New Video : Fraud In The National Climate Assessment (Part 1)

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22 Responses to New Video : Fraud In The National Climate Assessment (Part 1)

  1. Lasse says:

    “We have to get rid of..”
    Well done Tony!

  2. GW Smith says:

    Excellent video, Tony! Thanks so much! I’m sending it out.

  3. Robertv says:

    Earth temperature has been dropping for at least 8000 years and was at its highest when plants were near low CO2 starvation.

  4. garyh845 says:

    Just picked this up in a National Geo article shrilling, “2019 may be the hottest year yet—here’s why:”

    “The top four hottest years have been among the last four, 2015-2018, driven by increased emissions of heat-trapping carbon dioxide (CO2)—which have also reached record levels, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The Earth’s climate has been warmer than the 20th Century average over the last 406 consecutive months. That means no one under the age of 32 has ever experienced a cooler-than-average month.”


  5. john emery says:

    Temperature has nothing to do with “greenhouse” gases, anyway:

  6. just a thought says:

    So, basically, even when they tell you “the truth,” they tell it in a way that makes it a lie.

    Sounds about right for them.

    Thanks, Tony. Another excellent video!

  7. Anon says:

    I almost fell over in my chair when I read this:

    Wintertime Arctic Sea Ice Growth Slows Long-term Decline: NASA</b<

    Comment from WUWT: I guess we should count ourselves lucky the world isn’t currently in a cooling phase, otherwise we might lose the Arctic icepack altogether.

    • Louis Hooffstetter says:

      Glaciers are rivers of ice. Their speed and flow rate is a function of how much precipitation falls in upstream areas. The more upstream precipitation, the faster a river/glacier flows.

      The graphic in the article shows these Antarctic glaciers are speeding up as they reach the ocean (>1000 m/yr.). I’m not a glaciologist, but to me, that indicates more ice in upstream areas than usual, presumably due to increased precipitation (snowfall) over an extended period of time in that region of Antarctica. In short, it seems to show that this area of Antarctica has been gaining ice for some time. That’s my 2 cents worth.

  8. Mr Sir says:

    “I’m not a glaciologist” Well, that explains it. I’ll listen to what the professionals in the field have to say.

    • Gator says:

      Well then let someone who actually became a Climatology student as a result of studying glaciology explain…

      During the hackathon we developed the Live Ice Velocity Estimation Glaciers web tool that provides the near real-time visualization of glacier surface velocity fields, obtained by processing free SENTINEL-1 Synthetic Aperture Radar images through our own algorithm, with the addition of environmental variables from NASA GIBS.

      It’s another failed alarmist model, dipshit. And even the authors of this tripe admit that due to the shape of the underlying rock, nothing alarming is likely to occur.

      Since you never answered my questions Little Man, let’s try again.

      1- List all climate forcings, order them from most to least effectual, and then quantify them all.

      2- Please provide even one peer reviewed paper that refutes natural variability as the cause of recent, or any, global climate changes.

      There is nothing unusual or unprecedented about our climate, or how we got here. For 4,500,000,000 years climates have always changed, naturally. This means there has been a set precedent, and the burden of proof falls on natural climate change deniers like yourself.

    • Gamecock says:

      You don’t have to be a mathematician to know that 2 plus 2 equals 4.

      Demanding that all information come from licensed professionals will severely handicap your life. In fact, that you are not dead is proof that you don’t.

    • Louis Hooffstetter says:

      My apologies, Mr. Sir.
      I’m not a glaciologist, I’m just a registered professional geologist. I’ve taken courses in glaciology, but it was not my preferred field of study.

      By the way, Mr. Surly, what are your scientific credentials?

    • Superchunk says:

      Mr. Sir,
      Trusting professionals is a good strategy in some fields (like airplane mechanics, for example) that have a strong record and culture of quality, and do not have incentives for dishonesty. Distrusting professionals in areas that have the opposite is also a good strategy. For example, it is well-known in medical research that no matter how poorly statins perform in studies and personal experience, a professional “scientist’s” career is over (as in no more funding) if that scientist aggressively criticizes statins. I know very little about glaciers however based on the incentives for behavior in climate “science” and the demonstrated behaviors of the “scientists’, I would assume that the opposite of whatever they say is likely the best answer unless I can confirm it with compelling logic and evidence not sourced from any corrupted or incompetent source.

    • Cannon Cocker says:

      How utterly Orwellian!

      Totalitarian much?

  9. AndyDC says:

    It is amazing that a few western Oklahoma farmers were able with their plows to cause a worldwide drought and all time record heat over most of the US and much of Canada. Talk about scapegoating! Maybe if they had been burned at the stake, it could have all been prevented.

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