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Astronauts and real scientists say climate emergency is b*ll*x

(weekend blog)

London attack – you couldn’t make it up

We now know that the London knifeman was 28-year-old Usman Khan. (Any relation to London Mayor Sadiq Khan?) Mr Khan, that’s Usman not Sadiq, was well-known to the police. He was arrested with eight other men in 2012 after plotting to bomb the London Stock Exchange and build a terrorist training camp. He was ordered to serve at least eight years in prison.

But it seems he was released early as he was “no longer a danger to the public”.

Usman lived in Staffordshire but came to London for a prisoner rehabilitation conference. Good grief!!!!!

I wonder if our (IMHO) UK-hating, terrorist-loving, commie-of-the-year Jeremy Corbyn will be criticising the police for shooting poor innocent Usman instead of arresting Usman, giving him loads of benefits, psychological counselling and sending wonderful multi-culturally-enriching Usman on a de-radicalisation course at taxpayers’ expense?

I hope the relations of those killed by Mr Khan sue the Home Office for millions for the Home Office’s Izlumophiliac submission to the lefty scumbags (including senior police officers) who keep claiming that the greatest terrorist threat to Britain comes from the Far Right and not our friends from our favourite religion.

Climate breakdown is the greatest threat blah blah blah..

I’m afraid I couldn’t bring myself to watch Thursday night’s C4 supposed debate on supposed Climate Emergency as I believe that the whole thing is a massive hoax with absolutely no scientific basis at all. And what kind of madness has taken control of us when political leaders are dragged onto TV to debate something that isn’t actually happening?

In a blog I wrote in 2013, I explained how the claim that “98% of scientists” agree that human activity is responsible for Global Warming is a total lie based on ludicrous manipulation of the data. And I showed how the eco-liars had manipulated the results to come up with their “98% of scientists” figure. The real figure, in case you’re interested, is about 7.3% of scientists (if I remember correctly).

Here’s the link to that blog:

The claim that “98% of scientists agree that humans are causing global warming” is a blatant lie

What I wasn’t aware of at the time was that a year earlier, in 2012, some real scientists had actually dared question the hyperventilating alarmists’ claims of impending global catastrophe due to increasing CO2 in the atmosphere. I guess neither I nor many other people knew about this as it (strangely?) wasn’t widely reported in the mainstream media.

In 2012 a group of 49 astronauts and former NASA employees sent a letter to NASA administrator Charles Bolden, Jr., blasting the agency for making unwarranted claims about the role of carbon dioxide in global warming. The text of the letter was:

We, the undersigned, respectfully request that NASA and the Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) refrain from including unproven remarks in public releases and websites. We believe the claims by NASA and GISS, that man-made carbon dioxide is having a catastrophic impact on global climate change are not substantiated, especially when considering thousands of years of empirical data. With hundreds of well-known climate scientists and tens of thousands of other scientists publicly declaring their disbelief in the catastrophic forecasts, coming particularly from the GISS leadership, it is clear that the science is NOT settled

The unbridled advocacy of CO2 being the major cause of climate change is unbecoming of NASA’s history of making an objective assessment of all available scientific data prior to making decisions or public statements.

As former NASA employees, we feel that NASA’s advocacy of an extreme position, prior to a thorough study of the possible overwhelming impact of natural climate drivers is inappropriate. We request that NASA refrain from including unproven and unsupported remarks in its future releases and websites on this subject. At risk is damage to the exemplary reputation of NASA, NASA’s current or former scientists and employees, and even the reputation of science itself.

The group featured some famous names, including Michael F. Collins, Walter Cunningham and five other Apollo astronauts, as well as two former directors of NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.

The letter included a request for NASA to refrain from mentioning CO2 as a cause of global warming in future press releases and websites. The agency’s “Global Climate Change” webpage says that “Humans have increased atmospheric CO2 concentration by a third since the Industrial Revolution began”.

But, of course, no scientist or academic would dare mention this letter or dare question the Man-Made Global Warming cult nowadays as any such supposed ‘heresy’ and crime against political correctness would result in excoriation, public humiliation, career destruction and expulsion from whatever institute they worked at.

Poles poleaxe multi-cultural enricher

And while we’re on the subject of our craven submission to the dictatorship of political correctness, here’s a wonderful short (15 seconds) video from Poland in which a Polish lorry driver and his mate fail to show the required deference to an African enricher.

Hopefully this will brighten up your weekend.


