Ambiguous Science

The false and foolish claims of the IPCC regarding Man Made Global Warming are becoming more completely exposed every day. Ever more scientists can no longer be complicit by their silence in this improbable, irrational fairytale. The extent of bogus claims insulting the intelligence of the general public has, at last, exceeded credibility. The great hoax is beginning to unravel.

We should not, however, expect capitulation from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; their agenda is far beyond actual climate and, in fact, has nothing to do with climate or carbon dioxide. The billions they have spent in the attempt to convince all of us that our use of fossil fuels is destroying the environment was simply for the purpose of gaining governmental control of energy, advancing the transition to world government, and transferring wealth from the developed nations to the third world (and to The United Nations). If you want to know what is in store for us in a world governed by The United Nations, they have laid it all out for you in the UN Publication entitled “Agenda 21”. As the Man Made Global Warming ruse slowly fades away, some other manufactured crisis will arise. The leaders of the UN are relentless in their pursuit of World Rule.

One of the most regrettable effects of this massive and ill conceived lie is our justified loss of faith in the integrity of science and scientists. Formally, most of us accepted the results of peer reviewed scientific studies, usually appearing first in popular scientific journals, as scholarly and honest attempts to understand reality and advance the state of our knowledge. Now, many of us look suspiciously at new conjectures by scientists on even slightly controversial proposed scientific advancements. What is the hidden agenda? we ask ourselves. Is this work truly the result of well controlled experiments, or mathematically supported theories? Or is this sham supporting the environmental, political, or commercial wishes of a generous funding entity?

The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary. (H. L. Mencken)

No matter if the science is all phony, there are collateral environmental benefits… climate change (provides) the greatest chance to bring about justice and equality in the world. (Christine Stewart, Environment Minister for Canada, 1998) 

Carter, Professor Robert (2011-06-06). Climate: the Counter Consensus (Independent Minds) (Kindle Locations 2194-2196). Stacey Arts. Kindle Edition.

In his book Science and Public Policy240, Australian Professor Aynsley Kellow explores the problem of noble cause corruption in public life in some depth. Such corruption arises from the belief of a vested interest, or powerful person or group, in the moral righteousness of their cause. For example, a police officer may apprehend a person committing a crime and, stuck with a lack of incriminating evidence, proceed to manufacture it. For many social mores, of which ‘stopping global warming’ and ‘saving the Great Barrier Reef’ are two iconic examples, it has become a common practice for evidence to be manipulated in dishonest ways, under the justification of helping to achieve a worthy end. After all, who wouldn’t want to help to save the Great Barrier Reef? Regrettably, and perhaps driven in part by their support for broad environmental causes, not all scientists within the climate community have maintained the dispassionate, disinterested approach that is the sine qua non of good scientific research. Instead, some have become advocates for the cause rather than the science of global warming.

Carter, Professor Robert (2011-06-06). Climate: the Counter Consensus (Independent Minds) (Kindle Locations 2205-2213). Stacey Arts. Kindle Edition.

The environmentalists consider their ideas and arguments to be an undisputable truth and use sophisticated methods of media manipulation and PR campaigns to exert pressure on policymakers to achieve their goals. Their argumentation is based on the spreading of fear and panic by declaring the future of the world to be under serious threat. In such an atmosphere they continue pushing policymakers to adopt illiberal measures, impose arbitrary limits, regulations, prohibitions, and restrictions on everyday human activities and make people subject to omnipotent bureaucratic decision-making…. Manmade climate change has become one of the most dangerous arguments aimed at distorting human efforts and public policies in the whole world.

Quote by Robert Muller, former UN Assistant Secretary General: 

“In my view, after fifty years of service in the United National system, I perceive the utmost urgency and absolute necessity for proper Earth government.  There is no shadow of a doubt that the present political and economic systems are no longer appropriate and will lead to the end of life evolution on this planet.  We must therefore absolutely and urgently look for new ways.”