Draining The Climate Swamp

Another success for President Trump. Climate scientists leaving the US and moving to France.

Promising to ‘Make Our Planet Great Again,’ Macron lures 13 U.S. climate scientists to France – The Washington Post

Quite a troupe of well paid traveling clowns. This one particularly caught my attention.

“I jumped at the promise of a five-year contract!” said Alessandra Giannini, a professor at Columbia University’s Earth Institute who studies the effects of warming oceans on Africa’s Sahel region.

Giannini’s research has conclusively demonstrated that the persistent drought that afflicted the Sahel region in the 1970s and 1980s could be tied to rising sea surface temperatures worldwide. 

Had Giannini done any actual research, she would have known that drought in the Sahel during the 1970’s was caused by global cooling, not global warming. The entire premise of her research is bogus.  How many millions of dollars have been wasted by her doing research which can be proved wrong by five seconds on Google?

TimesMachine: December 29, 1974 – NYTimes.com

25 Jul 1976, Page 242 – The Los Angeles Times at Newspapers.com

Global warming would increase rainfall and reduce droughts.

Global warming could end Sahara droughts, says study | Science | The Guardian

Giannini is hoping for another 20 years of junk science funding.

Giannini plans to do an additional 15 to 20 years of research — “I love my job!” she wrote. But she said over the past 15 to 20 years, it had already become harder to obtain federal funding,

Giannini said, however, that “we should do all we can to curb the warming. Otherwise I am convinced that the ice caps will melt, and there will be no going back.”

Our gain is France’s loss. Pack up your thirteen ring climate circus – and go.

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18 Responses to Draining The Climate Swamp

  1. R. Shearer says:

    Any chance they could take Cher and Rosie with them?

  2. Andy DC says:

    Yes, they can now sponge off the French government, making idiotic predictions that never come true.

  3. John F. Hultquist says:

    I think the woman that got the butterfly issue bassackwards is going to France also.
    Her name reminds me of the cheese called Parmesan — close enough.

    French researchers ought to be p. o. at their government.

  4. Phil Jones says:

    Indeed.. Her Premise is [insert expletive here] stoopid..

    Good catch!!

  5. arn says:

    In 1992 at the UN meeting in Rio Edmund de Rothschild declared
    global warming as a fact.
    ((the Rothschild own a great share of royal dutch shell and monopolised the Baku Oil Fields with the Rockfellers a hundred years ago))

    Why am i not surprised that In 2017 a Rothschild Banker called Macron((an obama like globalist puppet turned within weeks from nobody to a president with the help of the MSM to prevent antiglobalist le pen winning the race in france))
    is now busy saving Rothschilds AGW
    ((of course not with rothschild money,
    as in the end french tax payers will be force…oops have the ‘privilige’ to pay those 13 useless parasites-))

    • Nutation_discombobulation says:

      One example of a well meaning, deceived big investment institution now squeezing the economy forwarding Global Social Democratic policy. It will be an almost impossible battle to turn the tide now, but hopefully Joe on the street is wising up to the disinformation from these climate parasites, thanks to people like Tony.

      Quote; James Day, Director Australia & NZ – CDP:
      “CDP welcomes the announcement by NZ Super Fund of its new climate change investment strategy. NZ Super Fund is joining other leading asset owners around the world that are sensibly addressing the risks that climate change poses to its investments. We were struck by the breadth of their climate commitments, from measuring and reducing carbon exposure across all of their physical equities, through to being an active owner via their voting activity and engagement, which is becoming an increasingly important mechanism for investors to drive the change they need to protect their investments.”

      Tony Please keep up the fight, the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic, sank!

      The Reds are not under the beds, they are standing right amongst us.

  6. These “climate scientists” surely will be “genius[es] in France.”

  7. Latitude says:

    I don’t think they realize they are saying the Saharan is going back to normal….

  8. OneTeam says:

    No need for any more research…this guy has got to the bottom of it all: Bird flu. https://youtu.be/gzV8Q2fsN0o?t=11m8s

  9. dave1billion says:

    “Giannini’s research has CONCLUSIVELY demonstrated that the persistent drought that afflicted the Sahel region in the 1970s and 1980s COULD be tied to rising sea surface temperatures worldwide.”

    How in the f’ing hell can you say that research has “conclusively demonstrated” that a result “could” be tied to a parameter and have that mean anything?

    Unbelievable! In just about every sense of the word.

    PS – I’m not a professional grammarian, but aren’t the verb tenses in that sentence scrambled? I honestly don’t know, but it seems to me that “… could have been tied …” is preferable over “… could be tied …” when you’re referencing something that happened 30-40 years ago.

  10. Justa Joe says:

    What do you call 13 climate “scientists” expatriated to France?

    A good start.

  11. kramer says:


    Great job realclimatescience!

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