• COMMENTARY: Democrats on Withdrawal from the Paris Accord: “Don’t Do What I Do, Do What I say.”


    Soapboxis reported on the 25 dirtiest cities in the world and not one American city is in the top 25.  Politifact, a winner of the Pulitzer Prize, reported that 15 out of the 20 worst polluted cities in the world are in India and China, who, by the way, have exemptions under the Paris Accord. China has suggested that its CO2 emissions will most likely peak in 2035, but no guarantee. Forbes magazine in a recent article ranked the top 10 dirtiest cities in America, and Democratic mayors run all ten. If Democrats are so committed to climate change, why do they run the most polluted cities in America? What are their plans to clean the air and lower the temperature in these cities?

    97.4% of Claims about Climate Change Were Wrong.

    A new study by a “group of mean reactionary science purists” at the Journal Nature Climate Change took a look at 117 of the Left’s wild claims.  Its results are devastating for Gore and the Left. They show that 114, or 97.4%, of them were wrong. They weren’t just a little “ooops, I hit the wrong number on my computer – wrong, but wrong by a you – don’t – know – what – in- the – world – you’re –are talking – about” wrong.  The average “mistake” was an overstatement of global warming by double actual reality.”

    Nine years ago former Vice President Al Gore predicted that computer modeling is suggesting that the north polar ice cap may lose virtually all of its ice within the next seven years. “Some of the models suggest that there is a 75 percent chance that the entire north polar ice cap, during some of the summer months, could be completely ice-free within the next five to seven years.” His prediction should have come true in 2013, but it went the other way as the polar ice cap grew.  The question is, why should we believe anything they are predicting? If they can’t get the next eight years right, then how can we consider that they can get the next 83 years right?

    Reduce Household Income by $4,000 per Year.

    Another reason for leaving the Paris Accord: A U.S. Energy Information Administration economic forecasting model indicates that a proposed 70% cut in CO2 emissions will cause gasoline prices to rise 77% over baseline projections, kill more than 3 million jobs, and reduce average household income by more than $4,000 each year.

    Why Are Longer-Term Forecasts Less Accurate?

    TimeDate.com says, “Weather forecasts still have their limitations, despite the use of modern technology and improved techniques to predict the weather. For example, weather forecasts for today or tomorrow are likely to be more dependable than predictions about the weather about two weeks from now. Some sources state that weather forecast accuracy falls significantly beyond about ten days.” How is it possible to forecast the surface temperature 83 years out when we can’t be sure what it will be ten days out?

    32,000 Scientists with a BSc or Higher Qualification Don’t Agree.

    There are several claims that large numbers of scientists do not agree with the theory of climate change; the best known being a petition organized by the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine (the OISM petition). This petition now appears to be signed by over 32,000 people with a BSc or higher qualification.

    Climate Change Is about Wealth Transfer

    In other words, the real reason is Money, and “Wealth Re-Distribution.” It is estimated that governments between now and the end of the century will spend a minimum of $68 trillion to effect a 1-degree change. We know how well governments can count and forecast. I find it amazing that people believe that man has at his disposal the ability to predict what is going to happen 80 years in the future, much less the ability to forecast the costs.

    Can anybody project what we would be spending 83 years out?

    Back to the money, for it is the real issue. 192 nations of the world currently have a GDP of $126 trillion.  I find it hard to believe that the 83-year predictions of $68 trillion are any more accurate than the forecast of the temperature of the earth in the year 2,100.

    Stop and think for yourself.

    In this article, we have explored a lot of numbers, and it is maybe confusing to a lot of people, so it should boil down to two questions so that you can make up your mind about climate change.

    Question #1 Is it possible for any human being to know what is going to happen 83 years in the future. If that were true, then we would have had no wars or depressions.  Yes_____ NO______

    Question #2 Can any government predict what anything will cost 83 years from now?    Yes _____  No_______

    You were born with common sense and to use it when you vote, not only on these two questions, but also when you vote in the next election.

    Dan Perkins

    Dan Perkins is a novelist who has written a trilogy on a terrorist attack against the United States. The Brotherhood of the Red Nile series is available at Amazon.com. Mr. Perkins book web site is www.danperkins.guru.

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