Saturday, September 14, 2013


An attack on Syria would be an attack on the climate |
little is said of the fact that a U.S.-led attack on Syria would be a attack on the entire world. This attack would release lethal quantities of CO2, an indiscriminate killer already known to cause at least 300,000 deaths every year, through an increasing amount of floods, droughts, hurricanes, heat waves, wildfires, and more.

By 2030, carbon-induced climate chaos could kill 500,000 annually.
Warmism’s recurring theme: ‘Things did not go as expected: a frustrating mix of unpredictable weather and Murphy’s Law’ |
What must have seemed like a publicity sure bet when the voyage began in June ended in hasty retreat as an unexpectedly cold season saw the Arctic’s summer ice cover almost one million square kilometres more than the previous year.
National Academy of Sciences admits climate debate not over: ‘Genuine and important uncertainties remain’ |
From the new National Academy of Sciences report on climate modeling:
Missing Extreme Weather: German Meteorologists Confirm Global ACE 2013 Far Below Normal
It’s now halftime for the 2013 hurricane season (June 1 – November 30) and German meteorological site writes that “Hurricanes are less than expected“.

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