Global-Warming Scammers Credibility, Not Islands, Sink beneath the Waves
By Mercia -- New research has shown that the Pacific islands which the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) claimed would sink beneath the oceans as a result of “man-made” global warming are in fact rising and getting bigger.
According to detailed research undertaken by Professor Paul Kench of New Zealand's Auckland University, 80 percent of the islands in question have shown an increase in size or have remained unchanged in terms of area over the last 50 years.
Professor’s Kench’s conclusions are based upon a comparison of highly-detailed archived satellite images of dozens of the Pacific islands taken decades apart.
The research concludes that the IPCC's “gloomy prognosis” for these island groups is incorrect and that the “physical foundation for these countries will still be there in 100 years.”
The islands in question are the Mid and South Pacific nations that the oft-discredited UN body claimed would cease to exist by the mid twenty-first century, having succumbed to massive rises in sea-levels caused by the activities of industrialised nations.
The UN’s “expert” IPCC claim, just like its predictions in respect of rainfall in the Amazon basin, greater frequency of Katrina-size hurricanes, the inundation of the Netherlands, drought in Africa and disappearing Himalayan glaciers, has therefore been revealed to be yet another lie.
In the same way as the British government is dependent upon its Met Office for “findings” which justify its proposed plans for the imposition of unnecessary green taxes to fund its globalist green bank project, the UN is dependent upon the “findings” of its “independent” IPCC for the “research” which underpins its multi-trillion dollar project leading to what it describes as “global governance.”
Many claim that both the UN and British government's climate agencies are pursuing political-economic agendas, rather than scientific ones.
Observers suspect the publication of this report (which, unlike most IPCC data has been subjected to peer-review), will be not be welcomed by the supposedly independent review committee currently "evaluating" the demonstrably flawed original “findings” of the IPCC.
Indeed, the independence of the academic body providing the review-committee has itself been called into question because of its promotion of the IPCC's “man-made” global warming claims.
In addition, the financial dependence of its members upon funding from governments (including Britain’s) known to be supportive of the UN's globalist agenda has also called their objectivity into question.
It is widely anticipated that this “independent” review body will vindicate (some prefer the term "whitewash") the IPCC when it reports later this year.
However, the latest research from Professor Kench, as published in latest issue of New Scientist magazine, shows that it is not island-states that are rapidly disappearing from sight, but the credibility of the IPCC and all associated with it.