Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Gosh, what a surprise... NOT!

Tim Yeo who has made an absolute fortune from his business dealings in the green sector in selling bird mincers to be subsidised by the likes of you and me now appears to be moving on to the next scam. Well he must be if he's coming out with statements like this...
Humans may not be responsible for global warming, according to Tim Yeo, the MP who oversees government policy on climate change.
The chairman of the Commons Energy and Climate Change committee said he accepts the earth’s temperature is increasing but said “natural phases” may be to blame.
Such a suggestion sits at odds with the scientific consensus. One recent survey of 12,000 academic papers on climate change found 97 per cent agree human activities are causing the planet to warm. Mr Yeo, an environment minister under John Major, is one of the Conservative Party’s strongest advocates of radical action to cut carbon emissions. His comments are significant as he was one of the first senior figures to urge the party to take the issue of environmental change seriously. He insisted such action is “prudent” given the threat climate change poses to living standards worldwide. But, he said, human action is merely a “possible cause”.
The saying involving rats and sinking ships springs to mind a little here does it not?
Thing is, good scientists have been saying for years that the whole climate change scam methodology is deeply flawed and that the earth rather than warming up was actually heading towards another cooling phase. The very fact that Yeo is now alluding to the admission that anthropomorphic driven climate change may not be the case after all suggests that he's about to bail out of the scam and use this statement as proof of his 'denier' credentials when the entire green cash machine comes off the rails later this year (I hope)
I expect we'll get a lot of this sort of thing from the politicians over the next few months as they quietly seek to distance themselves from the scam.

1 annotations:

Mark said...

Won't be giving any of the money back though.