Monthly Archives: January 2014

Exposing the IPCC’s Fraudulent Climate Science

In a video exposé of the numerous inconsistencies and falsified data contained within the IPCC’s most recent assessment of the state of climate science, James Corbett makes a number of excellent points in his efforts to enlighten the world to the fraud that is being perpetuated upon us. The 2013 assessment which has arrived 5 years after the 2007 report which warned us of dire circumstances and unprecedented anthropogenic climate events, is even more dramatic than the last. The new report states that the IPCC’s scientific consensus is that humans are the dominant cause of climate change with a certainty of 95% (up from 90% in 2007) and Global Warming is “unequivocal” even though the earth had actually been cooling for the majority of the time between report releases.

Most people will inevitably believe that the IPCC reports are based on legitimate science using the correct scientific method, but just how are these uncertainties calculated? Has anybody really looked into how the IPCC processes really work? James dissects the new report to show us a huge level of inconsistencies and bias within the pages of the report, from molding statistics to support the UN’s Global Warming agenda, to blatant lies that we can only expect that they never thought the public would ever pick up on. Take a look at this excellent breakdown of the assessment for yourself to learn more.

In the above 45 minute video James gives a full analysis of all the recent IPCC and supporting hype from the mainstream media, and examines and debunks the organizations processes and conclusions. If 45 minutes is too long for you to watch or you already distrust the IPCC and just want to know the gist of the arguement, take a look at this 2 minute video about how the IPCC came to it’s “scientific” conclusion that we as a species are the main cause of climate change with a 95% certainty.

More great videos like these on other important political and global issues can be found on James’ YouTube channel – The Corbertt Report.

Top climate scientists and experts were in uproar upon the release of the report; trashing many of the the methods, findings and claims it contained. Based on leaked drafts of the controversial assessment, critics had been ridiculing and debunking the IPCC’s climate claims since the several weeks prior to the official release. After the official report release in Stockholm, the deluge of criticism accelerated, with more than a few top scientists calling for the UN’s IPCC to be disbanded entirely.

Climate scientists aren’t the only one who are losing confidence in the IPCC and the UN’s authority on Global Warming/Climate Change. A recent online survey taken by an marketing agency BrisDigital based in Brisbane, showed that the majority of the Australian public have little confidence in the IPCC’s findings and believe that more analysis should have been done before implementing such “fixes” as the Carbon Tax. A spokesperson for the digital marketing agency did however comment on their results stating that their may have been a bias within their data due to only people who are educated on the topic or have an interest in it choosing to take their survey. “There may be a large proportion of the population who remain uneducated and uninformed on the topic of the IPCC and Climate Change in general, and their views may not be fully reflected in our findings” he said.  The full spectrum of results can be viewed on the BrisDigital agency website.

Despite this, and amid a plethora of skepticism and protest the UN and it’s IPCC still maintain their stance on the impending anthropogenic doom the earth is facing. Just how much longer can they keep their heads in the sand?

Hockey Urges For Repeal As Inflation Rises

The plan to repeal the carbon tax by the federal government has so far been a sticky process with the first legislative package rejected by the senate. Because the Labor party and the Greens are still against the bills, there is little to no chance of the federal government getting the bill passed until the seats of the senate change hands on the 1st of July.

In a move to further slow proceedings, the opposition and Greens chose to debate each piece of the legislative package as separate entities. This has angered the treasurer Joe Hockey, who has blamed the former Labor government’s carbon tax for the recent rise in the inflation rate. The consumer price index rose 0.8 per cent in the December quarter pushing the inflation rate to 2.7 per cent from 2.2 per cent in the previous period. This is the highest rate of inflation in two years.

“The inflation rate continues to be impacted by Labor’s carbon tax,” said Mr Hockey on Wednesday. He went on to say that “Labor senators should stop standing in the way of cost-of-living relief for Australian families and vote to repeal the carbon tax when parliament resumes.”

The repeal of the tax cannot come soon enough for some local business owners. Rod Bishop from Snowcentral in Brisbane’s North said he may no longer be able to afford to tune snowboards in his business’ state of the art Wintersteiger Tunejet machine due to rising energy costs believed to be associated with the tax.

And it appears he is not alone. A spokesperson from Ray White Project Marketing Queensland recently commented at a community meeting in Brisbane’s East on the potential negative influence the tax is having on consumer spending. “People are more conscious with their money” she said. Implying that their money is not going as far as it once did taking into account rising living costs. “This has also led to buyers losing confidence in their ability to repay loans on new apartments. We used to receive a steady influx of purchases off the plan; but this rise in inflation as definitely minimized this.”

The federal government has put forward numbers stating that the repeal of the tax would save Australian families and businesses an average of $550 next financial year. However, some of the Labor senators believe that it will cost the Australian taxpayer more to shut down the $10 Billion Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC).