Now who's a denier?

In the midst of ongoing revelations of malfeasance, fraud and lies from the global warming believers, the Obama administration is still using the climate change excuse to increase government power over the economy.

Today, the Daily Mail is reporting that Dr. Phil Jones, the inventor of the infamous hockey stick graph, admits that there hasn’t been any warming at all in the last 15 years and that there have been other warmer periods in history.

The academic at the centre of the ‘Climategate’ affair, whose raw data is crucial to the theory of climate change, has admitted that he has trouble ‘keeping track’ of the information.
Colleagues say that the reason Professor Phil Jones has refused Freedom of Information requests is that he may have actually lost the relevant papers.
Professor Jones told the BBC yesterday there was truth in the observations of colleagues that he lacked organisational skills, that his office was swamped with piles of paper and that his record keeping is ‘not as good as it should be’.
The data is crucial to the famous ‘hockey stick graph’ used by climate change advocates to support the theory.
Professor Jones also conceded the possibility that the world was warmer in medieval times than now – suggesting global warming may not be a man-made phenomenon.
And he said that for the past 15 years there has been no ‘statistically significant’ warming.

Every day we are learning of how data was manipulated, destroyed or invented to further the claims of manmade climate change. Despite this, Dr. Jane Lubchenco, administrator of NOAA has announced that she will seek to create a new NOAA Climate Service.

Dr. LUBCHENCO: NOAA is getting more and more requests from all sorts of different places for information about climate: How is the climate changing? How can we plan for the future? How can we prepare our cities? What crops should we be planting, et cetera?

And we realized that although we currently provide a wealth of climate services, we aren’t currently organized to do it most effectively. So on Monday of this week, Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke and I announced the intention of creating a new NOAA Climate Service.

As you mentioned, this would be somewhat analogous to the National Weather Service in providing information for people to use to make decisions, but in this case, about longer-term events instead of the shorter-term events that characterize the weather.

So, while we can’t predict the weather still, and the entire climate change industry is collapsing into a pile of lies, Dr. Lubchenco thinks a climate change service is the best thing to spend taxpayer money on.

We are actually getting millions of requests a year already about: How should coastal cities plan for sea-level rise? How should various other agencies in the federal government or in state governments make plans for everything from roads to managing water supplies? And a lot of that is going to be changing as the climate changes.

Millions of requests? Really? I’m gonna have to see those records. In fact, I’m gonna go ahead and flat out accuse Dr. Lubchenco of lying. I don’t for one minute think that NOAA has received millions of requests for climate predictions.

Here’s the thing. Although Dr. Lubchenco is the head of NOAA, she isn’t a meteorologist. She is a biologist who’s “…research interests include biodiversity, climate change, sustainability science, and the state of the oceans.”

Following her confirmation to head NOAA and to serve as Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, Lubchenco declared that science would guide the agency and that she expects it to play a role in developing a green economy

Yet another environmental socialist with an agenda.

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4 Responses to Now who's a denier?

  1. B Woodman says:

    “Dr” Jane Lubchenko — she wouldn’t happen to be from Russia or the USSR, would she? And considering everything else, I’d check the genetics, too. “Jane” may have started out as “John”.

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  3. Old NFO says:

    You nailed it Alan, it’s ALL about the $$…

  4. Weer'd Beard says:

    I used to work for the fisheries division of NOAA, all of their studies magically seem to point in the direction of needing more government money and more government oversight, and everything they seem to study is in “Danger!”

    I’d been working for them maybe 6 months when I went on a fishing trip where on the first day we caught 10,000 pounds of good haddock. Because of the NOAA 1,000 pound per day quota, we had to then steam east to look for something else to kill that wasn’t haddock, so we could burn up the 10 days needed to land the catch.

    So for 8 days we towed up huge bag after huge bag of Yellow Tail flounder. They were only running about $0.25 per pound (haddock was over a dollar) so we were just barely covering our diesel costs (yep the monster Caterpillar turbo diesels in the engine room were running the whole time, spewing CO2 and soot into the air) but we couldn’t seem to get away from the yellow tails. No idea how many we landed at the end of the 10-day trip, but it was a lot. Also there were at least two-dozen other boats out there, and they were bitching about how they couldn’t find anything but yellow-tail.

    So there were were, killing fish we didn’t want, to cover the cost of diesel fuel we didn’t want to burn to stay out to sea with fish we wanted to land all for the sake of “Conservation”….and on top of all of that NOAA that week published a paper taking about the severe danger the George’s Banks Yellow Tail Flounder stocks were in.

    Yeah, I knew I was working for the bad guys then. Now I work for the Pharmaceutical companies, and I do testing on Animals. I can finally work with a clean conscience…despite the world saying I have it backwards.

    But then again, I’m saving lives now rather than ruining them….a quick look at the man behind the curtain shows why they say that….

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