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US government set up climate cash bureacracies before any evidence was in, CO2 was just a mechanism for confiscating hard earned US tax dollars and shipping them off to cronies everywhere. No one considered that US CO2 would plunge as it has, causing the entire climate gravy train to crash

January 1, 2013

July 21, 2009, “Climate Money, The Climate Industry: $79 billion so far – trillions to come,“”The Real Consensus,” SPPI, Joanne Nova


page 4, “By setting up trading networks, tax concessions, and international bureaucracies before the evidence was in, have we ensured that our understanding of the role of carbon in climate science would be sped up, but that our knowledge of every other aspect of climate science would be slowed down to an equal and opposite extent?

Monopolistic funding creates a ratchet effect where even the most insignificant pro-AGW*
findings are reported, repeated, trumpeted and asserted, while any anti-AGW results lie unstudied, ignored and delayed. Auditing AGW research is so underfunded that for the most part it is left to unpaid bloggers who collect donations from concerned citizens online. These auditors, often retired scientists, are providing a valuable free service to society, and yet, in return they are attacked, abused, and insulted.”…

Graph from page 3 of above 2009 report from gov. data

linked on (where it was easier to copy)


The CO2 terror industry is bankrupt since US CO2 danger no longer exists if it ever did. This news is downplayed because trillions have been staked on an opposite result. The ‘climate’ terror industry pivoted on demonizing the US which is officially, scientifically, no longer the demon:

6/4/12, “Climate change stunner: USA leads world in CO2 cuts since 2006,” Vancouver Observer, Saxifrage

“Not only that, but as my top chart shows, US CO2 emissions are falling even faster than what President Obama pledged in the global Copenhagen Accord.”…


“Virtually everyone believes the shift (CO2 drop) could have major long-term implications for U.S. energy policy.”…

8/16/12, “AP IMPACT: CO2 emissions in US drop to 20-year low,” AP, Kevin Begos

In a surprising turnaround, the amount of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere in the U.S. has fallen dramatically to its lowest level in 20 years, and government officials say the biggest reason is that cheap and plentiful natural gas has led many power plant operators to switch from dirtier-burning coal.

Many of the world’s leading climate scientists didn’t see the drop coming, in large part because it happened as a result of market forces rather than direct government action against carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas that traps heat in the atmosphere.

Michael Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Penn State University, said the shift away from coal is reason for “cautious optimism” about potential ways to deal with climate change….
In a little-noticed technical report, the U.S. Energy Information Agency, a part of the Energy Department, said this month that energy related U.S. CO2 emissions for the first four months of this year fell to about 1992 levels. Energy emissions make up about 98 percent of the total. The Associated Press contacted environmental experts, scientists and utility companies and learned that  

virtually everyone believes the shift could have major long-term implications for U.S. energy policy.”…


NRDC’s Lashof notes US CO2 has dropped steeply and is going lower, and that media has been quiet about it:

6/26/12, “The Incredible Shrinking Carbon Pollution Forecast – Part 2,”, Dan Lashof

“Back in February I posted about a surprising development: Despite the failure of comprehensive climate and energy legislation in 2010, U.S. carbon pollution emissions and projections of future carbon pollution have been coming down ever since. A new forecast out this week continues that trend.

While there has been some press coverage of these facts (see here and here) I continue to find that most people are surprised to learn about this progress.”…

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