Monday, November 30, 2009

Climate Change Data Dumped - Times Online

Barely looking at the Times website gave me the distinct impression that the great climate change science scandal can't turn back the tide toward modern eco friendly, sustainable everything. These words have permeated our cultures so thoroughly that boxes of goods now have things like Sustainabilty Factors listed on the outside. This is the poverty line that will be drawn between businesses, and to not endorse these fads and to not use the lingo in your advertising is cutting yourself off from the consumers who have been trained to expect it. It will get harder and harder for people who have studied and rejected as false the sustainable development agenda to participate in the business world, because, so far there's no hacked mushroom cloud revealing the entire purpose for the environmental movement and LA21 Programmes. Global governance is still way outside mainstream America's acceptable topic list.

November 29, 2009

Climate change data dumped

SCIENTISTS at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have admitted throwing away much of the raw temperature data on which their predictions of global warming are based.

It means that other academics are not able to check basic calculations said to show a long-term rise in temperature over the past 150 years.

The UEA’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU) was forced to reveal the loss following requests for the data under Freedom of Information legislation.

One of the comments on the scandal article caught my eye:
Roger Young wrote:
I think you are missing the point about the Copenhagen Beano. It is to get political agreement to form global governance through the UN. Climate Change/Global Warming, call it what you want, is the cover. Read What Lord Monckton has to say about this meeting, at least he has had time to read the draft agreement and discover what our politicans are going to sign away on our behalf.
This spat about the "hacked" emails is directing attention away from the full agenda of the Copenhagen meeting. A coincidence?


Anonymous said...

I agree. I have experienced this. I present facts to people to show them how they have been lied to about something, they pause briefly to think about my facts, and then they go right back to accepting the lies. I guess they call that cognitive dissonance.

Bobby Garner said...

"the great climate change science scandal can't turn back the tide toward modern eco friendly, sustainable everything."

Of course it won't turn back the tide. It wasn't intended to. As I indicated in comments to an earlier topic, the email leak is not the real story. That was a deceptive move to distract attention from the truth (always the purpose of any deception) that the Global Warming agenda will be carried forward in the political arena which the people have long since lost control of.

The public debate is over.

The proof will come out of Copenhagen next month.

REB said...

"Green" makes me want to spend my money elsewhere. I'm doing what I can to refuse the kool-aid and expose the eviro-insanity movement.

Don't give up!