Climate? How Things Have Changed… Part I

I’ve talked about Climate Change pertaining to population control, but we’re going to look at this tangled wad O’ sticky tar all together, in a few parts.

Not to long ago, Al Gore said that the earth’s interior is “extremely hot, several million degrees”. National Review’s John Derbyshire says that if the earth was that hot “we’d be a star.” (Perhaps “stardom” is his goal.) News Busters’  Noel Sheppard said that the reason Al Gore won’t debate anyone on his theories because he received a D in natural science.

Recently, emails have been discovered by a hacker (emails from Hadley CRU, Britain’s largest climate research institute) that shows climatologists are manipulating data. And those emails have been verified, by the CRU director. American Thinker’s Clarice Feldman has shown some of the quotes from these emails,

The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t. The CERES data published in the August BAMS 09 supplement on 2008 shows there should be even more warming: but the data are surely wrong. Our observing system is inadequate.”

Rush Limbaugh said on his show on Friday that Hadley CRU is “a huge proponent of global warming.”

So, scientists are manipulating data, but how significant is this “problem”? (Assuming climate change was still in the running.) Meteorologist Joseph D’Alea (the first director of meteorology at The Weather Channel and former chief of the American Meteorological Society’s Committee on Weather Analysis and Forecast) says that the effect that people have on our environment, climate change, the whole bag, today would be “the equivalent of the linoleum on the first floor” on a hundred story building.

Why would scientists and politicians try to make us think that the world is going to end due to heat? Because they need a problem, so that they can solve it. The government wants to be your god. They’re trying to make you dependent on them, they want to be your savior.

Don’t believe the lie.



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