Congress Gives NOAA Money To Pollute The Atmsophere

Congress has given NOAA money to study ways to pollute the atmosphere in order to stop “global warming”

NOAA Gets Go-Ahead to Study Controversial Climate Plan B – Scientific American

Record cold is being blamed on global warming, and experts want to make it even colder by blocking sunlight, and restricting availability of fossil fuels.

A Closer Look at the Polar Vortex’s Dangerously Cold Winds – The New York Times

The plan is to run the world off solar panels while polluting the atmosphere, and thus reduce the amount of sunlight available to those solar panels. And in the process, cut down tens of millions of trees to make room for the solar panels.


Forty-five years ago, climatologists wanted to melt the Arctic ice cap in order to save the world from global cooling.


I fought hard for the Clean Air Act, and now Congress wants to pollute the atmosphere in order to stop an imaginary problem blamed on non-pollutant CO2. A cheaper and safer solution would be to instruct NOAA to stop tampering with the data.

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12 Responses to Congress Gives NOAA Money To Pollute The Atmsophere

  1. Svozil Karl says:

    How do you obtain the RAW DATA?

  2. T. Erickson says:

    In the EU burning wood pellets is considered to be carbon friendly. Burning wood for a wind farm is really a win win for the EU bureaucrats.

    No does not make sense but here is a link about what they are doing.

  3. Pathway says:

    What could possibly go wrong?

  4. Cam says:

    Sulfur Dioxide is one of the main components of acid rain. Let’s fight a specious problem using a substance that causes a known problem.

  5. gregole says:

    Who cares about greenhouse gas emissions? How about some actual measurements of so-called global warming? Problem is there is scant to zip empirical evidence that Mankind’s CO2 is doing much of anything really…just fertilizing plants.

    These people are insane. We have excellent climate compared to the Little Ice age and closer to the present the 1930s. These are good times.

  6. Peter Carroll says:

    Once again, Albert Einstein’s quip comes to mind. “Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the universe”.

  7. TimC says:

    The hypothesis that a 0.01% increase in the CO2 content of the atmosphere can cause a shift in the position of the polar vortex is not only unproven, but it is so improbable that no climate research group is even proposing to test it. In fact, it’s probably not testable, since there is so little historical data on the position of the polar vortex. It is purely anti-scientific speculation. But because the speculation came from scientists, the news media reports it as proven scientific fact. And so the climate change narrative is propagated, and millions of gullible news consumers come to believe that very cold winter weather is caused by global warming, because science says so.

    • James Brasfield says:

      Do we even know if the current increase in CO2 is anthropogenic? After all, it only represents about 4-5% of total CO2 annual emissions? And as the ice cores showed, there is a significant time lag between global temperature changes and the following corresponding CO2 emissions, perhaps hundreds of years. Sorry if this is a stupid question, just a layman trying to better understand. Could the changes we are seeing in CO2 now be the result of temperature changes that occurred decades or even centuries before. And if so, why are we so obsessed with the changes we are observing now?

  8. Stephen James Byrne says:

    Project the above measured/adjusted animation onto the side of the UN building in New York as big as it can go and let it run for as long as possible.

  9. Terry Shipman says:

    You’re traveling through another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wonderous land whose boundaries are that of the imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead, your next stop, the Twilight Zone.

    When one generation wants to spread soot on the arctic ice to warm the planet and the next generation want to spread pollution in the atmosphere to cool the planet I believe we can safely say we have crossed over into the Twilight Zone.

  10. kzvx says:


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