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 Post subject: Global Warming - A Caveman Could Do It
Posted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 12:19 pm 
 
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Call me insensitive and not politically correct, but here is the UN's guy for global warming - oh wait, it's called climate change now. Does Geico's "So easy a caveman could do it," slogan come to mind here?



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 Post subject: Re: Global Warming - A Caveman Could Do It
Posted: Mon Dec 07, 2009 3:31 pm 
 
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The Fiction Of Climate Science
Gary Sutton, 12.04.09, 10:00 AM EST
Why the climatologists get it wrong.


Many of you are too young to remember, but in 1975 our government pushed "the coming ice age."

Random House dutifully printed "THE WEATHER CONSPIRACY … coming of the New Ice Age." This may be the only book ever written by 18 authors. All 18 lived just a short sled ride from Washington, D.C. Newsweek fell in line and did a cover issue warning us of global cooling on April 28, 1975. And The New York Times, Aug. 14, 1976, reported "many signs that Earth may be headed for another ice age."

OK, you say, that's media. But what did our rational scientists say?

In 1974, the National Science Board announced: "During the last 20 to 30 years, world temperature has fallen, irregularly at first but more sharply over the last decade. Judging from the record of the past interglacial ages, the present time of high temperatures should be drawing to an end…leading into the next ice age."

You can't blame these scientists for sucking up to the fed's mantra du jour. Scientists live off grants. Remember how Galileo recanted his preaching about the earth revolving around the sun? He, of course, was about to be barbecued by his leaders. Today's scientists merely lose their cash flow. Threats work.

In 2002 I stood in a room of the Smithsonian. One entire wall charted the cooling of our globe over the last 60 million years. This was no straight line. The curve had two steep dips followed by leveling. There were no significant warming periods. Smithsonian scientists inscribed it across some 20 feet of plaster, with timelines.

Read the rest here:

http://www.forbes.com/2009/12/03/climate-science-gore-intelligent-technology-sutton.html


 
   
 
 Post subject: Re: Global Warming - A Caveman Could Do It
Posted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:35 pm 
 
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These people are really creepy. The A-holes have scammed us royally. Take a gander at this:

:smt068 History of Climate Gets 'Erased' Online

A new report reveals a British scientist and Wikipedia administrator rewrote climate history, editing more than 5,000 unique articles in the online encyclopedia to cover traces of a medieval warming period – something Climategate scientists saw as a major roadblock in the effort to spread the global warming message.

Recently hacked e-mails from the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit expose a plot to eliminate the Medieval Warm Period, a 400-year era that began around A.D. 1000, the Financial Post's Lawrence Solomon reports.

The warming period is said to have improved agriculture and increased life spans, but scientists at the center of the Climategate e-mail scandal believed the era undermined their goal of spreading concern about global warming as it pertains to today's climate.

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=119745


 
   
 
 Post subject: Re: Global Warming - A Caveman Could Do It
Posted: Wed Dec 23, 2009 4:37 pm 
 
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Location: Overland Park, KS
The latest IEEE Spectrum has an article on nuclear waste storage in Finland. The cannisters are designed to last tens of thousands of years deep underground, including through the next ice age which is supposed to happen 25k years from now.






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