Funding will evaporate like warming has

The global warming troughers are set to see a sharp decrease in the funding of their troughs. As global warming fails to materialise their funding is likely to be slashed. The reality is though that we should be asking for a refund since all the billions pumped into modelling has shown to be about as useful as tits on a bull.

The past 17 years of flat global temperatures are creating a big chill for lots of global warming doom-premised industries. Those experiencing cold sweats must certainly include legions of climate scientists who have come to depend upon the many tens of billions of taxpayer bucks for studies that would have little demand without a big crisis for the public to worry about. And that amount pales in comparison with the hundreds of $ billions we spend on generous subsidies, lost tax revenues and inflated consumer costs for otherwise non-competitive ?green energy? industries which depend upon those scary climate reports, or the insane economic penalties imposed? upon all segments through EPA?s climate-premised regulatory rampage.

Axe the subsidies immediately, stop the bleeding.?

Cooler temperatures blow ill-winds for government bureaucrats, crony-capitalist rent- seekers, and other hucksters whose ambitions depend upon hot air.? Even Western Europe, the cradle of carbon-caused climate craziness and cap-and-trade corruption, is feeling a cold draft. As Alister Doyle, reporting from?Reuters?in Oslo,?recently observed😕?Weak economic growth and the pause in warming is undermining governments? willingness to make a rapid billion-dollar shift from fossil fuels. Almost 200 governments have agreed to work out a plan by the end of 2015 to combat global warming.?

In April, the?Parliament in Strasbourg voted against artificially propping up the price of Emission Trading System?carbon permit prices following the collapse of energy demand in connection with the Continent?s economic crisis. While the low price of carbon allowances is great for energy customers, you can be assured that it is viewed very differently by so-called ?renewable? energy and carbon credit trading promoters who depend upon higher-than-market fossil fuel prices to stay in business.? The Parliament?s veto reflects encouraging recognition that unwarranted, economy-ravaging carbon rationing is a feverish folly.

Time to bring the party to a halt.

Whereas the IPCC has?predicted?that temperatures will rise by 3 degrees Celsius by 2050 if CO2?doubles from pre-industrialized levels of 1750, The Research Council of Norway plugged in real temperature data from 2000 to 2010 and?determined?that doubling would cause only a 1.9 degree Celsius rise. Another study published in the?Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences?links temperature changes from 1750 to natural changes (such as sea temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean) and suggests???the anthropogenic global warming trends might have been overestimated by a factor of two in the second half of the 20th?century?.

Peter Stott, a researcher who authored the most recent IPCC report chapter on global climate projections, has found that climate model projections of an alarming temperature rise are inconsistent with past observations. When he and his colleagues at the U.K.?s Met Office forced the amount of global warming predicted by the models to equal the amount of warming actually observed, the projected future rise to accompany human greenhouse gas emissions dropped substantially. In other words, the better climate models match the past, the less scary the likely future looks.

Stott isn?t alone. Within the past two years, at least seven peer-reviewed studies published in the scientific literature have concluded that the influence of doubling the amount of CO2?in the Earth?s atmosphere is likely to be substantially lower than IPCC has determined and have ruled out the high-end projections.

Surely it is time to have the IPCC disbanded.

Whether cooling continues or not, is there any reason at all to panic? No, and by the same token if, for any reason, global warming resumes as it probably will, again and again following intermittent cool-downs, let?s be grateful for the many human health and welfare benefits it brings. Let?s celebrate times when CO2-dependent agriculture flourishes over extended growing seasons, and when cold-related death rates decline.

Let?s accept the fact that climate changes for many reasons without permission or help from us?it always has?always will?and not always for the worse. And let?s be skeptical about advice from alarmists who obviously depend upon scare tactics to sell us a hot bill of goods.