The U.N.’s top
railroad engineer sexual harasser “climate scientist” said in 2007 we only had four years to save the world.
Rajendra Pachauri, the former head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said this in 2007 in a New York Times article
Well, it’s now August 2015, the world isn’t destroyed and no new U.N. climate treaty has been presented, though there’s a lot of hullaballo ramping up for the Paris COP21 meeting this coming December. The only thing that’s changed since Pachauri’s 2007 pronouncement is that Pachauri was forced to resign earlier this year amid accusations he sexually harassed multiple female coworkers.
And let’s not forget his smutty romance novel:
Throwback Thursday” is a regular WUWT feature highlighting past claims of climate doom made by scientists, pundits, and alarmist activists…that have not come true. It’s a bit of a take off from the “Throwback Thursday” on Facebook, where people post old pictures from their past, except here, it’s not just the age, it’s the fact that these lousy predictions really do deserve to be “thrown back” into the faces of the people that made them.