Sunday, 13 March 2011

Arab uprisings, earthquake in Japan - it´s all because of global warming!

A couple of weeks ago we were told that the popular uprisings in the Arab countries were caused by global warming. Now the more lunatic fringe of the alarmist climate change movement is claiming that the earthquake and the tsunami in Japan also were caused by global warming.

It is very sad - and a sign of their desperation -  that global warming fanatics are prepared to use any means, even the suffering of millions of people,  for spreading their alarmist nonsense.

It is also sad to see an academic like professor Nicholas Stern participating in the scaremongering:

"Lord Nicholas Stern, one of the world's most prominent climate economists, believes that failure to address global warming could eventually lead to World War III."

In an exclusive interview with ThinkProgress, Stern described his current understanding of the stark consequences of inaction, which defy the scope of standard economic language. If no global policy to cut carbon pollution is enacted, there is about a 50 percent risk that global temperatures would rise above levels not seen for 30 million years by 2100, an extraordinary rate of change. The "potentially immense" consequences of this radical transformation of our planet, Stern explained, include the "serious risk of global war"

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