The whole Armageddon thing is becoming tedious.
So is the whole over-reach-hysterics generated by the believers in global warming / climate change / extreme weather events.
The next United Nations climate report will ''scare the wits out of everyone'' and should provide the impetus needed for the world to finally sign an agreement to tackle global warming, the former head of the UN negotiations said.Not fucking likely to scare the wits out of me, unless they've built a computer model that reflects real world data and dynamics, and unless the new report explain - without hyperbole or make-believe - why global temperatures haven't risen since 1997.
Yvo de Boer, the UN climate chief during the 2009 Copenhagen climate change talks, said his conversations with scientists working on the next report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change suggested the findings would be shocking.
"That report is going to scare the wits out of everyone,'' Mr de Boer said in the only scheduled interview of his visit to Australia. "I'm confident those scientific findings will create new political momentum.''
Yes, it's such a short time frame for the Earths cyclical climate, isn't it? Yet the same experts peddling this stuff have claimed 15 years to be absolute, unequivacle, indisputable proof of warming.
A grain of sand is only an irreversible trend if it supports the prevailing religion.
No matter what happens, there's a new spin, a new yarn, and a stunning denial that the story has lost the plot.
Why also, it much be asked: why oh why, the glee, the excitement at the prospect of scaring the wits out of everybody? That tactic, on it's own, the exaggerated assertions, has done more damage to any good intentions of faith-based climate science than even the most dodgy of unsubstantiated causal claims.
Climate report will shock nations into action