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This can't be said enough...
Meanwhile, those who have pinned their beliefs about climate Armageddon on the manipulated data of those with political and financial objectives now have to deal with the results of an inconvenient lie... the crisis of global warming belief.This has been verified:
The next issue is not scientific, but political. The scientific debate can be resolved with real data; the political debate is purely rhetoric and emotion... much more difficult to resolve.
Too many politicians have staked a large part of their reputation on "saving" us from the imminent danger of climate disaster with non-scientific understanding of the role of CO2 in the climate... simplistic thinking. Walking away from their position means they are subject to the criticism of being "dupes." That is a career-ender for a politician. It is far easier for politicians to ignore facts and press ahead with positions. Look for President Obama to do just that in Copenhagen.
Stupidity has its own rewards.
World leaders spruik climate deal chances"Global warming" will no longer be discussed.
Hopes for a new global climate pact have risen after rich nations at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Trinidad and Tobago offered to help poorer countries bear the costs of implementing any deal.
Commonwealth countries are home to two billion people, or a third of the planet's population - including major global players like Britain and India, and smaller island states like Nauru and the Maldives.
The United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen joined 53 Commonwealth leaders to work on the issue of climate change ahead of next month's conference in Copenhagen.
"Success in Copenhagen is in sight," UN chief Ban Ki-moon told the summit.