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Not Again! Another 10-year Climate 'Tipping Point' Warning Issued

Not again! Another 10-year climate 'tipping point' warning issued -- Despite fact that UN began 10-Year 'Climate Tipping Point' in 1989!  

Climate Depot Factsheet on Inconvenient History of Global Warming 'Tipping Points' -- Earth 'Serially Doomed'

Once again, the world is being warned of a climate "tipping point." The latest bout of stern warnings comes from the UK Met Office.

'World has only ten years to control global warming, warns Met Office - UK Telegraph - November 15, 2009

Excerpt: Pollution needs to be brought under control within ten years to stop runaway climate change, according to the latest Met Office predictions. [...] "To limit global mean temperature [increases] to below 2C, implied emissions of CO2 to the atmosphere at the end of the century fall close to zero in most cases."

Inconvenient History of Climate 'Tipping Point' Warnings

ChickenLittleAs early as 1989, the UN was already trying to sell their "tipping point" rhetoric on the public. See: U.N. Warning of 10-Year 'Climate Tipping Point' Began in 1989 - Excerpt: According to July 5, 1989, article in the Miami Herald, the then-director of the New York office of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), Noel Brown, warned of a "10-year window of opportunity to solve" global warming. According to the 1989 article, "A senior U.N. environmental official says entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000. Coastal flooding and crop failures would create an exodus of 'eco-refugees,' threatening political chaos." (LINK) & (LINK)

NASA scientist James Hansen has been warning of a "tipping point" for years now. See: Earth's Climate Approaches Dangerous Tipping Point - June 1, 2007 - Excerpt: A stern warning that global warming is nearing an irreversible tipping point was issued today" by James Hansen.

Former Vice President Al Gore invented his own "tipping point" clock a few years ago. Excerpt: Former Vice-President Al Gore came to Washington on July 17, 2008, to deliver yet another speech warning of the "climate crisis." "The leading experts predict that we have less than 10 years to make dramatic changes in our global warming pollution lest we lose our ability to ever recover from this environmental crisis," Gore stated.

Prince Charles claimed a 96-month tipping point in July 2009. Excerpt: The heir to the throne told an audience of industrialists and environmentalists at St James's Palace last night that he had calculated that we have just 96 months left to save the world. And in a searing indictment on capitalist society, Charles said we can no longer afford consumerism and that the "age of convenience" was over.

The UN chief Ban Ki-moon further shortened the "tipping point" in August 2009, when he warned of 'incalculable' suffering without climate deal in December 2009!

Newsweek magazine waded into the tipping point claims as well. Newsweek wrote: "The longer the planners delay, the more difficult will they find it to cope with climatic change once the results become grim reality." But, Newsweek's "tipping point" quote appeared in a April 28, 1975 article about global cooling! Same rhetoric, different eco-scare.

400x400-obama-warming_thumb21[Climate Depot Editor's Note: The public understands that "we must act now" claims are being manufactured for political purposes. See: Gore: U.S. Climate Bill Will Help Bring About 'Global Governance' - July 10, 2009 - It is no wonder that more and more Americans are rejecting climate fears. See: Polling: 'More Americans believe in haunted houses than man-made global warming' - 37% vs. 36% - October 30, 2009 - For another explanation of why climate fear promoters are failing to convince the public, see: MIT Climate Scientist: 'Ordinary people see through man-made climate fears -- but educated people are very vulnerable' - July 6, 2009]

UK Scientist Philip Stott ridiculed "tipping point" claims in 2007. Excerpt: In essence, the Earth has been given a 10-year survival warning regularly for the last fifty or so years. We have been serially doomed. [...] Our post-modern period of climate change angst can probably be traced back to the late-1960s, if not earlier. By 1973, and the 'global cooling' scare, it was in full swing, with predictions of the imminent collapse of the world within ten to twenty years, exacerbated by the impacts of a nuclear winter. Environmentalists were warning that, by the year 2000, the population of the US would have fallen to only 22 million [the 2007 population estimate is 302,824,000]. [...] In 1987, the scare abruptly changed to 'global warming', and the IPCC (the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) was established (1988), issuing its first assessment report in 1990, which served as the basis of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC).

Related Links:

Another Atmospheric Scientist Dissents: Calls fears of CO2 tipping point 'alarmist, ludicrous, and totally without foundation' - July 13, 2009 - 'Over geologic time there has been 15 to 25 times more CO2 than current concentrations'

Media Tipping Point! Houston Chronicle Reporter Reconsiders Science is 'Settled' Claims! 'I am confused. 4 years ago this all seemed like a fait accompli' - September 6, 2009

Antarctic Tipping Point? 'If we don't act soon, the planet will become a barren ball of ice and snow' - October 2, 2009 - '5 of the 6 years with the greatest Southern Hemisphere sea ice extent have occurred in just the last decade'

2007 - GLOBAL WARMING ALARMISM REACHES A TIPPING POINT - October 26, 2007

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marcmoranoMarc Morano

Marc Morano is the executive editor and chief correspondent for ClimateDepot.com, a global warming and eco-news center founded in 2009.  Marc Morano served for three years as a senior advisor, speechwriter, and climate researcher for U.S. Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), and managed the award-winning communication operations of the GOP side of the EPW Committee. Morano joined the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee as the majority Communications Director in June 2006 after a decade and a half as a working journalist, documentary maker, radio talk show host, and national television correspondent.

Morano's Senate website won the coveted 2007 Gold Mouse Award for being the "Best of the Best." The award was made possible by the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and the National Science Foundation. Morano's website got so many readers in January of 2007 that the volume shut down the entire Senate website, including every Senator's personal websites. Morano spearheaded the 2007 groundbreaking report of 400-plus dissenting scientists and the follow-up 2008 report of 650-plus scientists dissenting from man-made global warming fears. Gallup polling organization essentially recognized the impact of the U.S. Senate EPW website in a May 29, 2008 analysis. "Republican spokespersons and conservative commentators have long challenged IPCC reports as reflecting the 'scientific consensus' on global warming by highlighting the views of a modest number of 'skeptic' or 'contrarian' scientists who question the IPCC conclusions."  Gallup concluded: "Growing skepticism about news coverage of global warming clearly goes hand in hand with Republicans' declining belief that it is already occurring." (LINK)

Morano, who has spent years researching climate change, environmental, and energy issues, traveled to Greenland in 2007 to investigate global warming claims. As Senate staff, Morano also attended the United Nation's climate eco-conferences held in Kenya, Indonesia, and Poland in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

Morano has held both White House and Capitol Hill Press credentials and was a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. He has attended and reported on numerous international eco-conferences and the 2002 UN-sponsored Earth Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa.

 

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