10 thoughts on “New Major Film Featuring Top Climate Scientists Exposes Climate Change Hoax!”

  1. I’m up to the 27-min. mark and so far so really good. PROFESSIONAL.
    Gee, imagine that! The sun maybe effects our planet. Of course it does! It’s amazing that people can’t grasp that. Anyway, back to the film…

    UPDATE 1: Now halfway. Yes, the alarmists are going to hate this film. It just doesn’t have the accuracy that AIT or Mann’s hockey stick had, they’ll tell us.

    UPDATE 2: Done. Hats off to Pete Garcia! An outstanding production. I am very truly impressed! I’m sending a donation tomorrow (Unfortunately I’m a man of modest means).

    Outstanding film that you must watch!

  2. I am stuck at 00:18:19 :(
    [Hit the stop button and come back in a few minutes. Maybe it is buffering. Hope you can get it started. The part about Solyndra is really damning. -PG]

  3. Drat. I’ve got to stop looking and get back to work. End of my lunch break. I’ll be sure to watch the rest soon.

  4. Very nice. What was new for me was the clear condemnation of the IPCC by Dr. Landsea. I knew he resigned from the IPCC but hadn’t seen him interviewed before.

    1. Studies show a doubling in category 4 and 5 hurricanes by the end of the century.

      http://www.gfdl.noaa.gov/global-warming-and-hurricanes

      Using this additional downscaling step, the new GFDL hurricane model study is able to reproduce some important historical characteristics of very intense Atlantic hurricanes, include the wind speed distribution and the change of this distribution between active and inactive decadal periods of hurricane activity (Fig. 1 of the new study). The model also supports the notion of a decrease in the overall number of Atlantic hurricanes with projected 21st century climate warming. However, the study also projects approximately a doubling of the frequency of very intense (category 4-5) hurricanes in the Atlantic basin by the end of the 21st century, using an 18-model average climate change projection to drive higher resolution “downscaling” models. The largest increase is projected to occur north of the Main Development Region, in the western part of the basin (Fig. 7). In a related calculation, four individual climate model projections were downscaled using the same framework, and three of the four projected an increase in category 4-5 hurricanes, while one of the four models showed a decrease. Thus, not all global climate model 21st century projections imply a future increase in Atlantic category 4-5 hurricane numbers, according to our model. While the 18-model ensemble result is probably more reliable than individual model results, each of the individual model results can be viewed as at least plausible at this time.

      1. Somebody’s still trying to wreck his reputation by using models without any predictive skill 90 years into the future? Will the kids never learn?

        Guess a ton of money still buys all the junk science you need.

        1. Uncertainty is an important part of model talk. If you think sea surface temperatures will not increase over the rest of the century due to increased co2 emissions, then I would invite you to show how and why. With increased sst how can the hurricane intensities not increase?

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