The Science Is Settled – Shut Up

Last month, climate experts told us that the Arctic is melting faster than expected

ScreenHunter_8813 Apr. 29 23.142015 Might Have Lowest Amount of Arctic Ice Ever | Ecorazzi

This month climate experts tell us that the Arctic is melting much slower than expected, and that they didn’t know what they were talking about the last 10 years.

ScreenHunter_8788 Apr. 28 22.10

Research Highlight: Arctic Sea Ice Loss Likely To Be Reversible | Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

It is above your pay grade to question the big science coming from this gang of thieves and fraudsters.

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41 Responses to The Science Is Settled – Shut Up

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for your commitment to honest science and your hard work.

    Congratulations for forcing the UN’s IPCC, federal research agencies like NASA and DOE, the US NAS, the UK RS, the Swedish and Norwegian Nobel Prize Committees, and the Catholic Church to join forces publicly on the opposing side.

  2. Marsh says:

    The only thing quicker & more worrying is the double standards and contradictions from the Warmist / Alarmist brigade ; time is catching up with them………

  3. gregole says:

    For me personally, it’s getting harder and harder to assign this to incompetence and stupidity on the part of our highly-paid publicly-funded so-called climate scientists. What is the point of such high-level fraud?

    • Truthseeker says:

      Follow the money.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey gregole! You are right; it really is difficult at first to accept that anyone who claims to be a scientist could do something like conscious and ongoing fraud. Altering the data is not just a poor decision — it is the antithesis of science. For those of us who love science, we are in a similar situation to a devout church goer who discovers that the minister has been embezzling church funds. No one really wants it to be true, but honestly compels us to follow the evidence.

      As for “what is the point”, yes, as was pointed out above, follow the money. Not just the money, but the power as well. Essentially no aspect of our civilization can be disconnected from energy usage. Control energy usage (via carbon taxes, public usage policies, and pollution regulations) and you control everything — and everyone. Historically speaking, the longest lived empires in the past have been those where the central government controlled access to water.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydraulic_empire
      Control of water meant control of food and hence control of the population. Today, the equivalent of water control would be energy control.

      • Gail Combs says:

        They are working on controling water too. In Taxachusetts and some parts of NC they now put water meters on your PRIVATELY DRILLED WELL!

        The UK and Californicate stopped building reservoirs. There is a push to remove dams from rivers. In some places it is illegal to catch and store rain water from your roof….

        The snake (Maude Barlow) controls Food & Water Watch that pushed the US Food Safety Modernization Act, that now regulates US farmers. She was rewarded for her traitorous acts with an appointment as the United Nation’s first senior adviser on water issues.

        From my old notes:

        Maude Barlow is the National Chairperson of The Council of Canadians, Canada’s largest citizen’s advocacy organization with members and chapters across Canada as well as the co-founder of the Blue Planet Project, which works to stop commodification of the world’s water. She is also a Director with the International Forum on Globalization, a San Francisco-based research and education institution opposed to economic globalization.

        Maude is the recipient of numerous educational awards and has received honorary doctorates from six Canadian universities for her social justice work. In addition to being nominated for the “1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005” she is also the recipient of the “2005/2006 Lannan Cultural Freedom Fellowship.” Most recently she received the prestigious “2005 Right Livelihood Award” given by the Swedish Parliament and widely referred to as “The Alternative Nobel.”
        She is the best-selling author or co-author of fifteen books. Her most recent publications are Too Close For Comfort: Canada’s Future Within Fortress North America; Blue Gold: The Fight to Stop Corporate Theft of the World’s Water (with Tony Clarke), now published in 40 countries; and Profit is Not the Cure: A Citizens’ Guide to Saving Medicare.

        Maude Barlow is Director with the International Forum on Globalization.

