A Low Cost Proposal To End Climate Change Hysteria

Scientists want to build ten million machines to freeze the already frozen Arctic.

Forty years ago, they wanted to melt the frozen Arctic.


We can end imaginary climate change, by simply cutting off funding to junk science.

10 Jan 1871 – IMAGINARY CHANGES OF CLIMATE. (Pall Mall Gazette.)

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35 Responses to A Low Cost Proposal To End Climate Change Hysteria

  1. mat says:

    Real News about a Fake Problem = Fake News….

  2. Gail Combs says:

    Cut ALL funding to US universities. Let them have to compete for students on the basis of providing a USEFUL education.

  3. Colorado Wellington says:

    Move over, machines. You will not be needed. UK science daily Grauniad reports that the woolly mammoth will fix the Arctic and save us from global warming. The solution will be cage-free, free-range and certified organic:

    The woolly mammoth vanished from the Earth 4,000 years ago, but now scientists say they are on the brink of resurrecting the ancient beast in a revised form, through an ambitious feat of genetic engineering.

    “Our aim is to produce a hybrid elephant-mammoth embryo,” said Prof George Church. “Actually, it would be more like an elephant with a number of mammoth traits. We’re not there yet, but it could happen in a couple of years.”

    Church, a guest speaker at the meeting, said the mammoth project had two goals: securing an alternative future for the endangered Asian elephant and helping to combat global warming. Woolly mammoths could help prevent tundra permafrost from melting and releasing huge amounts of greenhouse gas into the atmosphere.


    • AndyG55 says:

      “Woolly mammoths could help prevent tundra permafrost from melting ”

      Really ??!! and just how are they going to do that?

      ps.. I imagine the methane release from a mammoth, would be considerably larger than a normal elephant.

      • pmc47025 says:

        Good question AndyG55. The article explains very clearly:

        “They keep the tundra from thawing by punching through snow and allowing cold air to come in,” said Church. “In the summer they knock down trees and help the grass grow.”

        I’d guess a rigorous mammophantCMIP5 computer study (including methane output) verified accuracy and obvious benefits. I wonder how many mammophant footprints were required to save the tundra.

        • Gail Combs says:

          OR, they know it is going to get darn cold and want a meat animal that can survive far northern Ice Age type conditions.

          This is not really new. The Guy my Hubby talked to via e-mail is in Siberia working on recreating the primitive Siberian wild horses and also working on the Mammoths. SEE: Pleistocene Park

          Project Mammoth Revival is a RUSSIAN funded group.
          The unique discovery was made by the Project Mammoth Revival, a Russian-funded research venture which aims to clone the prehistoric creature.

          The project is just one of several teams racing to produce a clone of a mammoth.link


          More on the Yakutian semi-wild horses. They have unique adaptions for very cold temps

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          I often wonder how researchers in unrelated fields come up with these climate change claims before they put it into their presentations and press releases.

          I imagine a bunch of these guys getting rowdy during happy hour when one of them throws it out there. They laugh really hard until they realize they’ve heard even bigger bullshit before and say:

          “Why not? Everybody does it.”

          • Gail Combs says:

            Actually they stole it from the Russians…

            Siberian Pleistocene Park
            Restoration of the Mammoth Steppe Ecosystem

            Scientific background

            At the end of the Pleistocene, steppe ecosystems were the dominant ecosystems on the planet. In Europe, Northern Asia and Northern America the Mammoth steppe ecosystem dominated. In more southern regions, mammoths were absent, but all steppe ecosystems were very similar, characterized by a high density of animals, rich herbaceous vegetation, and high rates of biogeochemical cycling. Animal species varied from ecosystem to ecosystem, but the roles played by these different types of animals remained relatively constant. For an ecosystem to be sustainable it must have large heavy grazers, such elephants, ruminants such as cows and goats, predators suchs as wolves and tigers etc. Steppe ecosystems were extremely stable, since they developed over hundreds of thousands of years and survived several deep glaciations and warm periods similar to the Holocene. High animal density allowed only grasses to be the dominating vegetation, since only grasses can sustain active grazing. Shrubs, moss and trees were either trampled or broken.

            An analysis of bones collected in northern Siberia has allowed scientists to calculate that the animal biomass, even in the coldest periods in the north, reached 10 ton/km2, and that the average per square kilometer of pasture included one mammoth, five bison, six horses, and 10 reindeer. The number of animals in the southern steppes or wet steppes was significantly higher than in the north.

            When the climate warmed, pasture productivity increased, and animal density rose, while the opposite occurred during cooling periods. Steppe ecosystems played an important role in driving the climate of the earth. During glaciations steppe soil, especially the soil of the mammoth steppe-tundra, was a main reservoir, or “sink”, for carbon on the planet. While during climate warming (deglaciations) periods the steppe soil released thousands of billions of tonnes of carbon back into the atmosphere. Steppe vegetation has a high albedo, thus significant portion of heat from the sun was reflected back into space. The high productivity and transpiration rate of steppes meant that the soil in the steppes remained, therefore wetlands were rare, and emission of methane, an important greenhouse gas, was low. The mammoth steppe tundras had higher albedo and were drier than moss and shrub tundra ecosystems found in the north today….

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            Ok, so it was the Russians drinking …

          • Gail Combs says:

            Vodka of course….

