Japan spent $78 billion on warming research instead of reactor upgrades

March 18, 2011 04:19

This Shakespearean comedy would be hysterical was it not for the tragic fact that billions of dollars have been squandered and continue to be stolen from our economy and our personal finances because of this blatant falsehood and these misguided individuals.

The Warmist Cult

By Andrew Thomas at American Thinker

George Soros-sponsored climatologist James Hansen leads with the prediction that we only have two more years before it will be too late to save the world from a fiery fate.  I would be more inclined to take him seriously if he hadn’t previously made a number of erroneous apocalyptic pronouncements.  In the mid-1980’s he confidently proclaimed that the Earth would be 2 to 4 degrees warmer by 2010 and New York City highways would be under water.

Jones confessed last year that no warming of the Earth has actually occurred for the past fifteen years. This has been confirmed by NOAA satellite temperature data records.

The lead author of the also infamous UN IPCC report, Dr. John Christy recently admitted that global warming is a “non-falsifiable hypothesis”. This means it cannot be classified as an actual scientific theory, but instead relegated to a quasi-religious dogma based upon a belief rather than verifiable facts.

In other words, the whole idea that human beings can affect the temperature of the Earth is preposterous and the EPA has admitted as much.

Maurice Strong, another George Soros-sponsored false prophet and primary architect of the UN global warming and global governance project Agenda 21, once asked “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”
It’s becoming apparent as the facts are revealed that this is a cult with a suicide pact.  And all of us are expected to drink the Kool-aid with them.  We need to end this dangerous farce now.


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