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Global Warming: Another Scandal Exposed
« on: June 23, 2014, 06:02:03 PM »

Global Warming: Another Scandal Exposed

by Whoopie • 23 June, 2014 • Culture, Politics, Tech • 0 Comments
Like an onion kept too long, fresh lies keep being exposed as each layer rots and falls away…

When future generations try to understand how the world got carried away around the end of the 20th century by the panic over global warming, few things will amaze them more than the part played in stoking up the scare by the fiddling of official temperature data.

NOAA’s US Historical Climatology Network (USHCN) has been “adjusting” its record by replacing real temperatures with data “fabricated” by computer models. The effect of this has been to downgrade earlier temperatures and to exaggerate those from recent decades, to give the impression that the Earth has been warming up much more than is justified by the actual data.

These show that the US has actually been cooling since the Thirties, the hottest decade on record; whereas the latest graph, nearly half of it based on “fabricated” data, shows it to have been warming at a rate equivalent to more than 3 degrees centigrade per century.

See what else the Daily Telegraph, UK has to say:

I think the purveyors of this scheme thought they could get away with it based on three beliefs:

First, that everyone nowadays lives indoors in climate controlled environments and has no idea what goes on outside. Secondly, those that do work outdoors have short memories. And thirdly, that everyone will believe without question anything put forth as scientific fact.

But the charade was equally bound to collapse based on three realities:

The first is that people trust their senses. They can see with their own eyes and feel with their own skin that temperatures and sea levels aren’t higher as these shysters claim.

Secondly, people have long memories. In their lifetimes and those of their parents and grandparents not much has changed. And the simple technology that they can access, like archival photos and old coastal maps support those memories.

Finally, the hysterical predictions made by the climate shysters have not come to pass. Crops have not failed, cities have not been inundated by rising seas, major storms have not gotten worse and millions of people have not died as a result.

You’d think after decades of fail, if these climate fanatics were sincere, they’d sit down and reassess what they think they believe and the means they’ve used to promote it.

Instead, they’ve doubled down on their boorish, hectoring hysteria like a two year old throwing a tantrum. As if they can get what they want if they just scream louder, stomp their feet harder and smash more of their toys.

Responsible adults would give these snotty children a swift backhand across their faces but because we lack the will to put them in their place we shouldn’t be surprised when they burn down the house with economy killing carbon taxes.

God knows they’ve already smashed the windows and scribbled up the walls with their foolish green energy schemes. We’ll be paying to fix the damages for decades. High time to put our foot down and say enough is enough.

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