The Roots Of The Global Warming Religion

by Steve MacDonald

From Real Climate Science

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  • Bruce Currie

    For an accurate accounting of the current conditions in the Arctic, see here:

    And here:
    And here for a little on WUWT:

  • Bruce Currie

    Here’s the takedown of Tony Heller’s methods regarding the temperature record in the US; Heller’s deceptive practices frequently appear on this site as “gospel”– custom made for those for whom the climate and religion really are intertwined.

  • Ed Naile

    The Roots of the Global Warming Scare (Some things about people never change.)

    Chicken Little likes to walk in the woods. She likes to look at the trees. She likes to smell the flowers. She likes to listen to the birds singing.
    One day while she is walking an acorn falls from a tree, and hits the top of her little head.
    – My, oh, my, the sky is falling. I must run and tell the lion about it, – says Chicken Little and begins to run.
    She runs and runs. By and by she meets the hen.
    – Where are you going? – asks the hen.
    – Oh, Henny Penny, the sky is falling and I am going to the lion to tell him about it.
    – How do you know it? – asks Henny Penny.
    – It hit me on the head, so I know it must be so, – says Chicken Little.
    – Let me go with you! – says Henny Penny. – Run, run.
    So the two run and run until they meet Ducky Lucky.
    – The sky is falling, – says Henny Penny. – We are going to the lion to tell him about it.
    – How do you know that? – asks Ducky Lucky.
    – It hit Chicken Little on the head, – says Henny Penny.
    – May I come with you? – asks Ducky Lucky.
    – Come, – says Henny Penny.
    So all three of them run on and on until they meet Foxey Loxey.
    – Where are you going? – asks Foxey Loxey.
    – The sky is falling and we are going to the lion to tell him about it, – says Ducky Lucky.
    – Do you know where he lives? – asks the fox.
    – I don’t, – says Chicken Little.
    – I don’t, – says Henny Penny.
    – I don’t, – says Ducky Lucky.
    – I do, – says Foxey Loxey. – Come with me and I can show you the way.
    He walks on and on until he comes to his den.
    – Come right in, – says Foxey Loxey.
    They all go in, but they never, never come out again.

    • Bruce Currie

      It’s telling about which side possesses religious faith in its views when it relies on nursery rhymes in an effort to prove a point. Tony Heller is, just like James O’Keefe, a serial liar. His stuff is even too much for Anthony Watts, of WUWT fame, as my link above states.

      • Bryan W

        Isn’t it interesting that the last cold period ended in the 18th century and the warming trend has been happening since then.

        The climate changes. It has for millennia. Not a surprise. You still cannot connect this [potential] warming to anything Man has done in any way that is provable and repeatable. Science is not run by consensus. When you figure that out, then come back and explain what you have proven. Even the writers of the Big Bang Theory get that.

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