UN Admits Glacier Melt Claim is Phony

How many jobs have to die for a lie?

Back in 2007, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued an alarmist report swearing the planet was headed for catastrophe if humans continued to emit carbon dioxide.

Among the more shocking claims was the UN’s assertion that Himalaya’s glaciers would be completely melted by 2035.  Real scientists were immediately skeptical and criticized the hazy figures behind the report.

It turns out they had good reason to be suspicious.  Jean-Pascal van Ypersele, vice-chairman of the UN’s climate panel, has finally admitted to the BBC that Himalayan glacier claim was completely wrong.

He did not elaborate on why exactly they decided to make that widely-criticized claim.

And, sticking to the script, van Ypersele says this one mistake does not invalidate their overall conclusion.  Of course, this is the latest in an endless parade of admitted falsifications that are the entire basis for the “man-made global warming” hoax.

But now the pressure shifts to the U.S. Senate.  The multi-billion dollar “Cap and Tax” scheme, which senators are about to vote on, is being rammed down Americans’ throats because of faked data and falsified claims like this.

Are your senators ready to kill as many as 2.5 million jobs a year, raise your utility bills and create a “carbon credit” speculator scheme that would make Al Gore millions, simply because falsified data told them to?

Give them a call at 202-224-3121 and ask them.