Feb 06

The BBC reports:

Belief in man-made global warming is down to 26% in England, BBC News reported, citing a Populus poll of 1,001 Britons.That’s down from 41% in November.

This coincides with revelations of widespread fraud by the IPCC in its Nobel-winning report and with record snows in Britain, Europe, Asia, North America and even Australia — where it is summer.

While 75% of Britons believe global warming is taking place, only 26% of Britons now blame man.

“It is very unusual indeed to see such a dramatic shift in opinion in such a short period,” Populus managing director Michael Simmonds told BBC News. “The British public are skeptical about man’s contribution to climate change – and becoming more so,” he added. More people are now doubters than firm believers.”

Last April, I predicted, albeit tongue-in-cheek:

The GORE LIED computer model below shows  that at the current rate of loss of belief in man-made global warming that such belief will be virtually non-existent by 2020 (with the exception of Al Gore, James Hansen, Michael Mann, Joe Romm, and a few other assorted dead-enders).

Also, evidence of a positive feedback trend has caused many experts to believe that the actual rate of loss of belief in man-made global warming is happening even faster than this model is predicting, and that the world may be completely free of belief in man-made global warming by as early as 2015.

Perhaps it’s time to take my tongue out of my cheek.

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