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Climate Change – Fact, Fiction or Fraud?

August 13th, 2010

AlexFate

Yet more Climate Change data is called into question as the NOAA-16 satellite seems to have been providing false temperature information.

We’ve all heard of Climate skeptics. Those who dare question that “our planet needs saving”. They claim that data has been manipulated and selected specifically to enforce a NWO agenda and I have to say I agree with them. Now it seems that whilst government’s plans taxes to conquer nature (with a deep sense of irony) it seems that their data is not the only thing that needs fixing.

‘Climate Gate’ showed us that many scientists are under great pressure to ‘conform’ with their data and more alarmingly showed how those who disagreed were not only ignored, they were silenced.

World-renowned Canadian climatologist, Dr. Timothy Ball, after casting his expert eye over the shocking findings concluded, “At best the entire incident indicates gross incompetence, at worst it indicates a deliberate attempt to create a temperature record that suits the political message of the day.”

For me this not only represents how the media and politicians present information to us but it also highlights a topic that I have written about on many occasions. That we are living in a age based upon ‘Newtonian Values’. By this I refer to our desire and faith in ‘the fact’ 2+2=4 as somebody recently argued to me. It fascinates me how after concepts like chaos theory and other scientific advances people still long for the perceived security that is hidden within ‘the fact’. Everything in essence is subjective [including this statement of fact – lol – which is why I included the word essence and we should remember there are other valid theories which may alter/contradict this thinking] yet in order to live we prefer to consider simple alternatives.

A better term of phrase for what we have would be ‘subjective evidence’. Unfortunately those who would control us turn this in ‘emotive facts’ – and we as people can feel reassured by this information. ‘Facts’ help establish our understanding of the world in which we live. But as this article shows the ‘facts’ are really no more important than the trust we place in them. In this case people would have cited the data as ‘factual evidence’ (double speak if ever there was any) and upon that, beliefs would have been born.

So question the information you are given - including my words – question and challenge it. But also be prepared to find evidence which is sometimes hard to swallow…

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