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Ex-NASA science expert blasts global warming theory

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Breitbart London reports:

‘A former NASA scientist has described global warming as “nonsense”, dismissing the theory of man-made climate change as “an unsubstantiated hypothesis” and saying that it is “absolutely stupid” to blame the recent UK floods on human activity.’

Oh dear, Dame Slingo of the MetO won’t like that.

And there’s more…

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10 responses to “Ex-NASA science expert blasts global warming theory

  1. Simon Derricutt April 27, 2014 at 10:56 am

    All we need now is a lot more world-class climate scientists following his lead. Chances of that happening?? I think it will take a few more years before the IPCC have to admit that their models are wrong. They’ll wriggle a lot….

  2. omanuel April 27, 2014 at 11:05 am

    Is there Divine humor in message on humility in The World’s Greatest Joke . . .

    that began in 1945 when frightened world leaders decided to save the world from nuclear annihilation by hiding the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima . . .

    Neutron Repulsion, the source of energy in the core of the Sun that:

    1. Made our elements
    2. Birthed the solar system
    3. Sustained the origin and evolution of life
    4. Controls over every atom, life and world in the solar system today, and
    5. Certainly controls the changing climate on the water-covered planet that orbits one astronautical unit (1 AU) away.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Chapter_2.pdf

  3. p.g.sharrow April 27, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    It appears that the wheels are falling off the wagon. Now it is former government paid scientists. Soon any that want to save their reputations will say they knew it all along. lol pg

  4. omanuel April 27, 2014 at 7:49 pm

    p.g.sharrow

    Did you ever wonder about the energy and the design that combined CO2 with water to produce this: http://www.ba-bamail.com/content_9027/3200_Years_in_One_Photo_-_Incredible.aspx#.U13Oco29Kc0

    REPLY; Yes I have seen these giants in person, awesome! as well as the coastal Big Trees in their multitudes. Baby ones that are larger then giant pines, cedars and firs.

  5. p.g.sharrow April 27, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    When the ALARMISTS have all attention and no contradiction is allowed, they can prevail for a time. But now saner voices are gaining attention. People are questioning these decisions as well as the facts presented. It helps that after 60 years of prophesying great doom, to happen in the near future, nothing has happened. Instead of cold we got heat, then instead of heating we get cold. Now those that have doubted but held their voices due to fear for income or reputation are beginning to speak out. Soon their whispers will become a crescendo as they claim “I knew it all along”. Even the MSM are beginning to note and question projections verses reality.

    Those that are skeptical of AGC or AGW climate changes are ‘Believed” to be well funded and organized or else they could not have prevailed against the well funded and organized Religion of the Enviros. We are, there is a very powerful entity alined against them, one that they can not even believe exists. Pity poor Liberal Progressives, their religion does not allow for GOD. They worship themselves.
    The followers of “Moore” thought that they could ride this Ecoloon Religion onto total control of the world. It is going to provide for their undoing.
    The New Age begins with a “net that covers the world”. The old way was for central control by a self select Elite. The new way is “self organized chaos” SOC. The internet will make SOC workable. SOC is wreaking the AGW mime.
    Central control always results in strangulation by bureaucratic regulation, ALWAYS!
    We no longer need them. SOC will be the new rule order. pg

  6. omanuel April 27, 2014 at 8:21 pm

    Yes, that is the root of the problem: “their religion does not allow for GOD. They worship themselves.”

    But I would not have recognized the problem if I had not followed that same practice myself until 1996!

  7. omanuel April 27, 2014 at 9:03 pm

    Today I am in total awe of my research mentor, who in 1945 as a 28-year old nuclear geochemist took possession of Japan’s atomic bomb plans, and in 1960 designed a research project for me that would reveal the information forbidden from the public after 1945.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2170881.stm

    As a peacenik, I had no interest in nuclear weapons, and had no idea what I would discover in the Sun by following Kuroda’s research plan.

  8. p.g.sharrow April 27, 2014 at 9:36 pm

    OManual; A problem of being a specialist in a bubble is the lack of opportunity to see all of the possible horizons and with them the possible solutions. Those that lust after control always restrict others vision, a need to know thing and you don’t need to know. Unfortunately to find scientific answers you sometimes need to have knowledge of things outside your field. You did have a mentor that tried to push your thoughts outside the “need to know” box. Many are not so fortunate, most not even interested, pity.
    I was born a hard headed skeptic with a burning need to know everything. So I have a map of the entire city of knowledge in my head, every street and storehouse. As a generalist I know where things are arranged and located but not necessarily the contents of every storeroom. Now I rarely step into a place ignorant, just not well informed as to that fields special knowledge. In blog comments I just try to add to others knowledge a different view point or bits of information.

    Your “Iron Sun” is a wonderful addition. I once posited how a hydrogen sun could be created out of a Nebula of material that yielded stony/metal planets as per the standard theory. I got it to work, sort of, but was very dissatisfied. Hell, the entire solar system could not have been put together under the standard theory. Now! a giant ferrous metal ball that super heats from the dance of hydrogen/neutrons and vents a wind of hydrogen plasma and energy! WOW! that works. Cold stony planets and moons with warm ferrous cored gas planets and moons, that works!

    A first generation sun, without planets, could form from a gas nebula. But would be unstable and nova. No satellites to stir the “pot” and relieve the excess energy that would build in the active zone. A series of build, nova, build, nova would take place until the core was small and dense (ferrous metal) enough to be stable, or large enough companions created to add stabilizability.
    A hydrogen only sun just does not work well for very long. pg

  9. omanuel April 28, 2014 at 5:54 am

    Thank you for your kindness. The hero in all this is the 28-year-old nuclear geochemist who had the courage to take possession of Japan’s atomic bomb plans in the hectic, closing days of WWII.

  10. p.g.sharrow April 28, 2014 at 6:29 am

    @omanual; He lite a fire under you! 😉
    Sometimes just one man does make a difference. Hard to tell which one when they are young. You do what you can for them and hope for the best outcome. For whatever reason, several have helped me to take a needed next step. At times just a pat on the back and a little encouragement is all that is needed, at others a kick in the rear works better. pg

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