Monday, February 15, 2010

Climate Science Is By No Means "Settled"

This is why our founders were adamant that the American system of government was all about liberty and self-determination. They gave us the first amendment, so that we can debate these things in the free market of ideas. The true believers must convince the skeptics to come around of their own free will. If the believers cannot do that, no matter how passionately they believe, so be it. This is no different from the contentious debates about religion that the first and second amendments were intended to protect. Those arguments were no less strongly believed, and the claimed consequences of failure to believe, no less severe. The government was not to get involved.

It is becoming increasingly obvious that public policy based on the hypothesis of Anthropogenic Global Warming would be misguided and premature. It is becoming increasingly obvious, in fact, that such public policy is more about crushing capitalism and liberty than it ever was about "saving the planet". The following article presents some very interesting scientific data about the true nature of climate change. The science is never settled. ~ Karl Uppiano

Phil Jones, disgraced and dismissed Director of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU), granted BBC reporter Roger Harrabin an interview. Why Harrabin? His reporting has shown bias on all the IPCC and CRU activities. Leaked emails showed the CRU gang used friends in the BBC and that apparently continues. Prevarication, evasion, half-truths continue in Phil Jones’ answers. Despite this there are stunning admissions from Jones. “There is a tendency in the IPCC reports to leave out inconvenient findings, especially in the part(s) most likely to be read by policy makers.” (Continue reading...)

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