Monthly Archive: November 2016

Nov 30

U.S. government agencies have been caught repeatedly altering arctic sea ice records

Once again, the courageous data analyst Tony Heller has caught U.S. government agencies altering ice history records to make the past seem colder than it was measured (and thereby make the present seem warmer in comparison). Now, Heller and others have uncovered previous government reports showing arctic ice levels growing substantially in the 1970s. More …

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Nov 29

Greenland has gained 300 billion tons of ice since September 1

According to Tony Heller (who generally uses Danish DMI data), Greenland has gained 300 billion tons of ice since September 1, blowing away all records for ice gain. See here.

Nov 27

Trump has selected Myron Ebell, a gifted skeptical scientist, to run the EPA

Government supporting journalists and professors are gnashing their teeth regarding Donald Trump’s selection of Myron Ebell as head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Ebell is a gifted scholar of climate science. Here he is debating a pro-government scientist about the 2008 Climategate emails. Here he is speaking about the inconsistencies between government temperature models …

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Nov 27

January 13-16, 2017: Join us for ‘mountain climbing inside the Grand Canyon’

“Lose 15 pounds in 3 days hiking and climbing in the Grand Canyon!” January 13-16, 2017 is a three-day weekend celebrating Martin Luther King. For anyone planning on being in the greater Nevada/Utah/Arizona region in January, Lysander Spooner University will embark on a one-of-a-kind field trip in honor of Dr. King. Few people are aware …

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Nov 27

The reality of socialism: Fidel Castro lived in constant luxury as his subjects starved

Socialist politicians promise equality and free stuff but deliver impoverishment and tyranny. Here is a New York Post article about the luxurious life of Cuban President Fidel Castro. Castro lived a life of absolute luxury. He had dozens of mistresses and kept a dozen private palaces for himself. He even had pet dolphins. Virtually anyone …

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Nov 26

Washington Post’s “fake news” smear exposed as McCarthyite propaganda

Days ago the Washington Post published (and energetically advertised) a “news story” alleging that the 2016 Trump election was produced by “hundreds” of “fake news” stories created by Russian propagandists. (Of course, the Washington Post itself has been identified as a government CIA propaganda mouthpiece by numerous whistleblowers.) (Senate hearing in the ’70s and ’80s …

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Nov 26

Prosecutors increasingly stack indictments with multiple counts in order to ensure convictions

American prosecutors have learned that conviction rates generally go up when additional charges and defendants are added to criminal cases. Consequently, state and federal prosecutors routinely stack indictments with multiple (repetitive) counts so that juries will be more likely to convict defendants. A study of thousands of criminal cases found that when a defendant is …

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Nov 25

U.S. government temperature data tamperers have erased 1940s warmth in Iceland

The intrepid data analyst Tony Heller has been monitoring the government’s official temperature records for years. The U.S. government’s temp database (maintained by NASA and NOAA and directed by Gavin Schmidt of NASA’s Goddard Space Institute) has been “adjusted” thousands of times to make the past seem colder than it was recorded. The government agencies …

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Nov 25

Starving Venezuelans flee socialism on life rafts

Socialism is a curse that should be wished only on one’s most hated enemies. Here is a New York Times story about hungry Venezuelans fleeing their socialist country by the droves. Just a couple decades ago, Venezuela had the highest standard of living IN ALL OF LATIN AMERICA. But just 17 years after the people …

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Nov 22

Three judges of British High Court Invalidate Brexit Vote!

A shocking act of judicial arrogance by three judges of the United Kingdom High Court. The Court ruled that Britain can’t leave the EU without having a parliamentary vote to do so. See here. Yet that parliamentary vote already happened with the European Referendum Act of 2015. (Parliament voted to let the people speak on …

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