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Wed Nov 28, 2018, 09:21 AM

Only Anti-Science Suckers Believe Climate Change Hysteria

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/11/27/nolte-only-anti-science-suckers-believe-climate-change-hysteria/
Here is a very simple question for all of you upset over the fact that I do not believe in Climate Change: How many scientific doomsday prophecies do I have to see debunked before I am allowed to be skeptical of the next one?
How many?
Give me a number.
How about if I give you a number: Thirteen. Thirteen, y’all.

I am on the dark side of 52 now, which is not young, but it also isn’t old. And yet, I have lived to see so many media and scientifically-driven end-of-the-world predictions collapse under the weight of reality, I have nearly lost count.

This is how old I am. … Old enough to remember being told that by now…

We would be living through a new Ice Age by the year 2000.
We would all die when the ozone layer disappeared.
The oceans would be dead.
Global Cooling would destroy the world.
Acid rain would destroy our forests.
Overpopulation would result in worldwide famine.
We would deplete our natural resources.
We would run out of oil.
The polar ice caps would melt.
Manhattan would be underwater.
People who live in cities will have to wear gas masks.
Nitrogen buildup will make the land unusable.
“Decaying organic pollutants would use up all of the oxygen in America’s rivers, causing freshwater fish to suffocate.”


And that is just the Big Stuff, the world-shaking predictions the oh-so holy scientific consensus got horribly wrong during my lifetime. Yes, that science was also declared settled.

Over the last half-century the Holy Scientific Consensus has gotten everything wrong, from your breakfast food to the literal apocalypse. But now we are supposed to roll over and play socialist because the Holy Consensus says Climate Change will wipe us out by 2050.

Sorry, no.

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Response to Jack Burton (Original post)

Wed Nov 28, 2018, 09:30 AM

1. Only disagree with one point -- dark side of 52 is still quite young

You s/b at the midpoint of your life.

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Response to Jack Burton (Original post)

Wed Nov 28, 2018, 10:46 AM

2. I believe in climate change!

Not just AGW! Big difference.

We may be entering a sun spot induced mini ice age now. All their predictions are based not on empirical evidence, but computer modelling! And these algorithms are only as accurate as the data fed into them.

How can we know what situations will be 10-20-30 or even fifty years from now to make any kond of even 1/10th educated guess?

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Response to nolidad (Reply #2)

Wed Nov 28, 2018, 11:11 AM

3. I intentionally conflate the two because the doomers do.

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Response to nolidad (Reply #2)

Wed Nov 28, 2018, 12:57 PM

4. Algorithms on the scale of climate modeling are extremely

prone to bogus predictions. That’s because of the numerous subjective/objective things that are either included or excluded in the algorithm inputs and the weighting of the variables themselves.

Like the weighting of CO2 being the biggest boogeyman and not the sun.

The vast majority of which are variables and these variables themselves have been proven to be bogus, because the data fed into were corrupted by those seeking to get the outcome they wanted.

The only people being fooled by the wizard fuckery are precisely those without critical thinking skills.

It takes a whole lot less effort to be ignorant and stupid.

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