If All You See…

…is horrible carbon pollution caused rain, you might just be a Warmist

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19 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. Mangoldielocks says:

    Ex-Obama WH counsel charged over alleged false statements linked to Ukraine work

    And so it begins.

  2. JGlanton says:

    At first I thought it was laundry day, but when I checked into that I found that every day pretty much looks like laundry day for Yuriko Shiratori.
    They told us that drought was the new normal. Then they told us that more rain was a sign of climate change. So confusing, so Yuriko just stays indoors:


  3. JGlanton says:

    Dr. Tim Ball tells us who he thinks is the “Person who Set the Stage for Entire Deception of Human-Caused Global Warming (AGW) – Stephen Schneider”

    “He more than any other person created and drove the biggest deception in history; intellectualized most perversely the concept of uncertainty into certainty and provided the method for converting inadequate and incorrect evidence into a form powerful enough to be the basis of world-changing philosophy and policy.”


  4. Kye says:

    They’re all liars in the “climate” business. I’m just surprised there are so many weak minded individuals unable to think outside the box and see the blatant deception of these charlatans. I realize how they did it though. They married climate confusion with political ideology mixed liberally with histrionic fear and voila, AGW as an industry and a religion.

    • Professor Hale says:

      There is a normal way for people to get information. That way includes listening to public school teachers, politicians, and news media. It is entirely forgivable that people believe those sources when they are told the same story over and over again. No one has the energy or resources to track down every fact themselves and conduct their own experiments to verify every claim. At some point, everyone trusts someone else for truthful information. This is why snake oil has always been profitable. Just look at how profitable the dietary supplements industry is without a shred of evidence that any of their products do what they claim. it’s not just for the weak minded and the advocates hoping to profit. Being misled is a normal part of life for most of the people on the planet throughout human history.

      Where AGW starts to fall apart isn’t that “our” media narrative is beating “their” media narrative. It falls apart because the normal sources of information are telling everyone that DOOOM is just around the corner but people just aren’t seeing it. The air is cleaner than ever before (in America). The Water is cleaner than ever before (in America). The Endangered species are less endangered than ever before (in America). When people look around with their own eyes, they just aren’t seeing anything that looks like DOOOM. Older people understand that hurricanes and tornadoes happen every year. High school kids are easily frightened. College kids are easily misled. But eventually, they grow up and get distracted by real life and don’t have time for political activism any more.

      When you look at political polls that ask “how important is AGW” in comparison to other issues, it normally ranks below 20th. That is an indicator that AGW has the same level of credibility as Evolution. You may believe it or not believe it, but it ultimately has no impact on real life so it doesn’t matter if you are right or not. Only the activists NEED people to get on board so they get paid.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:


        Paragraph 1 is informative.

        Yet, with paragraph 2 you promote your own misinformation (albeit to point out why humans are not as concerned about climate change as is warranted).

        That the air and water are cleaner now (thanks to environmental regs), that many species are protected (although not as well as you think), is irrelevant to the debate. People now also see immigration woes, tornadoes, floods, blizzards and more, and are now linking these to global warming.

        Paragraph 3 is pure cynicism. One does not believe evolution or not, either they accept the evidence or they do not. The only practical outcome of understanding evolution is that the concept contradicts many religious texts. So why is global warming such a lightning rod and evolution not so much? Because corporations and their minions make trillions of dollars pumping CO2 into the atmosphere. Because workers get to work in gas-fueled vehicles. Scientific theories such as evolution, relativity and gravity have fewer price tags attached.

        • Professor Hale says:

          I wasn’t talking to you and have no interest in anything you have to say on any topic. Still.

        • formwiz says:

          People now also see immigration woes, tornadoes, floods, blizzards and more, and are now linking these to global warming.

          They are? Whoda thunk?

          and how is people trying to get into the US to sponge off tha american taxpayer linked to glabal bull.

        • david7134 says:

          You have been committing here for several years. In that entire time you have never, ever provided evidence that humans are responsible for climate change. You have never suggested a method of handling your climate change fantasy other than terrible taxes and destruction of western economies and global communistic government despite the fact that China and India are far greater polluters.

          • david7134 says:

            Now that the Russian hoax has been shown, why don’t you take the time to reflect on some of the other hoaxes that we are exposed to, such as the climate hoax.

    • formwiz says:

      Most people see it. This thing has been going nowhere for 40 years.

      the weak minded individuals are ones who think socialism will work if we all clap our hands and believe in fairies.

  5. Mangoldielocks says:

    “The country is now unable to provide either the necessary humanitarian relief for desperate migrants or even basic controls on the number and nature of who is entering the United States.”
    — The New York Times

    • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

      You cannot make this shit up, folks.

      On Wednesday night, Greg’s attorneys told the Associated Press that the “government’s stubborn insistence on prosecuting Mr. Craig is a misguided abuse of prosecutorial discretion.”

      Bwahahaha! https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

  6. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    She actually chairs the House Financial Services Committee.



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