Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Timothy Birdnow » Global Warming’s Flesh Wound
This is the most putrid pile of intellectual parrot droppings I have seen in some time, yet the Gang Green skips merrily on their way, pretending that the missing limbs are mere flesh wounds and that they will bite us to death.

The astonishing thing is that the science journals are more than willing to continue the charade.

Their hope is that, since sunspot activity has returned, we’ll experience some modest warming next year, and they will be able to resume their campaign of disinformation. The public cooled on AGW when they realized it was damned cold for the fires of Al Gore’s Hell. A warming trend could be their key to turn this around.

But it is a lie, predicated on lies and junk science.
Scientists buck political pressure over climate - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
CSIRO scientists say they are coming under political attack as part of an orchestrated campaign by climate change sceptics.
BusinessDay - Tide is turning on global warming
Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk must be a sucker for punishment if he’s putting himself up for the job of deputy United Nations climate chief (Van Schalkwyk has SA nod for UN job, March 9).

That’s because the UN’s flagship climate body, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has become a laughing stock as revelations pile up about dodgy science, erroneous forecasts and outright manipulation of data. Not for nothing is it known in sceptic circles as the International Panel of Climate Crooks.
The smart money is on global warming going the same way as bird flu, swine flu, Y2K, the ozone layer, the population explosion, the food crisis, the energy crisis, global cooling and the litany of Armageddon-type predictions of the past 30 years that never came to pass.
Green Like Me! - Hit & Run : Reason Magazine
You don't have to be The Amazing Kreskin to know that "green jobs" will become even more numerous the minute that money gets attached to any sort of definition, no matter how phony or fake. In fact, I think now that I no longer edit the tree-killing version of Reason, I'm a green jobber too, out here in the new media landscape where the cyber-birds and bees are buzzing and humming with nary an emission of greenhouse gases.

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