Monday, April 20, 2009

GASP!: Obama's Energy Secretary Predicts Certain Doom

Well, Secretary Steven Chu has jumped on the goofball bandwagon along with Al Gore, Dr. Hansen, and Prince Charles. They’re all part of the same cult—the Cult of Global Warming Doom. And why? Well, there are currently substantial barriers to the policies they want to enact (like public doubt), and public fear is the only way these Draconian measures will happen—public fear which can drive political action.

Please read the last three paragraphs I included from the article; they contain the only responses really needed for this idiotic hogwash. Just remember: Experienced, educated weather forecasters can’t ACCURATELY predict what the weather will be like five days from today. Yet, these climate alarmists and opportunists have been deemed so smart (with their human-made computer models) that we’re to believe them when they say what our worldwide climate will be 100 years from now.

PUH-LEAAZZZEEEE!!!! The climate is far more complex than mere weather—thousands of additional variables, both known and unknown. More fear to be found in the GASP! series and Dr. Brignell’s warmlist.

Energy Secretary Offers Dire Global Warming Prediction

Speaking at the Summit of the Americas in the Carribean nation of Trinidad and Tobago, Steven Chu says some islands could disappear if water levels rise as a result of greenhouse-gas induced climate change.

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago -- Caribbean nations face "very, very scary" rises in sea level and intensifying hurricanes, and Florida, Louisiana and even northern California could be overrun with rising water levels due to global warming triggered by carbon-based greenhouse gases, Energy Secretary Steven Chu said Saturday.

Chu's comments followed meetings with environmental ministers attending the fifth Summit of the Americas. He did not shy away from the most perilous predictions about the potential effects of global warming.

He said global temperatures have already risen by 0.8 degree Centigrade, that another 1 degree increase was certain to occur and "there's a reasonable probability we can go above 4 degrees Centigrade to 5 and 6 more."

Chu painted a dire picture of the implications.


"Secretary Chu's assertions on sea level rise and hurricanes are quite simply being proven wrong by the latest climate data. As the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute reported in December 12, 2008: There is 'no evidence for accelerated sea-level rise.'"

Morano said hurricane activity levels in both hemispheres of the globe are at 30 years lows and hurricane experts like MIT's Kerry Emanuel and Tom Knutson of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration "are now backing off their previous dire predictions.”

He said Chu is out of date on the science and is promoting unverified and alarming predictions that have already been proven contrary.

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