Sunday, October 30, 2016

October, 2016, Part 1, I Am A Global Warming Doubter and A Believer In Science: One Hurricane Means Global Warming is Back, More John Kerry Insanity and More

Every month we have enough material to return to a continuing theme in this blog, namely that “I am a global warming doubter AND a believer in science.” This became of interest because of people like Al Gore who fanatically and verbosely claimed that you had to be an idiot to not believe in man made global warming. It has been my life belief that anyone that is that loud and that obnoxious is hiding something, that rather than argue facts and reality it is better to beat down and insult anyone who disagrees.

As we have dove into the whole issue of man made global warming, or its new rebranded title of climate change, we found that Al Gore and people like him were guilty of a number of things:

  • 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 of our freedoms and standards of living based on a shaky theory at best.
To see the past posts and the multitude of evidence that we have compiled that showed it is perfectly okay to be a global warming doubter and a believer in science, enter the phrase "global warming doubter” in the search box above or go through the monthly historical posts listed on the right side of this page.

Thus, let’s see the latest facts and science that prove you can be a global warming doubter and a believer in science, regardless of what Al Gore proclaims:

1) I have been living in Florida for eleven years. Up until a few months ago when Hurricane Hermine came ashore, our state had not seen a single hurricane touch down since 2004. But despite that extended drought of hurricanes, you knew that the first time a hurricane touched down again in Florida, the global warming/climate change advocates would be out in full throat.

And that is exactly what happened when Hurricane Hermine, the only the hurricane in ten years to come ashore in Florida, caused Hillary Clinton to go all Al Gore on us. According to Philip Hodges, writing for the Eagle Rising website, Hillary attributed Hermine to man made global warming and climate change: “Another threat to our country is climate change. 2015 was the hottest year on record and the science is clear: it’s real, it’s wreaking havoc on communities across America. Last week’s hurricane was another reminder of the devastation that extreme weather can cause and I send my thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by Hermine.

“But, this is not the last one that’s going to hit Florida given what’s happening in the climate. […] If it affects people who lose their homes or their businesses that took a lifetime to build, it doesn’t matter to him. When it comes to protecting our country against natural disasters and the threat of climate change, once again, Donald Trump is totally unfit and unqualified to be our President.”

So typical, ignore ten years of no global warming/climate change ill effects and then go bonkers on a solitary hurricane event that was really not that bad. How about we look at real data relative to hurricane activity? Which is exactly what atmospheric scientist Philip Klotzbach did when he tweeted out a historical chart since 1985, 31 years, that showed hurricane activity is actually trending DOWNWARDS despite 31 years of humanity using carbon based fuels:

Lord forbid that we actually use real data when discussing climate change. Fewer hurricanes over time and yet Hillary goes crazy on a single hurricane event. Insane.
2) One of the most irritating feature of global warming/climate change advocates is their condescending attitude, tone, and words. No one is better at being condescending than Secretary Of State John Kerry. According to Eric Scheiner, writing for the CNS News website on September 16, 2016, Kerry was speaking at a recent oceanic conference when he stated that “the melting of the ice and the rise of sea level, all that extra water is just going to spill over the sides of a flat Earth.”Give me a break. A double insult: if you do not believe in man made global warming you think the earth is flat. This is the Al Gore method of arguing global warming: berate, insult and verbally beat down anyone who has an honest and justified theory that says man made global warming and climate change may not be as bad, even exist, than the advocated claim. Rather than look at ALL of the climate science and research that is out there, much of which contradicts what Kerry and Gore claim is the absolute truth, let’s just belittle and insult those that dare to think for themselves.Kerry goes on to make some pretty outrageous claims, many of which I have never heard before despite researching this topic for years:“We now have the highest rate of increase of acidity in the ocean in 50 million years. And believe it or not scientists have the ability to measure that.And that acidity changes the capacity of particularly crustaceans to be able to grow. I’ve seen tests that show what happens with clams when they’re exposed to higher levels of pH, and you see the diminished size of the clams.”“So, lobsters could conceivably lose the hard shell – I mean, you can run the list of these challenges – and none of them exaggerated, except perhaps to that small group of people in America who still block things from happening because they somehow believe that with global climate change and the melting of the ice and the rise of sea level, all that extra water is just going to spill over the sides of a flat Earth.”As always with people like Kerry, he provides no sources to check his lobster and acidity claims, just throws these tidbits out there and proceeds to insult Americans who are global warming doubters. Pathetic.3) Michael Bastasch, writing for the Daily Caller website on September 27, 2016, reminds us of how poorly people like John Kerry predicted the devastation that man made global warming would cause by ….2016. In 2012, so-called expert Peter Wadhams of Cambridge University predicted that the Arctic would be ice free by 2016. But according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, there are still 1.6 million square miles of ice up at the North Pole. Missed it by that much, zero ice vs. 1.6 million square miles of ice, so close.That will do it for today’s update to our theme, "I am a global warming doubter and a believer in science.” Today we learned that global warming advocates lie in the face of real data, they insult in the face of real data, and they make really bad predictions that never come true in the face of real data. More tomorrow.

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