Cutting Straight To The Fake News

“We will know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false”

  • William Casey  CIA Director 1981

Former CIA intern Anderson Cooper asks if you want to cut straight to the facts.

Last year, fake news CNN’s meteorologist breathlessly reported on “a new crack” in Greenland’s Petermann glacier, under the heading of “Extreme Weather.”

Greenland glacier crack has scientists’ attention – CNN

I have little doubt that people who work at CNN are on crack, but ice and snow at Greenland’s Petermann glacier has been increasing for the past six years.

NASA Imagery

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7 Responses to Cutting Straight To The Fake News

  1. Gator says:

    What would Cooper know about straight facts?

  2. arn says:

    imo huger cracks on glaciers should be no surprise when glaciers grow.
    The bigger=the more weight= more pressure and stress((it’s easier to break a 3 foot long stick than a 3 each long) and the steeper regions
    below the glacier will let it shift a bit faster than on flat regions and cracks should be the results.
    But nothing of importance.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Yes. Calving is a sign of growth. It’s completely different from recession.

      Alarmunists claim science is on their side, yet they avoid/ignore physics as if it is the plague. Well, it IS the plague to their man-made hyped-pothesis.

      • arn says:

        A huge wedding cake can only be moved carefully and slowly while a small cake in your hand can drop and still keep the shape.
        Things tend to scale in completely different ways when changing in size.
        A 7 foot tall (wo)man can never move as elegant and smooth as a 6 foot tall one(except wilt chamberlain maybe):
        and that’s just a difference of 17% in height.

        Another ‘problem’ is
        that the crack doesn’t really matter as a visible crack on the surface of glaciers does not mean that the entire thing got split,but just a part on the surface and that this crack may be closed after some time with new ica and snow.
        And even after a complete split nothing will really change-
        you would just have two parts instead of one.

    • Disillusioned says:

      I think Tony nailed it – the “small line” that caught Stef Lhermitte’s eye is probably the terminus (which has been obviously growing) where it meets the winter build-out that melts each summer. I can see no sign of calving (which I cannot see why would be a sign of a problem even if it were ready to calve again).

  3. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    Anyone who has ever hired a ‘butt crack contractor’ knows that all you get from them is shoddy work.

    This is the kind of research you get from ‘butt crack scientists’.

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