Global warming is dead. Long live, er, 'Global climate disruption'!

President Obama’s Science Czar John Holdren is worried about global warming. Having noticed that there hasn’t actually been any global warming since 1998, he feels it ought to be called “global climate disruption” instead. That way whether it gets warmer or colder, wetter or drier, less climatically eventful or more climatically eventful, the result will be the same: it can all be put down to “global climate disruption.”

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3 thoughts on “Global warming is dead. Long live, er, 'Global climate disruption'!”

  1. Hi,
    We have been aware that the global warming phenomenon is cooked up, and it is encouraging to see your article published in the Telegraph.
    Do you know of any organization or group that is actively exposing this agenda, as we would be interested to lend our support.
    Thanks.
    Peggy

  2. NASA’s “figures” are based on satellite data that conflicts with actual recorded temperatures on earth. The data from the satellites includes an incredibly high number of obviously faulty data points (suggesting temperatures in the midwestern US above 600 degrees F, for instance, at various times). Moreover, the actual recorded temperatures on earth indicate a general cooling trend, thickening of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, etc… I would refer you to the climate policy study on http://www.cato.org for more reference if you would like to read the specific peer reviewed papers, along with the questionable reporting techniques of NASA and NOAA (in particular, the composure of executive data summaries that seem to draw a completely different conclusion than the actual data of the paper in order to retain federal funding).

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