Well they probably had it right the first time. After 20 years of failed climate predictions, most notably "the polar ice caps will be melted by 2010". Climate gate 1 and 2 And NOAA just got caught adding weather stations that to the official climate change data pool that tend to give more erroneous high reading and deleting stations that give too many erroneous low readings. (Climate gate 3?) The IPCC was forced to admit they have been overestimating the effect of CO2 on the climate by double what it actually might be (probably because every single one of their CO2 driven climate models have been proven wrong). Obviously climate change is real. Example: the end of the last ice age. If you think the climate never changes you probably also likely believe that the world is flat and is only 4,000 years old. Their man made climate change just isn't happening fast enough so they are faking it, like an unhappy house wife. What's really going to happen is global cooling. We are 10 years over due for a mount pinatubo level eruption, I was living in Virginia when this happened, that winter we got an extreme ice storm and then 3 feet of snow all at once, with barely a pause in between the 2 storms. The next winter sucked too but wasn't as bad. The Beaufort gyre is full of cool water and needs to unload. Last time it stalled then unloaded was the "global cooling scare" of the 1970s. All the solar scientists believe we are going into grand solar minimum. Think little ice age. The interglatial warm period should be ending right about now. When global cooling happens, what's your prep plan?