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UN Climate Conference Politics are Showing

China has volunteered that First World countries, such as the U.S., give one percent of their nation’s wealth to poor countries, like themselves, for clean energy development. Nice of them. Unfortunately, the U.S. is dead broke, and in debt up to its eyeballs, so there is no more wealth to be had.

But what is probably being under reported, is the fundamental differences over the actual science of climate change.

On the U.S. Senate Committee on Environmental and Public Works website there is a post entitled “UN Blowback: More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims,” by Marc Morano.  It’s interesting to check out. He cites scientists, using quotes, who dissent from the UN’s global-warming position. He examines faulty analysis and shoddy record keeping.

For example, did you know that weather reporting stations are down in number, from 15,000 in 1970 to 5,000 by the year 2000? And many of those left out were from the Soviet Union, particularly Siberia, leaving the coldest places on the planet from being part of the average global temperature equation.

Some bloggers have done a pretty good job as well, offering links with accompanying snippets on their blogs, doing the research work for you so you can just sit and click. One is Thomas Nelson. His blog links are worth checking out.  Co2 Skeptics is another with some amusing stories and commentary, much of it well-documented.

Another problem the conference saw was pessimism. No longer do many believe that alternative energy technologies and methods can avert climate change. So, few countries are willing to hop on the alternative energy band wagon. And with nuclear energy being dismissed, it seems an impasse has been reached.

All this bickering and fighting and squabbling might just buy us a few more years of freedom from the climate changers plans to rule the world. But keep a close eye on the next conference in Copenhagen.

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