The Guardian Exposes The Depths Of The Climate Scam

In 1963, the Guardian reported on global cooling, expanding glaciers and slowing sea level rise. They described global cooling as a “deterioration of the climate.


Sea level rising less rapidly

In 1982, NASA’s James Hansen showed the same thing – sea level rise rates had plummeted after 1950.


NASA and CSIRO have since erased the post-1940 global cooling and slowing of sea level rise, and now show an acceleration derived from a nonsensical 2006 paper.


Church J, White N.. A 20th century acceleration in global sea-level rise. Geophys Res Lett 33: L01602

In 1990, the IPCC said there was no convincing evidence of an acceleration in sea level rise during the 20th century.



The 1995 IPCC report showed no warming from the 1950’s to the 1990’s.



The global warming/climate change story is one giant scam, largely fabricated during the Obama administration. It is based on worthless temperature and sea level graphs being published by NASA and NOAA.


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5 Responses to The Guardian Exposes The Depths Of The Climate Scam

  1. Scott Tucker says:

    Here’s a thought to consider: the long con is actually global cooling. Global warming merely sets the stage.

    As Tony has pointed out, “adjusted” temperatures diverge from reality at a rate of 1.3 degrees or so per century. What the artificially high temperature does is provide a future cherry-picked baseline for the time when temperatures start dropping, whether because of decadal cyclical factors or the onset of a little ice age.

    Similarly, tornadoes, hurricanes, rainfall, etc., can all be used the same way. Scientists can suddenly say — whoops, we were right about CO2, but wrong about its effects (insert here song & dance, thousands of peer-reviewed articles, a consensus etc.), and we need to ACT NOW before it’s too late. The NWO (UN, whatever) then says, we will save you, simply give us all power.

  2. Steve Fraser says:

    The first article has some interesting English usage… ‘Set in in’ is a strange way to say ‘began in’.

  3. John Farnham says:

    The Guardian is not going back to the initial impetus. Actually, scary ‘news’ stories about weather date back to at least the late 1800’s. But when I first realized prophecy was being represented as science ( astrology, anyone ? ) my very first search returned a post at LaRouche on the same topic as this link – except that article was one year older !

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