic illustrating the percentages ...

English: Graphic illustrating the percentages of public opinions on the likelihood of some scientists falsifying global warming research. Based on Rasmussen polling of 1,000 American adults conducted July 29-30, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

For the third blog on global warming, here is an important MailOnline article, published in May 2013. It’s AN IMPORTANT READ. Check it out!

via The great green con no. 1: The hard proof that finally shows global warming forecasts that are costing you billions were WRONG all along | Mail Online.

This supplements the earlier blogs. Open the links to see the first and second articles.

Of course, there is a lot of money supporting the anti-global warming cause. This is a major political consideration because big business and its sponsors would likely lose billions if protecting the environment for future generations became a priority policy.

Any thoughts?

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3 responses

  1. Pingback: RBS hit with £3bn bill as hopes slide for sell-off before election: Bank faces huge new mis-selling scandal | Mail Online « Dr Alf's Blog

  2. I think the game is up just, as my old geography master said it would be, when he predicted a mini ice age and a cooling of the earth which happens every 1500 years when the earth is further away from the sun.

    We need to put people to work and grow our economies and use technology to adapt and solve environmental problems of the kind Dr Alf talks about, not make a rod for our own backs by trying to solve non existing ones.

    For the 2 million school leavers in the UK without work and the 80 million around the world who will never be able to own a home, marry or start a family this issue is critical.

    For the Millenials and the developing world the situation is equally critical if the bulk of their people are to be lifted out of grinding rural poverty.

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