Incompetence – The New Normal For Climate Scientists

Ten years ago this month, Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast. Scientists immediately blamed global warming, and NBC’s Brian Williams reported on imaginary dead bodies floating in one inch of water.

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Kerry Emanuel of MIT announced that summer that more frequent and stronger hurricanes were the new normal due to global warming.

In fact, the past decade has been the quietest on record for US hurricanes, with no major hurricane strikes since 2005. Water temperatures in the North and tropical Atlantic have plummeted. This summer has been tied for the quietest hurricane season on record.

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I had dinner last night with one of the few scientists who actually understands climate and hurricanes – Dr. Bill Gray of CSU. Here he is holding an official Al Gore $8 bill.


Al Gore cut off Dr. Gray’s funding 20 years ago, for being competent and telling the truth. Two traits which are not considered acceptable in climate science.

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14 Responses to Incompetence – The New Normal For Climate Scientists

  1. Stevenkross says:

    I hope them boots Brian Williams was wearing were high enough.

  2. rah says:

    Yes, we all know now how truthful Brian Williams is. Even his fellows in the liberal press could not protect him from his won lies.

  3. omanuel says:

    Kerry Emanuel is a Professor of Atmospheric Science at MIT, probably very-well funded with public tax funds to promote the one-world government’s fraudulent message.

    I first learned of serious veracity problems at MIT in 1961 when I realized the decay energies of neutrons and tritium (H-3) atoms were omitted from a graph in the MIT nuclear physics textbook, “The Atomic Nucleus,” convincing unsuspecting students of nuclear physics Dr. Carl von Weizsacker’s nuclear binding energy equation is an accurate measure of nuclear stability..

    IT IS NOT: The value of the nuclear binding energy of the neutron and its decay product (H-1) are both zero. The nuclear binding energy of tritium (H-3) is greater than that of its stable decay product, He-3, etc.

    Dr. Carl von Weizsacker’s nuclear binding energy equation exaggerates proton-proton repulsion and obscures neutron-neutron repulsion.

    Nobel Laureate F. W. Aston’s nuclear packing fraction was, and still remains, an accurate measure of nuclear stability, before and after WWII and reveals neutron repulsion as a powerful source of energy in cores of:

    1. Heavy atoms like Uranium
    2. Some planets like Jupiter
    3. Ordinary stars like the Sun
    4. Galaxies like the Milky Way
    5. Our now expanding Universe

  4. Andy DC says:

    Looks like yet another bin busting corn crop in the US, as growing weather has been ideal. Now 70% of the crop is good to excellent, down only 3% from last year’s record crop.

    No hurricanes, lack of tornadoes, mild summer temperatures and lack of drought for most of the US. Weather seems unbelievably good from many aspects. Not at all what the alarmists had predicted.

  5. darrylb says:

    The Nobel prize has become tarnished more than once!

  6. Stewart Pid says:

    Can anyone enlighten a canuck on the Gore $8 bill?

    • Gail Combs says:

      It goes with the Clinton Three dollar bill only after inflation struck and it had to be inflated to $8 ( also refers to behind the eight-ball” )

      The three dollar bill is in reference to the idiomatic expression “phony as a three-dollar bill”. In the 1960s, Mad printed a $3 bill that featured a portrait of Alfred E. Neuman and read: “This is not legal tender—nor will a tenderizer help it.”

      behind the eight ball
      In a bad situation, in a losing position.

      The phrase comes from pool (or billiards). When the cue (white) ball is behind the eight (black) ball, a player usually has no shot.

  7. This level of stupidity
    I find it brain numbing,
    How do they know
    If more hurricanes are coming?

  8. Dave N says:

    At least Brian can say he was there (unless he was photoshopped in)… but holy moly! The water is nearly up to his ankles!!!!!!

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