3 thoughts on “Climate Researchers In The Mist”

  1. Last year I brought out a book on global warming which (rather to my surprise) generated an enormous feedback, almost all of it positive. A number of those who wrote to me, who included scientists, engineers and others with an experienced background, urged me not to leave the matter there but to follow it up in some way. It was this that led me to found the think-tank we are launching today, which can achieve far more than I could on my own.

  2. Has anyone calculated how many people worldwide would have starved to death had Kyoto and Cap and Trade been universally enacted? How many people are involved in this conspiracy and who will prosecute them? It is nothing short of premeditated murder plead down to manslaughter on a monumental scale. The slowdown of food production in the food exporting countries of the world would have killed millions! Millions! This climate change hoax was not accidental. These people did this with a purpose. They went to great lengths to convince world leaders to change their ways. What was their goal? How would we eat? How would we live? Do we all follow the Amish model and feed just our families and a few others? This hoax has been building for at least a decade. Now we find out it was all based on political expediency. In their early days, I brushed them off as irrelevant: Captain Planet and the Planeteers; The saviors of Planet Earth. Has this carefully planned socialist agenda been going on under my nose for more than 20 years? Did they plan this that long ago? How long has this conspiracy been going on? How many have already died from their actions? How many brilliant minds have been destroyed by starvation unnecessarily caused by this deliberate action? Who will prosecute the individuals who plotted to kill so many human beings? What is a fitting sentence for such people? This was not some well-meaning person who caused damage, these people did this knowing full well millions world-wide would die from their actions. I dread the thought that it got so close to becoming real.

  3. The part that still boggles me is the complete disconnect between the historians and the climate reconstruction folk.

    Individual historians seem to always insist on the patterns in their own area of expertise based on cultural, migratory, food production or other evidence that doesn’t directly calibrate into a temperature reconstruction. Here, the “areas of expertise” are actually quite wide.

    And yet the not-strictly calibrated tree proxies are dominated by a minuscule number of operative (and problematic) tree measurements. The ‘calibration’ seems to have a fairly consisting issue with divergence when exposed to data not available during the calibration. (A tree that is deemed “A Good Thermometer” has a roughly equal chance of completely sucking for measuring the -next- ten years of weather when resampled later.)

    Records from the Inuit, across the Americas, up into nearly-Siberia -> “Localized Warming.” The essential proxy measurements from essentially a couple sites with “excellent teleconection” -> “Solid scientific Global Mean Temperature Reconstruction since forever.”

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