Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Climategate Story....Not Going Away

"Climategate Story....Not Going Away

Dear Main Stream Media,

We know you are doing your best to cover this up. It is understandable, but very immoral. Instead of focusing on one of the biggest scientific scandals ever, and identifying the real scoundrels involved, you have given in to both corporate and governmental pressure. A lot of big companies pay you a great deal of money to advertise their products and they really want to continue the lies about the existence of global warming that they have helped perpetuate. Governments have their own shady agendas.

What you must understand is that WE THE PEOPLE are not letting this go! We will get the word out and we will make sure the truth is told, even if you stopped doing that long ago.

Truth Seeking Citizens of the World


"CLIMATEGATE - Climate Conspiracy

Broadly speaking, this scandal will alter the burden of proof. From this point on, proponents of global warming theory will receive no benefit of the doubt. Wanton extrapolations, reliance on models in which data can be endlessly readjusted to fit the thesis, and attempts to stigmatize critics as scientifically illiterate will have to stop. Ad hominem attacks on critics suggesting that they are in the hire of “big oil” or other interests will be seen for the shabby evasions they always were. Let’s hope that the result of this scandal is a restoration of principled inquiry to an important public policy debate.


"More on Climategate

In my previous post on Climategate I blithely said that nothing in the climate science email dump surprised me much. Having waded more deeply over the weekend I take that back.

The closed-mindedness of these supposed men of science, their willingness to go to any lengths to defend a preconceived message, is surprising even to me. The stink of intellectual corruption is overpowering....


"The definition of “Climate deniers” has changed, thanks to ClimateGate

If you asked why some areas are colder, or why the movie “The Day After Tomorrow” depicted massive cold fronts, or why Al Gore says that air conditioning is a killer threat while running around town in an air conditioned limo, then you were a knuckle-dragging climate denier.

If you didn’t fall on your face and instantly believe anything the left said about the climate, you were a climate denier.

If you questioned the “hockey-stick” graph, which has been abandoned for a long time by most climatologists, you were a climate denier. "

If you wondered why the founder of The Weather Channel says the Global Warming movement is a hoax, you were a climate denier.

If you wondered why the planet has been cooling since 1998, you were a climate denier.

If you wondered why over 31,000 scientists (over 9,000 of them having PhD’s) have signed a petition rejecting global warming, then you were a climate denier.

After the revelation of private emails from the Hadley CRU at East Anglia over a week ago, the term climate deniers now has taken on an entirely new meaning. As you can see from the massive amount of information on the ClimateDepot website, as well as the online, searchable database of the emails and documents (which have been authenticated by officials at the East Anglia University), the whole Global Warming movement has been based on an elaborate fraud. Data was manipulated to create the impression that the world was warming (when it was really cooling for the past 11 years) and it was all the fault of the modern western lifestyle.

The new definition of a “Climate Denier” is one who denies that the ClimateGate fraud is real, or that the emails and documents are real, or, worst of all, says it doesn’t matter and that their plans to reduce the lifestyles of the populace and institute cap and trade and other heavy taxes will continue....


"CLIMATEGATE - A REALLY inconvenient truth!

In 1991 720 oil wells were set alight in Iraq.

This must have thrown a huge amount of CO2 into the atmosphere.

If the global warming fable were true then the global temperature should have risen.

It didn't.

It actually dropped quite drastically at the end of the year.