            …Among the many secrets loudmouth Belenko spilled was that Soviet jet experts faced a serious problem: despite the use of grain alcohol, an old but effective de-icer, the windshields of MIG-25 Foxbat interceptors were icing up. What had gone wrong? The answer, according to Belenko: Soviet crew chiefs on the ground were drinking the grain alcohol to relieve Siberian boredom and surreptitiously replacing the liquid with water….

  4. Stewart Pid says:

    And I would put Jim and Griff in charge of maintenance of these arctic coolers ;-) and post them to an ice island at the north pole where they can dance about in their speedos in the roasting hot arctic that has the two of them so excited.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Nah, just send them to work on the the Pleistocene Park in Siberia. I am sure they could use more volunteer labor to pass out hay in the winter and build/repair fencing in the summer

      • Gail Combs says:

        They certainly need help with the fences. Bison and moose are bad but can you imagine trying to build a fence to contain a wooly mammoth??? From dealing with sheep, I know Wooly = completely ignore electric fence. Goats teach you they LOVE to rub on a fence till they knock it down. Deer teach you that fence had BETTER be at least 8 foot high.

        Building of the Park started in 1996. At that time was built first 50 ha paddock and were introduced first animals – horses and moose. In 2004-2005 was built bigger fence with put boundary around 1600 ha territory. After that first reindeers were introduced. In 2010 first group of musk ox from Wrangel were brought to the park, and in spring of 2011 first bison and wapiti appeared in the park….

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          I remember an article about the cowboys on one of the early commercial bison ranches some 25-30 years ago. They were experienced cowmen but they learned quickly that bison are not cattle. They said standard-height cattle fencing was “a mere suggestion” to the hairy beasts. Was there any difference in herding them, the reporter wanted to know.

          “Yes,” they laughed.

          “We had to get much faster motorcycles.”

        • RAH says:

          Hell Gail the fence around the grounds for MedLab at Ft. Bragg was 15′! It was chain link with green mesh stretched across it to help conceal what was going on inside.
          It was the little thin goats that could spring up over half that fence height to bounce off that fence in an attempt to get away from their trainee. Of course you could hardly blame them since every time they saw us we were poking, and prodding them getting blood, taking rectal temp, getting urine and fecal samples and such.

          As for cattle? Had to deal with fencing for them when I was a member of the county Cemetery commission. 8″ square cedar with knee braces of the same for corner posts and for gate openings. 6″ square cedar of intermediate supports spaced at maximum of 15′ from corner or another intermediate. Metal “T” driven for the rest at 5′ intervals. Single strand of barbed wire at 2′ above ground level and two strands topping off the 4′ farm fence mesh. Cattle are hard on a grave yard when they get in with the stones.

        • AndyG55 says:

          Now consider kangaroos ! :-)

  5. R Shearer says:

    Lol, who needs AC, just open your refrigerator.

  6. oeman50 says:

    And the heat released from the freezing water warms the atmosphere, making it warmer and melting more ice….ow, my head hurts.

  7. JPinbalt says:

    And do not forget the climate “scientists” in the late 70s were also proposing to use nukes to melt the ice caps to prevent another ice age amidst a few years of cold weather.
    Prof. Stephen Schneider
    The Coming Ice Age – 1978

    Well at least we did not go through with ideas from bright idiots like Obama’s Science Czar John Holdren wanting to poison the water supply to lower the birth rate to save use from overpopulation growth (but did have to listen to his idiot crap a few years ago where the cold that winter was caused global warming because the polar vortex was more wavy via taxpayers and white house).

  8. AZ1971 says:

    The Brisbane Chronicle article was quite interesting to read, as it shows that—136 years later—we’re still dealing with sensationalism in the media, especially anything to do with the weather and/or climate.

    It only takes watching five minutes worth of The Weather Channel or the BBC to realize that without sensationalizing the “news”, no one would pay any attention short of whether or not to wear their wellies.

  9. Robertv says:

    A plastic film that cools surfaces by as much as 10°C.


  10. annieoakley says:

    I seem to remember that Holdren wanted to spread coal dust on Greenland because the ice is too thick and it not ‘fixing’ Greenland is going to cause an Ice Age. This was a long time ago so maybe it is me.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Holdren and his buddies DID spread coal dust on the Arctic, but they did it by giving China US $$$ to build coal plants. A friend in Alaska was complaining bitterly of all the pollution from China no pollution what was their pristine environment.
      In pure Arctic air, signs of China’s economic boom

    • JPinBalt says:

      Why did the Vikings name it Greenland if it is all white now? They settled the circa 980s when it was warm.
      They properly named Iceland circa settling there 870 when it was cold.
      Maybe Holdren wanted to use the Ice Age scam to use coal dust to plant the seeds to later rename Greenland Blackland or Wetland to use as evidence for current global warming scam in his infinite wisdom and crystal ball he uses to see the future? Maybe he knew of time travel in the 70s and went back and poisoned the water supply with birth control pills for the Norse settlers to save the planet from overpopulation growth. He had lots of great grandiose ideas to fix things. Since he recently lost his propaganda job at the White House, maybe the Chinese will hire him.

      Greenland Temperature:

  11. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Fricking lunatics.

  12. AndyG55 says:

    The Arctic is looking after itself quite well

    I was just comparing the Russian OLD ICE from 2013 to 2017

    HUGE growth

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