Monday, October 24, 2011

ZenTiger IPCC - Lie pollution

Could the number of lies in the world be growing? Could this tip the political situation into an uncontrollable cycle of violent reaction? Do we need to start taxing lie emissions and lies by omission? Is it possible that if we don't apply a tax on lying that politicians will think they are simply inexhaustible, and continue to use up more lies than our political environment can handle? Have we reached "peak lies" on Climate Change and is it time to recognise that they are going to start running out, eventually becoming a weak parody of a lie, a mere hyperbole, until even high tide is seen as incontrovertible proof that the sea level rise over the last 12 hours proves our imminent destruction by man-made CO2 production?

I challenge all readers to take the Amazon free "read inside" this book to get a flavour for the magnitude of lies and distortions that surround the Climate Change Bible - the IPCC report that is touted as all the proof we need. If the world remains silent on the things raised in the book, then I submit we have not reached "peak lies" and that there is scope for a lot more untruths to be uttered before it simply becomes too much.

Hat Tip - Fletch pointed me to this book via a comment on another blog. Want to do a review Fletch?

Book: The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken For The word's Top Climate Expert by Donna Laframboise

Note: This book does not discuss the science of Climate Change, but the politicization of an idea. If we are to trust the science, we need to trust the publications that have implied the highest of standards are adhered to, and this book sheds much doubt on the credibility of the IPCC which has put forward their research as the gold standard of the Climate Change documentation.

1 comment(s):

I.M Fletcher said...

Sure, I'll finish reading the whole thing first and then give it another go :)

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