Propaganda – Not Science

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It is easy to demonstrate that global warming experts are propagandists, not scientists. Check out this nonsense

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On thin ice: Combined Arctic ice observations show decades of loss | UW Today

They carefully cherry picked the time frame misinform the audience, ending the study in 2012. Since the study ended, there has been a massive increase in old/thick ice. Had they ended the study at the current time, the results would have been quite different.

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The starting point of 1975 is also chosen to deceive. The CIA reported a large increase in Arctic ice during the early 1970s. Had they started a few years earlier, the results would have been quite different.

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CIA Report 1974

Let’s go back a little further to 1962 and compare the submarine pictures. The ice was much thinner in 1962 than 2001

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Seadragon (SSN-584), foreground, and her sister Skate (SSN-578) during a rendezvous at the North…

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Why Would Climate Alarmists Want To Destroy The Environment?

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Forty-five years ago, we had dirty air and water in the US. LA looked like Beijing


The Cuyahoga River used to catch on fire.


I worked hard to get the Clean Air Act passed, and to establish and protect wilderness areas. I worked two summers as a volunteer ranger in the Cibola and Santa Fe National Forests. This was my home one summer at 12,000 feet elevation.

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The US was very successful at cleaning up the environment. But then the environmental movement was hijacked by big money pushing the global warming scam. What would happen if fossil fuels were banned?

Every tree in the forest would be cut down for firewood. The air would be thick with smoke from burning wood. Every animal in the forest would be hunted to extinction for food. Whales would be hunted to extinction for oil. It would be an environmental apocalypse.

Low cost fossil fuels…

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