Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Scare Tactics 101...leave your carbon footprints at the door

Note: See important Update below.
Recently I attended a graduation ceremony where all the usual speeches were about all the usual things professors talk to all their usual departing students...but there was one thing that was a bit unusal.  The last guy standing (lets call him professor Know Nothing) at the podium spewed forth a bunch of verbiage that for a moment there I thought he was trying to be inspirational.  That is, until professor Know Nothing dipped into his politcal indoctrination and told the graduating class (imagine that, he told them as if it were some scientific fact!) that they should be concerned about what kind of carbon footprint we leave behind.  Well fortunately the students were anxious to get on with their celebration lunches and parties and proceeded to march out of the auditorium...(Does marching leave carbon footprints?) 
All this talk about carbon footprints and climate change has nothing whatsoever to do with science or anything close to the definition of the word, "fact".  The scare mongers who invented these scare tactics all originated with the New World Order clan...most notably, the United Nations.  The United Nations is in the climate change game for one and only one! period!  Of course you would have to study a little science especially that field of expertise called, political science in order to find the real facts of the matter.  The UN has been playing this game since it's founding...and long before that, indoctrination publications such as Time magazine got in the game early (and you thought Time was a news magazine...they went into publication for one and only one reason, to indoctrinate!)
Meanwhile, I could go on but professor Know Nothing needs to decide where he'll leave his carbon footprint.  Shall it be in the snow and ice?  Or the scorched earth?  Here's a couple of videos to help him make up his mind.  ~  Norman E. Hooben June 1, 2011
video 1 ↓                                                                                        video 2 ↓
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Update (October 2014): ...simply more proof that I'm right, they're wrong, end of story!
Source: The Register
Antarctic sea ice at ALL TIME RECORD HIGH: 'We have more to learn' - scientist
Four-deviations-above-average figures defy climate models
by Lewis Page 9 October 2014
The climate science community has confessed itself baffled yet again by another all-time record area of sea covered by ice around Antarctica (emphasis mine, NEH).
"What we're learning is, we have more to learn," said Ted Scambos, lead scientist at the US National Snow and Ice Data Center, announcing the latest annual sea ice maximum for the austral continent. According to the NSIDC:
Sea ice surrounding the Antarctic continent reached its maximum extent on September 22 at 20.11 million square kilometers (7.76 million square miles). This is 1.54 million square kilometers (595,000 square miles) above the 1981 to 2010 average extent, which is nearly four standard deviations above average. Antarctic sea ice averaged 20.0 million square kilometers (7.72 million square miles) for the month of September. This new record extent follows consecutive record winter maximum extents in 2012 and 2013. The reasons for this recent rapid growth are not clear. Sea ice in Antarctica has remained at satellite-era record high daily levels for most of 2014.
Climate scientists have been puzzled by the behaviour of the southern ice for many years now. The most commonly used models say that its steady growth should not be happening in a warming world (though the warming of the world is also in doubt, as air temperatures have been steady for the last fifteen years or more - and it turns out that deep ocean temperatures are not increasing either, leaving the "mystery" of the apparent end of global warming "unsolved").
This failure of reality to match up with climate modelling has, as some eminent climate scientists have noted, had the effect of "limiting confidence in the predictions" of severe warming and associated disasters this century.
Meanwhile at the other end of the planet the Arctic sea ice has covered lesser areas in recent times. The lowest Arctic area seen in the era of satellite measurements was in 2012, but the three consecutive record-high Antarctic maxima of 2012, 2013 and now 2014 have resulted in global sea ice levels this year and last year coming out pretty much normal. ®

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