“Much Worse Than Expected”

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21 Responses to “Much Worse Than Expected”

  1. John L Kelly says:

    Tony, you are going to have to stop using the phrase “At the end of the last Ice Age”. The ice age(Pleistocene) is still current, and has been around for the last 2.58 million years. What you are referring to is the “end of the last glaciation period”. We are currently in an “Interglacial” period(Holocene), and soon to enter the next glaciation phase. Lets enjoy the warmth while we can, ok?

  2. The statement ‘much worse than expected’ is a tacit admission that the models used and the ‘science’ they are based on, are garbage. If the ‘science’ were legitimate we could predict the outcome to within an reasonably accurate estimated error bound. If the answer lies outside that error bound, it is the science we revise, not the measurements. Climate science apparently does the exact opposite. The notion of ‘climate catastrophe’ must he maintained at all costs. Don’t let facts get in the way.

  3. mwhite says:

    Two mice were in a bar. One says to the other, “have you had the shot yet?”
    The other mouse says “No, they haven’t finished testing it on humans yet.

  4. mwhite says:

    Tony, have you heard of the Rosenau experiment which was conducted during the Spanish Flu Pandemic?

    https://www.gjenvick.com/Influenza/TheRosenauExperiment-1918-1919.html

    It would appear that back in the day the “Experts” believed that flu was caused by Bacteria.

    “When that procedure failed to produce disease, others were inoculated with mixtures of other organisms isolated from the throats and noses of influenza patients. Next, some volunteers received injections of blood from influenza patients.”

    “Finally, 13 of the volunteers were taken into an influenza ward and exposed to 10 influenza patients each. Each volunteer was to shake hands with each patient, to talk with him at close range, and to permit him to cough directly into his face.”

    “It seemed that what was acknowledged to be one of the most contagious of communicable diseases could not be transferred under experimental conditions.”

    As far as I can see there the “experts” have never been able to demonstrate how and why people get sick when they get a virus of this nature, however I have come across a theory called terrain theory.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFS57OJ9VyM

  5. dm says:

    Devastating. Absolutely DEVASTATING.

  6. mwhite says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANRs4DojOek

    “Footage proves bats were kept in Wuhan lab”

  7. ledag says:

    Tony, you’re right on the mark as usual, except that according to realtor.com, the Obamas paid $11,750,000 and not 15 million for their oceanfront property.
    However, since they bought it, prices of oceanfront properties in this area have skyrocketed, so it is probably worth over $15 million now.
    According to FEMA’s online flood map, the Obama’s waterfront mansion in Edgartown, Martha’s vineyard, is located in a “Zone AE”, namely a “Special Flood Hazard Area”. Note that FEMA’s flood map is based on actual, historical records, and not on science-fictional projections.
    BTW, the Obamas are not an isolated case. Far from that, buyers flock to beachfront properties all over the US. No one seems to buy the “rising seas” narrative. This includes Bill Gates, who recently bought an oceanfront property in Delmar, CA for over $40 million. Unlike the Obama’s mansion, Gate’s house is not located in a special hazard flood area, according to FEMA, but if he believed in accelerated sea level rise, he should not have bought it.

  8. arn says:

    Miss Walker is one of those casting couch Ph D’s,

    otherwise she would have known that sea level rise is less ‘worse than expected’.
    Hansen predicted that lower Manhattan and the Maledives would drown by 2018,while in fact nothing has changed.
    All his predictions were complete nonsense and if his predictions were only 10% right the world would have lost many beach resorts and the values for for front beach properties would have dropped bu 50% instead of skyrocketing and the UN would terrorize us with a “drowned island memorial day” and we would have organized isle-Of-greta protests all around the world .
    But instead of adressing Hansens lies and epic failures ,she is supporting his crap.
    While in the real world everything looks the same as it did 50-70 years ago by comparing old photo or filmfootage of coasts with todays recordings.

    There is a reason why there was no sea level rise Armageddon before the AGW scare was started,while nowadays everyone pretends that it is superobvious.
    There are 2 reasons why no scientist before Hansen was able to analyze and predict the massive sea level rise.
    1)The doom and gloom parasites were busy at that times to promote the ice age scare (without!! considering that the sea level rise of 3mm per year would slow down or stop or that the sea level may drop as result of cooling – they obviously haven’t figured out the fear potential of changing sea levels at that time,therefore they did not care about it)
    2)The real scientists knew that the sea level rise is a nothingburger and therefore didn’t care about it.

    • Disillusioned says:

      “…otherwise she would have known that sea level rise is less ‘worse than expected’.

      Well,
      If she would have simply studied the tide gauges, she would have known that the sea level rise rate is exactly what is expected. Only a useful idiot would assume it to be worse than expected… Oh wait…

      Uh…

      Never mind.

    • paul courtney says:

      Mr. arn: Your point 1 made me wonder, so I went back to the charts and see a rather ordinary spike up in sea level rise during the cool period of the late 60’s-early 70’s. Wonder if Hansen et al noticed that their “New ice age” theory was contradicted by the oceans? Hansen was so keen to tell us how AGW would put NYC highways under water, did he ever warn against the dangerous drop in sea level when he was on that new ice age jag? You know, where you have to walk FURTHER to get to the water? Horrors.

  9. David A Nichols says:

    The communists used to call these people “useful idiots.”

  10. Richard says:

    Misinformation = $$$$$$$$$$$$

    its all about the $$$$$$$$$ & POWER the DNC wants with AOC leading the charge like Joan of Arc

  11. Bernt Ekholm says:

    Please, show all your post at NewTube, as lot of us don’t want to use youtube.

  12. Jake Sinclair says:

    Astrophysicists join the ranks of other scientists who have no clue and don’t know WTF they are talking about but that doesn’t keep them from

    The Sun Is Stranger Than Astrophysicists Imagined

    The sun radiates far more high-frequency light than expected, raising questions about unknown features of the sun’s magnetic field and the possibility of even more exotic physics.

    “It’s amazing that we were so spectacularly wrong about something we should understand really well: the sun,” said Brian Fields, a particle astrophysicist at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

    • GCSquared says:

      I used to describe R&D jobs as being paid to work without knowing what you’re doing. Without being facetious, that actually describes the situation when you’re trying to come up with a new device to solve an unanticipated problem, or when you’re a scientist studying something truly new. You’re job is to overcome that ignorance, and afterward to hand it off to someone in the next technical level. Then you find something else you don’t know about to study. You’re working on things for which you have no answer answer.

      Another point is, the only people whose technical advice I trusted were those who’d admit their ignorance instead of trying to hide it. You know, people who aren’t like Michael Mann, f’rinstance…

      A few names come to mind about people who discovered misunderstandings in solar physics: Zharkova with her theory of solar oscillations, and Svensmark who identified the interaction between solar magnetism and cosmic rays in climate. Both propose factors that change climate alternative to the CO2 dogma..

      To think that science might be spectacularly wrong is a precondition for making an important discovery. To think that science might be settled is to subscribe to a dogma.

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