If you haven't heard, "global warming" has been abruptly canceled. Details follow.

But first I want to talk about Dox. Sometime back we really got into it about "global warming." He's totally bought it, and he even started a group devoted to the worship of it. I say 'worship" because how better to describe something you have to take on faith because there is nothing that is reliable that supports it? And like any religion, that which you take on faith often requires irrational defense, not that Dox intends to be irrational, he just is because he doesn't know any better.

And that was never more apparent that yesterday.

But I'm going to delay explaining that as well and give you a little background frst. See, I joined Dox's group because I thought he wanted to hear both sides, and during our major disagreement, like Timothy, but not anywhere near as bad as that jackass, Dox blocked me from his further participation in his group.

To his credit, Dox immediately thought better of it and did the right thing. I, in turn, told him that I would no longer be participating because he had the right to conduct his pro-warming group any way he wanted, and I would always be a thorn in his side… because he was simply wrong.

So we parted our warming ways and remained on good terms. Dox and I shared similar views on politics, so it wasn't like he was Snowy or anything.

It was only relatively recently that I re-added him to my neighborhood because we were both McCain backers and Palin backers, and I felt that he'd probably matured, so I wanted to read what he had to say. All went reasonably well until yesterday when he posted the single stupidest entry about "global warming" that I've ever seen – to wit:

(approximate) "If the sun causes global warming, then why worry about what man puts in the atmosphere?"

I was going to respond, but you know how some things are just so idiotic that by responding, you elevate them? Therefore, I did the next best thing – I de-neighborized Dox.

When I venture out, I expect to read intelligent, coherent commentary. Dox's opening question was so illogical and disjointed that it showed he's learned nothing. Thus I fully expect John to agree with him. And by the way, Dox, if you're reading this, please feel free to respond here – and expect the worst.

Now about what precipitated all this…

I wasn't going to say anything about Dox. What's the point? but then Drudge posted something this afternoon that made Dox relevant. It turns out that the 'warmest October on record"… isn't. In fact, it's so far from the warmest that about two thirds of the Octobers since they've been keeping records were warmer.

And that's not the half of it. Bloggers uncovered the fraud that Jimmy Hansen was trying to put over on the world, and when they did, Hansen, like Dems in Minnesota, suddenly found new stuff in his trunk to support his case.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Jimmy, he heads NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), he's Al Gore's surrogate, and he's totally bought and paid for by George Soros. And his agency is one of the primary ones whose data the UN relied on for their fraudulent climate report. GISS is always putting out the warmest data of all of the four agencies the UN uses.

So it's even more significant that not only was Jimmy wrong about October, but he's admitted that it's not even NASA's own data - he uses (cherry-picks) unverified data from other sources to make his claims. That's compounding the felony – that Dox believes in.

So to be clear, now there's not only no reliable data to support "global warming," but what these disciples had relied on is a FRAUD! Far worse than nothing at all, wouldn't you say?

When I first read that October was supposedly the worst on record, I was aware of the record lows and snowfalls that had been reported during the month, and so I did what I do about all warming stories now, I don't read them. I'm looking for truth, and "global warming" stories are more biased than the media was for Obama. What I mean by that is simply that your own common sense will tell you otherwise when you read one.

But don't think "global warming" is going away. That's because it never has to. People like Dox still believe it despite this latest debunking, and despite the fact that they now have far less data than they did yesterday. They will still make their claims as usual. They will still be as irrational as they have been. That's because they're 'scientists" – they're peer reviewed.

And by the way, this fraud was disclosed by a British paper. Wanna bet you never see it from AP?

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About tedwest

A longtime veteran of comedy and political forums, I decided that I needed a more restful venue because... well... I finally hate everybody. Except my wife that is... and my ex-wife.. and... no, that's about it. I lead about as simple a life as one can, preferring activities that include anything that doesn't involve going out and seeing YOU! And I particularly enjoy what I call "Get the Bitch" movies on Lifetime. You know the ones where the intended victim finally does something so incredibly stupid that she forfeits her right to live, and from that moment on you're rooting for the stalker. Of course, it rarely works out the way you want, but when it does, the feeling you get is... well, there's nothing else like it, other than, maybe, eating chocolate chip cookies. Oh, and I'm proudly anti-wildlife, both foreign and domestic, and anti-environment - especially foreign environments. I think Howard Stern put it best when he said, "If fifty percent of the population died tomorrow, I can live with that." And I feel the same about the other fifty percent, so together, we've pretty much got it all covered.
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22 Responses to FRAUD!!

