BBC Net Zero Extremists Still Peddling Destructive Carbon HOAX – The Future Is Sailing Ships

Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist: ‘Climate Crisis’ Narrative Is a Hoax

Dr. John Clauser, the co-winner of the 2022 Nobel Physics prize and one the world’s leading authorities on quantum mechanics, blasted “climate emergency” claims as a “dangerous corruption of science that threatens the world’s economy and the well-being of billions of people.”

Clauser, who was also awarded the 2010 Wolf Prize in Physics, the second most prestigious physics award after the Nobel, warns that misguided climate science is a hoax that is being driven by “massive shock-journalistic pseudoscience.”

Claims of a “climate crisis” are being promoted around the globe by governments and their media accomplice in an effort to comply with the green agenda goals of the World Economic Forum (WEF), United Nations (UN), the World Health Organization (WHO), and other unelected globalist organizations.

Meeting these goals typically involved plans to slash the quality of life for most of the general public while ramping up taxes to “save the planet.”

Meanwhile, the handful of powerful elites promoting the green agenda will continue to fly around in private jets and eat meat because they are “part of the solution.”

Note the blind acceptance of doomsayer CO2 dogma by the BBC / Author. Any other opinion no matter how qualified is verboten.

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BBC Future World – What would net-zero shipping look like?

By Isabelle Gerretsen
8th July 2023
The International Maritime Organization has set a net-zero goal “by or around 2050”. What is needed to reach this?

At a UN summit, countries have agreed to curb shipping emissions to net zero “by or around 2050”.

At the annual meeting of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), countries agreed to cut emissions by 20% by 2030 and 70% by 2040, compared to 2008 levels, and 100% by or around 2050. Small island nations and richer countries had called for a 50% reduction by 2030 and 96% by 2040.

Kitack Lim, Secretary-General of the IMO, described the deal as a “monumental development [that] opens a new chapter towards maritime decarbonisation”. But campaigners warn that the deal is flawed and will fail to bring the shipping industry in line with the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global temperature rise to 1.5C by the end of this century.

Shipping is a highly polluting industry, responsible for nearly 3% of global emissions and generating around one billion tonnes of greenhouse gases each year – roughly the same amount as Germany’s carbon footprint. If it were a country, the shipping industry would be the sixth largest polluter in the world.

Reducing maritime emissions rapidly in the next three decades will require new regulations, infrastructure and fuels. But what might green shipping of the future look like?

Wind-powered ships

The shipping industry can reduce its reliance on fossil fuels by turning to an ancient technology: sails. Wind propulsion is considered one of the most promising energy sources available for the rapid decarbonisation of shipping.


Whilst we should pity these propagandised true believers we should not pander to their insane fears and nor should the state funded broadcaster peddle this propaganda and political agenda.


Sailing ships dominated the world’s oceans, transporting cargo across the world and providing military reach for the world’s Navies. Sails were the principal power of ships from the mid-1500s until the mid to late 1800s, when steam propulsion became the dominant form of power for ships of nearly every kind.

A German built 4 mast vessel rated at around 3000 tons of cargo, 375ft feet long and build in Hamburg in 1905, is widely considered to be last true ocean-going sailing cargo ship in use. Its final major cargo journey was in 1949 sailing around Cape Horn.




2 Responses to “BBC Net Zero Extremists Still Peddling Destructive Carbon HOAX – The Future Is Sailing Ships”

  1. ian says:

    It is indeed a hoax. I posted an article by the brave Dr Clauser a few days ago. What will they think of next. Wind powered ships, who\d have thunk it. The Rothschilds have a wind powered boat, but the crew needs a private jet to fly them about. I keep forgetting though, the zero carbon’s just for us. They’re special and don’t need to obey rules. They flew the crew out to bring the boat back from the US after sailing lovely Greta meter maid over in it.

  2. Chris x says:

    The green environmentalists are like watermelons. Green on the outside and red on the inside.

    Just another communist scam.