Conflict Of Interest

If NASA and NOAA said “global warming is not a problem” they would immediately lose billions of dollars in funding. No one is going to pay them to study a non-problem.

They have a very fundamental conflict of interest, and they operate as the global warming team, coach, cheerleaders, referee, scorekeeper and press. They also try to prevent neutral third parties from offering an opinion.

It is difficult to imagine a more deeply corrupt situation or conflict of interest.  Forty years ago they obtained money by pushing global cooling.

Cooling or warming, it makes no difference to them. It is all about the money.

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11 Responses to Conflict Of Interest

  1. gator69 says:

    This is the problem with allowing one entitiy to be judge, jury, and executioner.

  2. Pathway says:

    How else would most of them make a living. I doubt they could make it in the private sector.

  3. Extreme Hiatus says:

    Give me money or the planet will die.

    I think it is actually called “extortion.”

    Insert any supposedly “endangered” animal species for “the planet” and it works for the rest of the Green Gang.

  4. AZ1971 says:

    Cooling or warming, it makes no difference to them. It is all about the money.

    This is true of anything to do with political parties or government. The only defense is a skeptical eye being kept firmly on both their activities and reasoning for mo’ money.

  5. Anon says:

    Scott Pruitt is starting to address this, thank God, at EPA:

    EPA blocks scientists who get grants from its advisory boards

  6. John of Cloverdale WA says:

    From the Conclusion (V. Conclusion) of the 1974 Ad Hoc Report (page 20)
    “There is a growing volume of evidence that the extraordinary warmth of the early 20th Century is drawing to a close, and we are entering a period of less favorable climate worldwide. Snow and pack ice boundaries have been advancing in northern latitudes. Warmth-loving animals in Europe and North America are shifting their ranges southward. Hardwood forests are encroaching southward in North America.
    Careful analysis of both surface and upper air temperature records indicate a distinct global cooling trend, since about 1940.
    Our growing sensitivity to climate change, the anomalously favorable character of the climate to which the world has adapted, and the clear evidence that generally unfavorable changes are in progress, combine to portend disturbing consequences for the future.”;page=root;seq=30;view=image;size=100;orient=0

  7. Robertv says:

    Same with the arms industry to be in business they need an enemy to fight.

    An enemy that attacks bikers is big business.

    ‘The man suspected of plowing a truck through a crowded bike lane in New York City on Tuesday is 29 years old, from Uzbekistan with a green card, ‘

    • gator69 says:

      An enemy that attacks bikers is big business.

      In the US, our inner city culture is reason enough to stay well armed. And besides, an unarmed citizen is less than one step away from being a slave.

      Demonizing arms manufacturers is akin to demonizing fossil fuel companies.

  8. Rah says:

    “Extreme vetting” should be automatic for people from every country whose name ends in “stan”.

    • CheshireRed says:

      I’d suggest the burden lies with an applicant to show why they should come to a western country rather than for us to process an application and box-tick an outcome dependent on activist groups or claimed ‘refugee’ or ‘migrant’ status. Currently the west is importing terror.
      In the UK I’d start from a default position of ‘nope’ and work from there. The west needs to get serious about Islamic infiltration and that starts by recognising it’s a real and genuine threat.

  9. Andy DC says:

    Even controlling the team, coach, players, referees, fans, scorekeepers and press, they still losing the game. How bad do you have to be to accomplish that?

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