Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Global warming hacks can't get their stories straight

Global warming quackery relies solely on the average chemically lobotomized drone's inability to recognize the patently absurd. Or remember anything outside of the 24 hour news cycle. If sodium fluoride hasn't sufficiently reduced the IQ's of enough Americans, they're in a lot of trouble. Because if you're paying attention, you can watch the wheels coming off of their scheme right before your eyes.

Time Magazine attempted to tie the blizzards to warming, then received such harsh ridicule for this insult to our intelligence that they were forced to change their headline to "What Happened to Global Warming?" If warming causes record cold, will cooling cause record heat? You want to laugh, but the endgame in this scam is not funny at all. What Time Magazine and the New York Times and these frauds they're quoting would have you believe is, warming causes more moisture in the atmosphere, which leads to more intense storms. Well, okay, sure. Let's forget for a moment that they predicted hurricanes would become more frequent and intense because of global warming, which was a lie (sorry, Gordon Brown). Warming would cause more moisture in the atmosphere I suppose - water does evaporate - but that of course ignores the blatantly obvious: that it's falling back to Earth as snow, sleet, and ice. It's falling as snow, sleet and ice in places and times of the year it doesn't normally fall, and in record amounts. With still a full third of the season to go, snowfall records have fallen in Washington, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City, and elsewhere. Snow has not been uncommon in the southern states...from Texas to Florida and all the Gulf states in between. At one point this week there was snow in every state in the union except Hawaii.

And that's just America. Italy saw its first snowfall in 25 years last week. Summer snow fell in Australia in December. Snow has caused chaos in Britain. China. Russia. India. Peru. And that's just the snow. All over the world, record low temperatures have been the norm this winter, with cold snaps common in places not known to be cold.

Meanwhile, publications continually print articles showing that the Earth has stopped warming. The BBC famously asked, What happened to global warming, to which Kevin Trenberth, head of the Climate Analysis Section at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and a lead author of the 2001 and 2007 IPCC Scientific Assessment of Climate Change, answered in an email to Phil Jones:

    Well I have my own article on where the heck is global warming? We are asking that here in Boulder where we have broken records the past two days for the coldest days on record. We had 4 inches of snow. The high the last 2 days was below 30F and the normal is 69F, and it smashed the previous records for these days by 10F. The low was about 18F and also a record low, well below the previous record low.
    The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t.

And yet, even as the BBC asks where global warming went, publication after publication cites prominent climate scientists that tell us the Earth is no longer warming, and is cooling; even as it's revealed that there hasn't been any significant rise in atmospheric CO2 in 160 years; even as the Daily Mail cites Professor Mojib Latif, a leading member of the IPCC, who says the Earth is no longer warming and will likely cool for the next several decades, the Copenhagen climate summit laughably tells us the decade of 2000-2010 was the warmest ever - ever - and that 2011 will be the warmest year ever. Ever.

But this is where it really gets absurd. Yesterday Phil Jones tells us there hasn't been any significant warming in 15 years, that he's "lost" the raw data showing a dramatic rise in temperatures the last few decades - known as the hockey stick graph - and that, miraculously, yes, indeed, the Medieval Warm Period does exist (even though it's conspicuously absent from the 'hockey stick' graph), and that it very well could have been even more warm than it was in 1995 and for a much longer period. What's going on here? Are these frauds waving the white flag? Is their movement in such disarray and panic that they can't get their stories straight? Or will Phil Jones' masters demand he make a statement claiming his words were taken out of context?

Every day the global warming fraud gets exposed. For years, the climate change scheme was considered so rock solid scientifically that the "scientists" behind it more or less had carte blanche to say whatever they wanted, no matter how absurd, and only the underground, alternative media would expose it. Unfortunately most people don't realize that the mainstream media is completely owned and controlled by the same people behind this climate-eugenics plot. So in other words, nobody knew, except the handful-but-growing-in-numbers of us that have our third eye opened. But the leaking of the climategate emails, and the computer code that shows how the numbers were manipulated, which is how different climate study centers came to similar conclusions on global temperatures, forced their fraud into the mainstream, if only so the media could tell us it was all just harmless, albeit slightly unprofessional, conduct on their part. The emails were taken out of context, and the computer code? What computer code? Still they couldn't stop people from seeing what was right in front of their faces; what they had to know the whole time, despite the media telling them the Earth was on fire even as they could see with their own eyes that, if anything, it was freezing.

So now the house of cards has crumbled. Absurd claims like the Himalayan glaciers would be gone in 35 years no longer escaped scrutiny, and it was revealed that this claim was based on a student dissertation and an obscure magazine article - that's your peer review process, Ed Begley! - and they were forced to admit they just threw that in there to get a rise out of people. You know, to frighten them into caring. The whole noble lie thing. Totally benign. Because, you know, the science is so settled that they can't convince you it's real without lying. And telling your children fairy tales about carbon monsters.

Then it was disclosed that weather monitoring stations had been moved, or that many stations, most of which were found in colder climes, were no longer operational, yet they 'accidentally' forgot to adjust global temperatures to account for this lack of data. Were it not for the sensational leak of the CRU's emails and computer codes, we wouldn't have heard a word about this. Copenhagen would have been far more successful for them than it was - it was a monumental failure - and global government would be steamrolling right over us and our national sovereignty.

I have to admit, even as scandal after scandal rocked these quacks, almost on a weekly basis, I was extremely skeptical about what effect it would have on them. There are trillions of dollars invested in this, entire industries have sprung up, and a new derivatives market has emerged. They're not just going to walk away from it all. Because all of the aforementioned means nothing in their grand scheme of things. What it's really about is eugenics. Control. Their own social order, social engineering. Their human ant farm. But with Phil Jones coming out and all but admitting the whole thing was a fraud and a lie, I think it's safe to say that if we keep the pressure on them, the whole sham of a fraud is dead. It's not over. But we are routing them. Hunt them down and kill them before they can regroup.

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