The website says, "Below are some facts outlining the serious threat global warming imposes to the world..."

Umm... No. I spotted three right off the bat that are clearly out to lunch as evidenced by the same scientific data referenced in the IPCC reports. Two more "facts" blatantly contradict one another, and another "fact" was proven wrong earlier this year by means of historical watermarks on non-tectonic bedrock structures.

The only thing more blitheringly idiotic than so-called "scientists" who think they can pull the wool over the eyes of highly educated members of the general public -- including other scientists who have enough integrity to refuse to engage in taxpayer fleecing -- are the politicians (mainly lawyers and poly-sci majors) who never learned enough about science to spot the errors. That and libtard Demoncraps who wouldn't know the difference between molality and molarity if their lives depended on it.

So... Which errors can YOU spot in the list below?

1. The decade of 2000 to 2010 was the warmest decade on record by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

2. Over the past century, global average temperatures have risen by 1.4 degrees, according to a 2010 report by National Academy of Sciences.

3. Another report by the National Academy of Sciences estimates that for every two degrees Fahrenheit of warming, the areas destroyed by wildfires increase by 200% to 400%.

4. The same report found that the global sea level has risen by an average of nine inches over the past 140 years, with up to three more feet to be expected by 2100.

5. The upper layer of the oceans are absorbing more and more carbon dioxide the amount increases by about two billion tons per year, according to Copenhagen Diagnosis.

6. A 2004 study estimated that by 2050, up to 35% of earth's species will be at risk for extinction.

7. NASA found carbon dioxide levels to be at 285 parts per million in 1880. Today, it is 390 parts per million and growing.

8. The National Climate Assessment from the U.S. Global Change Research Program has linked the Earth's higher temperatures to higher rates of evaporation, which means more droughts.

9. The same report found that on the other hand, heavy precipitation, such as extreme storms, has increased steadily since the 1950s.

10. Climate change also affects the geographical distribution of vector-borne diseases, which are spread by fleas or ticks. Ticks, which spread Lyme disease, is expected to take over the eastern half of the U.S. by 2080, the report found.