NASA and Climate Dogma

“The first two papers are by John Cook, founder of the notorious Skeptical Science website.”

NASA citing the fake-science and debunked “97%” garbage of cartoonist and climate activist John Cook! Says it all really about the veracity and objectivity of climate “science” over there at NASA, run by fellow activist Gavin Schmidt.

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Recently in a confirmation hearing Senator Harris of California claimed that according to NASA, 97% or more of actively published climate scientists agree that climate warning trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. Then she suggested no one should doubt this finding.

Going to NASA’s page on this topic, you can see clearly that NASA scientists did no such research. In fact, the citations are to only five studies done by people with little or no background in atmospheric physics and research.

The first two papers are by John Cook, founder of the notorious Skeptical Science website.

John Cook has an undergraduate education in physics from the University of Queensland and a post-graduate honors year studying solar physics, worked as a self-employed cartoonist before founding a website pushing climate alarmism. For this he was given the title of the Climate Communication Fellow for the Global Change…

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One Comment on “NASA and Climate Dogma”

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