Climate Consensus

Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree with the global warming scam, and those who don’t get defunded, fired, ostracized, censored, sued, prosecuted and accused of being paid by Russia.

Brian seems to live in Windsor, Colorado and posts lots of videos of his failed drone flights (combined with awful music) on YouTube.

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48 Responses to Climate Consensus

  1. Squidly says:

    Some days I do kinda wish I had a Twatter account. But I would just go off the rails on dimwits on Twatter and get myself banned. I bet I could set a world record for being banned by Twatter.

    I used to have a Fakebook account, but finally deleted that garbage too. I was even unfriended by my uber left wing mother, in just 3 days! .. that has to be some kind of record too!

  2. Anon says:

    Does this sound familiar to anyone?

    How to Spot an Ideologue

    If, rather than trying to glean evidence from observable reality, a person seems more intent on forcing reality into the categories of his or her system, then you’re dealing with an ideologue. If evidence supporting a theory is trumpeted loudly and repeatedly, and evidence that may refute it is ignored repeatedly, then it’s an ideology, not a principled position. If every bit of data, no matter how contrary, is taken as evidence of the truth of the theory, then it’s ideology, not science.

  3. Mac says:

    LOL. This guy is a tool. I love the tinfoil hat Democrat Russia/Trump paranoia thing. It’s very amusing, and it’s just so laughably phony. I don’t think even the psycho Democrats really and truly believe it. It’s just their way of trying to win the upcoming election, since they can’t win anymore on substance and policy.

    Everything is Russia now. Like, yesterday, I found a bunch of bees in my yard. Clearly, they were put there by Putin, because bees sting, and Donald Trump wants to hurt the children with bee venom.

  4. GeologyJim says:

    I’d like to personally slap every Republican/Libertarian/Independent who failed to vote for Republicans in the mid-term elections because they couldn’t be bothered or thought it not worth the time.

    Now that the Dems will run the House and all the House committees, we are guaranteed two years of “Trump-Russia” as the excuse for every failure and illegal act by Dems.

    Broadcast of course through the media megaphone

    And now we have “Nails on chalkboard” Pelosi channeling the Pope.

    Dis. Gus. Ting.

    • Robertv says:

      Or maybe it was the only way to get reelected. We will most likely have another economic crisis before the next presidential elections and who will be blamed now democrats are in power.

  5. John S says:

    just so all are aware, this wonderful brand of ideological ‘morality’ isn’t limited to AWG deniers. Do unto others…

  6. Gator says:

    Pure projection from Brian, the modus operandi of leftists…

    So far, no hard evidence has emerged that says Donald Trump knowingly colluded with Russia during the 2016 campaign.

    But there is plenty of evidence in the form of a tangible money trail that links Vladimir Putin’s Russian government with U.S. environmental groups. In fact, the source of this funding has been subject of two congressional committee inquiries. Most recently, Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, who chairs the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, released a report in March that explores Russia’s motives for disrupting America’s energy sector.

    “Russia benefits from stirring up controversy about U.S. energy production,” Smith said in a press release. “U.S. energy exports to European countries are increasing, which means they will have less reason to rely upon Russia for their energy needs. This, in turn, will reduce Russia’s influence on Europe to Russia’s detriment and Europe’s benefit. That’s why Russian agents attempted to manipulate Americans’ opinions about pipelines, fossil fuels, fracking and climate change. The American people deserve to know if what they see on social media is the creation of a foreign power seeking to undermine our domestic energy policy.”

    If you want to know what the left is up to, just listen to what they are accusing us of doing.

