Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Climate Science 2

This is more evidence of the flaws associated with the global warming scheme.  Greenland is suffering through its coldest summer on record.   So much ice in the Arctic that a planned study had to be cancelled.  Ice breaker had to be used elsewhere.  Global warming is taking a hit.    Al Gore still up to his tricks despite nothing he predicted has come true.  The only thing he has done is pad his millions with his unsavory scam.  Otherwise he is a complete embarrassment.     Sorry to say this but Al Gore has gone completely over the edge.  The man has become a completely deluded self serving hypocrite.   More about Al Gore's lies and his money grubbing scheme.    Al Gore is a certifiable hypocrite.  Quote: A new, more-than-slightly amusing report from The Daily Caller alleges that the former vice president just might not be practicing what he preaches when it comes to the environment. Namely: his house in Nashvile uses 34 times as much electricity than an average house. According to the Daily Caller, the amount of electricity that Gore uses to heat his swimming pool over the course of a year could power six average households."   Gore's claim detailed in this piece does little more than prove he is wildly misguided, immoral, seemingly afflicted with evil spirits and has been totally wrong in every claim he has ever made.  He seems not to be smart enough to have figured that out yet. Taking license with his attribution of spirituality is a bit low even for him.  He is too busy scamming the public to notice.

This item claims Michael Mann is a fraud.  Although he denies that charge, facts prove the fact.
This is an important article about an important subject. Two Quotes:  "Recent science and climate marches demonstrated how misinformed, indoctrinated, politicized and anti-Trump these activists are – and how indifferent about condemning millions in industrialized nations and billions in developing countries to green energy poverty. Amid it all, University of Michigan history professor Juan Cole helped illustrate how the marchers became so ignorant, insensitive and intolerant." And, "In the process, they are unwilling or unable to recognize two facts. One, cheap, reliable energy improves living standards, saves lives, and supports new technologies and opportunities, with poor families benefitting most. Policies that make energy less accessible and affordable harm the poorest most of all.  Two, fossil fuels have undeniable environmental impacts, but allow us to produce vast amounts of cheap energy from relatively few acres. Replacing those fuels with wind, solar and biofuel energy would require hundreds of millions of acres worldwide that are now cropland or wildlife habitats. Those “eco-friendly” alternatives are actually our least sustainable, most ecologically destructive energy options.  The stakes are too high to let intolerant ideologues continue to control energy policy decisions."

Bill Nye, the so called science guy, is not newsworthy yet the liberal left holds him in high regard because he has turned himself into a liberal propagandist seeking to mold young minds into loyal liberal robots.  Truth is that the specific episode cited at the link is something most normal folks would consider sexual abuse.  Quote: "The fact that the episode featuring this awful song was nominated for an Emmy is very revealing. Hollywood does not care about the quality of writing. “Bill Nye Saves the World” was nominated because it parrots back liberal talking points. The show is supposed to reveal the science behind important political topics, but it is completely devoid of educational value. A video nominated for an Emmy pushed the unscientific claim that there is an unlimited number of genders."     Science guy?  My foot!!!  Progressive Propagandist, yes.

More evidence of that global warming/climate change is a hoax.  This item documents dire predictions that flopped.  

This man looks more foolish as time passes.  Nothing he has ever predicted has come. So it is likely nothing he now predicts will come true either.  But persistent he is. He is back at it.  He just needs to stop being a huckster and go back to his mansion in Tennessee.

Evidence exists that solar panel are bad for the environment.  Another fail for the environmental movement.   Quote: "The solar-energy industry has been touted for years as the environmentally safe alternative. After all, solar panels merely absorb the sun’s energy and transfer it to consumers. No oily pipelines, no obstructions to the nation’s waterways.  But it appears all is not well for fans of the industry. Discarded solar panels, piling up around the world, are detrimental to the environment, according to a new study by Environmental Progress. And carcinogenic. And teratogenic."

This piece deals with the problem of junk science.  Quote: "Junk Science plagues us in every field of science be it economics to health. For 25 years we were told that eggs are bad. How many people ordered egg whites only. Then the Junk Science was revised, but after 25 years, nobody noticed. When scientists learned that high blood cholesterol was associated with heart disease, they immediately black-listed all foods with high cholesterol content. It took 25 years of study to figure out – oops, we were wrong!"     

Very insightful review of the climate change debate. Quote: "Nature Climate Change is a monthly magazine that is devoted to supporting the idea that we face a man-caused climate disaster that will surface at some future date.  The magazine presents itself as if it is a scientific journal. But scientific journals, real scientific journals, don’t fill their pages with advocacy for a single point of view."  And, "Nature Climate Change is published by the same company that publishes Nature, a scientific journal begun in 1869, has published some of the most original and important research of the last century and a half. The company is in no position to not pay homage to global warming mythology. If the company dared to publish works openly skeptical of the global warming religion there would be a furious counterattack by the largely academic customer base. It’s all about money, the vast flows of money that global warming disaster predictions have bought to a large segment of academia."

Before he left office Obama obligated the US to the Paris Climate Treaty.  The facts suggest doing so was in effect a rape of the tax paying public.  During his campaign Trump pledged to withdraw from the treaty.  This item updates the status.  Quote: "It’s beginning to look like the President is going to stand by his pledge despite contrary pressures from his daughter Ivanka, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and Ivanka’s high-level policy advisor husband Jared Kushner. Trump has announced plans to offer a public decision statement by mid-May.  Speaking at an April 29 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, rally on the occasion of his 100th day in office, the President described the Paris deal as another one-sided international agreement “where the United States pays billions of dollars while China, Russia, and India have contributed and will contribute nothing.” He added, “On top of that, it’s estimated that full compliance with the agreement could ultimately shrink America’s GDP by $2.5 trillion over a 10-year period. That means factories and plants closing all over our country. Here we go again. Not with me, folks.”

Quote: "That’s true. The more you sound like some cowbell-wielding street preacher wearing a sandwich board that says “The End is Nigh!” the more likely people will ignore you. Particularly if your last few terrifying predictions didn’t pan out.
But this focus on how using scare tactics doesn’t persuade skeptics overlooks another problem. What about the people it does persuade?  If you honestly believe that climate change will end all life on Earth (it won’t) or lead to some dystopian hell where we use the skulls of our former friends and neighbors to collect water droplets from cacti, what policies wouldn’t you endorse to stop it?  There’s a rich school of journalistic and academic nonsense out there about how democracy may not be up to the job of fighting climate change, and why people who question climate change must be silenced by the state.  It’s remarkable how many of the people who rightly recoil in horror at the idea of using, say, the war on terror to justify curtailing civil liberties have no such response when someone floats similar ideas for the war on climate change."

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