A Complete Meltdown Of National Geographic And NASA

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National Geographic cites: “A recent study says we can expect the oceans to rise between 2.5 and 6.5 feet by 2100, enough to swamp many of the cities along the U.S. East Coast. More dire estimates, including a complete meltdown of the Greenland ice sheet, push sea level rise to 23 feet, enough to submerge London.”

Cole: Damaging effects of human-caused climate change already hurt sea life

National Geographic used to go actual places, and take actual photographs of the local wildlife and topless girls. The magazine served a useful purpose at that time. But those days are gone – as National Geographic has become just another climate propaganda magazine.

This is what the actual Greenland looks like today. Five weeks from the summer solstice, Greenland is buried in snow, and temperatures on the ice sheet are 45 degrees below the freezing point of water.

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Greenland’s surface has gained 500 billion tons of ice over the past winter.

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The melt season in Greenland normally starts in mid-April, but this year is nearly a month late.

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Greenland is not melting down. National Geographic is lying to their readers. But Greenland wasn’t always like that. Seventy years ago, Greenland actually was very warm and melting down.

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National Geographic doesn’t report this, and NASA has made the 1940’s warmth disappear. by altering the temperature data.


If they are going to do sci-fi, National Geographic and NASA could at least do something entertaining.

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18 Responses to A Complete Meltdown Of National Geographic And NASA

  1. Steve Case says:

    You could also do a similar write up onScientific American.

  2. ralphcramdo says:

    This is exactly why I quit reading Popular Science.

  3. aeroguy48 says:

    Yes I do remember back a million years as a yute, thanks for the mammories.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Facebook was always a data gathering trap. Yes, Companies Are Harvesting – and Selling – Your Facebook Profile (They are currently being sued)

      Facebook has approached other publishers, including the Huffington Post, about hosting content directly on its site, people familiar with the matter said in March. At the time, the New York Times reported that Facebook was in talks with the paper as well as BuzzFeed and National Geographic.

      Barf, Gag Facebook has just become the new improved Propaganda outlet with the added attaction of SPYWARE

      TheTruthSpy lets you view all the Facebook chat conversations that take place through the target phone. With TheTruthSpy, Facebook spy software, hack Facebook, spy Facebook messages, you can:
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      Why You Need This Feature

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      And that is just a minor part of it.

      Yesterday, we got a rare look at how information on your public social media profiles—including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn—is being harvested and resold by large consumer data companies.

      Responding to a congressional query, nine data companies provided answers to a detailed set of questions about what kinds of information they collect about individual Americans, and where they get that data.

      Their responses, released Thursday, show that some companies record — and then resell — your screen names, web site addresses, interests, hometown and professional history, and how many friends or followers you have….

      … Intelius, which offers everything from a reverse phone number look up to an employee screening service, said it also collects information from Blogspot, WordPress, MySpace, and YouTube.

      This information includes individual email addresses and screen names, web site addresses, interests, and professional history, Intelius said. It offers a “Social Network Search” on its website that allows you to enter someone’s name and see a record of social media URLs for that person.

      Epsilon, a consumer data company that works with catalog and retail companies, said that it may use information about social media users’ “names, ages, genders, hometown locations, languages, and a numbers of social connections (e.g., friends or followers).”

      It also works with information about “user interactions,” like what people tweet, post, share, recommend, or “like.”….

      I just love this

      Acxiom CEO Scott Howe said in an e-mailed statement.

      While we provided a thorough response to the Caucus’ request, we honored all client, partner and vendor confidentiality agreements. We remain focused on our mission to strengthen connections between people, businesses and their partners.”

      So BUSINESS gets confidentiality but citizens do not, GEE THANKS you SOB.

  4. sabretoothed says:

    http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2013/09/rising-seas/folger-text LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL check out the bold bit at the end of the article

  5. sabretoothed says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpKbULrB9Z8 these guys were ahead of their time, 1995!

  6. kirkmyers says:

    It’s a shame to see a once-respected magazine embrace the global warming fiction. Why bother with fact checking, when you can lure readers with sensationlistic stories about rising oceans and flooded cities. Apparently, an editorial decision has been made to transform National Geographic into a pulp fiction check-out counter rag.

  7. omanuel says:

    Steven (aka Tony) the scam is far wider than anyone could have imagined in 2009 when the Climategate emails first surfaced.

    Worldwide, fraudulent, consensus science is on the scale George Orwell described for the Ministry of Truth in the book he started writing in 1946, “Nineteen Eighty-Four”

    I will try to draft a short summary of the history of science today to show that we face today the same issue Copernicus and Galileo faced at the start of the scientific revolution: False pride; selfishness; exaggerated sense of importance of self; arrogance!Unwillingness to admit Earth (our world) is a tiny part of a much larger solar system that is controlled by the Sun – the fountain of energy Copernicus discovered at the center of the solar system in 1543.

    • omanuel says:

      QUESTION: What difference does it make anyway if

      1. Weisacker’s nuclear binding energy equation is wrong?
      2. Global temperatures are increasing or decreasing?
      3. The Sun consumes or generates hydrogen?
      4. Neutrons attract or repel other neutrons?
      5. CO2 or the Sun controls our climate?

      #1 ANSWER: Little or none does it matter, unless . . .
      #2 ANSWER: Your government is purposely deceiving you, because then
      #3 ANSWER: The difference is your LIBERTY vs your SLAVERY.

    • omanuel says:

      Reality versus False Pride

      Humanity still has the same problem accepting the reality Copernicus discovered 472 years ago:

      We are only part, not the CENTER of the universe, not even the center of the solar system !