        Maude Barlow, “Blame it on Johannesburg: The World. Summit on Sustainable Development Will Be a Backward. Step from Rio.” (Maurice Strong was secretary-general of the Rio conference.) http://www.politicsandthelifesciences.org/Contents/Contents-2002-9/PLS2002-9-5.pdf

        “Water, say the World Bank and the United Nations, is a ‘human need,’ not a ‘human right.’… A human need can be supplied in many ways, especially by those with money.  No one can sell or trade a human right.” – Maude Barlow http://www.culturechange.org/e-letter-water.ht

        The World Water Council set about developing The Long Term Vision for Water, Life and Environment, better known by its subtitle, World Water Vision.  To turn the World Water Vision into reality, the membership of the World Water Commission, as it became known, began to read like a who’s who of the ruling elite. The high profile commissioners include:
        * Dr Ismali Serageldin (Commission Chair), Vice President, World Bank, and Chair of Global Water Partnership
        * Margaret Catley-Carlson, President, Population Council
        * Gordon Conway, President, The Rockefeller Foundation
        * Mohamed T. El-Ashry, Chair and CEO of the Global Environment Facility
        * Howard Hjort, former Deputy Director, FAO
        * Enriquo Iglesias, President, Inter-American Development Bank
        * Yolanda Kababadse, President, World Conservation Union
        * Jessica Mathews, President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, USA
        * Robert S. McNamara, Co-Chair, Global Coalition for Africa
        * Maurice Strong, Chair, Earth Council, member of Commission on Global Governance, and a chief adviser in charge of the UN reform process
        * Wilfred Thalwitz, former Senior VP, World Bank
        * Jerome Mondo, Chair of the Supervisory Board, Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux http://www.culturechange.org/e-letter-water.html

        • gator69 says:

          Here they come again!

          In a matter of weeks, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers will impose a profoundly unconstitutional regulation on America that vastly exceeds the scope and intrusiveness of most laws enacted by Congress.

          The EPA and Corps “Waters of the United States” rule illustrates the need for fundamental reform of the authority and procedures for issuing such agency “laws.” But until then, Congress and the courts must do more to stop these individual threats to our liberty.

          As we have explained elsewhere, the draft WOTUS rule would regulate virtually any wet—or occasionally wet—spot in the country, including ditches, drains, seasonal puddle-like depressions, intermittent streams, ponds, impoundments, prairie potholes, and large “buffer areas” of land adjacent to every waterway. Unsurprisingly, this power was not conferred in so many words by Congress.

          http://www.theblaze.com/contributions/can-anyone-stop-an-unconstitutional-waters-of-the-us-regulation/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Firewire&utm_campaign=Firewire%20-%20HORIZON%204-30-15%20FINAL

          One more reason why I built on top of a ridge.

  4. If/when they end up with egg on their face…I hope it’s the Easter eggs my kids never did find from 1991.

  5. “I get the feeling, and I don’t think that I’m wrong,
    Climate scientists just make it up as they go along.
    Their story keeps on changing, it’s hard to keep pace,
    And we keep on believing, we’re a very strange race…..”
    Read more: http://wp.me/p3KQlH-cq

  6. darrylb says:

    — and of course it was not mentioned that the thickness overall increased.
    Again, the AMO is shifting to its cool phase and we could expect gradual increases in total Arctic sea ice. Perhaps, at the same time the Antarctic sea ice
    will again decrease from its recent highs and the overall total will remain the same.

    Yes, there is some net glacial melt, it has been happening at least from the depths of the Little Ice age several hundred years ago.

    I am not sure if the Scientists have been cherry Picking this particular bit of information or if reporters have cherry picked from the total. Either way it is tiresome.

  7. darrylb says:

    Also, the Science is Settled has to be among the greatest scientifically antithetical pieces of garbage since the heart of the witch trials

    Hey Gail, why was it that only the witches were burned and not the evil warlocks? 🙂

    • Marsh says:

      No doubt Gail will likely answer on this ; but it’s a subject I researched in the past…
      Male Witches, Wizards & Warlocks met their end just the same,, not always burned.