  1. I am skeptical about “Manmade global warming” because of these points:

    The greater man’s knowledge becomes, the more aware we are that we don’t know, i.e., the more we know the more unknowns we are aware of.
    Politics, this is a perfect example of an excuse for power hungry politicians and bureaucrats to seize this opportunity to increase power over their fellow man.
    There are so many variables on what actually affects the climate that it is impossible for a model which is created by man to prove that global warming is caused by man’s actions.
    Nature is more powerful than man.

  2. Lexann says:

    Neal Boortz was talking about this very thing on his show this week. Thanks for the article link.

  3. TedWest says:

    Zak, to paraphrase Reagan, science isn't the solution, science is the problem. Without these idiots, people would just live their lives oblivious to whether this October is hotter or colder than one in 1934, but now and forever, every little fluctuation is going to be measured and judged, and even worse, they'll name a cause even though they haven't a clue.
    The worst part of it all is that it would have to get colder and stay that way to chase these fools off once and for all, and who wants that? So we'll have to contend with this fraud indefinitely and expend lots of energy to keep them from ruining us economically – and that extra energy will make the planet hotter, and so it's a vicious cycle!
    The reason for my entry is that when I read that article, I got furious that these tedious little minds and con men are working together to roll back advances in living standards, and I decided that I'm not going to be friendly toward anyone who is complicit in trying to do that, I don't care what other views we have in common or how nice they are.
    When someone has proof of something, people should listen. until then, these pseudo-scientists should be shot on sight. I'd burn 'em at the stake, but that puts too much hot air into the atmosphere.

  4. Doesn't Al Gore exhaling carbon dioxide contribute to "global warming"? He should sacrifice himself for the good of the planet.

  5. Darcy says:

    LOL– but Barbara Streisand is a true believer… she hangs her wet clothes out on clotheslines so she doesn't have to waste energy in a dryer. Or does she just want the rest of us to do that? Good gravy, how many hours a week would I spend on laundry for a family of four if I had to trot them all outside to dry?

  6. TedWest says:

    A subgroup really believes in "green" energy, and that segment wants it to become economical by manipulating the market so that traditional energy becomes artificially more costly. They should be shot. I mean, I want cheap M&Ms, but I don't want them to raise the price of Kit Kats.

  7. Darcy says:

    LOL– don't mess with the Snickers either! But what if we don't eat them right? We may need Brother Gore to tell us what, when, and how many!

  8. I'll trade two Kit Kats for one Mounds. 😉

  9. Awww hon. I have evidence. Screenshots even! Besides! You were about to get some cash! What happened to the good nature jabberin'… Plus I'm always willing to put my shit-laden boots at the door to have a good time… Wha'happen'd!!!!????

  10. Seriously people. 🙂 I was about to lay out some paypal cash for Mr. TW letting my last post stand. That still stands….

  11. TedWest says:

    Son, I've been through a hundred like you over the years. The reason I deleted your first post was to see how committed you were to something as futile and stupid as devoting time to telling me off when up to now I had no idea who you were.
    And there's a good reason why I didn't as it turns out – a good reason for why you'd read me and for why I knew absolutely nothing about you – I visited your so-called blog.
    I noticed two things there:
    1) That this "Vox experience" has made you unhappy.
    2) That your blog was as near perfect a vacuum as you'll find on Earth which goes a long way toward explaining #1.
    Now I would be less than truthful if I didn't say I was flattered to have a nobody come from out of nowhere and expend the effort you have on my behalf. And how much more delightful that I made you angry enough to bother twice… and probably more.
    Now do yourself a favor. Put the bottle down and step away from the computer, at least for the rest of the night. Then tomorrow, contact Timothy and tell him you're sending him five bucks for his "launch fund," courtesy of Ted.
    Then come back here when Timothy acknowledges receipt, and you and I will be BFF.
    I might even help you improve your blog, and you won't even have to thank me. That's just the kind of guy I am.