      In 1543, Copernicus found the SUN:

      1. Is the center of the solar system, instead of the Earth;

      2. Is a fountain of energy, supplying heat and light to the solar system;

      3. Dominates the Earth and the other planets that move about (orbit) it.

      Galileo was charged with heresy (a denier of religious truth) when he told folks of Copernicus’ finding.

      Galileo defended himself at trial in 1633 saying that the helio-centric solar system is the DIVINE ORDER any other persistent observer could decipher for themselves.

      Measurements and observations revealed these additional features of the “Divine Order:

      The fountain of energy (that gives heat and light to Earth) is also the Creator, Sustainer and Destroyer of every atom and life on Earth, and every planet in the solar system [1], as Kuroda surmised while standing in the ruins of Hiroshima in Aug 1945: “THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD MAY HAVE BEEN JUST LIKE THIS” nuclear explosion that destroyed Hiroshima [2] (words capitalized for emphasis).

      Two months later, world leaders – frightened by events hidden from the public during a news blackout in Aug-Sept 1945 and by the last paragraph of Aston’s Nobel Lecture on 12 Dec 1922 [3] – agreed to unite nations (UN) and national academies of sciences (NAS) on 24 Oct 1945 to prevent public knowledge of NEUTRON REPULSIONthe powerful “force of creation, preservation and destruction” with false consensus models of centers of atoms, stars, galaxies, the universe, and humanity’s place in it.

      These modifications to post-1945 science appeased the Church. On 22 Nov 1951 Pope Pius XII said modern science proved the existence of God.


      False pride and self-centeredness have denied humanity free access to the promise in the last paragraph of Aston’s Nobel Lecture of 12 Dec 1922: “powers beyond the dreams of scientific fiction.”

      That is how selfishness stymied the natural advancement (evolution) of science and humanity.


      1. “Solar energy,” Advances in Astronomy (submitted 1 Sept 2014) https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Solar_Energy.pdf or

      “Solar Energy for school teachers”

      2. P. K. Kuroda, The Origin of the Chemical Elements and the Oklo Phenomenon (Springer Publishing, 165 pages, December 1982) The quote is on the last line of page 2. http://www.amazon.com/Origin-Chemical-Elements-Oklo-Phenomenon/dp/3540116796

      3. “Aston’s Nobel Lecture (12 Dec 1922); CHAOS and FEAR (Aug-Sept 1945)” https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/CHAOS_and_FEAR_August_1945.pdf

      4. Pope Pius XII, The Proofs for the Existence of God in the Light of Modern Natural Science, An address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences (22 Nov 1951) http://www.papalencyclicals.net/Pius12/P12EXIST.HTM

      5. O. K. Manuel, Barry W. Ninham, Stig E. Friberg, “Superfluidity in the solar interior: Implications for solar eruptions and climate,” J. Fusion Energy 21, 193-198 (2002) http://link.springer.com/article/10.1023%2FA%3A1026250731672

    • omanuel says:

      As recently as eleven years ago, in 2004, National Geographic published honest information on the Sun:

      The feature story for the National Geographic Magazine for July 2004 was “The Sun: Living With the Stormy Star.” C. Suplee wrote this revealing news release on the story:


      Quoting the director of Sweden’s Institute for Solar Physics: “The sun is the Rosetta stone of astrophysics,” said Göran Scharmer, “But it is a stone that we haven’t been able to decrypt entirely.”

      We cited this in a paper “An iron-rich Sun and its source of energy” presented at the Eighth International Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos at Vancouver, BC, Canada on 19-23 July 2004.


      Our paper was, of course, excluded from the Proceedings. Here is a picture of me with Professor and Mrs. Donald D. Clayton in 2004.


      Here is a picture of me with Clayton’s PhD research mentor, Dr. Willy Fowler, at the 1976 Gregynog Workshop on isotopic anomalies:


  8. Mac says:

    This is truly gross and disgusting. National Geographic used to be a great magazine. When I was a kid in the 1970s, I used to look forward to it coming every month in the mail. I kept most of them, and I also have the complete National Geographic on DVD. I don’t subscribe to it anymore, not for years now. Somewhere along the line, they seemed to have forgotten about actual science and geography, and the magazine morphed into a leftoid propaganda rag. It might as well be Mother Jones now. All I can do these days is read old issues and remember when the National Geographic staff had integrity and professionalism. Very sad.

  9. Brian says:

    Well, I live 800 miles from the nearest coastline, so bring it on! If I live long enough, maybe one day I’ll have beachfront property!

  10. Andy DC says:

    When the brilliant climate scientists run their models backwards, it eliminates the 1940’s blip. Since 97% of brilliant climate scientists can never be wrong, the thermometer readings of the 1940’s have to be wrong. The computer models are brilliantly programmed to produce whatever chart pattern will bring in the most grant money. The scientific method at its finest!

  11. Personanongrata says:

    It is no great mystery Earth’s oceans have been rising steadily for the last 20,000 years beginning with the end of the last ice-age.

    Sea Level Rise, After the Ice Melted and Today

    By Vivien Gornitz — January 2007

    Climate warming is expected to result in rising sea level. Should this occur, coastal cities, ports, and wetlands would be threatened with more frequent flooding, increased beach erosion, and saltwater encroachment into coastal streams and aquifers. Global sea level has fluctuated widely in the recent geologic past. It stood 4-6 meters above the present during the last interglacial period, 125,000 years ago, but was 120 m lower at the peak of the last ice age, around 20,000 years ago. A study of past sea level fluctuations provides a longer-term geologic context, which can help us better anticipate future trends.


  12. frank baba says:

    Ah yes ! The human being triumphs again……tries to destroy himself and almost succeeds.

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