How much fraud can National Geographic pack into one image?
- The image shows steam. They animated and colored it on their web site to make it look like fire.
- The record heat claim is the result of data tampering by NOAA.
- Ice has been melting for 20,000 years. It has nothing to do with CO2.
- Sea level has been rising for 20,000 years. It has nothing to do with CO2.
- Nothing National Geographic or anyone else does will either heat or cool the planet significantly.
Every single claim they are making is fraudulent. Here are the smoking guns.
In 1892, National Geographic reported that glaciers in Europe and Alaska were retreating rapidly. The magazine is denying their own history, and sliming their readers.
from perhaps the tenth to the sixteenth centuries, the glaciers of the Alps were much less extensive than at present.
At present they are in general retreating … almost as rapid as at Glacier Bay (Alaska)
Sea level rose much faster for most of the last 20,00o years than it is now. It has nothing to do with CO2.
Sea level rise/fall rates show no sensitivity to atmospheric CO2. None at all. CO2 has no impact on sea level rise rates. Lowering CO2 would not have any effect. National Geographic’s claims are completely fraudulent.
The claims of record heat are based on tampered data from NOAA and NASA, and are not legitimate.
The temperature record has been massively altered over the past 40 years
Satellites show that the NOAA/NASA claims are completely fraudulent. Temperatures have been cooling this century, and are nowhere near record heat.
All of the evidence National Geographic is claiming is fraudulent. There is no problem, and nothing they could do about it if there was. Global CO2 emissions are controlled by Asia, and they have no interest in participating in the National Geographic fraud. There are more than 2,000 coal fired power plants planned or under constructions.
The fraudsters at National Geographic are lying to their readers about the non-problem, the evidence of the non-problem, and the solutions to the non-problem. Fraud doesn’t get any worse than that.