Scientists Contradict Obama’s UN Speech

President Barack Obama spoke before the United Nation’s “Climate Change Summit” today. 

No nation, however large or small, wealthy or poor, can escape the impact of climate change.  Rising sea levels threaten every coastline.  More powerful storms and floods threaten every continent.  More frequent droughts and crop failures breed hunger and conflict in places where hunger and conflict already thrive. On shrinking islands, families are already being forced to flee their homes as climate refugees.  The security and stability of each nation and all peoples — our prosperity, our health, and our safety — are in jeopardy.  And the time we have to reverse this tide is running out.  
And yet, we can reverse it.  John F. Kennedy once observed that “Our problems are man-made, therefore they may be solved by man.”  It is true that for too many years, mankind has been slow to respond or even recognize the magnitude of the climate threat. It is true of my own country, as well.  We recognize that.  But this is a new day.  It is a new era.  And I am proud to say that the United States has done more to promote clean energy and reduce carbon pollution in the last eight months than at any other time in our history.

Obviously,  Obama isn’t listening to some of the leading scientists on so-called “global warming,” or it’s current PC term “climate change.” 

Last week, Professor Mojib Latif of Germany’s Leibniz Institute gave a speech about global warming climate change.   The Calvary Herald is about the only media that covered the event, for obvious reasons.

Latif is one of the leading climate modellers in the world. He is the recipient of several international climate-study prizes and a lead author for the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). He has contributed significantly to the IPCC’s last two five-year reports that have stated unequivocally that man-made greenhouse emissions are causing the planet to warm dangerously.

Yet last week in Geneva, at the UN’s World Climate Conference–an annual gathering of the so-called “scientific consensus” on man-made climate change –Latif conceded the Earth has not warmed for nearly a decade and that we are likely entering “one or even two decades during which temperatures cool.”

The global warming theory has been based all along on the idea that the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans would absorb much of the greenhouse warming caused by a rise in man-made carbon dioxide, then they would let off that heat and warm the atmosphere and the land.

But as Latif pointed out, the Atlantic, and particularly the North Atlantic, has been cooling instead. And it looks set to continue a cooling phase for 10 to 20 more years.

So, who do we believe here?  The most partisan President in the history of this country trying to further an extremely liberal agenda, or a scientist whose past research indicates that global warming is indisputable and now says he was wrong? 

But it is increasingly clear that global warming is on hiatus for the time being. And that is not what the UN, the alarmist scientists or environmentalists predicted. For the past dozen years, since the Kyoto accords were signed in 1997, it has been beaten into our heads with the force and repetition of the rowing drum on a slave galley that the Earth is warming and will continue to warm rapidly through this century until we reach deadly temperatures around 2100.

While they deny it now, the facts to the contrary are staring them in the face: None of the alarmist drummers ever predicted anything like a 30-year pause in their apocalyptic scenario.

Latif says he expects warming to resume in 2020 or 2030.

In own words during the speech, Latib said that he is “not one of the sceptics.  However, we have to ask the nasty questions ourselves or other people will do it.” 

The New Scientist also published parts of the speech.

Latif said NAO cycles also explained the recent recovery of the Sahel region of Africa from the droughts of the 1970s and 1980s. James Murphy, head of climate prediction at the Met Office, agreed and linked the NAO to Indian monsoons, Atlantic hurricanes and sea ice in the Arctic. “The oceans are key to decadal natural variability,” he said.

So, instead of facts from leading scientists on the issue of global warming climate change, President Obama used his typical “crisis” and “urgency” defense to try and force stupidity down our throats.

Mr. Secretary, as we meet here today, the good news is that after too many years of inaction and denial, there’s finally widespread recognition of the urgency of the challenge before us. We know what needs to be done.  We know that our planet’s future depends on a global commitment to permanently reduce greenhouse gas pollution.  We know that if we put the right rules and incentives in place, we will unleash the creative power of our best scientists and engineers and entrepreneurs to build a better world.  And so many nations have already taken the first step on the journey towards that goal.  
But the journey is long and the journey is hard.  And we don’t have much time left to make that journey.  It’s a journey that will require each of us to persevere through setbacks, and fight for every inch of progress, even when it comes in fits and starts.  So let us begin.  For if we are flexible and pragmatic, if we can resolve to work tirelessly in common effort, then we will achieve our common purpose:  a world that is safer, cleaner, and healthier than the one we found; and a future that is worthy of our children.

But, has the mainstream media mentioned what this scientist has said?  Have they noted is 180 degree reversal?  No.  It doesn’t fit the liberal template of what they want the public to believe.

2 Responses to “Scientists Contradict Obama’s UN Speech”

  1. How about shelving the idea since half the world want to stick their head in the sand. Let’s talk about energy independence. Perhaps a discussion about less polution so our kids can draw a deep breath now and then? Sort of like fighting Hitler individually instead of the whole Axis.

  2. Global warming is not real. You can bury your head in the sand on that, but it doesn’t change reality. The only reason we have so much legislation on this issue, is because the environmentalists are heavy lobbyists, heavy on the special interest, and they do so many awful things the news cannot help but cover their insanity. It’s what sells…

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