The so-called “climate science” is based on the output of extremely complex computer climate models that cannot be understood by humans. Even worse, these models are incorrect because they contradict well-known principles of mathematics and the information theory. Other important points:
- Computers are built around silicon chips.
- Silicon (in the form of silicon oxides) is the main component of ordinary stones and rocks.
- Silicon chip output is interpreted by so-called “climate scientists” as the prophecy of future climate changes for decades, hundreds, and thousands of years into the future. Prophesies that were made 20-30 years ago have already been shown false.
- “Climate scientists” form a closed cast that claims nobody else can understand their “science,” including famous physicists and mathematicians. Very few of these “climate scientists” have scientific achievements outside of the “climate science” or related environmentalist frauds. These “climate scientists” and their political/financial sponsors have persecuted dissenters and have used government power to do so.
- These “climate scientists” are not scientists or even ordinary frauds, but the priests and shamans of the climate cult.
“Climate science” is a cult and has been called so by distinguished scientists many times. This is not merely a metaphor. Continue reading Stop Climate Cult Establishing!
Do you know that the Hammer of Witches has been peer reviewed?
In or around 1487, the theological faculty of the University of Cologne peer reviewed the Hammer of Witches (the quoted edition is Mackay, The Hammer of Witches: A Complete Translation of the Malleus Maleficarum. Cambridge University Press(1)):
“The proceedings are then carried out under the careful guidance of Lambertus de Monte, the head of the theological faculty of the University of Cologne, who first states his own approval of the questions to be approved, and is then followed with greater or lesser enthusiasm by other members of the faculty who were present. The proceedings were based on the faculty members’ prior reading of the work.” (p. 9)
The Hammer of Witches “educated” its readers on the presumed witchcraft and encouraged them to take action against alleged witches. Among other things, it accused the supposed witches of causing what is currently called extreme weather events: Continue reading Peer Review of “Weather Cooking”
Yesterday, Bill Nye, a third sort actor playing a “Science Guy” on TV, while talking on the air to CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, accused CNN meteorologist Chad Myers of being a “climate change denier”, and demanded action.
Nye: “And you know, here at CNN you have, essentially, a climate change denier meteorologist. Knock yourselves out, but this is a big problem and it’s not going to go away.”
Cuomo: “A bigger conversation for another day.”
Today, Chad Myers announced his conversion to Climate Cult!
When has the United States of America turned into Climatistan?
In 2012, the Government of California made the word DENIERS its official name for the opponents of Climatism, and has devoted a special page on its website to insulting us: https://www.opr.ca.gov/s_denier.php [permalink 1][permalink 2]. But the ALARMISTS got even non-controversial data wrong, and replaced it only when alerted by a “denier”. Obscurantist morons! Continue reading “Deniers” is now an official term in California
More fun with Google tools. This time I used the Google Trends Correlate feature to find out what the term climate scientists really means, because most of these so-called scientists are really frauds, charlatans, and impostors. Continue reading “Climate Scientists” as revealed by Google Correlate
What do alarmists not want to let the “deniers” do? Google does a good job indexing the Web and placing the most relevant and referenced results on top. In the spirit of science, I let the data guide me, and ran a Google search for “don’t let the deniers *“. Continue reading Alarmists Chant: “Don’t let the deniers…”
Science in the Public Square: Global Climate Alarmism and Historical Precedents, Richard Lindzen.
The central idea of the article is a vicious feedback loop: Scientists make meaningless or ambiguous statements => Advocates and media translate statements into alarmist declarations => Politicians respond to alarm by feeding scientists more money => [a larger number of scientists and pseudo-]Scientists make meaningless or ambiguous [or false] statements …
One precedent was “Lysenkoism”:
In the Soviet Union, Trofim Denisovich Lysenko (1898- 1976) promoted the Lamarckian view of the inheritance of acquired characteristics. Continue reading Richard Lindzen: Iron Triangle and Iron Rice Bowl, 2013
In case you missed it, the Obama administration made NASA a proselytizer of the Climate Cult. Continue reading NASA proselytizes Climate Change Cult
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has made an astonishing discovery: the North Pole is on land. Continue reading NOAA discovers land at the North Pole