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Settled science: The correct answer is allegedly either 20 years or 1,000 years, and if you question either one, you’re worse than Hitler March 29, 2011

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Settled science: The correct answer is allegedly either 20 years or 1,000 years, and if you question either one, you’re worse than Hitler

H/T Tom Nelson

Twenty years or 1000? One of these “experts” is hopelessly wrong | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

Climate scientist and warmist Andy Pitman on Thursday:

If we could stop emissions tomorrow we would still have 20 to 30 years of warming ahead of us because of inertia of the system.

Climate Commissioner and warmist Tim Flannery on Friday:

If the world as a whole cut all emissions tomorrow the average temperature of the planet is not going to drop in several hundred years, perhaps as much as a thousand years

H/T Tom Nelson


1. Mervyn Sullivan - March 29, 2011

Both these ‘alarmist warmists’ need a lesson about the logarithmic effect of carbon dioxide on atmospheric temperature.

Both these ‘alarmist warmists’ need a lesson about the following relationship… that atmospheric temperature rises with atmospheric pressure and vice versa… (so forget about the supposition of a greenhouse effect).

Both these ‘alarmist warmists’ need to stop talking crap… they don’t acknowledge the real-world data that debunks the IPCC’s flawed mode-based predictions… and both have lost that most important attribute supposedly inherent in all human beings… the ability to use common sense.

2. Oliver K. Manuel - March 30, 2011

They are equally right, i.e., not at all.

Scaremongers bravely ignore all constraints of experimental data.

Fortunately the new US House of Representatives will start a hearing into the evidence of climate change on Thursday, 13 March 2011:


If they “Follow The Money”, they will discover (in reverse order) how science is became a tool of government propaganda . . .

5. Al Gore, Maurice Strong and an international alliance of world leaders directed public research funds to:

4. The US National Academy of Sciences, the UK’s Royal Society, the UN’s IPCC, and the International Alliance of National Academies of Sciences world-wide, provided they order:

3.Federal research agencies [NASA, DOE, NOAA, EPA, etc.] to request:

2. Evidence of specific findings [e.g., AGW, Hydrogen-fusion as the source of solar energy, oscillating solar neutrinos, etc] in exchange for federal research funds, and finally:

1. Pawns hiding and manipulating experimental data – purchased with public funds – to deceive the public about Earth’s heat source, the Sun [a-c].

a. “Earth’s Heat Source – The Sun”, Energy & Environment 20(2009) 131-144. http://arxiv.org/pdf/0905.0704

b. “Neutron Repulsion”, The APEIRON Journal, in press (2011) 19 pp.

c. “Weather Action” http://www.weatheraction.com/

Climatologists followed the template that federal agencies developed soon after Eisenhower issued this warning in his 1961 farewell address to the nation:

“The prospect of domination of the nation’s scholars by Federal employment, project allocations, and the power of money is ever present – and is gravely to be regarded.”

“Yet, in holding scientific research and discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”

“It is the task of statesmanship to mold, to balance, and to integrate these and other forces, new and old, within the principles of our democratic system – ever aiming toward the supreme goals of our free society.”


With kind regards,
Oliver K. Manuel

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