New Video : Fraud In The National Climate Assessment (Part 2)

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6 Responses to New Video : Fraud In The National Climate Assessment (Part 2)

  1. John of Cloverdale, Western Australia says:

    Thanks, once again, Tony.
    You do great work in exposing the fraud.

  2. Gary Hudson says:

    Well worth watching and sharing

  3. Anon says:

    Hi Tony,

    It took me a few days to get around to see this. It appears to be a longer version of this video:

    NOAA : Hiding Critical Arctic Sea Ice Data
    https://youtu.be/nIEGo8E9s_8

    I have showed the shorter video frequently and the new video fills in a lot more details. I nice improvement.

    I liked the final comment about the “slow process of de-programming one by one”… it is quite a goal and quite a task… but I was one of those you helped on that journey.

    Thanks!

    *And I was teaching AGW at the university… quite a flip!

  4. Tony Marsh says:

    A great and thorough presentation. You have researched every aspect of this presentation more thoroughly than I have ever seen before.
    One point however. Only in the last week I saw a NASA publication on the Artic sea ice where the said they expect to see the thickness of the Artic sea ice add between 5 and 6 metres of thickness to the current 3 metres this winter and for this to continue each winter.

    • Re: NASA expects “to see the thickness of the Arctic sea ice add between 5 and 6 metres of thickness [a year, each year] to the current 3 metres…” That would not surprise me. It would be NASA’s way to save face and admit that it is gradually getting colder. At the same time, it would be the way to get ready for the switch to fanning the fear of the ice age that is upon us,*already*, as they and Al Gore would put it.

      It would also be impossible (it’s better to say: highly unlikely) that the thickness of the Arctic sea ice *can* increase by 5 to 6 meters a year. As far as I know, the thickness has been varying between 2 and 3 meters for as long as measurements have been taken.

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