Skip to comments.The climate question: Alarmists in panic
Posted on 02/24/2014 8:41:56 AM PST by neverdem
With 15 years of flat temperatures invalidating the models climate-clucking scientists cherish, blame-mankind politicians resort to shouting down opponents, bogus doomsday scenarios, With 15 years of flat temperatures invalidating the models climate-clucking scientists cherish, blame-mankind politicians resort to shouting down opponents, bogus doomsday scenarios, false claims that scientific consensus favors their side and calls for economically ruinous action as Secretary of State John Kerry did in a speech in Indonesia.
He likened skeptics of man-made climate change to the Flat Earth Society, called global warming a weapon of mass destruction and warned against letting a few loud interest groups major oil and coal companies hijack the climate conversation.
Thankfully, genuine scientists see through such politically motivated deception.
S. Fred Singer, chairman of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change, writes in the American Thinker that science doesn't work by consensus most breakthroughs contradict prevailing wisdom. And he reminds that those infamous Climategate emails show consensus manufactured by perverting peer review to suppress climate skeptics' views.
The flat 15-year trend falsifies the greenhouse climate models, all of which predict a strong future warming. Yet governments base climate policy on those models, Mr. Singer writes.
What climate alarmists have left to fall back on is anything but science. Singer says they embrace faith and ideology and are no longer interested in facts. And that's no fit basis for any policy, let alone the radical, redistributive, anti-growth climate leftism Mr. Kerry espouses.
If I was picking people to play in the Atlas Shrugged movie, John Kerry would be my choice for James Taggert................
A very simple question for those supporting AGW:
How much will it cost the average American if they were to implement a carbon tax and other proposals? It certainly won’t be free and it may drive up the cost of living a lot.
Someone should compute the costs and publish this information.
Then, we have to ask ourselves, is it worth it for my heating bill to double, gasoline to increase by $3 a gallon, to implement taxes and laws that are based on a questionable theory. Shouldn’t we be a lot more certain?
But Kerry would do just fine...
This example from the US Department of Commerce that suggests killing people who don't agree with the scam is one of those a fore mentioned indicators:
I thought PTR was a lefty paper.
Another good take on this...
Thanks for the link.
Thanks for the links.
Doesn’t matter what facts are.
In this Idiocracy, that which is repeated often enough is truth.