Over the weekend Danish police arrested 1,225 people in clashes with demonstrators who consider the Copenhagen Climate Change summit’s agenda not radical enough.
Negotiations were temporarily suspended when a block of 77 countries led by China walked out of the talks because they believe that concessions from industrialized countries don’t go far enough in assuming guilt for carbon emissions and making reparation payments to developing countries.
Al Gore, in a speech in Copenhagen, makes statements about melting Arctic ice that are immediately repudiated by the scientist he quotes. (See Inconvenient truth for Al Gore as his North Pole sums don’t add up.)
The Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia removes climate data that has been available for years from their web site. The CRU has been at the center of Climategate, a series of leaked emails and documents that demonstrate the corruption of leading climate scientists. Phil Jones, the director of the CRU had to step down from his position pending an investigation.
Richard Muller, a professor of physics at the bastion of left-wing ideology, the University of California at Berkley, writes in the Wall Street Journal that carbon emissions from industrialized countries are rapidly becoming irrelevant given the developing world’s growing output of carbon.
A chill goes through the gobal warming movement as President Obama gets ready for a visit to Copenhagen later this week to show up at the end of the summit as demanded by the “international community.”
Even with the blind support from the mainstream media, the crack up of the radical global warming agenda is becoming difficult to hide.