5 Responses to “Governments Real Agenda For Global Warming: James Corbett”

  1. Dublinmick says:

    Once again Corbett has some very simplistic views. Simply because governments wish to limit freedom and impose carbon taxes does not necessarily mean the earth and the entire planetary universe is not warming.

    As he says the United States estimates of temperature are very unreliable. Are Russian scientists also unreliable.

    Climate change is very complicated. There is no debate however sea levels have been rising for sometime and this is not do to any cooling effect.

    What about Russian scientists?


    The heating of our universe can result in more volcanic eruptions. This happening and there is no debate on it. Consequently more volcanic debri in the atmosphere lends to a cooling effect.

    Simplistic ideas of this simply being an attempt impose a carbon tax do little more than muddy the waters.


  2. edbutt says:

    While the climate has always changed for various reasons, Climate Change (NB capitals) aka Global Warming is about the planet heating up solely because of carbon dioxide emitted from human activities, which is not what the Russian scientists are referring to.
    Corbett’s idea that the agenda behind the CO2 diven global warming scare may be simplistic but he’s right, if a little disingenuous in pretending its his own idea. Several leading politicians and United Nations officials have admitted that a Carbon tax, in the form of carbon credits, is needed to get the world out of its economic crisis. The Banksters of course are looking forward to making big money a $trillion per year market in trading carbon credits.
    You see, it is SIMPLES.

  3. Lynn says:

    They are spraying us every day and all day…just read a blog where bees are dead on the ground after this bombardment of Chemtrailing. They know exactly what they are doing. Manipulators are at work around the clock.

  4. salty says:

    ‘Man-made warming’ causing record heat

    Tuesday 26 Jan 2016

    A record-breaking string of hot years since 2000 is almost certainly a sign of man-made global warming, with vanishingly small chances that it was caused by random, natural swings, a study showed on Monday (local time).

    Last year was the hottest since records began in the 19th century in a trend that almost all scientists blame on greenhouse gases from burning of fossil fuels, stoking heat waves, droughts, downpours and rising sea levels.

    “Recent observed runs of record temperatures are extremely unlikely to have occurred in the absence of human-caused global warming,” a US-led team of experts wrote in the journal Scientific Reports.

    Written before 2015 temperature data were released, it estimated the chance of the record run – with up to 13 of the 15 warmest years all from 2000 to 2014 – was between one in 770 and one in 10,000 if the series were random with no human influence.

    Lead author Michael Mann, a professor of meteorology at Pennsylvania State University, told Reuters that the group’s computer simulations indicated those odds including 2015 had widened to between one in 1250 and one in 13,000.

    “Climate change is real, human-caused and no longer subtle – we’re seeing it play out before our eyes,” he wrote in an email.

    Natural variations include shifts in the sun’s output or volcanic eruptions, which dim sunlight.

    “Natural climate variations just can’t explain the observed recent global heat records, but man-made global warming can,” Stefan Rahmstorf, a co-author from the Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact, said in a statement.

    Last month, almost 190 nations agreed at a summit in Paris to the strongest deal yet to shift from fossil fuels towards cleaner energies such as wind and solar power to limit warming.

    Separately on Monday, the UN’s World Meteorological Organisation confirmed US and British data showing 2015 was by far the hottest year on record and noted that a powerful El Nino event, warming the surface of the Pacific Ocean, had stoked extra heat.


  5. salty says:

    How Can We Stop Global Warming?


    January 28, 2016

    In a promising step, leaders from 195 countries agreed to lowering greenhouse gas emissions as a means to lower the planet-wide global warming epidemic in December. The agreement occurred during the annual United Nations Conference on Climate Change, and the hope is that the countries will abide by the new, legally binding contract set to reduce pollution from fossil fuels in the atmosphere — a primary factor in Earth’s rising global temperature, according to the forum’s website.

    These changes, among others on a global and local scale, can help prevent what the increasingly daunting task of keeping global warming under 2 degrees Celsius.

    • 7 Global Warming Facts That Even Critics Can’t Ignore
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    Driving greener cars: It sounds simple, but it’s true. By purchasing a hybrid or electric car, you’d not only help the environment by using less gas (and in turn, fewer carbon emissions), you’d also save yourself a fair amount of money. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, a 40mpg car would save a car owner roughly $3000 over its lifetime when compared to a car that rates 20mpg.

    Thankfully, more electric car options are becoming available on the market, widening the choices beyond just the likes of the Toyota Prius and Chevy Volt.

    The BMW i3 is the German car company’s first zero emissions, mass-produced vehicle.

    According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, tropical deforestation already accounts for 10% of the world’s heat-trapping emissions, which is the equivalent to the annual tailpipe emissions from 600 million cars.

    The best ways to limit widespread deforestation is through the companies that use, of all things, palm oil — which is derived from trees. According to the UCS, palm oil is a widely popular ingredient in a variety of products, such as baked goods, ice cream and shampoo. In other words, a lot of brands find it to be a valuable resource. However, if companies making these products were to implement deforestation-free policies, it could balance the scales and provide a competitive market for greener palm oil.

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