15th April 2011
One more climate change fool hits the dust (millions still remain – in top policy positions)
Someone needs to tell the emperor that he is not wearing clothes.
Who in heaven's name will trust these AGW types any longer? AGW scamsters like Bogardi aren't even smart enough to fool us properly. Had they been intelligent, they would only have been making predictions 100 years into the future – by which time they could have easily milked our panic for all it is worth, fleeced innocent taxpayers of millions of dollars, bought their yachts and enjoyed a good life, and died, laughing their way to "the bank".
If these "experts" keep making such foolish 5-year predictions that can be easily falsified, they'll lose even their existing jobs! I do request these "brilliant" fools – who (currently) make a roaring living off the AGW scam (well, it is almost a scam, given the 1000s of failed explanations and hypotheses that sorely stretch our credulity) – that they should at least learn to fudge properly!
Refugee crisis! David Adam, The Guardian, 12 October, 2005:Rising sea levels, desertification and shrinking freshwater supplies will create up to 50 million environmental refugees by 2010, experts warn today. "There are well-founded fears that the number of people fleeing untenable environmental conditions may grow exponentially as the world experiences the effects of climate change," Dr Bogardi [UNESCO water services division chief] said. "This new category of refugee needs to find a place in international agreements. We need to better anticipate support requirements, similar to those of people fleeing other unviable situations." [See this]Or maybe not. Gavin Atkins, Asian Correspondent, April 11, 2011In 2005, the United Nations Environment Program predicted that climate change would create 50 million climate refugees by 2010. These people, it was said, would flee a range of disasters, including sea-level rise, increases in the numbers and severity of hurricanes, and disruption to food production. A very cursory look at the first available evidence seems to show that the places identified by the UNEP as most at risk of having climate refugees are not only not losing people, they are actually among the fastest-growing regions in the world.