  12. Oh hon. I stopped listening at "son". Actually, I stopped listening a long time ago. That first line was a hoot tho, thanks for the laugh. :)Love you.smooches!

  13. TedWest says:

    Responding to post 4 of ?:
    You must think I missed the first "hon?" That's why you need to put the alcohol away. Your first post, now forever lost to posterity, sad to say, sounded like a drunken sailor. But I'm glad you were amused, I live to please my audience, no matter how rude they are to me.
    And you should feel better about yourself as well, since you finally succeeded in getting someone to read you. If this propels you to put some effort into your own entries, I hope you won't forget the person who motivated you at a point when it all looked so grim.
    Now, aside from the fact that you can't follow the instructions I gave you, am I to understand you're reneging completely on your offer? Or do you just need me to spell "Timothy?"

  14. TedWest says:

    Responding to post 5 of ?:
    You may have been around for a couple of years, but it would appear that it was a few days too many?!?
    After reading that, my only regret is that my last post didn't beat your last post., and I blame Vox which gave me an error message on the first try. otherwise, I firmly believe I beat you by a nose.
    Now if I may be serious for one brief shining moment: I can't imagine what possessed you to tell me all that about your son, but it must be a terrible burden, and I am sorry for you and him. Unfortunately, that's all I can offer.
    However, you have no idea what burdens others bear, and so if you continue acting as you have, I will have no alternative but to treat you accordingly. And I want to add that normally I wouldn't tolerate the sort of vulgarity you've displayed, and if you feel the need to post more of it, I won't tolerate it further.

  15. "I firmly believe I beat you by a nose."Okay. If that's what is important to you. C'est la vie.

  16. TedWest says:

    That's it? You go out with a whimper just when you had me on the ropes?
    You could have said nothing and let people think you had your say and you were done. Or you could have ignored my warning in one last fit of fury and let people know that trailer trash can't be intimidated by meaningless threats.
    And instead I come back to that?
    The reason I'm so disappointed is that I had all sorts of stuff I'd planned to say to prove that I, too, couldn't be intimidated by someone's invocation of misfortune.
    Like I'd planned to suggest that you put a notice atop your blog apologizing for the front page and directing them to where it gets better because, sad to say, when people start in and immediately find they're so bored that they want to kill themselves, they don't tend to think it'll become riveting if they just keep reading.
    Anyway, Timothy…
    If you're reading this, you're apparently not going to be getting the money, which should teach you a good lesson, and I think it can best be explained this way – C'est la vie.

  17. Ted: I always tell them: "You can't insult me, decent people have tried and failed." 😉

  18. TedWest says:

    If she'd only remained calm, I'd have agreed with most of what she said! The person I'm really mad at is the one who forced her to read me.

  19. Scio, Scio says:

    You should delete the comment GB made with her phone #. Or reproduce sans personal info. Not sure why anyone would put their number in a comment, but that's dangerous.
    Not that anyone elected me fraud police. Though I guess that would just be the regular police who handle fraud. And they aren't elected. Whatever.
    November has been awfully brisk here in Virginia. I think we're seeing climate change getting ready to jump the shark. Politicians still pay lip-service, but I'm pretty sure Hollywood (the real arbiter of public opinion) has moved on to (onto?) other, sexier, fresher pet causes. Africa's a good standby, and we haven't tried to Feed the Children lately. It's all so 2006, this climate change thing.

  20. "You should delete the comment GB made with her phone #" Good lord, no kidding. I lost my temper in a huge way – very sorry to all. I was so mad, I forgot I posted my number too. That was incredibly stupid. I could have said what I had to say in a much more responsible manner.

  21. TedWest says:

    It's "on to." Onto means they are on top of it, or in it, not that I'm the grammar police unless you're a liberal…
    I didn't even notice the number, but I think it's testament to the state of mind she was in at that moment if being out of one's mind is a state?!

  22. TedWest says:

    I wish more liberals would realize what you did the hard way… if you approach me calmly and rationally, you stand a good chance of not only being heard, but finding points in common. Otherwise, it's best not to approach me at all because if I do say so myself, there's no one nastier than I, and we didn't even get started. Unless you have experience with hecklers as well…?
    I'm deleting your number as soon as you send the five bucks to Timothy with my compliments.
    Have you put a lock on the liquor cabinet?

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