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Apr 20 2013

Deniers

Who is the denier, someone who won’t pay lip service to an exposed hoax, or someone who won’t admit that it hasn’t gotten any warmer in going on two decades now? Countermoonbat MEP Godfrey Bloom argues the latter:

On a tip from Just TheTip.

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  • Jay B.

    Good to see someone calling the scam for what it is.

  • Jay B.
  • Jodie

    One of the ways that the climate change alarmists fool people is by stating the cost of the damage and loss of life after a weather event or earthquake. They never seem to take into consideration that 100 years ago, there may have been only one farmhouse and a barn on the land that was hit. Now, there might be a 100 unit apartment complex, or a trailer park. Houses are not being built very close to the ocean, often on cliffs. Houses are built high up in the mountains. When a fire or earthquake or hurricane hits, of course there will be much more devastation then there was when the land was virtually unoccupied.

  • Jodie

    Oops, I meant “houses are NOW being built very close to the ocean”.

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    While moonbats scurry around trying to figure out how to tax productive activity, we are shoveling up a foot freshly falling snow.

  • Flu-Bird

    The #1 sorces of HOT AIR comes from GREENPEACE,AL GORE,BARACK OBAMA,LIBERALS and ECO-WACKOS

  • Bob Roberts

    Godfrey is behind the curve on this one. I’ve been pointing out for going on two decades that there are climate realists and climate deniers, the latter being those who foolishly deny that weather, temperature and climate are dominated by the natural forces that are vastly superior to anything humans can do. I’ve challenged these deniers to show me weather control, even on a regional basis, not single event but for a reasonable period of time. The best we can do is MAYBE influence a naturally formed cloud system to rain a bit earlier or a bit more than it would have IF WE’RE LUCKY and conditions are right. Our cities do form urban hot spots, but this is a local effect and is not a significant factor in global, ongoing weather, temperature and climate.

  • Bob Roberts

    Jodie says: April 20, 2013 at 8:03 am
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    You are correct – more and more money is spent to build in more and more at risk places. The larger and more spread out cities become in tornado alley the more likely we’re going to see more tornado damage that costs a lot to repair.

    More money is being spent building on unstable sandbars and other spots right at the ocean, just begging for a big storm to come in and knock it all down.

    The fact is weather has been rather mild for decades. Even as early as the 50s we saw much worse weather – the weather in general has become BETTER not WORSE.

    It will almost certainly revert back, as part of a grand cycle we do not yet understand, to more powerful hurricanes and such, large floods interspersed with periods of drought, though hopefully not another Dust Bowl. Speaking of that, until climate records were deliberately and criminally altered, the time around the Dust Bowl featured the hottest temperatures in U.S. history. Changing data to suit political and ideological desires is a criminal offense but worse, it sets REAL climate science back in many ways.

  • Krushinski

    After a biblical ten hour rain on Thursday it is now almost 32 degrees and today’s high was 48. That pesky global warming.

  • quiet please don’t scare the unicorns

    “The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome.The real enemy then, is humanity itself.” – Club of Rome (international think tank) The First Global Revolution report, 1992

  • F.D.R. in Hell

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