Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Climate Changers Ignor Facts? : It's Sinister And Diabolocal

The question that remains on the unhinged, mentally unstable 'climate changers' is where do they go from here? With the history of a more then a decade showing their computer models are not just wrong, the facts show they have been manipulated to show results that cannot be supported by actual events in nature.

But it's not about what is real, it's about what might be real if we all don't give the ''changers'' more money to do more ''research'' to save us from destruction. If you bore down into the ideology of the 'warmers' as this article indicates, it's about really about controlling outcomes.

And sadly there are enough people and politicians that are on board the train of delusion and gullibility that still believe the changers have a legitimate cause.

In my view, as I have indicated on several other occasions concerning the disease that is climate change, global warming, I find it necessary again to point out just how far the followers have descended  into a tortured mire of insanity that drives those of us that live in the real world of common sense and logic to distraction.

I believe the climate change concept is a mental a disease that is delusional, implausible, unpromising, ill-conceived, improbable, degenerate, contentious, shameless, diabolical and of course just plain wrong!

Climate Change ‘Lunacy’ Called a Gift to Conservatives
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For conservatives, the “lunacy,” “wrongness,” and “criminality” of climate change theories is the gift that keeps on giving, the executive editor of the London branch of Breitbart News Network said Thursday during a panel discussion at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Three major strands characterize the climate change movement, James Delingpole said during the CPAC panel, sponsored by E&E Legal Institute and titled “Fake Climate News Camouflaging an Anti-Capitalist Agenda.”

Delingpole identified these three strands as a sort of religious view that sees man “as a cancer and blight to the planet,” a “follow the money” component in which well-placed individuals “make money off scams” at public expense, and a political component that exists, he said, because “the left has always wanted to find scientific justification to tax and regulate us and control our lives.”
Joining Delingpole were Steve Milloy, a lawyer and author who founded the website, and Tony Heller, who has written under the pseudonym Steven Goddard at the blog Real Science, which he founded. John Fund, a columnist for National Review, acted as moderator.

When he was on a panel at the Aspen Ideas Festival in 2008, Fund recalled, he noticed that activists there were substituting the words “climate change” for “global warming.”
He asked audience members to explain the change, and it turned out to be “a very uncomfortable question,” Fund said. “If you ask a question innocently enough, the truth comes out.”

Since the planet isn’t always warming, environmental activists found that they had more flexibility to advance their agenda under the more generic label of “climate change,” he said. Looking to the future of energy policy, Thursday’s CPAC panelists said they found cause for encouragement with the Trump administration.

Milloy credited President Donald Trump for a professed willingness to “abolish the EPA” and for recognizing the Environmental Protection Agency has committed “regulatory overreach.” He said he anticipates the Trump administration will “turn loose the American energy industry.”
Environmental activists have made a concerted effort to circulate “fake climate news” in recent years, but the technique is not exactly new, Heller said. The 1692 witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts, may have been brought on in part by a spell of cold weather, he suggested. Citizens blamed alleged witches for lower-than-average temperatures, according to some news reports.

Panelists also discussed the “climategate scandal” involving emails leaked to the internet from the University of East Anglia in Great Britain in 2009. The emails showed that some university researchers appeared willing to manipulate scientific data to exaggerate global warming.
Such manipulation of scientific data is often at the root of “fake news,” panelists agreed.

CPAC, the largest annual national gathering of conservative activists, runs from Wednesday to Saturday at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, just outside Washington.

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