Global Warming: Select a series of "peer-reviewed" scientific papers and then write a summary with an alarming headline -- this is not science, it is manipulation of science for political purposes!
What if the headline read: “Midwest to experience profound political corruption, higher taxes, lower standard of living and accelerated waste, fraud and abuse of taxpayer funds?” All of which are as true as the fact that global climate change will mean changes in the Midwest in coming decades.
- Fact: All of the adverse events predicted for the future are well within the natural variability of climate. With significant weather events being traced to cyclic events such as the El Niño/La Niña–Southern Oscillation.
- Fact: All of the adverse events predicted for the future come from models which do not agree with observational data or are severely flawed in their assumptions, programming, and highly-massaged input data.
- Fact:: All of the cherry-picked scientific papers appear to support a pre-selected “consensus” that favors draconian public policies which have a beneficial effect on large government bureaucracies while disadvantaging ordinary citizens. Science is not performed by consensus. And the science of global climate change is highly speculative with an unproven hypothesis about anthropogenic effects on climate.
- Fact: All of the time-frames to detect changes in global climate as so large as to prevent accountability for political actions that turn out to be fraudulent.
- Fact: Man is unable, at the present time, to affect the global weather pattern and is unable to significantly influence the Sun, the Earth’s rotational dynamics, the planet’s plate tectonics or vulcanology, the deep ocean currents or the most significant greenhouse gas, water vapor.
- Fact: the Earth has been colder, hotter, with more atmospheric carbon dioxide, and less carbon dioxide prior to the industrial revolution – proving that significant climate change is natural, cyclical and operates regardless of man’s puny contribution. Many studies do not show the benefits of a warmer climate and additional atmospheric carbon dioxide.
- Fact: significant weather events, measured by property damage or loss of life can be attributed to man’s poor zoning codes (building in known climate-unfriendly areas), poor building codes (non-disaster resistant housing), and increasing population density and the rising cost of replacement building materials.
- Fact: carbon dioxide is not the culprit as it does not cause global warming and the phenomena can be explained by simple physics. Remember: carbon dioxide increases lag temperature increases by 600-1000 years.
- And, does anyone acknowledge that a warming Earth is a natural thing as we emerge from the Little Ice Age?
Conclusion: most of these reports are “mental manure” designed to panic an uneducated population into accepting socialist political propaganda based on nothing more than the whim of corrupt politicians who are purchasing their science as institutions, scientists and projects are funded by a dishonest politicians seeking control over our nation, its energy use, its economy and its people.
Mental Manure …
In the coming decades, climate change will lead to more frequent and more intense Midwest heat waves while degrading air and water quality and threatening public health. Intense rainstorms and floods will become more common, and existing risks to the Great Lakes will be exacerbated.
Those are some of the conclusions contained in the Midwest chapter of a draft report released last week by the federal government that assesses the key impacts of climate change on every region in the country and analyzes its likely effects on human health, water, energy, transportation, agriculture, forests, ecosystems and biodiversity.
The draft National Climate Assessment report is available at http://ncadac.globalchange.gov. A summary of associated technical input papers is available at www.glisa.umich.edu. Public comment on the draft report will be accepted through April 12. Read more at: Climate Change to Profoundly Affect the Midwest in Coming Decades
Bottom line …
Ask yourself, how many of the participating scientists are actually administrators with scientific credentials?
Ask yourself, how many of the participating scientists are actually outspoken climate activists?
Ask yourself, how many of the participating scientists have an association with a known advocacy group that has socialist connections and funding?
Ask yourself, how many of the participating scientists are associated with the United Nation’s IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) which has been the source of misleading and erroneous data?
Ask yourself, how many of the participating scientists have been implicated in the climate-gate e-mail scandal showing gross manipulation of modeling data, cherry-picked timeframes, and subversion of the peer-review process to prevent counter-arguments from appearing in print.
But most of all, ask yourself how any of this information can be validated and verified by science so you do not have to take the word of corrupt politicians for results which will not be apparent for hundreds of years?
Mental manure and bullpucky!
Read through some of these “input” papers …
Consider for yourself the tone of the papers submitted, the localized data being mapped to a larger geographical area, – and the disclaimers, error projections and waffle words like “appears,” “suggests,” “possible,” etc. This is the type of billion-dollar research that is prevalent in climate science … much of it abstracted and used to produce a false socialist political scenario: government must be enlarged and have more control in order to manage the scarcity of natural resources for the upcoming generations. It is just another form of population control that is the basis for socialism and communism.
