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John Kerry: False Prophet of the Climate Apocalypse


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John Kerry: False Prophet of the Climate Apocalypse 

Former Secretary of State John Kerry has a long and notable track record of being a global warming alarmist and now a climate change catastrophist. He authored many failed bills in the Senate that tried to impose carbon taxes on primary energy sources like oil, natural gas and coal, which provide 80 percent of the world's energy.

All the while, Mr. Kerry flies around the world in his wife's private jet living the lifestyle he publicly says is destroying the planet. This is the man President-elect Joe Biden has selected to be his climate czar and shape Biden's climate policy.

Kerry himself laid out an ambitious agenda saying he will address, "the climate crisis as the urgent national security threat that it is." Analyzing what Mr. Kerry has said and written shows he shouldn't be setting climate policy. He has been consistently wrong about the apocalyptic consequences of climate change and wants to pass economically devastating policies that would hurt middle America.

In a 2009 editorial, Mr. Kerry wrote:

"Facts, as John Adams said, are stubborn things. Here are a few you need to know: Atmospheric carbon-dioxide levels have risen 38% in the industrial era, from 280 to 385 parts per million (ppm). Scientists have warned that anything above 450 ppm — a warming of 2 degrees Celsius (3.6°F) — will result in an unacceptable risk of catastrophic climate change."

Mr. Kerry continues, "The truth, is that the threat we face is not an abstract concern for the future. Scientists project that the Arctic will be ice-free in the summer of 2013. Not in 2050, but four years from now."

Those unnamed scientists he quotes were spectacularly wrong, as their predictions of melting glaciers haven't happened. This year's summer Arctic minimum sea ice extent was nearly 1.5 million square miles. And, the Antarctic sea ice extent this September was more than 7 million square miles, the 13th greatest extent recorded by satellite. The growth in Antarctic sea ice is balancing the decline in Arctic sea ice.

His other point also appears to be wrong and alarmist. Our best measurement of atmospheric CO2 is 410 parts per million (ppm) and increasing about 1.8 ppm per year. So, it will take 22 years before we reach the 450 ppm that will "result in unacceptable risk of catastrophic climate change." If you believe Mr. Kerry, we should be battening down our hatches and preparing for doomsday.

There is no way to stop the rising CO2 in the atmosphere. Even the 7 percent reduction in output caused by the COVID-19 recession isn't making a dent in the 1.8 ppm growth in CO2. A recent UN report claims we must reduce the world's emissions by 7.6 percent annually for a decade to keep the increase to 2.7°F. Those types of reductions aren't happening.

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Biden appointed a liar to run climate policy, so don't expect to get any real facts. All his predictions have been so wrong that any rational business would never hire such people again.

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As one pundit put it - you could fit all the climate change denying REAL scientists into a phone booth and Trump happened to hire all of them.

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16 minutes ago, Bogie56 said:

As one pundit put it - you could fit all the climate change denying REAL scientists into a phone booth and Trump happened to hire all of them.

but what about kerry saying no ice at the arctic by 2013...

was he wrong or wasn't he? you address that.

being wrong is a stubborn thing.

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13 minutes ago, NipkowDisc said:

but what about kerry saying no ice at the arctic by 2013...

was he wrong or wasn't he? you address that.

being wrong is a stubborn thing.

:P

That was Gore.

Yep will be a-a-a-all gone.

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1 hour ago, NipkowDisc said:

but what about kerry saying no ice at the arctic by 2013...

was he wrong or wasn't he? you address that.

being wrong is a stubborn thing.

:P

Does it matter that it wasn't 2013 when they are right about it disappearing.

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2 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

but what about kerry saying no ice at the arctic by 2013...

was he wrong or wasn't he? you address that.

being wrong is a stubborn thing.

:P

".........Fact Checker's ongoing database of false or misleading claims made by Trump since assuming office stands at more than 30,500.

Dr. Bandy X. Lee, a forensic psychiatrist and author of "Profile of a Nation: Trump's Mind, America's Soul" told ABC News she viewed Trump's "pattern of lying seems to consist of beginning with a conscious lie intended to deceive others -- or to cover up who he really is -- "

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/legacy-lies-trump-weaponized-mistruths-presidency/story?id=75335019

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11 hours ago, Bogie56 said:

Does it matter that it wasn't 2013 when they are right about it disappearing.

but you can't know that. now you say inaccuracy does not matter.

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41 minutes ago, NipkowDisc said:

but you can't know that. now you say inaccuracy does not matter.

:P

If I told you that you were going to die within the next 50 years could you say it wasn't true because I couldn't pinpoint an exact  date?

It's amazing the arguments that the right wing collectively uses to throw up stupid smokescreens.

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Denyers of "global warming" and "Climate change" all claim they're scams or hoaxes.  Most who claim they're both facts point to them as the reason for the inordinate amount of anomalous weather we've been experiencing in recent decades.  But I've given Those who deny the existence of both ample opportunity to give an intelligent explanation for those weather oddities and to list the sources of their information and have yet to get ANY response.  

Sepiatone

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43 minutes ago, Sepiatone said:

Denyers of "global warming" and "Climate change" all claim they're scams or hoaxes.  Most who claim they're both facts point to them as the reason for the inordinate amount of anomalous weather we've been experiencing in recent decades.  But I've given Those who deny the existence of both ample opportunity to give an intelligent explanation for those weather oddities and to list the sources of their information and have yet to get ANY response.  

Sepiatone

They only go by "since records were kept" which only goes back about 150 years.  This is way too short of a time span to make judgement on climate.  Th Earth has always had hot and cold swings which are more pronounced during changes in solar output, orbit, Earth's wobble, etc. The past 150 years is not a so called normal.

Unlike  sci fi movies  i.e. "Geostorm", man will never control the climate.  He can try, but life can be so disappointing.

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If we ever have another Santorini or Tambora   scale eruption, the same alarmist will be BEGGING for greenhouse gases just to warm things up a little. It's not an if but a when!

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3 hours ago, Sepiatone said:

Denyers of "global warming" and "Climate change" all claim they're scams or hoaxes.  Most who claim they're both facts point to them as the reason for the inordinate amount of anomalous weather we've been experiencing in recent decades.  But I've given Those who deny the existence of both ample opportunity to give an intelligent explanation for those weather oddities and to list the sources of their information and have yet to get ANY response.  

Sepiatone

you mispelled Denier.

:D

 

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8 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

now he looks like a typical emasculated liberal. just look at him trying to give an effeminate valley girl reaction.

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But the flannel shirt balances out the valley girl reaction. Like totally. 

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19 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

you mispelled Denier.

:D

 

Thanks.  But my !*@#%@** spell check disapproved both spellings.    And incidentally, you misspelled "misspelled".  ;) 

Sepiatone

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