Sunday, January 31, 2010

Is "global warming" based on scientific fact or stories told around the bonfire?

It is based on anecdotes, though, told by the same people who tell stories of the Abominable Snowman.

That is a spot quote from Don Surber, who wrote:

The credibility of Church of Manmade Global Warming — which calls its priests “scientists” — is disappearing faster than the mountain glaciers its adherents claim are melting as a penance for the sins of mankind.

“The United Nations’ expert panel on climate change based claims about ice disappearing from the world’s mountaintops on a student’s dissertation and an article in a mountaineering magazine,” Richard Gray of the London Telegraph reported.

Ah yes, the claim that the Himalayans will be ice free in 25 years is based on a few stories from sherpas.

And it was that contention that helped win Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change the Nobel Peace Prize.

Only now are IPCC officials owning up to the lies and cover-ups they have had over the years.

This revelation is only the latest in a string of discoveries that show the “science” purported by Al Gore and the Climatologists is nothing but distortions. The IPCC is a pack of bureaucrats who are using Chicken Little tactics to expand government’s control of industry.

This one is particularly lame.

The IPCC claims that the melting of mountaintops and that the Himalayans will be ice free by 2035 is based on science.
It is based on anecdotes, though, told by the same people who tell stories of the Abominable Snowman.

Yet no matter how much evidence comes out that shows that global warming is a scam of epic proportions, the powers that be continue to hang their hats on it.  Follow the money.  Which brings me to the President's SOTU address in which he mocked global warming skeptics-I wonder what is in his stock portfolio.

Read the rest of Surber's post.

1 comment:

Mr. Xyz said...

This spoof of climate science may be of interest:

http://climaterealists.com/?id=4960