Climate Change Religion Suppressing Science

by Ryan on July 6, 2009

in Economy,Media Bias,Nature,Politics

You’ve probably already heard about this story from last week regarding EPA analyst Alan Carlin’s 98-page study on global warming and carbon dioxide.  It’s definitely worth noting.  The EPA didn’t like the findings and tried to suppress Carlin’s key finding:  that while levels of CO2 may have increased in recent years, global temperatures have gone down.  Oops! 

In short:  from this study’s peer-reviewed data it doesn’t look like CO2 is a greenhouse gas strong enough to effect global warming.  Uh-oh!

To the point: it’s about as heretical as one could possibly get to the Global Warming, Climate Change religion, and would completely destroy the need for cap-and-trade legislation.  Ah ha! 

Now we get to the heart of the matter.  Saying in an email to Carlin about suppressing his data:  “The administrator and the administration has decided to move forward on endangerment, and your comments do not help the legal or policy case for this decision.”  So it’s not science the EPA is concerned about, it’s policy issues which would benefit the EPA greatly.  Interesting.

While to open-minded folks on this issue, the global warming hoax is well-known.  Power, money and influence are usually at the heart of any attempt to misinform people on a large scale.  It’s fascinating how the same people married to and avid followers of some science are willing to deny and suppress other science that gets in the way.  Liberal Paul Krugman even commented that climate “deniers” be charged with treason!  Wouldn’t Algore’s minions like that!  Fundamentally, science should not be political; it’s just numbers and data.  Try telling that to the EPA and they’ll shut you up.

Ultimately, they’re getting more and more desperate, but by being intellectually dishonest, they deserve all the stress and desperation they are now feeling as more and more people join the global warming climate change skeptic camp.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Chris G July 7, 2009 at 1:31 pm

Alan Carlin’s argument against AGW is fundamentally flawed. Details here


Ryan July 7, 2009 at 3:11 pm

Carlin is also a physicist who had been working with the EPA for over a decade. Perhaps all the other positions taken by the EPA since Bill Clinton was President where Carlin chimed in as an analyst need to be under just as much scrutiny? Because I remember that most of that time the EPA was slopping up all that man-made global warming bilge.

The above link helps drive home the point in the post–your side is getting scared when actually put under scrutiny.


john August 21, 2009 at 9:15 pm

If they believe in climate change they should pay carb0n tax with their money becaus ethat is their releigion and they believe in it. This attempt to proselyte the whole world into accepting the unprovable climate change hoax is unacceptable.
Earth is geting cooler and that alone should convince everyone to drop this global warming /climate change nonsense.


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