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Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 5 2017, 1:02 PM 

Gore admits Paris pact symbolic – Makes incorrect claims about Greenland, sea levels & extreme weather on Fox News
http://www.climatedepot.com/2017/06/04/gore-makes-false-climate-claims-about-greenland-sea-levels-extreme-weather-on-fox-news/

 
 
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Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 5 2017, 5:52 PM 

The stock market has been going up like crazy ever since Trump got elected. I'm rich! I'm rich! A-a-a-a-a-a-a-ah, it feels so good to be so rich. I'm keeping it all, hippies and hill billies! I'm not giving any money to bums at least not what the IRS takes out of my pay check. With Trumps tax cuts I'll get to keep even more money. No more Obummer redistribution of wealth.

Cheap oil will help the stock market go up even more.

Why global oil production looks set to grow in 2018, despite OPEC-led output cut
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/why-global-oil-production-looks-set-to-grow-in-2018-despite-opec-led-output-cut-2017-06-05

 
 
Anonymous

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 5 2017, 7:03 PM 

poor intellect.

 
 
Fan of Al Gore

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 5 2017, 9:49 PM 


 
 
Anonymous

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 6 2017, 6:58 AM 

Exactly

 
 
Fan of Trump

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 6 2017, 3:52 PM 

Gore's Dubious School Record
Author: By JENNIFER C. BRACERAS
Date: 09/07/2000 Page: A15 Section: Op-Ed

Gore's undergraduate transcript from Harvard is riddled with C's, including a C-minus in introductory economics, a D in one science course, and a C-plus in another. "In his sophomore year at Harvard," the Post reported, "Gore's grades were lower than any semester recorded on Bush's transcript from Yale." Moreover, Gore's graduate school record - consistently glossed over by the press - is nothing short of shameful. In 1971, Gore enrolled in Vanderbilt Divinity School where, according to Bill Turque, author of "Inventing Al Gore," he received F's in five of the eight classes he took over the course of three semesters. Not surprisingly, Gore did not receive a degree from the divinity school. Nor did Gore graduate from Vanderbilt Law School, where he enrolled for a brief time and received his fair share of C's. (Bush went on to earn an MBA from Harvard).


http://www.theamericanright.com/forums/showthread.php?15014-Gore-s-Dubious-School-Record

 
 
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Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 6 2017, 6:46 PM 

Nature proves Al Gore wrong again
Anthony Watts / December 16, 2013
Gore’s “ice free Arctic” prediction from five years ago, falsified by nature itself
https://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/12/16/nature-proves-al-gore-wrong-again/


Climate Alarmists Have Been Wrong About Virtually Everything
https://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/environment/item/22289-climate-alarmists-have-been-wrong-about-virtually-everything


 
 
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Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 6 2017, 6:49 PM 

