Saturday, February 27, 2010

Climategate: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Reports Senator Inhofe's Ignorant Remarks

Dummkopf: A mentally dull person, an Inhofe.

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (2-28-10) reports that the foolish Senator Inhofe of Oklahoma showcased his scientific ignorance before the entire world at the Copenhagen climate conference when he claimed that a stolen e-mail posted on the server of Tomcity, an Internet security business in Tomsk, Russia, proved that climate scientists at the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit (CRU) were trying to "hide the decline in temperatures."

Now the despicable Senator Inhofe is calling the scientists liars who are trying to "trick" us. He is even demanding that the Justice Department investigate the scientists to see if they have committed research misconduct and crimes.

The conspiracist Inhofe is nothing but an ignorant, arrogant, evil, meretricious prostitute who dresses as a demagogue, peddles junk science, and destroys the reputations of honest scientists.

The Russian tabloid Pravda (11-1-09) has also announced that the earth is cooling and is on the verge of another ice age:

The earth is now on the brink of entering another Ice Age, according to a large and compelling body of evidence from within the field of climate science. Many sources of data which provide our knowledge base of long-term climate change indicate that the warm, twelve thousand year-long Holocene period will rather soon be coming to an end, and then the earth will return to Ice Age conditions for the next 100,000 years.

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (2-28-10) reports:

[An] unexpected legacy of Copenhagen is the controversy that arose in the run-up to the conference over whether leading climate scientists have been objective in arguing that man-made emissions are the main factor behind warmer global temperatures.

That controversy, dubbed "Climategate," centers upon e-mails written by climate-change investigators at one of the world's main centers for climactic research, Britain's University of East Anglia. Just ahead of Copenhagen, hackers posted the e-mails on the Internet as alleged evidence of the investigators' intolerance of opposing opinions.

Critics of the UN-led effort pointed to the e-mails as proof for their long-standing charge that the public is being led into a costly attempt to manage nature by scientists who barely understand the mechanisms of climate change themselves.

Some of the most vocal criticism took place on the sidelines of the Copenhagen conference. That included suggestions that one of the most quoted phrases from the e-mails, "hide the decline," could be evidence that the East Anglia climate scientists tried to hide data that contradicted their theories. The phrase appeared in an e-mail written in 1999 by the head of the East Anglia Climactic Research Unit, Phil Jones.

One member of a U.S. Senate delegation at the summit, Senator James Inhofe (Republican, Oklahoma), said the words "hide the decline" meant the author was urging other researchers to "hide the decline in temperatures." The charge was rejected by the climate researchers at East Anglia, who said Jones' e-mail was referring only to the need to find a better way to chart the overall rise in temperatures at the time despite contradictory results coming from one measurement tool: the analysis of tree rings...

[See the short podcast Climate Crock Sacks Hack Attack Part 1. This video discusses the hocky stick graph and the "hide the decline" e-mail.]

The consensus that man-made activities are the major cause of global warming is held by all the national science academies of all the major industrialized countries. It was first expressed by the United Nations in 2007, when the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change found that human actions are "very likely" the cause of global warming, meaning a 90 percent or greater probability.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tell this little girl about the global warming scare tactics.

She almost paid with her life from the global warming fanatics.

3:30 PM  
Blogger Snapple said...

Give it a rest. This anti-global warming stuff is coming strait from the Russian gas and oil industry.

7:31 PM  

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