Technical inputs for the 2013 National Climate Assessment were due March 1, 2012. Please note that these reports were submitted independently to the National Climate Assessment for consideration and have not been reviewed by the National Climate Assessment Development and Advisory Committee. Links to agency-sponsored reports will be posted here as they are made available.
- Forestry: Vose, James M.; Peterson, David L.; Patel-Weynand, Toral, eds. 2012. National Climate Assessment—forest sector technical report. PNW-GTR-870. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.
- National Climate Assessment Health Sector Workshop: Northwest Region Report;
February 23‐24, 2012
- National Climate Assessment Health Sector Workshop: Southeast Region Report;
February 13‐14, 2012
- Biodiversity & Ecosystems: Michelle D. Staudinger, Nancy B. Grimm, Amanda Staudt, Shawn L. Carter, F. Stuart Chapin III, Peter Kareiva, Mary Ruckelshaus, Bruce A. Stein. 2012. Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Ecosystem Services: Technical Input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment. Cooperative Report to the 2013 National Climate Assessment. 296 p.
- Agriculture: Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: An Assessment of Effects and Potential for Adaptation, 2012
- ORNL, 2012. Climate Change and Energy Supply and Use. Technical Report to the U.S. Department of Energy in Support of the National Climate Assessment, February 20, 2012.
- A special open access issue of ESA's Frontiers in Ecology on 'Biogenic greenhouse gases in North American terrestrial ecosystems' (December 2012) incorporates 8 papers first prepared as technical input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment (NCA), with the support from the Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group (CCIWG) member agencies and others.
- ORNL, 2012. Climate Change and Infrastructure, Urban Systems, and Vulnerabilities. Technical Report to the U.S. Department of Energy in Support of the National Climate Assessment, February 29, 2012.
- Skaggs R, K Hibbard et al. 2012. Climate and Energy-Water-Land System Interactions:
Technical Report to the U.S. Department of Energy in Support of the National Climate Assessment. Report No. PNNL-21185, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA.
- Land Use and Land Cover Change: Loveland, Thomas; Mahmood, Rezaul; Patel-Weynand, Toral; Karstensen, Krista; Beckendorf, Kari; Bliss, Norman; and Carleton, Andrew; 2012, National climate assessment technical report on the impacts of climate and land use and land cover change: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012–1155, 86 p.
- Regional Scenarios For Climate Assessment and Adaptation
- Hawaii & Pacific Islands: Keener, V. W., Marra, J. J., Finucane, M. L., Spooner, D., & Smith, M. H. (Eds.). (2012). Climate Change and Pacific Islands: Indicators and Impacts. Report for The 2012 Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment. Washington, DC: Island Press. (Purchase a hard copy on the Island Press website here).
- Alaska: Markon, C.J., Trainor, S.F., and Chapin, F.S., III, eds., 2012, The United States National Climate Assessment—Alaska Technical Regional Report: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1379, 148 p.
- Northeast: Horton, R.; Solecki, W.; and Rosenzweig, C.; Draft Technical Input Report: Climate Change in the Northeast - A Sourcebook [DRAFT]
- Northwest: A Workshop in Risk-Based Framing of Climate Impacts in the Northwest: Implementing the National Climate Assessment Risk-Based Approach; March 2012
- Southeast: Southeast Region Technical Report to the National Climate Assessment; July 23, 2012
- Burkett, .R. and Davidson, M.A. [Eds.]. (2012). Coastal Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability: A Technical Input to the 2012 National Climate Assessment. Cooperative Report to the 2013 National Climate Assessment. Washington, DC: Island Press. (Purchase a hard copy on the Island Press website here).
- Parris, A., P. Bromirski, V. Burkett, D. Cayan, M. Culver, J. Hall, R. Horton, K. Knuuti, R. Moss, J. Obeysekera, A. Sallenger, and J. Weiss. 2012. Global Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the US National Climate Assessment. NOAA Tech Memo OAR CPO-1. 37 pp. (A report of the NCA Scenarios Workgroup).
- Griffis, Roger and Howard, Jennifer, eds. (2012). Oceans and Marine Resources in a Changing Climate: Technical Input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment. United States Global Change Research Project, Washington, DC.
- Burkett, V.R. and Davidson, M.A. [Eds.]. (2012). Coastal Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability: A Technical Input to the 2012 National Climate Assessment. Cooperative Report to the 2013 National Climate Assessment., pp. 150.
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“The key to fighting the craziness of the progressives is to hold them responsible for their actions, not their intentions.” – OCS
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius
“A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves, and traitors are not victims... but accomplices” -- George Orwell
“Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt." (The people gladly believe what they wish to.) ~Julius Caesar
“Describing the problem is quite different from knowing the solution. Except in politics." ~ OCS