The Scam of Man Made Global Warming Politics Exposed…Finally (Updates!)

This seems to be the year that the man made global warming scam is finally being exposed. Study after study is being shown to be a farce. I find this especially pleasing given that the narrative of the left and the media, that one was completely ignorant and a “flat earther” for not believing in it, was starting to take hold.

The most recent farce can be found here. It seems these scientists just keep losing their data to prove their work.

But if you think doubters like us are relieved, imagine how the scientists who always disputed man made global warming feel. They were fired, ostracized, demeaned, insulted, and castigated for their views.

One such scientist, Professor Stott, emeritus professor of biogeography at the University of London, seems to be a bit…well..ticked and he’s not afraid to let you know it.:

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“And you know what? I’m in no mood for being magnanimous in victory. I want the lying, cheating, fraudulent scientists prosecuted and fined or imprisoned. I want warmist politicians like Brown and disgusting Milibands booted out ….For years I’ve been made to feel a pariah for my views on AGW. . . . Now it’s payback time and I take small satisfaction from seeing so many rats deserting their sinking ship. I don’t want them on my side. I want to see them in hell, reliving scenes from Hieronymus Bosch. . . . screw ’em.”

Well, you can hardly blame him. For us, we could ignore the lefty liberal snots. But this was his career, his passion, his work. They ridiculed him and now, after all these years, he is finally vindicated. But it doesn’t make up for what he’s been through.

Update: Ace has this from a magazine editor and former global warming alarmist, not that he is anyone special, but you will be hearing from people like him with similar sentiments, I have no doubt:

Because of manmade global warming, I warned in 1996, that “sea levels could rise as much as three feet by the year 2100 … warming can lead to hotter and more frequent heat waves … stronger and more frequent hurricanes to Hawaii‘i … endanger native plants species [and] coral reefs.” These dire predictions came from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Researchers at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia provide much of the IPCC’s analysis and predictions. In November 2009, hackers released thousands of e-mails from the CRU, going back years, and it is these e-mails that reveal the very unscientific, unethical activities I described above.

I feel I’ve been had.

This doesn’t’t necessarily mean manmade global warming is disproven. But it does deflate the certainty and moral righteousness of the Al Gores and the IPCCs of the world. At Copenhagen and in Congress, politicians have proposed massive disruptions to our economies and lifestyles in the name of halting global warming. It turns out they’ve been doing so, at least partly, with books that have been cooked more than the planet.

It’s time for scientists to do what science is all about: check their work to see if the results can be reproduced. Fresh eyes need to look at the original data the CRU used, to see if they can independently find the same evidence for warming. But wait–that can’t be done. Somehow, the CRU managed to “lose” all its original data.

How’s that for an inconvenient truth?

Indeed. Read the link at Ace’s. It looks as if some more news will be coming soon on NASA’s problems with temperature-data management and manipulation. My, my. It’s like dominoes around here. If only Michael Crichton was still alive. Oh, how he would have loved this. If you haven’t read his book, “State Of Fear,” please do. He was prophetic.

Update II: It looks as if Penn State will be investigating Climategate’s Michael Mann:

The recommended investigation will focus on determining if Mann “engaged in, directly or indirectly, any actions that seriously deviated from accepted practices within the academic community for proposing, conducting or reporting research or other scholarly activities.

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