Monday, June 23, 2014

ANOTHER REPUDIATION FOR THE GLOBAL COOLING DENIERS: Coldest Fall and Winter in the U.S. in 102 Years

Steven Goddard relays the following graph that illustrates the startling dichotomy between the global cooling deniers' rhetoric and this little thing we like to call unadulterated data.

Which reminds me: Christopher Booker well summed it up the other day at London's Telegraph, noting that, "Any theory needing to rely so consistently on fudging the evidence ... must be looked on not as science at all, but as simply a rather alarming case study in the aberrations of group psychology."

In fact, warmal colding is a complete fraud, the product of generous government grants (at our expense), the same United Nations that brought you such classics as "Oil For Food", and carbon trading hustlers like Al Gore.

For those unfamiliar with the climate grift, I long ago prepared a brief history of the scam, complete with pictures and small words for Democrats.

Hat tip: BadBlue News


Brian said...

Yea but, just today I read the NYT piece by Hank Paulson on global warming.

He did such a great job hijacking a trillion or so during '08...that apparently he is now an authority on everything. So ask him.

Barry Popik said...

Jon Stewart did a piece last week saying that global warming deniers were idiots. He didn't cover this piece today and will probably never issue an apology. Call him on it.

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, incredibly, still haven't even discussed the missing IRS email scandal or the Central American child immigration scandal. We should call them on this, too, but no one will.

Anonymous said...

I am waiting for some climate scientist to publish a paper on what the optimum climate is for our biosphere. The first question that would naturally flow would be where is our current trend in relation to this finding.

That nobody seems interested in this vital comparison indicates that there climate is being studied for other purposes. Since all the urgent demands that flow from today's climate science all converge on policy solutions that involve statism, bigger government, higher taxes, less personal liberty, the bigger picture tells me all that I need to know about "climate science".

I am also curious about how deep the ice got during the last period of glaciation of the northern hemisphere, but that is a question for another time.

-- theBuckWheat