You may think stress is related to the case of climate change. Then you need to look for a global warming hoax that is created by many people. You will be able to see the issue from another side as it can be so exciting.
In 2007, there was a claim that the Himalayan glaciers are melting. The U.N Intergovernmental Panel detected the announcement by interviewing a scientist to find out the truth. They then conclude that it is pure speculation that didn't supported by any research.
The IPCC reported that the global warming is going to kill 40 percent of the Amazon rainforest and cut African crop yields 50 percent. It is known as a propaganda that doesn't mean any important thing. In 2007, they also declared about 55 percent of Netherlands would be below the sea level.
While the Arctic ice cap, there was some information that would be expanding by 1000,000 kilometers for the next 30 years. From the scientist, the information becomes only 3,800 square miles of new Antarctic ice every year. It makes the report of the British Antarctica Survey in 2009 canceled.
Next hoax is about the worst winters ever in America because of knowing of hurricane season among the mildest. The facts said that it doesn't prove anything because in 2005 hurricane season brought four major storms to the U.S coast. Furthermore, Katrina occurring among those seasons cut the theory that in 2009 during the hurricane season.
The climate research unit at East Anglia University, as the backup of scientific information for IPCC, is also involved in such global warming hoax. They apparently threw out basic data about claiming of the rise in global temperatures as effect global warming for the century. A hacker entered the e-mail files and found CRU scientists had squelched the publication of dissenting views.
Polar bears are not vanishing and sea levels are not rising like the 20-foot surge this century. Beaches are not disappearing; temperatures have not been rising since late 1990s. That information is totally surprising, especially for us who didn't know it. Then we can conclude in historic terms, global warming is not at all unprecedented.