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Hiding Yet Another IPCC Screwup - North African Food Production Shortfall Claim Is Bogus

Here's another example of how foreign press will cover the disaster that is the Global Warming hype machine and how the movement continues to melt down because of outright lying and manufacturing of data, but the U.S. media will cover it up because it doesn't fit their agenda.

It’s not just the threat of Himalayan glaciers disappearing by 2035.

By the way, that reference is to a claim made in the famous IPCC report that the Himalayan glaciers would melt by 2035.  The UN eventually issued a retraction, which was, of course ignored by the US media.

Now another headline grabbing IPCC scare story is melting away.  A report in Sunday’s London Times highlights new humiliations for the IPCC.

The most important is a claim that global warming could cut rain-fed north African crop production by up to 50% by 2020, a remarkably short time for such a dramatic change. The claim has been quoted in speeches by Rajendra Pachauri, the IPCC chairman, and by Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general.

Teaser: 

Here's another example of how foreign press will cover the disaster that is the Global Warming hype machine and how the movement continues to melt down because of outright lying and manufacturing of data, but the U.S. media will cover it up because it doesn't fit their agenda.

It’s not just the threat of Himalayan glaciers disappearing by 2035.

By the way, that reference is to a clam made in the famous IPCC report that the Himalyaan glaciers would melt by 2035. The UN eventually issued a retraction, which was, of course ignored by the US media.

Fish Wrapper Buries Negative Story On Biofuel

Sometimes the bias displayed by the Fish Wrapper is a little more subtle than other times, but it's still there. Today, for instance, they bury a negative story about the down side of biofuel in a side column on page A6.

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A U.N. expert on Friday called the growing practice of converting food crops into biofuel "a crime against humanity," saying it is creating food shortages and
price jumps that cause millions of poor people to go hungry.

Teaser: 

Sometimes the bias displayed by the Fish Wrapper is a little more subtle than other times, but it's still there. Today, for instance, they bury a negative story about the down side of biofuel in a side column on page A6.

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A U.N. expert on Friday called the growing practice of converting food crops into biofuel "a crime against humanity," saying it is creating food shortages and
price jumps that cause millions of poor people to go hungry.

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