from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
And this time they’re serious!
The Climate Change hoaxers seem to have the pedal to the metal, as “11,000 scientists warn of ‘untold suffering’ caused by climate change.”
CNN asks, very sincerely: “How many scientists does it take to convince the world to take climate change seriously?”
In my view, a lot more 11,000 scientists/researchers/activists. We are just supposed believe them and follow them blindly, and without question, down the road to the destruction of our way of life, as they claim climate change is caused by the “excessive consumption of the wealthy lifestyle.”
Yet we’re not allowed to believe the well over 30,000 scientists, researchers and skeptics who signed a petition affirming that “if there is a consensus among American scientists, it is in opposition to the human-caused global warming hypothesis rather than in favor of it.”
In fact, the massive petition stated, “There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, catastrophic heating of the earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the earth’s climate.”
In response, the leftist “fact-checkers” went to work to attempt to debunk the petition of 31,072 signatures. Virtually every “fact-checking” website had a go.
Yet, funny thing about leftist fact-checking sites. It seems they go only one way. I’ve been scouring the internet looking for even one site that dared check up on the most recent scare by 11,000 supposed scientists. And I’ll be darned – not a single one bothered to fact-check the claim that 11,000 scientists agree that we are heading for a climate emergency. Not Punditfact, Snopes, Factcheck.org, Climate Feedback, Politifact, RealClearPolitics, TruthorFiction.com, etc.
It’s almost as if the fact-checking sites are run by the same type of leftist radicals who might sign an imminent climate crisis petition.
Now, climate change is a rather amorphous term. So how is it changing? Is it getting warmer or colder? Words mean things – unless of course you don’t want them to – purposefully using the nebulous term “climate change.” So which is it?