COP 24, the United Nations climate conference is underway.
The NCA warns of what "might" happen, while 84% of its Key Messages are based on highly speculative modeling of worst case future scenarios.
The USDA has kept crop records since that agency was created in the 1860’s. Over that period – which coincides with “large-scale industrial coal burning” and other recent human activities alleged to increase warming – national average corn yields have increased more than 7-fold.
Call to action! Midnight EST on Wednesday is the deadline for commenting on the wildly alarmist draft National Climate Assessment. As I explained earlier this month here, commenting is pretty easy. Registration is simple and the commenting website works well.
Every comment counts.
The review committee includes no one willing to correct the flaws in the assessment.
The Obama Administration is used to lying about nearly everything, so why not lie and claim that recent weather events are unprecedented, the sky is falling, and the seas are rising? Surely no mainstream "journalist" will challenge any of these claims! But real scientists do! And people are beginning to believe the truth and to doubt the veracity and even the intentions of the liars.
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen lists several reasons that the National Climate Assessment is borderline science fiction and has little basis in reality -- to distract the public from real issues; to justify job-killing regulatory policies; to obscure real-world climate changes; to protect and expand the flow of money to political friends and cronies; and to drive an agenda that is designed, in the words of Chief Science Advisor John Holdren, to "de-develop" the United States.
Read Climate Depot Editor In Chief Marc Morano's statement on the U.S. 2014 National Climate Assessment Report.