- Ignoring science and realities that did not support their opinions and positions.
- Rather than have an adult conversation about climate, these types of advocates like Gore sank to the level of insulting those who dared look at ALL science by calling them a variety of names including racists, homophobes, terrorists, flat earth believers, and other slanderous names.
- Continuing to insist that politicians step up their intrusions into our lives with higher taxes, more regulations, and more control on our freedoms and standards of living based on a shaky theory at best.
- On Good Morning America on June 12, 2015, Bob Woodruff not only predicted that NYC would be under water by 2015 but by this year gas would cost over $9 a gallon and a carton of milk would cost over $13. In other words, if you are going to predict disaster, go big and bold....and wrong.
- The ABC News report included predicted prophetic videos, such as a teenager declaring, "It's June 8th, 2015. One carton of milk is $12.99." At the store today, barely a month after June 8, 2015, I purchased a gallon of milk for $3.59, about one third the price predicted.
- Another clip featured this prediction for the current year: "Gas reached over $9 a gallon." Today, barely a month after June 8, 2015, I paid $2.64 for a gallon of gas, about one third the predicted costs.
- One expert on that Good Morning America show in 2008 warns that in 2015 the sea level will rise quickly, a prediction that is accompanied by a video shows New York City being engulfed by water.
- The video montage includes another unidentified person predicting that "flames cover hundreds of miles."
- French climate change skeptic Philippe de Larminat says he was denied a spot at April's summit sponsored by the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences, according to the Washington Post.
- De Larminat wanted to attend the meeting ahead Pope Francis' recent encyclical on climate change.
- He was told he would be allowed if space permitted, but just days before the event was set to begin he was told there wasn't an open spot.
- But the Post reported that de Larminat was actually denied space because other scientists and the Vatican executive who heads up the academy didn't want him there, likely because De Larminat has written a book proving that the sun, and not human activity, is the primary driver of climate change.
- "They did not want to hear an off note," de Larminat correctly told the paper.
- Quoting Obama's warning that "no challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change," Giaever said it was a "ridiculous statement:"I say this to Obama: Excuse me, Mr. President, but you're wrong. Dead wrong,"
- "Obama said last year that 2014 is [the] hottest year ever. But it's not true. It's not the hottest."
- Giaever, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in 1973, questioned the theory behind fears about rising carbon dioxide levels and said that the theory is not supported by scientific evidence: "Global warming really has become a new religion. Because you cannot discuss it. It's not proper. It is like the Catholic Church."
- Their scientific research claims to be able to correctly predict solar cycles, a factor that many scientists,including those at the CERN Institute in Europe, claim affects the earth’s weather and climate for more than humanity.
- Their modeling predicts that between 2020 and 2030 solar cycles will cancel each other out, leading to a phenomenon known as the 'Maunder minimum.'
- When this happens the sun goes very calm from a solar flare and other solar activity perspective.
- The Maunder minimum was last observed a few hundred years ago when it coincided with the mini ice age that hit between 1646 and 1715.
- This Ice age resulted in even London's River Thames freezing over.
- According to news reports,t his new predictive model of the Sun's solar cycle is producing very accurate predictions of irregularities within the Sun's 11-year heartbeat.
- The model suggests that solar activity will fall by 60% during the 2030s to conditions last seen during the 'mini ice age' that began in 1645, according to the results presented by Professor Valentina Zharkova at the National Astronomy Meeting in Llandudno.
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