It was only four months ago that I wrote a piece imploring the United Nations to summon Godzilla to fight the Climate Change monster. This was in response to remarks made by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to the Global Environment Forum. In those remarks, Ban Ki-moon said that we had only four months to save the world.
We have the power to change course. But we must do it now.
As we move toward Copenhagen in December, we must “Seal a Deal” on climate change that secures our common future. I’m glad that the Chairman of the forum and many other speakers have used my campaign slogan “Seal the Deal” in Copenhagen. I won’t charge them loyalty. Please use this “Seal the Deal” as widely as possible, as much as you can. We must seal the deal in Copenhagen for the future of humanity.
We have just four months. Four months to secure the future of our planet.
Well, call off Godzilla. Just in the nick of time, a group of scientists at the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom have solved the issue of climate change once and for all. By cleverly coming forward and admitting that the scientific data doesn’t actually reveal any global warming, that data has been manipulated or suppressed, that bogus numbers have been added to create the illusion of global warming, that peer-reviews have been circumvented, that dissenting views have been quashed, and that global warming is now and always has been a great big hoax perpetrated by statists hiding a Red agenda under a Green flag, these scientists have come in like Superman and saved the earth. Thank you scientists! We will never, ever doubt your consensus beliefs again!
Iowahawk brings you the National Geographic special on the Secret Life Of Climate Researchers. Hot Air has information about the somewhat less-than-scientific method of disposing of raw data done by East Anglia. At the Wall Street Journal, Bret Stephens takes a page from Watergate and applies it to Warmergate: Follow the money. Douglas Keenan ropes in more culprits at Pajamas Media.