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(CFACT, David Wojick) USofA - New Zealand Climate Risk Assessment
16.Aug.2020
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David Wojick, Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow, CFACT, Washington, D.C., Ph.D. Philosophy of Science and Mathematical Logic, B.Sc. Civil Engineering: This is an evaluation of a massive man-climate change assessment by "experts" in New Zealand. They claim they know what the country's climate is going to be like out to 2100 and what their government must do to control climate change. David Wojick has done the world a service by bring this report to everyone's attention and pointing out all its fallacies. Why is this important? Because it shows how absurd all the climate alarmists claims and predictions are. The world must stop paying any attention to the alarmists baseless predictions.

Man-made global warming catastrophists in New Zealand are creating massive five-year reports telling the government what the climate of New Zealand is going to be like in 2100 and what the government must do about it. The whole campaign is preposterous. The climate of New Zealand has been especially beautiful since it was discovered by Europeans, is now and will be to 2100 and far beyond. It is very important that David Wojick has reported on this preposterous alarmism. New Zealand has ZERO chance of controling Earth's climate, much less the part that is falsely reported to be caused by mankinds use of fossil fuels. Man-made global warming catastrophists in New Zealand are creating massive five-year reports telling the government what the climate of New Zealand is going to be like in 2100 and what the government must do about it. The whole campaign is preposterous. The climate of New Zealand has been especially beautiful since it was discovered by Europeans, is now and will be to 2100 and far beyond. It is very important that David Wojick has reported on this preposterous alarmism. New Zealand has ZERO chance of controling Earth's climate, much less the part that is falsely reported to be caused by mankinds use of fossil fuels.
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