IPCC And New York Times – Lying About The Climate For At Least 15 Years

Fifteen years ago, the IPCC announced that the North Pole was ice-free for the first time in 50 million years.


Ages-Old Icecap at North Pole Is Now Liquid, Scientists Find – NYTimes.com

Apparently 1958 is more than 50 million years ago, because the USS Skate surfaced at the North Pole in clear water in 1958

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The Skate also surfaced at the North Pole during the winter of 1959, which was reported by the New York Times


TimesMachine: March 29, 1959 – NYTimes.com

As is always the case, climate scientists simply fabricate meaningless scary sounding statistics, to keep their funding coming in. All fraud, all the time.

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17 Responses to IPCC And New York Times – Lying About The Climate For At Least 15 Years

  1. Andy Oz says:

    I love those old sub photos. TV here in OZ just had a special on the NASA space missions in the 1960’s. They were amazing engineers able to “go where no man has gone before”.
    Warmists reckon these things never happened and we should give them lots of money to save the planet. Without engineers, these idiot “experts” would still be using a can & string as a telephone.

    Like George Carlin says: “Save the ****ing Planet?!!”
    How do the frozen people in Pompeii feel whether they’re a threat to the planet?

    I doubt these “climate experts’ would last a day in the real Arctic. They spend taxpayer grant money on drinks in air-conditioned bars, lines of “snow” and on expensive Washington hookers.

  2. gator69 says:

    And in 1959 the Skate surfaced at Santa’s workshop in March. Note all the drowned poley bears draped across the hull.

  3. Jim Schmidt says:

    When NON SCIENTIST St. Algore the Large of the Church of Globull Warming proclaimed that “the science is settled”, science left the building.

  4. mogur2013 says:

    Gail, I’m sorry, but Goodwin’s law prescribes me to fail you on the first to use Nazi propaganda. I acknowledge that you were trying to be amusing in equating John Cook with Herr John Cook, but please, try to deal with the fact that a blog originator doesn’t have to be a phd in climate science.

    You, after all, are championing Herr Heller, a simple engineer. He is a master of engineering, but he is not a doctor. He is not an expert. He is like you say, simply a blogger. And he is not a German War monster. But you seem to be amused that John Cook has a name that you can associate with war monsters. Do you really find that okay?

    • AndyG55 says:

      You truly are BORINGLY STUPID. !

      • mogur2013 says:

        And you, my friend, are inane. You want everyone here to like your politics. Well, you get your wish, everyone wants your interesting intelligence.

        • AndyG55 says:

          And you, moronic twerp,… are INSANE..

          Get your meds under control, before you do yourself even more brain-damage. !!!

        • AndyG55 says:

          And where have I ever said anything about politics.?

          You are looking inward again, and finding an empty hole.

        • AndyG55 says:

          And go to the bottom of that empty hole inside you…..and you will find a sewer.

    • Gail Combs says:

      John Cook is the one who put on the uniform I am not equating cook with any one but himself so If the Foo Sh..Ts wear it! And John cook was certainly wearing it.

      • mogur2013 says:

        Yes, you are right. I see that now. What a twerp. He is insane. Sorry I used Goodwin’s law. It just seemed so appropriate. Who knew that John Cook was such a dufus.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Thank you for the apology.

          Cook really did pull an own goal with that bit of idiocy.

        • AndyG55 says:

          “Who knew that John Cook was such a dufus.”

          doh !! ……. basically everyone !! 😉

  5. Hifast says:

    Reblogged this on Climate Collections.

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