“Dozens Of Credible Atmospheric Scientists”

Forty-five years ago, the CIA said global cooling was going to make the politics of food the central issue of every government.

22 Jun 1976, Page 5 – The High Point Enterprise at Newspapers.com

And ten years ago during a Texas drought, experts said global warming was going to affect every farmer in the world.  Texas Governor Rick Perry said the drought would end, like they always do:

“if you’re in the farming business, you’re going to have good years, you’re going to have bad years. It’s just our bad year coming. We’ve had some awful good ones, back in — and we’ll be fine. As my dad says, it’ll rain. It always does.”

This made “dozens of credible climate scientists” very upset.

With No End in Sight for Texas Drought, ABC News Explains: “Every Farmer in the World Will Be Affected by Climate Change” | ThinkProgress

The Texas State Climatologist predicted the drought would last for ten years.

Texas A&M Climatologist Says Drought Could Last Until 2020 – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Texas’ leading climatologists predicted the state would be hot and dry for the rest of the century.

Texas is vulnerable to warming climate – Houston Chronicle

Since then, Texas has had their wettest years on record. The Governor was correct and “dozens of credible climate scientists” were shown to be the incompetent clowns that they are.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

Around the world, crop yields are at a record high, and hunger is at a record low.


Yields and Land Use in Agriculture – Our World in Data

Hunger has declined sharply.

Hunger and Undernourishment – Our World in Data

Undaunted by his previous failures, the Texas State Climatologist is right back parroting the same nonsense once again.

Texas will soon face driest conditions of last 1,000 years | NSF – National Science Foundation

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14 Responses to “Dozens Of Credible Atmospheric Scientists”

  1. Andrew Hall says:

    They are shameless. And bullies. Well funded, shameless bullies. Real scientists pursue knowledge first, not gain. One cannot assume that is true in the climate sciences – rather the reverse. Revealing their ‘modelling’ failures will not make a dishonest practitioner honest but it will pile another stone on their grave, for all to see.

    • Richard says:

      Trillions will be wasted on Climate Scams
      In all, Mr. Obama (and George W. Bush before him) spent some $100 billion on giveaways to wind and solar power producers, electric cars, and for weatherizing homes and buildings. It was arguably one of the largest corporate welfare experiments in American history enriching an industry and its investors. Most of this money went for research to speed up commercial applications of green energy or was pipelined directly into bank accounts of individual companies.
      The most infamous of these was, of course, Solyndra, the solar energy company that received $530 million of taxpayer handouts and was touted many times by President Obama and Vice Presdient Joe Biden as the next big thing in green energy. It never produced any energy to speak of before it went bankrupt.

  2. Kevin Petersen says:

    The Science as I understand it is supposed to be astute at confirming what has happened and why. The Science has proven its inability to predict the future.

  3. Thomas Fowler says:

    What is needed is a way to hold the feet of these prognosticators to the fire: if your prediction is wrong, you lose your job. That will focus their attention on accuracy rather than publicity and grants.

  4. BartieBeanz says:

    If Tony were just to provide competing graphs and tables, one might maintain some reticence. But Tony provides much more than ‘data’ – he provides HISTORY. His use of newspaper and website archives that reveal these ‘clowns’ for what they are is perhaps his greatest weapon!

  5. czechlist says:

    “Texas was much wetter 10,000-15,000 years ago”. Huh? I expect it was colder as well. Texas consists of a large area with forests, prairies, mountains, seashore, some desert. I’d imagine there would be some drought somewhere. For accuracy and argument, would you narrow it down a bit?

  6. toorightmate says:

    Robert Mann might suggest that some of the data should wear a mask.

  7. DM says:

    4 points to add:
    1) per capita food consumption has risen profoundly AROUND THE GLOBE since the 1970s.
    2) Famines resulting from drought, pestilence and other natural causes are now rare AROUND THE GLOBE.
    3) Schools serve breakfast & lunch to a huge share of US school students.
    4) Thus, “FOOD INSECURITY” is a manntasy.

  8. Michael Spencer says:

    This tends to confirm a very old adage that certainly seems to apply to those who end up as government bureaucrats: “If you can, you do; if you can’t, you teach; but if you can’t teach, then you teach teachers; and if you can’t teach teachers, then you become an academic/bureaucratic/climate ‘expert’!”

    Cynical? Yes! True? In many cases – Yes! (Unfortunately.)

  9. arn says:

    It is not global cooling that is making politics(nor global warming though it is abused for that purpose as it was especially created for politics just as global cooling)
    -it is the CiA.
    And somehow the CiA and the Pentagon were into this con long before “scientists” discovered climate as huge money generator(and one of the biggest besides wars,which were also staged to get countries in line of a new globalist order = same purpose as the global AGW tax).
    Must be the same strange coincidence that made the CiA(&mayer lansky)
    start smuggling drugs since the very start of the hippie movement.

    These guys are either some great visionary fortune tellers or script writers and executors.

  10. Gamecock says:

    ‘The Texas State Climatologist predicted the drought would last for ten years.’

    We never got this nonsense back when states had a ‘state meteorologist.’

    Most (all?) states have gotten hip and replaced them with ‘state climatologists,’ who provide nothing of value to states.

    • Climate science is to meteorology as economics is to commerce. Very few economists could organise the proverbial booze up in a brewery, and are consequently ignored by most business owners. However, government can’t get enough of them.

  11. thurman Zhou says:

    The problem is there is no accountability for these people making these predictions. When they are wrong about ‘years of drought due to global warming’, they just make up a new one.
    Wait long enough and there will be another cat 5 hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico and it will hit somewhere on the Louisiana coast. Wait long enough and there will be drought in the the Mid West US. Wait long enough and the Mississippi will flood again. Wait long enough and it will be cold in Texas, again. These are reoccurring events.
    Our family must look foolish for not building a house at the NJ shore. There are many million $ homes there. I guess people have money to throw away. There’s the ocean and there are the houses. Oh! The government will bail them out.

    • Gamecock says:

      “The government will bail them out.”

      It’s more sinister than it appears. Government taking responsibility for private property gives them AUTHORITY over private property.

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