8 comments to Astronauts and real scientists say climate emergency is b*ll*x

  • Stillreading

    Thanks for the video – very uplifting of the spirits! Of course, were such an assault of an “innocent victim” to occur in the UK, the drivers would be prosecuted for GBH. As for yesterday’s terrorist attack, just WHO – names, official positions, salaries etc. – was or were responsible for letting this savage loose on the London population? We, law-abiding citizens, with family members travelling to and working in London, are entitled to know. How many with similar criminal histories and hatred of our country and culture are out there, having been freed by our ridiculous justice system to plot, maim and kill at will? Two families today are mourning their dead, another is waiting in torment for news of a loved one currently hanging onto life by a thread in ITU. With convicted terrorists released to offend again it is only a matter of time before an event occurs, the magnitude of which in terms of loss of life will reduce Hillsborough, horrible as it was, to a mere minor incident.

  • dave h

    Keep the videos coming David, a true pleasure to watch.
    I still keep going back to the advanced weapons training, it make me laugh every time.

  • loppoman

    Hard to know what else to say regarding these matters.
    I for one suffer from total despair that a so called advanced civilized country (GREAT Britain) conducts itself in this way.
    Our soft touch approach and response has really failed us as a nation.
    What has happened to us?

  • Alan Thorpe

    This post should really be a warning about the use of consensus in decision making. We don’t know why Khan was released but it is likely to be because a group of people reached a consensus view that it was safe to release him. They obviously did not have the evidence to show that it was not.

    In climate science is has been the same. I am sure that the concept of a 97% consensus has influenced many people. Consensus has no place in science where only evidence matters. I have just revisited work by Darko Butina. He has used an easy to understand statistical method to analysis temperature records in North America and Eurasia. Here is a link to one of his papers for anybody who is interested At the very end there is a link to his website with other work. This is a scientific work based on the evidence of actual temperature measurements.

    With all the talk of the NHS and USA drugs there is another example to consider. We do not use consensus in drug trials. A group of NHS staff do not gather round a table and decide whether a drug can be used. There is extensive testing and then randomised control trials are used to evaluate the effectiveness before drug are approved for use. Even then mistakes can be made because science is not perfect and that is why it is continually appraised and updated based on evidence.

    There would be an uproar if consensus was used to approve drugs because of the deaths that would happen. But climate policies will result in deaths and there will be economic problems for individuals, businesses and countries resulting from decisions based on a consensus and not evidence.

    I couldn’t watch more than a few minutes of the Channel 4 debate but I did see a piece in The Spectator by Douglas Murray who observed that by being on TV and radio he got to meet all the “leading nutters in the land”. We all see the evidence of that.

  • William Boreham

    We sat back and observed passively as our politicians deliberately imported millions of worshipers of a creed that commands them to kill us all. What could possibly go wrong? Totally bizarrely I see one of the ‘heroes’ who helped to subdue the sub-human was a convicted murderer himself! Ironically, the Muslims don’t have to kill their way to turn England into part of the Islamic Caliphate. Simple demographics will ensure that situation will inevitably come to pass whatever else happens.

  • Jeff Palmer

    Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, the officer in charge of the investigation of yesterday’s atrocity, has an interesting view of the Jihadi problem. I quote :- “Don’t forget that 70%-80% of the people we arrest, disrupt or commit an attack here, are born and raised here. Born or at least raised here. That has got to tell us something about our society.”
    OUR society?
    Mr Basu, people have been born and raised in ‘Our Society’ for over a thousand years without regularly going on bombing and stabbing rampages against innocent members of the general public. Might it therefore just be remotely possible that there is, er, a new factor involved?
    Or were you just taught this total bullshit during your ‘Common Purpose’ course – you know, the course founded and administered by Julia Middleton, former editor of ‘Marxism Today’ magazine, which cost the taxpayer about ten grand to put you through? The course designed for people who the government has decided should be fast-tracked into public service jobs beyond their level of training and experience for reasons of ‘Diversity’?
    However, there’s no doubt whatsoever that AC Basu will lead a thorough, totally unbiased investigation, with no stone left unturned. Absolutely. No question.

  • Hardcastle

    Boris just on the news telling us that the British justice system is not working ,as if we didn’t know that.His non conservative party has been in power for nine years and have done nothing,nothing to address this or the outcomes ,one of which we witnessed yesterday on London Bridge.More platitudes,lessons not being learned blah blah.But no action as usual.There are actually people online criticising the firearms officer for shooting the bloke.Pity they did not shoot him the first time! Or at the very least keep him in prison for ever.Will those wazzocks who decided to let him out suffer any comeback? Highly unlikely,probably go underground for a while and then re emerge in some other public service sinecure.Surely the relatives of those killed should be able to bring a civil action of negligence.There should be plenty of support by crowd funding such an action.It is more than ironic that this should occur during the election campaign when all the parties responsible appear to have the support of an amazing number of people!

  • Victor Cowen

    Of course it’s utter B/S. It’s called WEATHER and has been for thousands/millions of years.

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