      Those AGW Climatologists are Warlocks of a kind !! burn, hang em whatever ***

      The Dead – Salem Witchcraft Trials ( Not even one was a Climatologist? )
      Nineteen accused witches were hanged on Gallows Hill in 1692:

      June 10
      Bridget Bishop
      July 19
      Rebecca Nurse
      Sarah Good
      Susannah Martin
      Elizabeth Howe
      Sarah Wildes
      August 19
      George Burroughs
      Martha Carrier
      John Willard
      George Jacobs, Sr.
      John Proctor
      September 22
      Martha Corey
      Mary Eastey
      Ann Pudeator
      Alice Parker
      Mary Parker
      Wilmott Redd
      Margaret Scott
      Samuel Wardwel

      • darrylb says:

        I did read something about Sarah Wildes, her personal story

      • Gail Combs says:

        Yes Salem killed male witches too. If you are ever in the Peoples Republic of Taxachusetts a trip to the Salem witch museum is interesting.

        • Marsh says:

          True, I would like to visit that museum one day ; the subject particularly fascinates me;
          witches, druids, ghosts.. etc., I’ve even published books on related subject matter. It was a sad injustice dealt by the Puritans ; “most” of the witches hanged were of no harm to society. At that time, one only had to be practising in Science or Innovations to be labelled as a Witch; just for being different /creative. Some things haven’t changed!

  8. Eliza says:

    I don’t comment anymore a climate ect as you have to use facebook ect. But anyway she states that overpopulation is causing AGW my reply : I don’t know how anybody could attribute population increase with AGW. There is no correlation whatsoever. Population has increased 2 Billion since 30 years ago and temperatures have been flat since then. (1979).The total amount of carbon/atoms on earth never changes and never has unless “they” can defy gravity.

    • ilma630 says:

      Only NASA is trying to reduce the number of carbon atoms on earth by all the junk they launch into space.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Let’s see… CAGW is caused by too many people, and CAGW will kill billions of people. Hmmm…

      Sounds like a classic case of negative feedback. There’s just no pleasing the warmists.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Sounds like Curry’s malthusian roots are showing…..

    • handjive says:

      The environmental pogrom is well under way

      UK aid helps to fund forced sterilisation of India’s poor

      Yet a working paper published by the UK’s Department for International Development in 2010 cited the need to fight climate change as one of the key reasons for pressing ahead with such programmes.
      The document argued that reducing population numbers would cut greenhouse gases …

      http://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/apr/15/uk-aid-forced-sterilisation-india

      The only thing missing is the gas chambers for the survivors.

      • Gail Combs says:

        The UK is a bit more subtle than that. There is 64.1 million people in the UK. The UK government uses fuel poverty to kill off 31,000 useless eaters a year and the national health system (Liver pool care pathway) to kill off 130,000 patients every year (out of around 450,000 deaths.) This includes babies.

        So the UK manages to kill off about 160,000 expensive pensioners and disabled infants a year and replaces them with an net immigration of 298,000 a year.

        I guess the UK needs to up the killing since German Chancellor Angela Merkel claims the UK is not taking its fair share of migrants.

        * German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls for new quota system for migrants

        * Wants refugees more evenly distributed among European Union members

        * Her calls were backed by the EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker
        http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/news/article-3061832/Merkel-calls-Britain-share-refugee-burden-introducing-new-quota-German-Chancellor-claims-UK-not-taking-fair-share-migrants.html

        That is really going over well:
        http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/438325/British-tougher-stance-immigration

        (The Daily Star seems to be a UK equiv. to the National Enquirer.)

        Barely one in 10 Brits say they are satisfied with David Cameron’s border policies.

        A poll by Ipsos MORI suggests the concern explains why large numbers of Conservatives are switching to Ukip.

        The findings will heap pressure on the Prime Minister to end his silence on immigration during the election campaign.

        He has not mentioned his manifesto pledges to curb EU free movement, deport more illegals and tag foreign criminals.

