Published on: June 25, 2023
UN, EPA, NOAA document “Changing Climate and the Coast” provides ample evidence that the threat of global warming is a hoax. The effects of global warming has been grossly exaggerated for financial gain. Investigations could find no evidence to support the UN’s claim that global warming poses a significant and imminent threat. The perceived threat is based on assumptions and speculation.
There is no evidence to back the UN’s claim that global warming is responsible for an allege acceleration in the rate of sea level rise. According to the UN document climate change “has accounted for sea level changes of less than one millimeter per century.”
Excerpts from document, “Changing Climate and the Coast”:
Clark et al. (1978) have pointed out that these changes have accounted for sea level changes of less than one millimeter per century. No published study has indicated that this determinant of sea level is likely to have a significant impact in the next century. …
There is no evidence that either the Greenland or East Antarctic ice sheet has completely disintegrated in the last two million years. However, it is generally recognized that sea level was about seven meters higher than today during the last interglacial, which was 1-2°C warmer (Mercer, 1970; Hollin, 1972) …
Although the estimated global warming of the last century appears to be at least partly responsible for the last century’s rise in sea level, studies have not yet demonstrated that global warming is responsible for acceleration in the rate of sea level rise. … global temperatures and sea level have been fairly stable in recent centuries, …
Concern about a substantial rise in sea level as a result of the projected global warming stemmed originally from Mercer (1968), who suggested that The Ross and Filchner-Ronne ice shelves might disintegrate, causing a deglaciation of the West Antarctic ice sheet and a resulting 6 to 7 meter rise in sea level, possibly over a period as short as 40 years.
Subsequent investigations have concluded that such a rapid rise is unlikely. Hughes (1983) and Bentley (1983) estimated that such a disintegration would take at least 200 or 500 years, respectively. Other researchers have estimated that this process would take considerably longer (Fastook, 1985; Lingle, 1985).
Because no evidence was found to support the 1922 and subsequent claims that global warming is so severe that it will cause entire nations to disappear off the face of the Earth the UN recommended the US government research and develop the means to fabricate climate change. The Bill Clinton and Al Gore administration did just that by developing HAARP Alaska ionosphere heaters. Since the 1990s the increase in global temperatures has been caused by ionosphere heaters.
NASA confirmed in 2006 that ionosphere heaters have caused large temperature increases. NASA specifically named Germany’s EISCAT inonosphere heaters in Norway as the culprit.
NASA Tech Brief November 2006:
“In recent years, large electron temperature increases of 300% (3000 K above background) caused by powerful HF-radio wave injection have been observed during nighttime using the EISCAT incoherent scatter radar near Tromsø in northern Norway.”
NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS):
“It has been estimated that through radio frequency heating at a power of 10 kW for one day, it should be possible to increase the temperature of a soil volume of about 1 cubic m by about 200 C”
Germany’s EISCAT inonosphere heaters in Norway has a transmitter peak power of 2-3 Megawatts.
One megawatt equals one million watts or 1,000 kilowatts, roughly enough electricity for the instantaneous demand of 750 homes at once.
If just 10 kw can raise the temperature of 1 cubic meter soil in a targeted area to 200°C imagine what 3 Megawatts can do to the World’s glaciers or its atmosphere.
Ionosphere heaters can easily cause global warming in a targeted area if the beams are focused on a specific ground target or widespread if the beams are heating up the ionosphere atmosphere for days.
Screenshot of Germany’s EISCAT ionosphere heater transmissions. EISCAT was transmitting at 2-3 Megawatts for 3 days to cause climate change – global warming.
Any agreement that is based on a false premise is invalid
The UN document essentially proves that the UN is committing fraud.
380 (1) Every one who, by deceit, falsehood or other fraudulent means, whether or not it is a false pretence within the meaning of this Act, defrauds the public or any person, whether ascertained or not, of any property, money or valuable security or any service,
(a) is guilty of an indictable offence
The UN document also provides ample evidence that the carbon tax is illegal because it’s money obtained by fraud. The UN document invalidates the Paris Agreement because it is based on a false premise. The UN is falsely claiming that global warming is a significant and imminent threat and that it is being caused by CO2 emissions in order to obtain $billions from carbon taxation.
Anyone who has entered a contract under false pretences can withdraw from the contract and, in fact, the contract, its provisions and terms and conditions become 100% irrelevant.
Patent provides evidence that ionosphere heaters can cause climate change
The Eastlund patent that was used by BAE Advanced Technologies to build the HAARP Alaska ionosphere heaters facility states in patent claims:
The patent also states that the temperature of the ionosphere has been raised by hundreds of degrees using ionosphere heaters:
In such experiments, certain regions of the ionosphere are heated to change the electron density and temperature within these regions. This is accomplished by transmitting from earth-based antennae high frequency electromagnetic radiation at a substantial angle to, not parallel to, the ionosphere’s magnetic field to heat the ionospheric particles primarily by ohmic heating. The electron temperature of the ionosphere has been raised by hundreds of degrees in these experiments.