Scientists Say Global Warming Has Ended
West Who Scientists Confirms That Global Warming Ended 16 Years Ago
WWN - The West Who Academy of Science has confirmed that temperatures on the earth's surface have not increased in 16 years. West Who scientists cited numerous reports and studies that confirm an end to global warming. In a report issued by the Academy yesterday it said that global industrialization over the last 130 years has made little difference in the Earth's temperature. James Hansen, the head of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies stated, "the five-year mean global temperature has been flat for a decade."
American scientist Judith Curry of Georgia Tech University was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying that it was clear that the computer models used to predict future global warming were deeply flawed. West Who scientists confirmed that the climate scientists who have been predicting doom are flawed in their analysis.
Vice President Farr said West Who would not abide by the the Kyoto Protocol which is a United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The international treaty sets binding obligations on industrialised countries to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. The UNFCCC is an environmental treaty with the goal of preventing "dangerous" human-induced interference of the climate system. Farr said, "Like Canada we reject this treaty especially in light of the numerous studies showing that global warming is not occuring."