New Video : Climate Collusion And Fraud (Part 2)

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15 Responses to New Video : Climate Collusion And Fraud (Part 2)

  1. Robert L Gipson says:

    I think I’ve figured it out, Tony. “Climate scientists” (e.g., NASA) are not fudging the data at all. They’ve simply switched to rectal thermometers.

  2. KevinPaul says:

    Give Toto a big pat, well done.
    Schmidt, Mann, Jones et al. should be really careful what they wish for, if the Marxists get control, these drongos will be earning the same amount as toilet cleaners and rubbish collectors, and they’d be way overpaid at that.

  3. tom0mason says:

    George Orwell understood all too well how powerful elites can manipulate the public —

    In our age there is no such thing as ‘keeping out of politics.’ All issues are political issues, and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred and schizophrenia.

    All rulers in all ages have tried to impose a false view of the world upon their followers.

    and

    Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced with surprising effectiveness. A genuinely unfashionable opinion is almost never given a fair hearing.

    Keep it up Tony, these days telling the truth is a revolutionary act against those who would wish to silence you for their own political beliefs.

  4. Barry Sheridan says:

    Excellent summarising, thanks for your efforts.

  5. Al Shelton says:

    This is an excellent presentation Tony.
    It could not be any plainer to understand than what you have presented.
    I hope that your presentations, Part 1 and Part 2, are shown to
    Trump and company so that he will drain the rest of the swamp.

    Thanks again.

  6. johnbuk says:

    Thanks Tony, just the facts as usual.

  7. Michael Adams says:

    I came across this which is basically calling Tony a cherry picking fraud.

    https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/real-climate-science/

    I don’t know who these characters are but I’d be interested to hear Tony’s response. maybe this has come up before and Tony has answered it, in which case a link would be good.

  8. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Tony, you are truly an expert in this area. I doubt that many climate scientists are as aware of the data base as you are. I am completely dumbfounded that NO one in the media is pounding at your door to learn more about this altering of data. I am surprised that no “climate scientist” has had the curiosity to dig into this as well. You would think that, as scientists, they would be outraged about the altering of data. Data is the holy grail, either it proves your point, or it doesn’t. If you screwed up and contaminated it, then you don’t alter it; you start over.
    On another line, I’ve always wondered about the statements like 97% of all climate scientists agree. I’ve often wondered what percent of the climate scientists have graduated in the last 20, even 30 years, and went into climate science because their grade school teachers inculcated them with concern over global warming. They were predisposed to accepting without question the theory that CO2 is causing major climate changes.
    Another thought regarding the limited temperature data is that water covers roughly 71% of Earth’s surface, and the monitoring there is even more limited.
    The whole science of radition heat transfer is extremely complex. Even with computer modeling it is difficult to simulate fairly simple situations. How do you accurately model the planet?

    • Disillusioned says:

      Between drifter buoy network and the ARGO network I thought the oceans were fairly well covered nowadays. How accurately the numbers stay from time of recording to time of reporting is another thing altogether; warm biases seem to be at pandemic levels inside the clime syndicate.

  9. dm says:

    Tony, integrating old periodical articles discussing ice with the current version of historical temperature data is DEVASTATINGLY effective.

  10. tom0mason says:

    Probably doesn’t go here but I find it interesting that in the northern hemisphere the places with slightly lower gravity are the places where the high pressure tends to reside.
    So any melting may be less to do with CO2 over Greenland and Alaska and more to do with gravity and high pressure over these areas.
    Hopefully this graphic loads…

  11. Hello Tony! I’m reaching out because I’m needing a little help decoding the UNHCN station data. I’ve located several sources to download the zipped file archives but it appears to be in code and requires specific software programs to utilize the data and make the kind of amazing graphs that you do. I’ve been a huge supporter of your work for years, I’ve been casually studying climate for 20 years with a degree in Environmental Science. I would really appreciate some guidanc. Please email me directly if you find time, it would mean a lot and help our cause greatly. Im a Colorado native and I’m also involved with an energy company putting together a non-anthropogenic science based climate change foundation and would love for you to be involved! Also I think you should make a video explaining to the world and your supporters how to access and graph the raw USHCN temperature data! Thanks a ton hope to hear from you!

  12. face masks says:

    Certainly- society have an obligation not to overlook this issue any more. Suggestions?

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