Greenpeace, Global Warming and the State of "Science" Today

We're told that the science clearly dictates that humans and our industrious nature are clearly the cause of global warming, except there's two problems with this dictum; 1), the science is anything but settled and 2), there seems to be so much margin of error in the data used to prove that humans are the cause of warming as to make it almost entirely useless.

Yes, we are absolutely killing the planet with the incredible amount of pollutants that we produce and we desperately need to rectify our trashy ways. I don't think there's any arguing with that, but it is another matter entirely to link human activities to a global rise in temperature. While i think it is certainly possible that human activity may be causing a warming trend, the data that "scientists" are using to prove this out seems to be utterly unreliable and heavily manipulated at best and completely fabricated at worst.

Remember when the Climategate scandal hit the interwebs in 2009? Climategate was a huge leak of internal data, software source code and emails from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU). I downloaded that dump and examined some of the data myself. The leak was a major embarrassment to the CRU, one of the premiere research institutions regarding climate science. Among the data was an email in which the director of the CRU was "disappointed" with the temperature data because it indicated that the temperature had been declining for the last 15 years or so as i recall. There were many more bits of information in that leak that brought the whole man-made-global-warming hypothesis into serious question and a lot of scientists became upset when they learned that the data they had been relying on was in error.

Science these days is bought and paid for. Richard Horten, editor in chief of the prestigious Lancet medical journal, had this to say:

The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness.

Simply put, if you, as a scientist, fail to produce the results a vested interest expects and provides funding for, do you think you'll ever get funding from them again? And science is all about funding.

I haven't researched the deepest depths of the human-warming climate question, but James Corbett of The Corbett Report has dug quite deeply into many aspects of this question over the years and i highly suggest watching some of the many videos James has produced regarding the subject. Here's a short introductory video, 10 Climate Myths Debunked (in 60 seconds!):

What prompted me to write this was a couple of articles from Breitbart, Greenpeace Founder: Climate Change Hoax Is Completely Made-Up Issue and Greenpeace Founder: Global Warming Hoax Pushed by Corrupt Scientists. Patrick Moore, B.Sc., Ph.D., a co-founder and former president of Greenpeace, had this to say as quoted from the first article:

As time went on, I watched as Greenpeace evolved, basically hijacked by the extreme left. We were pretty centrist when we started. We were basing our positions on science and logic, as I saw it, and I’ve been a scientist all my life; that’s my orientation — not to make up stories and not to exaggerate unnecessarily. And I found that Greenpeace was just going off into this sensationalism and misinformation, and using fear to get people to send them money...

[...] [They] invent ever-more far-fetched problems that in the end don’t really exist. The climate change issue is a completely made-up issue. Of course, the climate has been changing ever since the Earth was born; and, of course, it’s still changing now. It hasn’t really changed very much. People don’t even realize that 20,000 years ago there was a mile of ice on top of New York City and three miles of ice on top of Montreal. That change from then until now is substantial, but the little bit of temperature change that has occurred in the last couple of hundred years on the planet Earth is nothing compared to the changes that have occurred in the past over time. It is completely exaggerated, and it being used to scare people. [...]

Our addition of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere is fertilizing all of the plant life on Earth, including all the forests and all the food crops on Earth, and we have something like a 30-percent average increase in the growth of plants over the last 50 years because of the CO2 that we’ve put in the atmosphere. CO2 is the primary food for life, and along with water, H2O and CO2, plants make sugar, mainly glucose, which is a carbohydrate, which is the basis for all the energy for all of life, beginning with photosynthesis.

If people just understood that basic fact, and the fact that CO2 is now lower than it has been virtually in the history of the Earth — because life has taken it out and deposited it in sediments, called fossil fuels, and carbonaceous rocks like limestone and marble and chalk, all of which contain carbon that used to be in the atmosphere or dissolved in the ocean where they were absorbed by living creatures to make themselves.

