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Jan

2009: The year Copenhagen cooled the world on global warming

Global Warming didn’t really work out very well last year, did it? Such a shame too, it was supposed the year Copenhagen saved the world. PopularTechnology.net has posted some charts, and links to 375 articles that show just how damn bitter ass cold it is.

2009 was another year of global cooling, which saw numerous low temperature and high snowfall records smashed. The Dutch canals froze over for the first time in 12 years, record cold came to Al Gore’s home town and ironically a blizzard dumped snow on the Copenhagen convention where world leaders met to try and stop global warming. It was so cold that even the BBC was forced to ask, what happened to global warming? As Climategate would reveal, IPCC scientists had been hard at work hiding evidence of global cooling. Yet the observational evidence cannot be ignored.

Speaking of the Cophenhagen Climate Conference, if you need just one fact to prove how stupid these guys are, from Al Gore on down, just think about their choice of venues in which to hold the conference–way up north, in Denmark, at the beginning of winter? Now, there’s some real marketing smarts.

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4 Responses to “2009: The year Copenhagen cooled the world on global warming”

  1. I think that what has been scuppered is the notion that anything
    connected with C02 reduction (lol) can be attributed to global cooling;and what we have now is all the MSM and governments
    sticking their fingers in their ears and saying lah lah lah until it (climategate) goes away. A very big gravy train to protect….

  2. Taruni says:

    This from Rense.com
    The Council of Europe member states will launch an inquiry in January 2010 on the influence of the pharmaceutical companies on the global swine flu campaign, focusing especially on extent of the pharma‘s industry’s influence on WHO. The Health Committee of the EU Parliament has unanimously passed a resolution calling for the inquiry. The step is a long-overdue move to public transparency of a “Golden Triangle” of drug corruption between WHO, the pharma industry and academic scientists that has permanently damaged the lives of millions and even caused death.
    EU is on the right path but the entire UN and all its various offshoots must be examined closely and audited. i hazard a guess the activities and their pblic and private beliefs and pronouncements will shock all of the right thinking people of the world.

  3. Taruni says:

    Clarification to my previous post:

    Beginning EU is on the right……………..is my views and not part of Rense item.Thanks

  4. David R. says:

    I think they should of held this con-frence in Dubai.Oh wait didnt it snow a wee bit there too?Cairo then,they could parade around the sand dunes saying this is what England will look like in 5 years.These guys are a joke,and as the world is fighting tooth and nail to stay warm.People are starting to see the light and how they have just being manipulated out of their cash.Climategate has oppened our eyes.Thank God for those hackers.They should be given a Nobel prize for journalism.

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