        Yet a large proportion of voters believe politicians are talking too little about migration.

        A report warned yesterday that human traffickers are exploiting the free movement rules to operate freely in Britain.

        It says a modern slave trade has opened up since the EU expanded into the former Eastern Bloc.

        The report found the gangs tell migrants they are coming here legally before stealing their passports, forcing victims to fraudulently claim millions of pounds in benefits, and selling women with EU passports to men who get them pregnant to claim a right to stay….
        It also said they bring Eastern European girls to the UK for sham weddings to Asian men….

        Seems UKIP is having a bit of an effect.

  9. sabretoothed says:

    The Head of the AMA said Tropical diseases are coming to Melbourne HAHAHAHAH https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=11&v=C88sX3PEkjs

    • AndyG55 says:

      UAHv6 shows that the “warming” (lol) trend in Australia since the beginning of 1998 is 0.0004ºC/year.

      Do mozzies respond to that HUGE change in temperature ?

      Actually, at 0.0004ºC/year, the Aussie Labor carbon tax might actually have slow that huge amount of warming to zero (IFF the CO2 warming hypothesis and feedbacks were real), Certainly worth wasting hundreds of millions of dollars on, don’t you reckon !! 😉

  10. gator69 says:

    What better excuse to ask for more money?

    • Gail Combs says:

      HMMMMmmm, Is that why using the word T*r*o*t*sky gets a comment booted into the ether never to be seen by anyone???

      Especially since Congressman McFadden stated to Congress in 1934 that his passage to Russia was financed but smoothed by the Banksters. (He was detained in Canada but the Banksters/US gov ordered him released.)

      • Gail Combs says:

        his passage to Russia was [not only] financed but smoothed by the Banksters.
        [poof reed girl, poof reed!]

      • Ted says:

        I just tried it. You’re right. Not even a notice that it didn’t appear. The whole comment with that person’s name just disappears.

        Is it just wordpress, or is it censored from comments everywhere? Do you know of any other (clean) words that are verboten?

        • Gail Combs says:

          John Kehr’s site in*c*on*vie*ntS*kep*tic does not apear on this site, Jo Nova’s or E.M. Smith’s (ChiefIO)

          Jo said it did not make it into her spam filter.

      • Neal S says:

        Chip Bennett who does wordpress development reported that there are multiple commenting engines and the one used here is one (Akismet) which blackholes comments with certain keywords. If you try the same on Tony’s self-hosted but not yet active alternative to this one, such words come through, because it is a different commenting engine.

        Sorry, I don’t recall all details, but you can probably read through comments in the “moving off wordpress” posting if you really care.

        • Brian H says:

          Yeah, I just test posted right here using the T-name and i-scept’s africa-drought-and-global-temperature/ link.
          Vanished.

        • Neal S says:

          I started reading about Akismet and came across following page
          https://pressable.com/blog/2015/03/12/case-for-against-akismet/

          I posted a comment there asking
          “So what is so dangerous about T*rot*sky or links to
          the inconvenient skeptic . com ” and then the versions that would get blocked here.

          Over there I get “Your comment is awaiting moderation.”

  11. Brian H says:

    It’s a rather informative article, btw; Africa and the Sahara are wet and warm or cool and dry.
    http://tinyurl.com/n3l5hoh

    • Gail Combs says:

      Yes, John does a much better job of it than I did. (I really hate that I can not link to his website — Good Stuff.)

      • Neal S says:

        Gail bemoans not being able to post links to certain websites …. but by using tinyurl, you CAN post links to the otherwise blocked site(s). One of the objections to tinyurl, is that you can not be sure where it will take you in advance. There is an option to turn on a preview feature. You would visit http://tinyurl.com/preview.php and click the link there and then a cookie is set. Then whenever you click on a tiny url, you first get taken to a page which shows you the full plain text of the URL it refers to, and you can click there to follow it. The example page http://tinyurl.com/#example shows you how to make tinyurls from regular full URLs.

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