A tsunami of governmental global warming lies

By |2013-01-28T18:39:41+00:00January 28th, 2013|CFACT Insights|7 Comments

It’s bad enough when major environmental organizations continue to lie about a “global warming” that does not exist in lieu of a planetary cooling cycle now entering its 17th year, but when those allied with the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are also in charge of producing a government report on it, the public is being lied to in ways that obscure their bias and agenda.

This is the case of the recently released draft report of the National Climate Assessment and Development Advisory Committee (NCADAC) titled “Climate Change and the American People.” The majority of the thirteen senior scientists responsible for it are closely allied with the IPCC. No doubt, the final report will be cited by the IPCC as further “proof” that global warming is real.

President Obama, during his second inaugural speech, managed to ignore any mention of the nation’s catastrophic debt in favor of warning that climate change is causing forest fires, drought, and powerful storms. Excuse me, but the climate has always included these natural events. They are not the result of a warming that is not occurring.

Some believe that an effort is afoot to revive cap-and-trade legislation that would tax so-called greenhouse gas emissions despite the fact that they play no role in either climate change or the bogus global warming. Others think that the EPA will be used as the blunt instrument to restrict emissions.

It is troubling enough that a January 24 edition of the Wall Street Journal included a commentary by Bjorn Lomborg, author and director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center in Washington, D.C., that criticized the President’s speech at the same time saying, “This does not mean that climate change isn’t an issue. In the long run, the world needs to cut carbon dioxide because it causes global warming.”

No, carbon dioxide (CO2) doesn’t cause something that isn’t happening. It causes all the vegetation on Earth to thrive and that is why greenhouses increase it in order to stimulate growth. Reducing it via government regulation threatens the entire economy.

According to the NCADAC report, rising temperatures pose a health threat. They are not rising and countless retirees head to warmer states for the simple reason that warmer weather extends life while colder weather kills people. People who live in Florida and the Southwest are not moving to Minnesota or Alaska.

As Steve Gorham, the author of “The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism: Mankind and Climate Change Mania,” has pointed out regarding the NCADAC report, “The document uses the word ‘extreme’ more than 600 times to create an alarming picture of the future. It predicts ‘extreme weather events…extreme weather…extreme snowstorms…extreme winds…extreme drought…extreme floods…extreme rainfall’ and many other ‘extremes’, all claimed to be due to mankind’s relatively small emissions of CO2, a trace gas in the atmosphere. The report’s conclusions are based on computer model projections.”

Environmental studies professor, Roger Pielke Jr., notes that among those in charge of the latest government report are its chairman, biologist Jerry Melillo whose online bio cites his “long association with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.” One of its vice chairmen, economics professor Gary Yohe has the same credential. Others affiliated with the IPCC are James Buizer, Sharon Hayes, Thomas Karl, Susanne Moser, Richard Moss, and Donald Wuebbles whose academic bio says he “shares in the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his work with the international Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.”

The connections between these folks and environmental organizations include the fact that vice-chair Gary Yohe is part of a World Wildlife Fund panel and Richard Moss used to be employed as a WWF vice president. The WWF is one of the leading advocates of global warming. James Buizer is on the board of directors of Second Nature a group whose mission is to create a sustainable society by transforming higher education. In other words, ensuring that yet another generation passing through our universities absorb the global warming hoax.

The federal government has been funding these bogus reports and “research” about global warming to the tune of billions of dollars for years. The entire purpose is to keep the hoax alive and it has ensured that agencies such as NOAH and NASA have participated. Other than Al Gore, the leading proponent of global warming has been James Hansen who continues to head NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

It is so bad at NASA that, in February 2012, a group of twenty former NASA scientists formed a group called The Right Climate Stuff to dispute and debunk the many lies associated with global warming.

Fundamentally, you cannot trust anything the federal government, nor its lackeys in the mainstream media, regarding anything you read or hear about global warming or climate change. It is a tsunami of lies.


  1. Dill Weed January 29, 2013 at 9:08 AM

    You trust the federal government to protect Free Speech, to defend our country, to police our borders, to regulate our trade, to secure and strengthen our energy supplies, to regulate businesses like insurance, stocks, our highway system, our engery grid. You trust the federal government in many, many ways.

    You trust the federal government to warn you of huricanes, tornadoes and strong thunder storms. They hire scientific professionals who stand on and refine the knowledge garned by those who went before them. In fact, you trust the university system that brings them up, records and tests their findings over time and educates more in the scientific method to build up and add to that knowledge. Yet, you use your Free Speech rights in such an
    abominable way.

    • mackinney29 January 29, 2013 at 9:28 PM

      You, Mr. Weed, are an idiot. And I personally do not trust the gub’mint as far as I could throw a Congressperson – or James Hansen. The biggest tragedy of all the Globaloney is that children are being taught this crap, which is NOT based on any sort of peer-reviewed scientific method I ever heard of, and is mostly a bunch of emo screeching. So a computer simulation was manipulated so as to require the spending of billions of dollars to shore up what is in essence a GUESS? Well, guess what? The computers and their wacky servants guessed wrong! HAH!

      • Dill Weed January 30, 2013 at 2:46 AM

        Tell me about the peer-reviewed scientifc method you have heard of.

  2. Guest January 29, 2013 at 5:49 PM

    says Pickle in many of the areas you have listed the Government scores an F- if not in fact a zero. The private sector can do much better and that is why many choose to do so. I’ll call on those more capable to expand on the above….. have a nice day….

  3. Icarus62 January 31, 2013 at 4:01 PM

    The uncomfortable truth is that we’ve ignored anthropogenic global warming for too long, and will now need massive geo-engineering projects to avert the growing climate crisis – emissions reductions alone will not be nearly enough. Where is the technology going to come from? What about materials and energy? Clearly we can’t burn fossil fuels to try to cure the problem caused by burning fossil fuels. It’s a deeply worrying predicament.

  4. Crab February 2, 2013 at 1:40 AM

    I’m surprised you believe in tsunamis!

  5. pricey222 February 2, 2013 at 8:16 AM

    so the credentials of people fighting climate change are in question because they are associated with groups that are fighting climate change? wow, you really uncovered something there!

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