I Can’t Tell if the Sky is Falling, but Probably Not

Science is based upon honesty and transparency. Or, it should be.

Famous climatologist Michael Mann just won’t hand over his data. It’s almost as if he’s something to hide: Principia Scientific.org

Penn State climate scientist, Michael ‘hockey stick’ Mann commits contempt of court in the ‘climate science trial of the century.’ Prominent alarmist shockingly defies judge and refuses to surrender data for open court examination. Only possible outcome: Mann’s humiliation, defeat and likely criminal investigation in the U.S. 

The nasty little secret in climate science might be that there are some people who have deliberately used the fear of Man Made Global Warming to convince governments and non-governmental agencies to fund grants. Image result for sky is falling

If Chicken Little made a career out of “Sky is Falling” studies, grants and fellowship, while simultaneously knowing all along it was just an acorn which fell from an oak, why that would be fraud. Fraud on a massive scale.

As can be seen from the graphs below; Mann’s cherry-picked version of science makes the Medieval Warm Period (MWP) disappear and shows a pronounced upward ‘tick’ in the late 20th century (the blade of his ‘hockey stick’). But below that, [Tim] Ball’s graph, using more reliable and widely available public data, shows a much warmer MWP, with temperatures hotter than today, and showing current temperatures well within natural variation.

I’m not a science person. I just simply don’t trust scientists who won’t practice transparency. 

A quick prediction: One day, surrounded by the proof of this fraud, the only reasonable defense for a climate scientist will be to state clearly that they too were duped. 

Oh, I could be wrong. As far as I’m concerned, nothing is settled yet.

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11 Responses to I Can’t Tell if the Sky is Falling, but Probably Not

  1. Pablo says:

    Principa Scientific has crashed. Here’s a copy: https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2017/07/06/breaking-fatal-courtroom-act-ruins-michael-hockey-stick-mann/

    I had no idea Mann had a suit go9ing in Canada, only that his DC Circuit suit has been dragging on for years. The trouble with libel suits is that you have to prove the claims are false. Mann can’t, and hopefully his lawfare will get very expensive for him.

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  2. JorgXMcKie says:

    I’ve worked with factor analysis and multi-variate auto-regressive integrated moving average time series analysis off and on for over 25 years. The only way I know to get a graph like the hockey stick is to overweight one [or possibly a couple] of the variables or factors by a whole lot. I’d bet at long odds that’s what his data shows.

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  3. Rain says:

    Oh it is way worse than just using fear to manipulate money to be wasted on so-called research. Raw data has been manipulated to further political ends rather than scientific ones. Manipulating and cherry-picking data to arrive at a predetermined result and ignoring any and all evidence to the contrary. Using “peer reviewed” like a sacred invocation that disallowed any criticism of these so-called scientific studies that were published, when all it really means is anything that did not push the catastrophic man-caused climate change narrative wasn’t published in most so-called serious science journals. Any scientists who didn’t push the narrative and had the nerve to question it and publish outside of so-called serious science journals have been in continue to be personally attacked and have had their careers derailed simply for questioning the global warming narrative, for challenging the foregone conclusions reached by the questionable research presented.

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  4. I keep seeing new, groundbreaking discoveries into things like the effects of the sun, and ocean absorption of gasses. Why is the science settled, when the factors affecting climate are not really uncovered? And those we know about are not well understood?


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