Global Warming / Climate Change Takes a Big Hit!

I’m not sure what’s going on. It’s a given that the mainstream media will cover up this important study done by Duke University, but not even one conservative new site has picked up this story debunking global warming / climate change!

The IPCC, Obama and all the other global warming nut jobs are about to have an “O-&!#$ moment. Duke University just released a study saying there are natural variables that cause “climate wiggles.” Let me get to the punchline right up front.

“the worst-case scenario is unlikely to take place”

Let me rephrase that. What they are saying is: “The world is coming to an end” projections by Obama and the global warming nut jobs are “unlikely to take place.”

I like the way Daily Mail online puts it for them:

“Our climate models are WRONG: Global warming has slowed – and recent changes are down to ‘natural variability’, says study”

Daily Mail continues:

“The study compared its results to the most severe emissions scenarios outlined by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Projected temperature change from 2081-2100 by the IPCC are pictured here. The latest study, however, says this climate model may be wrong”

“This climate model may be wrong.” I doubt Obama and his other global warming nut job friends will admit that statement!

Obama and the Democrats have soaked us for billions of dollars. They have diverted resources, time and money, of our government offices, in pursuit of global warming fund raising schemes for them, their friends  and their families.

It’s time for Republicans to stand up on the podium and shut this down! It’s time to end the war on coal, on gas, on “fossil fuels.”

All these constant lies about temperature increases while ignoring the severe cold changes around the world need to be exposed.

Forward the study to your friends and let’s get the ball rolling!


Peter Shinn
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