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Bloviating Zeppelin: UK: No Climate Warming Since 1995

Bloviating Zeppelin

(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

UK: No Climate Warming Since 1995


Predominantly the UK media tends to swing not simply Left, but frequent hard aport.

And yet, if you truly wish to be informed on so-called AGW (what the Religious Left call Anthropogenic Global Warming -- "man-made") you won't find the truth in American publications. You have to -- as I did -- trot through the cloud and across the water to various British sites.

From the UKMailOnline:

Climategate U-turn as scientist at centre of row admits: There has been no global warming since 1995

  • Data for vital 'hockey stick graph' has gone missing
  • There has been no global warming since 1995
  • Warming periods have happened before - but NOT due to man-made changes
Cooler heads (sorry, couldn't resist) such as myself and the bulk of my readers know that AGW was and is nothing more than a Power & Money Grab, plain and simple, a concept purchased by the Religious Left and others whose emotions and belief systems overwhelm the presence of reality and facts.

Many purchasers, I submit, are not inherently evil on their face; they primarily consist of the young, the soft-headed who are ruled by emotions, and those with Historical Alzheimers. Dennis Quaid's "The Day After Tomorrow" is their favorite movie. Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" is their bible. [If you'd care to actually open your mind, read Iain Murray's The Really Inconvenient Truths: The Seven Environmental Catastrophes Liberals Don't Want You To Know About - Because They Helped Cause Them.]

Back in December of 2009 the Obama administration, via the EPA, already warned Congress that if it doesn't move to regulate greenhouse gases, the Environmental Protection Agency will take a "command-and-control" role over the process "in way that could hurt business."

His AGW agenda couldn't possibly be trumpeted any louder than that. "I will force you to my will," he says. "I will make you suffer pain."

The EPA, resultingly, already declared C02 a "dangerous pollutant." Yes, that C02: the gas you exhale. That which is required to sustain every plant on the planet. Yes; that C02.

The time is now to refuse to submit to the Religious Left. Their belief systems are fallacious. Their purpose is to enact Socialist agendas, to make you even more dependent upon government and, moreover, to open your wallet and suction every spare dollar you have. To remake our American society. To siphon power, to redistribute whatever wealth you have managed to accrue.

AGW is dead. Time to stick a fork in it.

BZ

15 Comments:

Blogger A Jacksonian said...

Yup! No warming, arctic ice back where it was after jet stream patterns shifted it a bit, ocean temps heading downward as seen via the ARGO buoy system, oversampling of urban heat-island weather stations, and minor things like discovering the ocean was 1m higher 81,000 years ago and carbon dioxide levels were the same or lower than today.

Throw in the problems with the CRU, GISS, NOAA, and tree-ring sampling data and you got yourself a grand Charlie-Foxtrot going on in the climatology business. And Phil Jones comes out and says that Global Warming ate his data.

A scientist who can't keep track of his OWN data has ZERO credibility.

Mon Feb 15, 06:48:00 PM PST  
Blogger peedee said...

While I do agree its a lot of hype this whole global warming thing....I dont think it would hurt to treat our planet a little better.

Mon Feb 15, 07:38:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

PD: I don't disagree. But we don't need to dismantle the entire nation to do so, and jeopardize our entire economy and our place in the list of world powers. The Religious Left have no concept of common sense, logic, rationality and proportion.

BZ

Mon Feb 15, 08:26:00 PM PST  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Zing!

Of course, we're not hearing about this on the evening news here in America. We should be!

Tue Feb 16, 04:30:00 AM PST  
Blogger Bushwack said...

Recycling is SMART business, Not throwing lit cigars out the window of a moving car in a dry forest is also SMART... Treating our planet better is a smart idea, treating our planet like it's a disaster and needs money to save it is NOT SMART. Our elected libturds have pretty much created a large hole the atmosphere of tax payer money and it's used to punish us, help a cause that doesn't need helping..

Tue Feb 16, 08:47:00 AM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Bushwack: and that's an excellent point; people don't mind recycling and being more conscious of what we do and how we do it. Included in that equation, I believe, is a need to transition from major fossil fuel dependence to other forms, if for no other reason than to divest ourselves of those who would use our dependence against us when and where they wish.

What IS missing in climate considerations is precisely what I mentioned earlier: rationality, common sense, logic, proportion.

BZ

Tue Feb 16, 09:52:00 AM PST  
Blogger dmurray said...

Not so fast, Mr. Gore and those you represent. Where are the hearings before Congress? Certainly someone has lied to Congress about these things. Inquests? Inquiries? Interrogatories? Investigations?

Never mind the abuse of the authority, betrayal of the public trust, where is the money?

Money, taxpayer dollars obtained by fraud that should be recovered by Federal authority in a civil action and prosecuted in criminal complaints.

Buy stock in sneakers because the race to the U.S. Attorney's office should be an Olympic event.