  7. arn says:

    I am always amazed how Putin is able to do all this stuff with an economy that is a fraction of a fraction of United states economy and a budget that is a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of the budget of US-secret services to manipulate the US election,to built an entire infrastructure of autonmous bots(seems russians already reached AI singularity) and not just pay a whole bunch of climate deniers
    ((though i’d consider that climate gate leaks which(of course) russians were blamed for could have really been the work of russians as they did not require huge&expensive effort and had a significant negative impact on globalist and helped to form the antiAGW-front and wake some people up))
    in the meantime he is even being accussed of sabotaging Star Wars Movies
    as the guardian has really accused him(and not the subliminal forced SJW shit that ruined Star Wars) to be responsible for the massive underperformance of The Last Jedi with the article “After russian trolls tarnished The Last Jedi,it is safe to like Star Wars again”.

    The really sad thing is that the globalist meta-data-observers obviously analysed that the average guardian reader has been successfully dumbed down so much that they knew they can realise such incredibly stupid article and most will believe it- and they were right.

    ironic that someone with the name buckmaster is accusing others of bribery.

    • Anon says:

      Even if it were true, I don’t see where the ethical complaint comes from.

      1] The Democrats rigged an election against Bernie Sanders
      2] Then the Russians rigged the election against them.

      Clearly the Russians are just superior players of the game than the Democrats. It all seems like a case of bad sportsmanship.

      • arn says:

        The russian generally stick to truth with no tricks,
        while the democrats use any dirty tactic+sneaky charming speakers without substance as obama.

        From an ethical poin of view.

        Your country(deep state) was involved in far more than 50 overthrows of other governments(including an academy for dictators who were taught how to run dictatorships all over south/middle america=school of the americas+sending agents as Don Mitrione who even killed a homeless when he tough the generals in uruguay how to torture) so i think one in return
        is overdue and if it turns out that russians were guilty(which can be excluded 100% as 2 years have gone and they still have no proof though they tried everything and wasted.)
        americans should built a monument for Putin for keeping Hilary out of the white house.

        She would have merkeled and macroned your country within 6 month.

  8. Gator says:

    This is what happens to useful idiots who believe in “the Consensus”…

    The idyllic, world-class ski town of Whistler, in Canada’s west coast province of British Columbia, is dealing with major fallout after the mayor sent a letter to Alberta-based Canadian Natural Resources Ltd and a handful of other oil and gas companies asking them to pay for climate-related damages to the municipality.

    Whistler is one of sixteen British Columbia communities that have sent similar letters since the summer of 2017 to oil and gas companies, but it is the first municipality to single out a Canadian firm to pay the damages.

    The letter writing campaign has been spearheaded by West Coast Environmental Law (WCEL), a Canadian activist group.

    According to WCEL, the letters are the first step in shifting the conversation towards “accountability” and the next step is for local governments to “come together in a joint lawsuit to claim compensation for the costs of preparing for climate change.”

    Business to Move Elsewhere in Response to Letter

    The letter came shortly before a large conference of institutional investors was set to take place in Whistler this January, but conference organizer Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) announced that the oil and gas portion of the conference would be canceled after other Canadian energy companies decided not to attend, citing the mayor’s letter.

    Specifically, CIBC told the oil and gas companies:

    “In recognition of your collective and justified frustration, we do not want to put you in a position of choosing between our conference and doing what is right. We are therefore removing the oil and gas presentation stream from our conference website.”

    The fallout from the letter will cost Whistler in the future as well. CIBC added that they are looking to relocate their entire conference going forward, after holding it in Whistler for the last 22 years.

    The real consensus is that leftists are idiots.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      The broader rule is that morons surrounded by other morons do moronic things. Leftists are a subset of morons.

  9. nfw says:

    Brian just doesn’t understand the rules of argument. The moment you have to revert to ad hominem (and don’t forget Brian potentially defamatory with legal consequences in Canada) attacks, you are admitting your ideas are weak and unable to counter the points put forward by your opponent. That’s why “progressives” rely on violence, they know their ideas are promises are hollow so they attack in a most base way. Would love to see Brian debate your ideas, but we know he can’t and because he is unable to do so it would prove all his beliefs (which are ego driven) are wrong. It takes a brave and honest man or woman to admit to his/her mistakes, but we know what Brian is so he won’t. That’s why he hides on Twitter where he can have you blocked and not see the truth in his little bubble.

