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Warm and Well Fed, or Hungry in the Dark?


Politicians are continually increasing the risks of electricity blackouts with their dangerous climate policies. It is foolish in the extreme to believe that humans can change the future climate by collecting carbon taxes and covering the hills with wind turbines.

We should ask them: which is worse – gradual man-made global warming or sudden electricity blackout?

Alarmists try to scare us by claiming that man’s activities are causing global warming. Whether and when we may see new man-made warming is disputed and uncertain. If it does appear, the world will be slightly warmer, with more evaporation and rainfall; plants will grow better and colonise some areas currently too cold or too dry; fewer old people will die in winter and sea levels may continue the gradual rise we have seen since the end of the last ice age. There may even be a bit more “green” in Greenland. There is no evidence that man’s production of carbon dioxide is causing more extreme weather events. Any change caused by man will be gradual and there will be plenty of time to adapt, as humans have always done. Most people will hardly notice it.

What is certain, however, is that global warming policies are greatly increasing the chances of electricity blackouts, and here the effects can be predicted confidently – they will be sudden and severe.

More, as well as:

  • Curbing the GW Virus?
  • Growing old waiting for global warming
  • Agenda 21
  • Vale, Margaret Thatcher

Read the full report: http://carbon-sense.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/creating-blackouts.pdf [PDF, 95 KB]

Blackouts in Britain? See: http://www.spectator.co.uk/features/8890061/when-the-lights-go-out/

Keywords: Blackouts, GW virus, Agenda 21, Margaret Thatcher sceptic.

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