Christopher Booker of the UK Telegraph calls man-made global warming the “biggest science scandal ever,” and it’s easy to see why.
Recent studies have shown:
- Temperature data from NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) was dramatically altered, and rather than showing a 1.5-degree Celsius increase from 1950 to 2014, the raw data actually showed a 1-degree Celsius temperature decrease over those 65 years.
- Two of the official data records for climate temperatures — Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) in California, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) — have recorded 18 straight years of no temperature increases, and 2014, recently called the “warmest year ever” was, in fact, only the sixth warmest year since 1997.
- Arctic ice levels, it turns out, have nothing to do with alleged man-made global warming. The decrease in Acrtic ice is simply a byproduct of naturally occurring cyclical shifts in warm water currents. In fact, when the warm water currents last peaked 75 years ago, Arctic ice had retreated even further back than it has recently.
None of this is news to John Casey, who has been at the forefront of the movement calling man-made global warming a total hoax.
Casey, a former White House space program adviser, consultant to NASA headquarters, and space shuttle engineer, found evidence — buried right in the government’s own environmental studies — that destroys the argument for “global warming.”
Using their own data, John Casey has proven that “global warming” is a scam backed by a network of politicians, corporations, and scientists conspiring to promote the fear of “global warming” . . . despite clear evidence that no such “global warming” exists.
Casey’s analysis is shocking…and all of this is a must-read exposé.
NORM ‘n’ AL Note: When you DO read the real facts behind this scandal, you will begin getting even madder than you probably are already at the way the US government has been “playing” its citizens for the last few decades. Remember Al Gore, and his fanatical focus on this non-existent issue? Remember John Kerry and Mr. O, his boss, telling us even very recently that climate change was more important than any other issue, even the murdering Islamic terrorists and their determination to expand their control of the Middle East? We are now being put in the position of having to doubt everything the US government tells us. Everything. Why would the government do this, and do it deliberately? One simple reason: The climate change issue can be made to look so big and so important, with enough focus and attention in the media, that it will distract from all the other stupid stuff the government is trying to do. Or cover up. And with climate change, all it takes is a little fudging of the numbers, and the end result looks like calamity. But as we’ve been saying for years now, the real calamity in the US is the one in the White House. Why would Obama spend billions of dollars on an issue that doesn’t exist? Because it’s not his money, and he doesn’t care about YOUR money. Why would corporations get on the same silly bandwagon? So they can (a) get more government money, like the now-bankrupt Solyndra, and (b) sell more stuff like solar panels, smart thermostats, and other unnecessary equipment. Mr. O also doesn’t care about the truth behind the news reports you get. (In fact, he appears not to care about truth in any form.) Obama is just treading water in the White House, trying not to drown in a job he has never been able to handle. Nor does he care about doing a good job at his elected position, for the same reason. He never sought the office of president to do a good job, he sought it only to promote himself, build his ego, and assure his future financial well-being. (YOUR financial well-being was something that has never even crossed his mind.) Why would supposedly self-respecting scientists decide to become climate change champions? Because (a) they were too lazy to verify all the details (and not all scientists graduated at the top of their class, y’know), (b) they wanted to be associated with a huge and popular issue (scientists have an ego too, y’know), and (c) they too wanted to belly up to the government money trough (by getting research grants, writing books and papers, or getting climate-related, high-paying government jobs).
[by Christopher Booker, writing for The Telegraph in the UK]
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NORM ‘n’ AL, Minneapolis