In the second article Dr. Moore says the following:

Scientists are co-opted and corrupted by politicians and bureaucracies invested in advancing the narrative of "climate change" in order to further centralize political power and control.

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And so you’ve got the green movement creating stories that instill fear in the public. You’ve got the media echo chamber — fake news — repeating it over and over and over again to everybody that they’re killing their children. And then you’ve got the green politicians who are buying scientists with government money to produce fear for them in the form of scientific-looking materials. And then you’ve got the green businesses, the rent-seekers, and the crony capitalists who are taking advantage of massive subsidies, huge tax write-offs, and government mandates requiring their technologies to make a fortune on this. And then, of course, you’ve got the scientists who are willingly, they’re basically hooked on government grants.
When they talk about the 99 percent consensus [among scientists] on climate change, that’s a completely ridiculous and false number. But most of the scientists — put it in quotes, scientists — who are pushing this catastrophic theory are getting paid by public money, ...

The fact that much of the science of today is junk science is something i am well aware of. It is a fact which became all too apparent during my research into pharmaceutical companies and vaccines. Regarding vaccines, "the science is settled" we are repeatedly told, however this is completely untrue. The same is true regarding man-made global warming. Science is never settled, it is an ongoing process of discovery and we haven't been here very long. We are still a 'type 0' civilization according to science, bumbling around in our diapers still trying to figure out the most basic of things.

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RT: Google executives called Trump voters 'extremists' & vowed to fight populism (video)

A disturbing hour long video which captured a mass meeting of Google employees and leadership after the 2016 presidential election was apparently recently leaked to Breitbart and then removed from the original post. The video can be found in the RT post, Google executives called Trump voters 'extremists' & vowed to fight populism.

Regardless of ones political preference, or the absence thereof in my case, the video is very disturbing in that it clearly demonstrates the desire of Google's leadership to push their political views upon the rest of the company's employees with the obvious goal of influencing employees to think a certain way while maintaining and developing Google's various platforms. This apparently unprecedented meeting as far as the number of employees reached, appears to have been broadcast internationally to all of Google's offices within 24 hours after the 2016 election and was, in essence, a giant Google ultra-left wing hug-box event which even included having the employees turn and hug their fellow coworkers. That this kind of meeting took place is perhaps understandable, but the scope of the meeting, and the left-leaning political agenda that flavored it with the clear intention of influencing how Google should work for its users, is incredibly offensive.

Following are some highlights of the meeting:

