Finding The Missing Heat

The US was very hot prior to 1960. Reality didn’t suit NASA’s climate agenda, so they made the heat go missing.

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7 Responses to Finding The Missing Heat

  1. Gamecock says:

    “He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.” – Orwell

    NASA controls the past.

  2. Hina Jafar Zachariah says:

    Too late already !

  3. Torgo says:

    Tony always brings the heat!

  4. nobler says:

    Keep up the good work!

  5. B Crane says:

    This is not the first time they fudged the data to match a model. Try and get the baseline data. The National Climatic Data Base is junk.

  6. Jeremy says:

    I believe that man made CO2 represents just 0.12% of that which occurs naturally (could you confirm Tony?). If so, the rise from the very safe level of 310ppm in the 50’s to 420ppm now, is circa 0.04% of total? It makes the claims of man made catastrophe all the more absurd.

  7. Robert Rust says:

    The modern day CO2 farce is based on agenda-driven mainstream geology’s incorrect, unscientific, speculative proclamations on Antarctic ice core and world ocean level graphs, both of which when correctly analyzed in line with true, unbiased geology describe the worldwide atmospheric, ocean level, continental ice cap, and local temperature effects of Earth’s eons-old, irregularly periodic crustal displacement behaviour, the last displacement occurring 20,000 years ago and the next one standing on our doorstep and poised to step into our home at any time.

    Within its first year, the displacement will wipe out modern civilization and modern humanity, increasing yearly earthquakes, volcanism, tsunamis, and local climate changes by 10,000 to 100,000 times current levels over much of the Earth’s surface through the displacement’s 2000+ year duration, and likely 50 to 100 times higher in its first year as its momentum begins to build up to its steady state.

    Our ancient civilized ancestors described and represented it as worldwide, life-threatening, fearsome, uncontrollable beast for a good reason, basing their cultures and civilizational structures on megalithic construction in order to just survive through the killer beast.

    Does it make better sense to be concerned and doing something about a Mount Everest that is about to fall on the house or a comparatively tiny bit of dirt plugging up the kitchen sink?

    Head’s up, modern humanity, there’s not a minute to waste.

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