According to the "Sunday Observer" Climate change 'is accelerating' and this is from yet another new study
I have taken the text below from the following link: -
Climate change 'is accelerating'
The article says: -
The growth of developing economies in Africa, Asia and South America has accelerated global warming far beyond official predictions and it is developed nations that must act to halt the potentially catastrophic consequences, according to a new study from the world's leading temporary power supplier, Aggreko.
It goes on to say: -
The warning, which has shocked environment campaigners, comes from Aggreko's chief executive, Rupert Soames, who said: 'The threat of global warming is far greater than people have previously thought. The consensus figure on the world's power consumption going forward to 2015 is simply wrong.'
Its no wonder people have become hysterical about "Man Made Climate Change" when they read articles quoted from so called official sources. If I had read this without the knowledge of solar activity being the main culprit for the past 60 years worth of climate change, I would have joined a radical group to fight for the cause as well.
This article gives CO2 Sceptics a bad name and its little wonder why so many people disapprove to any of the objections put up to dispute the so called facts of "Man Made Climate Change". When you have articles headed in the Sunday Observer that quote the source as being official its little wonder people never question the complete failure of the science involved
This article then goes deeper and then mentions the source of the findings: -
Soames is referring to the findings of a report Aggreko commissioned from Oxford Economics, the commercial arm of Oxford University's business college. While the International Energy Authority (IEA), states the annual rate of growth in the planet's power consumption will be 3.3 per cent until 2015, the Aggreko study, which studied the growth of developing economies in greater detail than the IEA, puts the figure at 5 per cent.
'What's happening is the developing economies are growing like topsy,' said Soames. 'There's work coming into these countries and when people earn they want to buy mobile phones, TVs and fridges. Now, who are we to tell the developing economies to go without these things to protect the earth from global warming?'
'There are about 8,000 power stations in the world and the vast majority are highly polluting coal-fired things,' he said. 'If the world is serious about making an impact against global warming, then just turn the worst 150 polluters around the world into clean nuclear stations and the effect would be the same as if you immediately took every single car in the world off the road. It'd be that dramatic.
When this journalistic brainwashing is given for people to read as fact, there should be a government health warning placed at the bottom of it.
You may have your own idea as to what it should say, but here is the warning I would like to see each time this sort of nonsense is printed.
This article is produced on the basis that CO2 is the cause of the current climate change*
*If the IPCC study is wrong then we will apologise for any inconvenience to the stress that it may have given you and the money you are paying to stop "Man Made Climate Change" will be refunded at a later date.
The real warning that should be on this sort of article is for the people of the third world in Africa, Asia & South America.
The powers to be
do not to want you to develop, not on the basis of fact but on the basis of bad science!