White House Admits Climate Policy Is “Marketing”


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Twitter / Revkin: Whatever your views on #AGW, …

Factual data is not relevant to White House climate policy, only “projections.”

“Who cares?”   “What difference does it make?”

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17 Responses to White House Admits Climate Policy Is “Marketing”

  1. squid2112 says:

    You are much more patient than I … to “its trying to accurately include climate risk in energy policy” .. I would have replied, “and that is like accurately including dog poop in my backyard to my flood insurance policy” … yikes!

    Our energy policies cannot possibly have any effect upon climate …

  2. gator69 says:

    “What difference does it make at this point?” 😉

  3. jeffk says:

    Tell them science is supposed to be evidence-based, on facts thus far. Not playing psychic with crystal ball. Their long term graphs proved wrong, hence the “extreme weather” hysteria whipped up in Dem media now.
    Anything to prolong globalist aspirations now that communists and terrorists are passed. Climate, the new and everlasting boogeyman!

  4. Your government is a special interest advocacy group.

  5. Norman says:

    It really doesn’t matter much at this stage. AGW ain’t happening, a lot of the old diehards are running and some admitting belatedly. Besides, the Australian labor party is going to oblivion for at least 30 years with their carbon tax and Climate change. Obama will be the ONLY person or government apart from some 4th world countries still believing in it in about 6 months time.On the other hand the censorship thing is very worrying and is it not a breach of your first amendment?

  6. Rosco says:

    The problem is you can’t argue with idiots – they lack the intelligence to see that their actions confirm their status.

    • Marian says:

      It’s the Emperor has no Clothes scenario..

      All the idiots agreeing the Emperor was wearing clothes. In this day in age I suppose they’d lock up the boy for treason against the State. 🙂

  7. tckev says:

    As long as the administration makes policy based on fact it is defensible. This proposition of fuel policy based on ‘future projections’ – what ever that means – is indefensible.

  8. Andy DC says:

    “It’s not the number or intensity of hurricanes that matters, it’s the amount paid out for inflated and fraudulent insurance claims resulting from overhyped 40 mph winds.”

  9. Climate policy inadvertently exposed our Orwellian one-world government.

    So have several brave souls at great risk.

    Now that the “cat is out of the bag”, this fraudulent game of scientific propaganda will not again be bagged.

    The Orwellian nightmare is information anarchy. It all began in 1946, the same year Orwell started writing “1984″:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Neutron_Repulsion-Source_of_Life.pdf

    I deeply regret that I could not decipher this earlier.

    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  10. Traitor In Chief says:

    Uh… the Cult cannot admit it is a Cult. That would end all the kool sacrificial rituals. Like the gutting of our economy.

  11. Marian says:

    If you haven’t seen this. It’s a laugh.

    According to this Obama and the White House can save us from hurricanes, by increasing air pollution. 🙂

    Want fewer hurricanes? Pollute the air

    Cleaning up our air in the West may have made us healthier, but it could also be behind the rise in north Atlantic tropical storms since the mid-1990s. A new analysis shows that the number of these storms falls when pollution rises, and increases when pollution drops.

    Further tightening of present pollution controls “could reduce aerosols so quickly that we have record numbers of tropical storms for the next decade or two”, says Nick Dunstone of the Met Office Hadley Centre in Exeter, UK.

    Earlier studies found no connection between storm numbers and aerosols’ ability to cool the surface by scattering light in the open air. But aerosols also increase the brightness and lifetime of low-level marine clouds. When Dunstone added this effect into his climate models, the simulated clouds cooled the surface more than expected. Historically, this cooling effect has been strongest in the north Atlantic, close to aerosol sources in the US and Europe.

    http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn23743-want-fewer-hurricanes-pollute-the-air.html

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