Garbage in, garbage out: How climate scientists perpetrated their scam
December 12, 2009
By Herman Cain
...when a group of scientists intentionally omit a large amount of data from the development of their models to predict future climate change trends, as pointed out by Dan Calabrese and others, it is not easily detectable without some inside information. That’s what the hacked e-mails provided.
It is also dishonest and unreliable.
I learned early on that with any computer program the principle of “garbage in means garbage out” is always true. When you do not use all of the empirical data to develop your mathematical model it is “garbage in.”
It is outrageous that the head of the United Nations, the head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Obama Administration are all dismissing these revelations as they push onward with their political agenda in the face of scientifically manufactured results.
This is no longer a controversy. This is conclusive. And once again, liberals choose to ignore the facts.
It’s a scam.
Herman cites some important work that is important supplemental reading on this issue. First Dan Sherrier's "Global warming: Most brilliant scam ever":
Global warming is perhaps the most brilliant scam in all of history.
Less ethical scientists who want government subsidies can offer interpretations of data that further a politician’s ability to justify seizing more power. Or, you can invest in “green” companies, knowing that the government will stack the decks for those companies to do well. There’s plenty to gain.
As well as *Jerome Corsi's stellar work on the reality of global cooling, "Global cooling documented in last decade".
The mainstream media is reporting the World Meteorological Organization’s assessment of global average temperatures asserting this decade is “the warmest on record,” without mentioning the WMO data actually documents the United States and Canada experienced cooler-than-average conditions since 2000.
So in a nutshell, you're seeing why environmentalists are called watermellons - green on the outside, but red on the inside (socialists in drag), because this is the kind of scam needed to implement statist control over our lives. This is why our right to choose our own lightbulbs was stripped by the marxists in Congress in 2007.
With all this said, my hunch is still to lean towards Rick Perry for 2012, but Herman Cain's simple common sense approach to everything reminds me of Sarah Palin, and he's giving Rick a run for his money.
And to finish with a side note, there have been some wonderful shining lights of American conservatism emerging during this early campaign season, hasn't there! It has been fun to watch the GOP debates just to see what the candidates will say next. I don't know if I can handle being blown away on a regular basis like this!
*Jerome Corsi has been spearheading the exposure of Barack Hussein Obama's true heritage, as well as making a powerful case that he is an illegal occupant of the White House since he is not a natural born citizen as defined by Minor V. Happersett. Check out his work at World Net Daily.