Rigging a Climate 'Consensus'
About those emails and 'peer review.'
Updated Nov. 27, 2009 7:02 p.m. ET
The climatologists at the center of the leaked email and document scandal have taken the line that it is all much ado about nothing. Yes, the wording of their messages was unfortunate, but they insist this in no way undermines the underlying science. They're ignoring the damage they've done to public confidence in the arbiters of climate science.
"What they've done is search through stolen personal emails—confidential between colleagues who often speak in a language they understand and is often foreign to the outside world," Penn State's Michael Mann told Reuters Wednesday. Mr. Mann added that this has made "something innocent into something nefarious."
Phil Jones, director of the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit, from which the emails were lifted, is singing from the same climate hymnal. "My colleagues and I accept that some of the published emails do not read well. I regret any upset or confusion caused as a result. Some were clearly written in the heat of the moment, others use colloquialisms frequently used between close colleagues," he said this week.
We don't doubt that Mr. Jones would have phrased his emails differently if he expected them to end up in the newspaper. He's right that it doesn't look good that his May 2008 email to Mr. Mann regarding the U.N.'s Fourth Assessment Report said "Mike, Can you delete any emails you may have had with Keith re AR4?" Mr. Mann says he didn't delete any such emails, but the point is that Mr. Jones wanted them hidden.
The furor over these documents is not about tone, colloquialisms or whether climatologists are nice people. The real issue is what the messages say about the way the much-ballyhooed scientific consensus on global warming was arrived at, and how a single view of warming and its causes is being enforced. The impression left by the correspondence among Messrs. Mann and Jones and others is that the climate-tracking game has been rigged from the start.
According to this privileged group, only those whose work has been published in select scientific journals, after having gone through the "peer-review" process, can be relied on to critique the science. And sure enough, any challenges from critics outside this clique are dismissed and disparaged.
This September, Mr. Mann told a New York Times reporter in one of the leaked emails that: "Those such as [Stephen] McIntyre who operate almost entirely outside of this system are not to be trusted." Mr. McIntyre is a retired Canadian businessman who checks the findings of climate scientists and often publishes the mistakes he finds on his Web site, Climateaudit.org. He holds the rare distinction of having forced Mr. Mann to publish a correction to one of his more famous papers.
As anonymous reviewers of choice for certain journals, Mr. Mann & Co. had considerable power to enforce the consensus, but it was not absolute, as they discovered in 2003. Mr. Mann noted in a March 2003 email, after the journal "Climate Research" published a paper not to Mr. Mann's liking, that "This was the danger of always criticising the skeptics for not publishing in the 'peer-reviewed literature'. Obviously, they found a solution to that—take over a journal!"
Mr. Mann went on to suggest that the journal itself be blackballed: "Perhaps we should encourage our colleagues in the climate research community to no longer submit to, or cite papers in, this journal. We would also need to consider what we tell or request of our more reasonable colleagues who currently sit on the editorial board." In other words, keep dissent out of the respected journals. When that fails, redefine what constitutes a respected journal to exclude any that publish inconvenient views.
A more thoughtful response to the emails comes from Mike Hulme, another climate scientist at the University of East Anglia, as reported by a New York Times blogger:
"This event might signal a crack that allows for processes of re-structuring scientific knowledge about climate change. It is possible that some areas of climate science has become sclerotic. It is possible that climate science has become too partisan, too centralized. The tribalism that some of the leaked emails display is something more usually associated with social organization within primitive cultures; it is not attractive when we find it at work inside science."
The response from the defenders of Mr. Mann and his circle has been that even if they did disparage doubters and exclude contrary points of view, theirs is still the best climate science. The proof for this is circular. It's the best, we're told, because it's the most-published and most-cited—in that same peer-reviewed literature. The public has every reason to ask why they felt the need to rig the game if their science is as indisputable as they claim.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748703499404574559630382048494



 
 
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Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 7 2017, 10:23 AM 

Update: ‘Conning the Public’: Scientists Accuse NASA/NOAA of ‘Misleading’, ‘Deception’ & ‘Lying’ About ‘Hottest Year’ Claim – Concede 2014 probably not ‘hottest year’

U.S. Governments Surprise Admission: NASA: We’re only 38% sure we were right (about statistically meaningless ‘hottest year’ claim) - ‘But NASA press release failed to mention this’

http://www.climatedepot.com/2015/01/18/update-feds-conning-the-public-scientists-accuse-nasa-of-misleading-lying-about-hottest-year-claim/

 
 
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Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 8 2017, 5:58 AM 

Its good Trump got elected so we don't have to deal with the fart police.

World's Biggest Fart - The Hippo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSKQ3ZNQ_O8&app=desktop



 
 
Anonymous

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 8 2017, 9:55 AM 

So you are farting freely

 
 
Anonymous

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June 8 2017, 2:17 PM 


 
 
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anthony weiner

June 8 2017, 2:36 PM 


 
 
Stop the beast

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 9 2017, 5:38 PM 


 
 
Stop the beast

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 9 2017, 5:40 PM 


 
 
Anonymous

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June 9 2017, 5:50 PM 


 
 
jaquecusto

Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 9 2017, 6:18 PM 

[linked image]

Earth (ONU) flag
Six internal petals
Six petals intermediaries
Six outer petals

American Flag
Seven red stripes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mRn9chmRAY

 
 
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Re: ALERT: Trump to pull U.S. out of UN Paris Climate Pact – A Victory for Science!

June 11 2017, 1:03 PM 


 
 
 
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