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posted: 1/15/2013 4:09 AM

Collapse of global-warming industry

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First, I do not agree with the extent that the global warming has gone. What's not reported is when it is shown to be wrong. Lord Christopher Monckton, former advisor to ex-British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had an opportunity to educate representatives of government and dictatorships at the United Nation climate-change summit in Doha Qatar, about the fact that there has been no global warming for the last 16 years.

The assembly took place Dec. 6, 2012. He said, "In the 16 Years now that we have been coming to these events, their has been no global warming at all."

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The U.K. Met Office data showing that there actually been no observable increase in planet temperatures for more that a decade and a half. His recommendation was to initiate a review of the science to make sure that we are all on the right track.

Their answer was to have the UN security guards escort Lord Monckton out of the Doha summit, then President Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah of Qatarr apologized to the delegates for the brief talk on the lack of global warming. If the truth were to become more widely known, the entire multi-billion-dollar global warming industry that our taxes pay for could collapse.

Robert Chmela

Elgin

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