Coldest Temps In History Debunk Already Shaky Global Warming Claims
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On December 9th, 2013 the coldest temperature ever recorded came in at a beyond bone-chilling level of 135.8 degrees below zero. This is another in a long string of recent scientific findings that the earth has been cooling at a rapid rate, an obvious contradiction to the years of “Global Warming” fear-mongering we have been subjected to.

In September of 2013 a leaked document from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the world’s foremost authority on all things climate related, conceded that the computer models for global warming and the effects of carbon emissions have been proved to be inaccurate, to say the least. One of the report’s authors, Professor Myles Allen, the director of Oxford University’s Climate Research Network, had this to say:

“We need to look very carefully about what the IPCC does in future. It is a complete fantasy to think that you can compile an infallible or approximately infallible report, that is just not how science works… It is not a bible, it is a scientific review, an assessment of literature. Frankly both sides are seriously confused on how science works – the critics of the IPCC and the environmentalists who credit the IPCC as if it is the gospel.”

Some of the admissions made in the report include such revelations as a “pause” in global warming over the last decade that cannot be accounted for. Experts on the panel are also quoted as saying:

“Most models simulate a small decreasing trend in Antarctic sea ice extent, in contrast to the small increasing trend in observations…There is low confidence in the scientific understanding of the small observed increase in Antarctic sea ice extent.”

Also, in contrast to a 2012 report saying that the earth is recording its warmest temperatures for the past 1,300 years, the newest report states:

“Surface temperature reconstructions show multi-decadal intervals during the Medieval Climate Anomaly (950-1250) that were in some regions as warm or warmer as in the late 20th Century.”

 In layman’s terms, the earth was significantly higher in temperature multiple times in the past, even before such earth destroying periods as the Industrial Revolution.

The report concludes that the computer forecasting software the IPCC created may not have taken into account the natural variances of climate, causing nearly 100% of their predictions to fall far from the mark. How, you may ask, is it possible for an international board of experts on climate to somehow not take the actual CLIMATE into account when attempting to predict future weather forecasts? Money.

It’s a well known fact that many board members of The IPCC are paid millions of dollars a year to perpetuate the theory of global warming. What’s the problem with scientists making money? There isn’t one, necessarily, unless the money is given with the express interest of skewing facts.

These so-called experts run contrary to how the scientific method is supposed to work; by coming up with a hypothesis, conducting an experiment, and finding a conclusion. Climatologists in the field of global warming are given a conclusion, that man is causing the earth to warm, and proceed to conduct experiments to make sure that the outcomes support the verdict that man is responsible for global warming. If these scientists don’t show that humans are the downfall of our entire ecosystem, then they don’t get paid. The conflict of interest in this type of “science” should be obvious. One specific case is our former Vice-President, Al Gore, who recently purchased a multi-million dollar home that is situated on a spot that Al Gore himself claimed would be below sea-level by 2015.

The recent recording of the worlds coldest temperatures simply prove what Professor Allen had to say about his fellow climate change colleagues, that they apparently have no idea how science actually works. (Audrey Mathews – VNN) (Image: Flickr | thejessee)

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