    Please keep up the great work Mr Heller and thanks for the warning about his drone on YouTube site, obviously something to avoid.

    • scott allen says:

      The term you are looking for is MARCUSIAN RHETORICAL and is a frequent tactic of progressives, it when you don’t engage a persons argument with logic but say things that discredit them by calling them names or applying false or misleading labels, climate deniers, racist, bigot, homophobes etc.

  10. Timo Soren says:

    Memorable quotes from my fearless department leader:

    “Someday I want to be well-known enough to be quoted.”

    “Our department slogan should be: The department that recruits without slogans!”

    “I wish that I would suffer an ad hominem, because then I would know I’ve made it! ”

    “I wish students would bribe me, because then I would fail them quicker than I do now. A win-win situation.”

  11. Timo Soren says:

    If you’re born a fascist you grow up a communist,
    If you’re born a communist you grow up a socialist,
    If your’re born a socialist you grow up a democrat,
    If you’re born a democrat you grow up a republican,
    If you’re born a republican you grow up a libertarian,
    If you’re born a libertarian you grew up in Idaho.

  12. Davide says:

    Hi, I just discovered this site.
    I write from Italy, just to tell you that you must continue in this job.
    It’s about 12 years I am aware about the global warming scam, and I see they are going to destroy, every day more, individual freedom, using this fake “science”.
    Something more similar to 1984, in reality.
    So, please, continue to publish these useful informations.

  13. Rah says:

    The news sucks. Just checking out my news feed is depressing. Not a single story having to do with government is positive.

  14. Rah says:

    To make matters worse I’m sitting here at a paper mill and they want to put 44,500 lb in this refer trailer. Pretty sure that will put me over Max allowable gross. Waiting for the powers that be to decide what to do.

    • Louis Hooffstetter says:

      If the powers that be decide to overload you, do they pay the fine if/when you get a ticket?

      This is probably a rhetorical question, but still, I’m curious. Do you have any say in the matter before you’re forced to break the law?

      • Rah says:

        The point is moot. They didn’t have me take the load. New driver damaged her trailer on a guard rail on PA- 136 east of the town of Eighty Four, PA. I’m sitting in a pull off on PA-519 five minutes north of that town waiting for the recovery crew to come

      • Rah says:

        I drove 153 mi of PA hills and then through Pittsburgh to get here.
        When I get the word they’re ready for me I’ll drive to where they are and back my trailer to her damaged trailer and they’ll put her freight on my trailer.

  15. Rah says:

    I would go to the nearest CAT scale and weigh. If over weight then take it back.

  16. Rah says:

    The driver is always responsible for any tickets they get.

  17. Rah says:

    Looooong day!

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      It seems you missed an “o” or two.

      If you are still waiting and your connectivity is good I recommend this clip:

      Four Candles

      • Rah says:

        Job done. New driver now has my trailer with her freight in it. I brought it to truck stop for her and put it in the only empty space left cause she was scared to try. Dropped it. And parked my bobtail in a space where it will fit.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          While you were working I watched Jordan Peterson being interviewed by Helen Lewis *).

          The whole thing is very interesting–as always with Peterson–but this also came up:

          *) A lefty feminist though she learned a bit from poor Cathy Newman’s bad day

          • Rah says:

            I watched the whole thing and enjoyed it. Am now in Cleveland retrieving a refer trailer that has been repaired after a driver topped it tearing half the roof off. Think they’ll let me take it back empty since it has a very strong odor of fiberglass resin and needs washed out and aired out

          • Gator says:

            I think the kids call it “reefer”, and “raising the roof”. And yeah, that resin smell is the worst. Just don’t get pulled over.

          • Rah says:

            10 years and 2 months ago when I hired on at this company a driver had to have 2 years OTR experience with no more than 1 minor incident in that time and no majors (over $10,000) in the previous 5 years. Now they’re begging the brain dead to sign on. Just got the word I can come home.

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