fatter_disasterSupposedly, world leaders are meeting in London to work on solutions for man-made climate change.  What many of them are doing in reality is trying to perpetuate a hoax. Check out Representative Lamar Smith article in the Washington Times.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is the nation’s leading collector of climate data. Every day, NOAA analyzes vast amounts of data to predict changes to our climate, weather, oceans and coasts. The agency also publishes monthly temperature averages across the nation and compares those numbers to historical temperature records.

As the nation’s self-proclaimed authority on “environmental intelligence,” NOAA should be held to the highest scientific standards. This means their conclusions should be objective, independent of political consideration and based on all available sources of information.

NOAA’s top official, Kathryn Sullivan, has described the agency’s role as providing “timely, reliably, and actionable information — based on sound science — every day to millions of Americans.”

In testimony before the House Science Committee, NOAA’s deputy administrator, Manson Brown, made similar remarks, noting the importance of satellite data. He said that NOAA’s ability “to deliver environmental intelligence starts with keeping the pulse of the planet, especially the atmosphere and the ocean, and this is the central capability where space-based assets come into play.” So why does NOAA leave out satellite data when it releases climate projections?

NOAA often fails to consider all available data in its determinations and climate change reports to the public. A recent study by NOAA, published in the journal Science, made “adjustments” to historical temperature records and NOAA trumpeted the findings as refuting the nearly two-decade pause in global warming. The study’s authors claimed these adjustments were supposedly based on new data and new methodology. But the study failed to include satellite data.

Atmospheric satellite data, considered by many to be the most objective, has clearly showed no warming for the past two decades. This fact is well documented, but has been embarrassing for an administration determined to push through costly environmental regulations. (continued here)

When the evidence against it is so obvious, the fact so many believe in “climate change” is proof our society is unraveling.



  1. atimetoshare

    Absolutely! Our president is so intent on leaving some kind of legacy. Obamacare hasn’t worked, so this is his next attempt. Maybe this president of “peace” who actually won the Nobel Peace Prize, should take a look at the mess he’s created and start concentrating on the real issues – like the budget deficit, ISIS and the racial tensions.

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    1. I don’t know if he wants to leave a legacy or if he is just crooked. Too many devious people are making a bundle off the global warming hoax. As it is, we would probably be better off if he just dug a deep hole and pulled the dirt back in on top of himself.

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  2. A couple of old American sayings come to mind concerning global warming:

    1. A fool and his money are soon parted.
    2. There’s a sucker born every minute.

    People who put their faith in politicians to solve social problems are both fools and suckers.

    What’s an even worse shame is that there are so many fools and suckers around nowadays that they are going to drag everyone down into ruin.

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  4. I hate to rain on your Obama clashing, poor us that don’t believe in climate change, love fest. But Obama is not making this up out of thin air.. See post from a source far more knowledgeable than any political leader and definitely more knowledgeable than a few what I assume to be uneducated bloggers. The post was from an entity that has no political gain by creating lies about climate change.

    NEWS | November 12, 2015
    Seven case studies in carbon and climate
    By Carol Rasmussen, NASA’s Earth Science News Team,
    and Kate Ramsayer, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

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    1. @kingakt

      Since the entire article takes up more space than it is worth, I replaced it with a link.

      Did you read the article? It doesn’t prove anything.

      Look at what is going on in D.C. Too many of our leaders will do anything as an excuse to seize more power. How to they propose to stop “global warming”? What is it that they propose to do that will actually fix this imaginary problem. For the sake of argument, let’s say the satellite data actually shows what it does not, a steady increase in the average global temperature. Our leaders in D.C. are demanding greater powers, but how are they fixing anything, much less global warming?


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