Countries Agree To Redistribute Wealth For Climate Change, As Snow Collapses Metrodome

Big doings in exotic Cancun, doings which highlight exactly what this whole farce is all about

Delegates from 193 nations agreed Saturday on a new global framework to help developing countries curb their carbon output and cope with the effects of climate change, but they postponed the harder question of precisely how industrialized and major emerging economies will share the task of making deeper greenhouse-gas emission cuts in the coming decade.

After an all-night session that included a face-off between Mexican Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa and Bolivia’s U.N. ambassador, Pablo Solon, members of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) agreed to create a “Green Climate Fund” that will transfer money from rich countries to poor ones; research centers that will ease the transfer of clean-energy technology; and a system in which developing nations can be compensated for keeping rain forests intact.

And this solves anthropogenic global warming how, exactly? That’s the question I would ask, were I a climate alarmist. Because this framework pretty much does zip to solve the issue of mankind’s release of greenhouse gases, and I while, as a leftist climate alarmist, I like other people having their wealth taken and transferred, I’m so upset about others not being forced to cut back on their GHG output that I’m going to jump in my Suburban and drive to a demonstration…..well, maybe not today. Too cold.

The new framework encapsulates the current commitments that both industrialized and developing nations have made to cut their carbon emissions over the next decade, though it notes that these will not meet the agreed-upon goal of keeping the rise in global temperatures from exceeding 2 degrees Celsius, or 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit, above preindustrial levels. To achieve that, industrialized countries would have cut their emissions between 25 and 40 percent compared with 1990 levels in the next decade, as opposed to the 16 percent they have promised.

So, essentially, after all the partying by all the attendees who flew in on airplanes which are bad for AGW (I sure hope they peed first), they have accomplished nothing but looking to transfer wealth, which is a hallmark of a talking point by the modern Left.

Meanwhile, in reality land, where the GISS temperatures are out of line with the rest of the world, the snow season is off to a roaring start, including the Minneapolis area. The NY Giants had already been forced to land in Kansas City, due to heavy snow, and the game went from being postponed till late Sunday, to being moved to Monday night, and now

The snow and wind has proved too much for the Metrodome roof.

Roy Terwilliger, Chairman of the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, tells 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS the panels of the Metrodome roof started giving way around 5 a.m. and deflating.

Terwilliger says there is currently snow on the Metrodome field and the already delay Vikings game is now in question once again. He say Dome officials will be holding a conference call at 8 a.m. with the NFL and the teams to discuss how to move forward.

Now they have to determine if they will even be able to play the game Monday night. Obviously, this must have been caused by man induced climate change. I means, sheesh, the last time it collapsed was back in 1983, so, it must be extreme weather caused by AGW. Because it makes quite a bit of sense in my mind for greenhouse gases, which are supposed to raise temperatures, to cause extreme snow and cold and wind. So far, this storm, which caused huge traffic problems, including almost a thousand spinouts, has also postponed Gophers games, bogged the trains down, and made I-94 impassable, is close to being a record, being in the top three storms for the area at this time.

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