There Are No Conspiracies

Progressives say there are no government conspiracies, which explains why Edward Snowden rocked the world with his disclosures.

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33 Responses to There Are No Conspiracies

  1. Latitude says:

    …..I’m beginning to think there is one!….LOL

    When I tried to question Anthony about did he really just take everyone’s word for it…and has never bothered to run your numbers

    ….All of my posts have been deleted and I’m on moderation

    • _Jim says:

      Are you just being ‘delayed to publication’ or censored completely?

      Is this not you on WUWT?

      Note: Time stamps on WUWT posts appear to be PDT.

      – – – – – – – –

      Latitude says:
      June 27, 2014 at 7:49 am
      sunshinehours1….thanks for you earlier post…..it was an eye opener
      =====
      sunshinehours1 says:
      June 26, 2014 at 2:52 pm

      Anthony, there are 1218 stations. That means there should be 14,616 monthly records for 2013.

      There are 11568 that have a raw and final data record = 79%. of the 14,616

      There are only 9384 of those 11,568 that do not have an E flag. 64.2% of the 1,4616

      There are only 7374 that have a en empty error flag. 50%. of the 14,616.

      36.8% is close enough to 40% for me.

      And yet the NOAA publishes press releases claiming this month or that is warmest ever.

      REPLY: Thanks for the numbers, I’ll have a look. Please note that the USHCN is not used exclusively to publish the monthly numbers, that comes from the whole COOP network. – Anthony

      – – – – –

    • Latitude says:

      Censored completely Jim…every time I’ve tried to ask…..post is deleted and I’m called combative or piling on, etc…I tried re-wording, but still the same question…and it was deleted again….

      You can only see the posts that have nothing to do with asking that question…

      Looks like this all backfired on Anthony “I call them as I see them” Watts…
      He wasn’t expecting this reaction on his own board

      • _Jim says:

        Well, I reckon he has gotten a sense of what the people think, and it wasn’t as he imagined it would go …

        • Latitude says:

          It didn’t take long for it to be obvious that he was bashing Goddard all over the internet….based on what Zeke, Nick, etc were saying about Goddard’s “method”…
          ..and Anthony had not even looked at the numbers to see if the “method” was right or wrong

    • Shazaam says:

      Karma.

      The excuse that “he didn’t look at the numbers first” is pure weak sauce.

      He expressed a strong opinion based upon something he hadn’t bothered to look at??

      Based on that performance, he’s a perfect candidate for the Laughingstock-in-chief’s next climate czar!!!

    • omanuel says:

      Regretfully, Latitude, sixty-nine years ago in August 1945 frightened world leaders lost control of atomic bomb technology and secretly agreed to adopt Stalin’s method of public control to save themselves and the world from possible nuclear annihilation!

      This 2002 BBC News report confirms the unreported CHAOS of August 1945:

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2170881.stm

      The 2009 Climategate e-mails confirmed lock-step government science disguised as consensus science.

  2. Progressives of my acquaintance say there are no government conspiracies except those committed by their political enemies.

    • Gamecock says:

      Zactly: only the opposition is capable of conspiracies.

      Giggle: Watergate, Iran-Contra, etc.

    • Brian H says:

      Progressivism is the Fabian conspiracy. Its coat of arms is a wolf in sheep’s clothing; an in-your-face taunt and brag if ever I saw one.

  3. Joseph says:

    It’s only a conspiracy if the government agency in question has the email records.

  4. B says:

    Except others told those who would listen well before Snowden did. For whatever reason when Snowden did it, conspiracy theory became conspiracy fact. But now it’s a good thing. Which is why IMO the man-made climate change crowd has been slowly morphing their message into what they want to do, what they are justifying with AGW, is a good thing.

    It’s where conspiracies go when they are exposed either intentionally or unintentionally or by the passage of time.

  5. Steve C says:

    There’s a rule of thumb for conspiracy theories:
    – If it reads like science fiction, it’s probably mostly false;
    – If it reads like political fiction, it’s probably mostly true.

  6. Deda Eda says:

    That reactionary bitch, mother Nature is a part of the wast rigth wing conspiracy!

  7. Fred . . . says:

    no conspiracies, just catastrophic hard drive failure coincidences.

      • rjoguillory says:

        …I’m a DoD Federally Protected Whistle Blower…retired from the US Government…and early in my career I caught my boss on tape describing for me…in detail…describing all the things that they would do to me to get rid of me…how they would harass me and make stuff up…targeting me….anything to get me to quit or to enable them to fire me…all because I wouldn’t go along with their systemic corruption…and they came after me for more than two decades….over a rather relatively petty matter….so don’t believe folks when they say there is no systemic conspiracy…they have no idea what they are talking about…

        RJ O’Guillory
        Author-
        Webster Groves – The Life of an Insane Family

  8. tom0mason says:

    A conspiracy is not required, as Edmund Burke said “All it takes for evil to flourish is for good men (and women) to do nothing.”

    • Jimmy Haigh. says:

      Let’s not forget the good Muslims…

    • Gail Combs says:

      A big problem is one follows the Marquess of Queensberry rules and the other group follows street fighting gang no holds barred fighting.

      If the first group steps outside of the Marquess of Queensberry rules the second group immediately screams FOUL!

  9. Dave in Ann Arbor says:

    Whoever complained about pithy posts like this on the blog is way off base. I love this stuff.

  10. kuhnkat says:

    Edward Snowden rocked the world with his disclosures because people do NOT pay attention. We knew about Echelon and Prizm as the information was available. We heard about the CIA tapping the Baghdad central exchanges and other various “work.” Who in their right mind thinks our gubmint, moving steadily leftward under both Dhimmicraps and Republicraps, would NOT have done what Snowden exposed to cover his extensive espionage?!?!?!

  11. gofer says:

    AGW is just a big band wagon, no need for a conspiracy. There are many reasons, all financial and power seeking, for people to jump on.

  12. Not George W. Obama says:

    “Oh, but there are indeed no conspiracies! At least none the government is involved in.
    Don’t you see? It’s totally obvious.
    The Communist Muslim Snowden made it all up, forged the alleged documents, and the media are pushing the lie because they hate us for our freedom.”
    — George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and the rest of the DC crime cartel

  13. Mr. Dresden says:

    There’s some shit coming down. Been coming down for a long time. Don’t know exactly what it is but……it don’t look good.

    • omanuel says:

      It had been coming down for a long time before Climategate emails surfaced in 2009, but we couldn’t believe federal research agencies would deceive the public.

      Outright deceit by a federal research agency is difficult to document, but this Jan 1998 CSPAN News video recorded NASA’s Administrator finally releasing isotope data from the Dec 1995 Galileo probe of Jupiter’s atmosphere – data [1] that confirmed a 1983 report [2] that iron (Fe) is the most abundant element in the Sun and two 1977 suggestions [3,4] the Sun’s core is a pulsar remnant from the birth of the solar system:

      1. O. Manuel, “Isotope ratios in Jupiter confirm intra-solar diffusion,” Meteoritics and Planetary Science 33, A97, abstract 5011 (1998): http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/metsoc98/pdf/5011.pdf

      2. O. K. Manuel and Golden Hwaung, “Solar abundances of the elements,” Meteoritics 18, 209-222 (1983): http://tinyurl.com/224kz4

      3. Peter Toth, “Is the Sun a pulsar?” Nature 270, 159-160 (1977):
      http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v270/n5633/abs/270159a0.html

      4. O. K. Manuel and D. D. Sabu, “Strange xenon, extinct super-heavy elements, and
      the solar neutrino puzzle,” Science 195, 208-209 (1977):

      Click to access StrangeXenon.pdf

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