  • (00:00:00 – 00:01:12) Google co-founder Sergey Brin states that the weekly meeting is “probably not the most joyous we’ve had and that “most people here are pretty upset and pretty sad.
  • (00:00:24) Brin contrasts the disappointment of Trump’s election with his excitement at the legalization of cannabis in California, triggering laughs and applause from the audience of Google employees.
  • (00:01:12) Returning to seriousness, Brin says he is “deeply offen[ded] by the election of Trump, and that the election “conflicts with many of [Google’s] values.
  • (00:09:10) Trying to explain the motivations of Trump supporters, Senior VP for Global Affairs, Kent Walker concludes: “fear, not just in the United States, but around the world is fueling concerns, xenophobia, hatred, and a desire for answers that may or may not be there.
  • (00:09:35) Walker goes on to describe the Trump phenomenon as a sign of “tribalism that’s self-destructive [in] the long-term.
  • (00:09:55) Striking an optimistic tone, Walker assures Google employees that despite the election, “history is on our side and that the “moral arc of history bends towards progress.
  • (00:10:45) Walker approvingly quotes former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s comparison between “the world of the wall with its “isolation and defensiveness and the “world of the square, the piazza, the marketplace, where people come together into a community and enrich each other’s lives.
  • (00:13:10) CFO Ruth Porat appears to break down in tears when discussing the election result.
  • (00:15:20) Porat promises that Google will “use the great strength and resources and reach we have to continue to advance really important values.
  • (00:16:50) Stating “we all need a hug, she then instructs the audience of Google employees to hug the person closest to them.
  • (00:20:24) Eileen Noughton, VP of People Operations, promises that Google’s policy team in DC is “all over the immigration issue and that the company will “keep a close watch on it.
  • (00:21:26) Noughton jokes about Google employees asking, ‘Can I move to Canada?’ after the election. She goes on to seriously discuss the options available to Google employees who wish to leave the country.
  • (00:23:12) Noughton does acknowledge “diversity of opinion and political persuasion and notes that she has heard from conservative Google employees who say they “haven’t felt entirely comfortable revealing who [they] are. and urged “tolerance. (Several months later, the company would fire James Damore allegedly for disagreeing with progressive narratives.)
  • (00:27:00) Responding to a question about “filter bubbles, Sundar Pichai promises to work towards “correcting Google’s role in them
  • (00:27:30) Sergey Brin praises an audience member’s suggestion of increasing matched Google employee donations to progressive groups.
  • (00:34:40) Brin compares Trump voters to “extremists, arguing for a correlation between the economic background of Trump supporters and the kinds of voters who back extremist movements. Brin says that “voting is not a rational act and that not all of Trump’s support can be attributed to “income disparity. He suggests that Trump voters might have been motivated by boredom rather than legitimate concerns.
  • (00:49:10) An employee asks if Google is willing to “invest in grassroots, hyper-local efforts to bring tools and services and understanding of Google products and knowledge so that people can “make informed decisions that are best for themselves. Pichai’s response: Google will ensure its “educational products reach “segments of the population [they] are not [currently] fully reaching.
  • (00:54:33) An employee asks what Google is going to do about “misinformation and “fake news shared by “low-information voters. Pichai responds by stating that “investments in machine learning and AI are a “big opportunity to fix the problem.
  • (00:56:12) Responding to an audience member, Walker says Google must ensure the rise of populism doesn’t turn into “a world war or something catastrophic … and instead is a blip, a hiccup.
  • (00:58:22) Brin compares Trump voters to supporters of fascism and communism, linking the former movement to “boredom, which Brin previously linked to Trump voters. “It sort of sneaks up sometimes, really bad things says Brin.
  • (01:01:15) A Google employee states: “speaking to white men, there’s an opportunity for you right now to understand your privilege and urges employees to “go through the bias-busting training, read about privilege, read about the real history of oppression in our country. He urges employees to “discuss the issues you are passionate about during Thanksgiving dinner and don’t back down and laugh it off when you hear the voice of oppression speak through metaphors. Every executive on stage – the CEO, CFO, two VPs and the two Co-founders – applaud the employee.
  • (01:01:57) An audience member asks if the executives see “anything positive from this election result. The audience of Google employees, and the executives on stage, burst into laughter. “Boy, that’s a really tough one right now says Brin.

Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust - Misc. Resources

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101 Reasons: Liberty Lives in New Hampshire

This is a documentary film about the New Hampshire Free State Project.

This is a really cool documentary about the New Hampshire Free State Project which is largely about restoring personal liberty and limited government in the New England "live free or die" state. The basic goal of the Free State Project is to convince 20,000 liberty lovers to move to New Hampshire in order to have a greater impact in its government.

From the film description:

"101 Reasons: Liberty Lives in New Hampshire" is a documentary adaptation of the Free State Project's list of 101 Reasons to Move to New Hampshire, which was written in 2002 by Michele Dumas.

The FSP is an effort to move 20,000 liberty-minded people to a low populated state that has an existing pro-freedom culture. In 2003, participants of the FSP voted for the "Live Free or Die" state, New Hampshire, as its destination.

For over 12 years the 101 Reasons list has helped inspire thousands of activists and entrepreneurs to sign up for the FSP and continue New Hampshire's reputation as a beacon for liberty.

To view the Statement of Intent of the Free State Project, visit https://www.fsp.org/nh/.