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Wednesday, January 20, 2010


More good news on the Man-made Global Warming False Prophets of Doom front. GlacierGate is the next up in falsified climate data from the same folks who brought us the East Anglia ClimateGate debacle.  The New York Times reports predictions of the Himalayas melting in a couple decades were based on predictions made by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; which shifted its information gathering from East Anglia for a moment to get the decade old opinion of one misquoted glacier scientist. I guess simply hyping false data and graphs from East Anglia wasn't moving along the imaginary carbon credit market fast enough. I wonder if the media will whitewash GlacierGate like they're attempting to do with ClimateGate. There is no better illustration Man-made Global Warming is a religion and not science than when its acolytes in media and white-coats dismiss and hide evidence it was all based on fake data.

Here from a hero of mine, Walter Williams, a cutting, devastating epitaph to the Man-made Global Warming hoax. He also mentions a fact the science community admits - 550 million years ago there was an explosion of life when CO2 levels were 18 times higher than today. 

I don't believe we can keep the Global Warming Zealots under General Al Goracle from destroying our economy unless we can de-fund the carbon credit trading markets. If they don't crash, governments and acolytes making fortunes off of extortion trading will prop them up for time immemorial. Here are a few pertinent cartoons.



Bernita said...

Really dodgy stuff.
I remember when the sky was falling ie. the ozone layer.

Charles Gramlich said...

Heat provides a lot of energy for life. That's part of the reason why there was an increase in biomass in the past that has been associated with high earth temps

BernardL said...

Whenever politicians, media, and an imaginary market worth billions a year combine under one banner we're in trouble, Bernita.

If it weren't for the Global Warming nuts we could have relaxed and enjoyed the warming, Charles. Now, they've whined for so long we're back into a cooling period. :)