Monthly Archives: November 2016

NYTimes Tries To Spin President Elect Donald Trump’s View On Global Warming.


This afternoon, I received an email from the  Heartland  Institute saying about what I said in my  yesterday’s posting.    It also  clears up the misinformation put out by the New York Times.   The Heartland email:

Can the media greenwash Trump?

Charles,

President-elect Trump met with the New York Times and the media quickly unleashed an interesting spin.

The “breaking” (fake) news story was that Trump had somehow changed his views on global warming.

This would seem a major flip flop after Trump repeatedly said during the campaign he would withdraw the U.S. from the UN’s Paris climate agreement and vowed to set the U.S. back on a pro-energy course.

CFACT’s friend Joe Bast, head of the Heartland Institute, publicized a more detailed transcript of Trump’s meeting with the Times and, lo and behold, what Trump actually said is right in keeping with his campaign pledges.  

Marc Morano posted a detailed analysis at Climate Depot, picked up today by the Drudge Report, to help clear the record about this exchange. As Marc explains:

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“Climate Change Action” Least Favored Option In UN Poll Of Over 9 Million People.


 President Elect Donald Trump is expected to defund much of the man-made global warming activity because it’s a theory that is generally unsupported by actual measurements. Although you will continue to read that it is happening and it is going to be catastrophic and if he defunds this research, we will leave a dying planet to our children.  Perhaps, but the supporters of this theory do not seem to come up with anything better than computer forecasts of this upcoming doom. 

The media are also going to tell you that everyone but a few skeptics and President Trump want something done now and money is no object.  But do the people here in the US and across the world really feel that way?  Results from polls and studies show that global warming action is hardly the people choice.   Global warming is almost always the people’s last choice.  The UN polled some 9 million plus people from around the globe asking them what they wanted.  What they said was that they wanted; good education, good health care, jobs, honest government, affordable food, clean water and sanitary conditions, etc.  The final item on the list, #17 was “Action taken on climate change.”  That poll result can be seen by clicking here.

“Action taken on climate change” has a lot of champions all of which are financed by that movement.  “Scientists”, governments, NGO’s, and tyrant rulers of nations looking for ‘free” money from the developed nations don’t want the gravy train to come to a halt.   Think of the loss of income for those groups if the money is spent on the real needs of the globe’s people. 

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WikiLeaks Exposes Podesta’s Plot To Damage Scientist Roger Pielke’s Reputation


Roger Pielke, Jr is a professor at Colorado University.  He would probably would call himself a “lukewarmer” a label for those who believe that man has contributed to global warming but not necessarily leading to catastrophic climate in the near future.  He is for a carbon tax which most of we skeptics do not think necessary.

Pielke has said that there is no apparent connection between the rise of atmospheric CO2 and hurricanes, tornados, droughts, or other “weather extremes”’.  The IPCC ( the bible of the catastrophic global warming crowd) has said the same thing—although the warmers don’t like to spread that around.  Pielke has said that the increased cost of weather damage is the result of escalating cost of buildings, houses and the like and the increase of people siting facilities on the coastlines.  Insurance organizations have finally come to that same realization.  So why is it that he has been the subject of scurrilous attacks by people paid to do so by John Podesta’s Center for American Progress (CAP)?    Because he was publishing on sites where people were reading what he said.  He also has testified at Congressional hearings where he discussed his points about “extreme weather”.   Pielke was so severely attacked, including being investigated by a member of Congress, he quit doing his studies about climate. 

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President-Elect Donald Trump–Part 1 US Out Of The Paris Agreement


 

The election of Donald Trump has the environmental industry in a panic.  The money and the  one or two  trips each year to exotic places all funded by the US and others, could be severely curtailed.   The scientist, ever eager to produce study results that indicts man—the only way to get study money—, may no longer  be able to afford their lifestyle if the Government slush funds dry up.  And the forecasts of doom in the far-off future proudly produced by some computer, could be ignored and there goes the forecasters claim to fame. 

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GRADUTION SPEECH EVERYONE SHOULD HEAR


GRADUATION SPEECH THAT EVERY UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE STUDENT SHOULD HEAR.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In light of recent events – a possible United States climate change action plan


I am reblogging this posting from WattsUpWithThat titled “In light of recent events-a Possible United States Climate Change Action Plan” by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley. In a recent posting, I said that if Hillary Clinton was to become the President of the US, there would be no way to stop the misguided catastrophic global warming theory. Monckton has provided a 1O step plan to stop these wasteful expenditures that can be enacted by Donald Trump, who was elected to become the US’s next President.
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Watts Up With That?

Last night, there was this tweet:

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The fellow works for Buzzfeed, and highly liberal and pro-climate outfit. It was quite an admission. Since existing climate plans are almost certain to be on the scrap heap now, here’s a new plan from Christopher Monckton. I agree with most of it, except item 7 “Abolition of the Environmental Protection Agency”. That’s not really practical. Before “climate change” became the universal boogeyman for any enviro-ailment, real or imagined, the EPA actually did useful work in dealing with real, tangible, pollution issues. We have cleaner air, cleaner lakes, and cleaner waterways today because of that. So rather than abolish it, which would allow resurgence of those problems by the unscrupulous, I think a significant curtailment, plus a revocation of their powers of enforcement – putting enforcement in the hands of law, is a better choice.. – Anthony


Guest opinion by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley

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Hillary Clinton Will Not Stop The UN Acting On The Bogus Theory Of Catastrophic Global Warming


 

We need to stop the UN and their IPCC from carrying out the Paris Accord.  The pact maybe unenforceable but a lot of damage will be done to the US economy and the rest of the world’s economy in its name.    The Chinese are lobbying against Donald Trump—where are those voices that say the Russians should not be poking their nose into the Presidential election.  Why are the Chinese lobbying?  Because they say we need to reduce our CO2 emissions.  This is the nation that President Obama negotiated a pact with where we reduce our emissions but the Chinese do not have to do that until 2030.  During which time we will be putting the brakes on our economy while they are rapidly expanding theirs.  If Trump ever had a target pact that the US  has been badly out foxed, this is it.    It will not be changed if, tomorrow Hilliary Clinton wins the Presidency, nor will the bad deal we got from the Paris Accord. 

Oh yes,  the Chinese CO2 emissions are already the largest in the world at about twice ours.  When 2030 arrives the Chinese emissions should be three times those of the US.

UPDATE   From Watts  UP With That is a posting that elaborates my point about China and their plans for coal burning.  Read this   “China Announces a Massive 20% Increase in Coal – by 2020”.

 

Read the NBC News posting  “Prospect of President Trump Casts Clouds Over COP22 Climate Conference”

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