Patrick Moore from Greenpeace on Global Warming


Greenpeace Co-Founder Tells Truth About Climate Change

FROM: Investor’s Business Daily

Exposing Deceit: A Greenpeace co-founder testified in Congress on Tuesday about global warming. What he said is hardly what anyone would expect.

Patrick Moore came off as a raving denier.

“There is no scientific proof that human emissions of carbon dioxide are the dominant cause of the minor warming of the Earth’s atmosphere over the past 100 years,” said Moore, who was testifying before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight.

“If there were such a proof, it would be written down for all to see. No actual proof, as it is understood in science, exists.”

Moore is somewhat famous for leaving Greenpeace, a large environmentalist organization that grew from a small activist group he belonged to in 1971 while earning his doctorate in ecology. He quit in 1986 because it had become too political and strayed away from the science he believed was its institutional strength.

Moore didn’t hold back in his Senate appearance. He quickly zeroed in on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and strongly scolded it for claiming there is a “95-100% probability” that man “has been the dominant cause of” global warming. Those numbers, he said, have been invented.

He also characterized the IPCC’s reliance on computer models as futile; told senators that history “fundamentally contradicts the certainty that human-caused CO2 emissions are the main cause of global warming”; and noted that “during the Greenhouse Ages,” a period that precedes our fossil-fuel burning civilization, “there was no ice on either pole and all the land was tropical and subtropical from pole to pole.”

Moore further crossed the line of accepted climate change discourse when he insisted “that a warmer temperature than today’s would be far better than a cooler one” and reminded lawmakers “that we are not capable, with our limited knowledge, of predicting which way” temperatures “will go next.”

Current Greenpeace members might think of Moore as a traitor. We’d say he’s more of a bold truth-teller.

4 responses to “Patrick Moore from Greenpeace on Global Warming

  1. Moore left the company he started because he was working with people with unskilled and less education and wrong approach of bettering the planet environment. There needs to be a balance. This is ridiculous. Warming of the planet could be better for us, a colder coming could be bad, because we could at least produce food in a warmer environment. And this could bring more winters.

  2. Reconized moore from the other video linked to the final exam. He has a unique way in which he puts forth his proposals.

  3. It’s funny that this group is more focused on scaring the population, because it works. Tell an individual with basic knowledge about something that sounds extremely scientific in their perspective, and they panic. Misinformation with a decent scare tactic fools people easily, therefore they won’t research the subject at hand to see if it’s true or not. I just don’t know why it took Moore this long to come out and say that global warming is false

  4. When someone that is evil can come into something good the evil will , make the good bad. It is all about the money.

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