National Geographic Still Referencing Discredited IPCC Report as Fact

It’s clear at this point that no matter how much of the fraud is exposed, people with a vested interest in perpetuating the global warming sham — be it a financial interest or those simply trying to stave off the government’s warming extortionists from descending upon them — will keep pushing it no matter what.

The Gorebots are like people robbing a bank who just had their masks taken off mid-heist. Their faces have been seen by the customers and recorded by the security cameras, but at that point they know there’s no turning back.

The latest example is this scare piece in National Geographic:

U.S. in “Bad Shape”

Climate change is predicted to raise global sea levels, for example, between 7 and 23 inches (18 and 59 centimeters), according to a 2007 report by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Of the areas most at risk, the United States is in particularly “bad shape,” Paskal noted. More than half of the U.S. population—and its associated energy facilities—lives along the coasts, where sea level rise is predicted to hit hardest

That’s rich: The US is in bad shape. Why? Because of a prediction that isn’t materializing that was taken from a report that’s been discredited.

N.G. either hasn’t heard that the legitimacy of the IPCC’s report has been debunked (to say the least), or they just don’t care because they have some sort of vested interest in continuing to perpetuate the hoax.

This was in the news long before the above National Geographic story came out:

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change claimed in 2007 that rising temperatures had already caused an increase in the number and severity of natural disasters.

But it has now emerged that the panel had based the claims on one unpublished report that had not been subject to proper scrutiny by other scientists.

The report’s own author later withdrew the claim because he felt the evidence was not strong enough – and has now criticised the IPCC for being ‘completely misleading’.

Does National Geographic not stay up to date on science news? There are Japanese soldiers living in caves on remote South Pacific islands who haven’t heard that the war is over who are more up to speed on current events.

Any “scientist” worth his salt would at the very least have to concede that the “data” that’s been used to justify man-made global warming is very much suspect, and the process needs to be started over on a clean sheet of paper. Some scientists have decided to re-examine the issue in light of recent events, though you’ll notice that some of the most visible warming fear mongerers are not scientists, but rather politicians — something that should sound a bigger warning alarm than it seems to.

Simply put: If the IPCC report were DNA evidence, it would now be considered to have been tainted and everybody it was used to convict would be released. But those at National Geographic, at least in some circles, are still pretending the IPCC report is infallible, due to being either ignorant, naive or complicit — three traits that shouldn’t be welcome in the reputable science community.

It’s too bad, because National Geographic might find that the truth sells more magazines. There are only so many copies Al Gore can buy.

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