Saturday, September 21, 2013


How Andrew Freedman’s Scam Works | Real Science
The University of Colorado says that last week’s flood was a 25-50 year event in Boulder, but no matter how many times this gets pointed out to Andrew Freedman, he continues to insist that it was a 1,000 year rainfall. It is equivalent of saying that the odds of there being a Colorado lottery winner are very low, because the odds for any individual ticket are very low.
Wind farms and renewable energy: a modern version of a medieval scam – Telegraph Blogs
Through every age, a tiny parasitical elite seeks to game the system to transfer wealth from the many to the few. The more I think about it, the more the renewable energy scam seems just a contemporary manifestation of this ancient, hideous idea.
Facts on Arctic Ice & Colorado Floods — The Patriot Post
The fact that people are making statements they know to be wrong (or are ignorant of the facts) prove this is not about science – it's about an agenda. They may never grow tired of being deceptive to push their agenda, but those of us that know the weather and climate will not get tired of countering it – and not simply with one example, but many. If people think it's cherry picking, well, the Orchard is loaded with fruit.
Spiegel: “Dispute With Scientists: Politicians Want To Ban Warming Stop From Climate Report”
There’s a lot going on today as the IPCC continues to clash violently with climate reality.

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