Guest essay by Eric Worrall Bob Inglis (Former R-SC), who was unseated by a landslide primary (71:29%) in 2010 by Tea Party Member Trey Gowdy (R-SC), has been touring Australia, reassuring worried greens that President Trump will soon be brought under control by the climate movement. Australian coal 'risks being caught out' by Trump climate…
"Withholding information is one way you slow things down. The bureaucracy is large, there's a lot of paperwork, a lot of steps, and people that have been in government a long time understand those steps really well. So, some of those tactics may be used to make things go a lot slower."
But the freeze isn't applicable only to funding. The Trump Administration has also banned members of that agency and the U.S. Department of Agriculture from giving social media updates and speaking with reporters.
The paper discusses the phenomenal amount of adjustment that has been applied to the models in order to get them to produce what the scientists called an "anticipated acceptable range" of future warming. Among modelers, this is known as "tuning" an experiment in order to get a desired answer.
I've watched the growing dismay and anger, as left wing elitist politicians supported fashionable green efforts to drive up the price of energy, and flood western countries with cheap immigrant labor, regardless of the pain these efforts inflicted on their increasingly disillusioned working class supporters.
Sure there are other geopolitical threats out there—from ISIS, Iran and the crumbling EU to a muscle-flexing Russia and an increasingly arrogant China—but there's probably none which has quite so big an impact on ordinary peoples' daily lives, on their economic and social wellbeing, and on their children's future as the Green Blob.
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