Tue Feb 16, 10:15:00 AM PST  
Blogger Jenn of the Jungle said...

If Gore were a real man, he'd return his prize. But we all know that won't happen.

Tue Feb 16, 10:49:00 AM PST  
Blogger TexasFred said...

12 inches of snow in Dallas Texas last week...

GloBull warming? I have been cold for several days...

And for what it's worth, the last 2 summers have been relatively mild here, barely broke 100° most of the time, and for North Texas, that's a NICE summer...

Tue Feb 16, 01:14:00 PM PST  
Blogger peedee said...

I do have so much to learn BZ. Reading this info and your other readers comments does educate me oh so much! Thanks all.

Tue Feb 16, 01:21:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

DM: hearings?? Hey, now THERE'S a point! Excellent! Oh wait, that's right, those are crickets I'm hearing with the rush to accomplish that -- NOT.

Jenn: Al will return it when Barry happens to return HIS -- N.G.H.

TF: the wonderful thing about being part of the Religious Left is that if it's HOT it's AGW and if it's COLD it's AGW. How fabulous is that? They get to have it BOTH ways!

PD: I really would HIGHly recommend the Iain Murray book -- a very nice read.

BZ

Tue Feb 16, 03:34:00 PM PST  
Blogger Ron Russell said...

I noticed the big chill these last 15 years nothing new for me, but then I did omit one fact from my observation--I moved from central FL north to Mississippi, but that doesn't count. Changing the numbers and locations of temperture measurements is fine if you have a point to make. And then I also knew it was warmer in the middle ages---nope I wasn't there, but it would explain the muslim advances from north Africa into southern Europe. Heck the heat was getting to them and they simply decided to move north!

Tue Feb 16, 05:42:00 PM PST  
OpenID bd said...

hats another Fox News lie. Get the truth. Warning, you may have to read:

[b]Thank you for the truth MediaMatters.org:[/b]
http://mediamatters.org/research/201002160014

[b]Fox's War on Global Warming continues.
[/b]
Yesterday, both Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity featured segments on their Fox shows jumping on the climate-change denialists' latest fake controversy: the bogus claim that climate scientist Phil Jones' interview with the BBC somehow included admissions that global warming isn't real.

Beck's teaser called it "the biggest scam of the generation," and wondered: "Anybody seen Al Gore?"

Tue Feb 16, 06:13:00 PM PST  
Blogger Mrs. Bunker said...

So wait. Now Chicago's NOT turning into a tropical paradise? I feel cheated.

Tue Feb 16, 06:16:00 PM PST  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

Smart recycling is good, but when it the energy and costs to recycle go beyond what is available elsewhere, then recycling is not smart. Certain classes of paper have been hit with a glut, so that the cost to pick up paper, get it to a mill, remove the ink, re-pulp it and then create new paper is above that of new production. Glass is always a savings, so long as it isn't mixed glass, which requires removal and processing to remove impurities. Thus savings in recycling must count the entire cycle, not just the sending it back part. Not littering is a great boon to us all and shows responsible stewardship of our common lands.

Those are not all the same issue and even within a given category there are differences and changes in market that need to be addressed. There is money to be made in reducing effluent, co-generation and co-use systems when they can be designed from the start to do so or easily retrofitted into the system. Such things as algal based oil generation are good, and are a fine way to re-capture some lost heat at some industrial plants and generating stations. I doubt we have enough of those to actually deal with our fuel needs, however, as they still require industrial waste heat to start with and you never get all that energy back no matter what you do. This is why One Size Fits All laws can have bad consequences: they fit none well. And once cost savings and even revenue are demonstrated from such systems, if the law went away does anyone believe that we would see a reversion to costlier, less efficient systems? For garbage, perhaps, although automation is already playing a large role there for separation of garbage into metals, glass, paper, plastic and biologicals... so if that is cheaper to run then separate waste streams on collection, would you still want separate and more costly pick-up systems when one can do it all?

The proposition that carbon dioxide, nitrogen compounds and other forms of gaseous waste effect the climate more than the environment is one that can be proposed, but other aerosols that tend to reduce sunlight must also be included. Regulation without gauging impact to industry and probability of benefit means that you don't care about the cost and what the benefit actually is. That is not an unknown part of economics, yet I have never seen any AGW supporter do a proper cost/benefit analysis based on economic factors because those all have ranges and percentages, plus best and worst case scenarios with and without changes... a 1% loss of productivity sounds small, but compounded year on year and you get a huge net loss of capacity which directly impacts the economy, living standards and even such things as research for newer methods of power generation.

That, too, is a system.

Mother Earth has killed over 95% of all species over time. Don't antrthropomorphize her... you really don't want the mother with the bloody meatcleaver as your image.

Fri Feb 19, 09:33:00 AM PST  

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