Sunday, December 13, 2009

Bandito Scientists Made the US Spend 30 Billion Dollars and Waste 20 Years

The media is starting to catch on that all this time, money and effort we've wasted listening to this big climate cooling...I mean warming...I mean change has all been for nothing. It's all hooey. lays it all out.

The classic confrontation between Humphrey Bogart and Alfonso Bedoya in "Treasure of the Sierra Madre" is being reprised, featuring banditos from East Anglia, Penn State, Washington and the U.N.

"We're Federales," they tell us. "You know, climate police. Evidence? We ain't got no evidence. We don't need no evidence. We don't have to show you any stinkin' evidence."

The U.S. alone has spent over $30 billion on alarmist "climate science" the past 20 years — plus $35 billion on renewable energy — based on the banditos' tales of a global warming catastrophe if we don't slash fossil fuel use and carbon dioxide emissions.

Instead of solid, scientific evidence, the bandito scientists have offered speculation, assertions, hockey-stick graphs, computer models and worst-case scenarios — purporting to demonstrate that CO2 causes planetary warming that will be cataclysmic.

Their reports were "peer reviewed" by networks of fellow alarmists who tied every weather and temperature anomaly to global warming and carbon dioxide — then stonewalled requests from experts who wanted to examine the raw temperature data, computer codes and analyses
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1 comment:

Steve said...

I always thought that the data was correct but the interpretation was dubious.

Could it be the the temperature data is actually wrong? That would explain the discrepancy between satellight data and surface data that I don't understand.

If the data is actually fake that would mean they misinterpreted fake data.