Climategate and U.S. Policy

It is an absolute travesty that the people who govern our nation and make the decisions so often do so on the basis of bad information. Even the news media that should be reporting the news, suppresses information that doesn’t agree with their biases.

Now, it seems that the Democrats are largely in denial. They are refusing to investigate the fraudulent research. The news media (excepting bloggers and Fox News) are suppressing the story. See John Lott’s excellent article.

We know that there is NO scientific consensus stating that global warming is man-made.

We know that a large group of climatologists have been falsifying data and suppressing evidence that their preconceived position on global warming is wrong.

We know that they destroyed their original source data. They claimed they did this because they needed the storage space, but that is a joke. Storage media is cheap compared to the cost of accumulating the data in the first place.

We know that most of their predictions are based on computer models. I’m a programmer; I’m here to tell you that you can make a computer model show anything you want it to.

We now know for a fact that the conclusions of climatologists regarding global warming are based on lies and deception.

If the science was truth, these people would not have NEEDED to tamper with the results! They tampered because the facts do NOT support their global warming agenda.

Obama said:

“It’s about listening to what our scientists have to say, even when it’s inconvenient – especially when it’s inconvenient,” Obama said. “Because the highest purpose of science is the search for knowledge, truth and a greater understanding of the world around us. That will be my goal as president of the United States…

and Obama wrote:

“The public must be able to trust the science and scientific process informing public policy decisions. Public officials should not suppress or alter scientific or technological findings and conclusions.”

It is going to be interesting to see what tack Obama takes at the Copenhagen Climate Summit next week. If he wasn’t lying in the quotes above, and if he has the balls, he’ll stand up and say that this science is still not proven and it would be idiotic and criminal to set public policy based on it before it is backed up by proven, verified science.

But I don’t think that’s what Obama will do. His science advisor is John Holdren, who is one of the people implicated in the cover-up.

I think Obama will stick with the bogus science and set U.S. policy based on this pack of lies. He will continue to push his agenda on Cap and Trade, the largest tax increase in U.S. history, in the face of proof that the science it is based on has been falsified.

I hope I’m wrong.


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