How Many Millions More Do Governments Intend To Herd Into The Death Trains Of Junk Science?

The parallels are absolutely stunning…it’s all repeating in climate science.

To me this is a must watch. (If short on time, watch from 24:30 to 27:45).

History repeats. Like the lipid hypothesis, man-made global warming is fraud throughout.

The following chart at 36:18 mark tells it all:

Obesity

 

11 responses to “How Many Millions More Do Governments Intend To Herd Into The Death Trains Of Junk Science?”

  1. DirkH

    I grabbed this the other day from a comment at WUWT
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=9BFRi-nH1v8
    Ken Sikaris, more about low carb diets, biochemistry

  2. Roland

    Strange coincidence: I am just now listening to the book from Nina Teicholz: “The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet”
    It goes into astounding detail about the whole history of the idea to reduce cholesterol as a health measure against heart disease…

    Mrs. Teicholz makes one man espescially responsible for this idea and its success: Ancel Keys.

    She describes the situation as a case where all the institutions where basically captured by idealogues who believed that their hypothesis was superior in explaining the heart disease epidemic in america.

    Yes – this is comparable to the climate debate – though there is no one person as influencial in the climate debate as Ancel Keys was in demonizing cholesterol.

    Fascinating also her describing how the opponents of the cholesterol hypothesis were slowly frozen out of the scientific establishment. It does resemble the the climate debate even in this aspect (just minus that ultra strong NGO component).

    Oh and I started with a low fat diet just this week 🙂

    So viva la revolution 😉

    1. DirkH

      Roland
      18. Oktober 2014 at 01:31 | Permalink | Reply
      “Yes – this is comparable to the climate debate – though there is no one person as influencial in the climate debate as Ancel Keys was in demonizing cholesterol.”

      It is now forgotten, but the one guy that kept the Climate Catastrophist movement together and effective was Steve Schneider. Only after his death did the catastrophist movement devolve into the incoherent screeching we take for granted today.

      Talking about catastrophism, here’s an oikophobic article by Der Spiegel celebrating the in their mind inevitable self destruction of the human race.
      The article of course takes Global Warming for granted; the author surely would not know where to find temperature data if you told him.
      http://www.spiegel.de/kultur/gesellschaft/georg-diez-ueber-das-menschenzeitalter-anthropozaen-kolumne-a-997748.html

      I like Hamburg and Berlin. They have so interesting crazy people.

  3. DirkH

    Another remark, since I went on a higher fat, lower carb diet, I do make sure that when I fry my bacon and eggs in a lot of butter, I pour the liquid butter from the pan over the bacon and eggs… can’t waste it!

    My BMI is 22…

  4. Papy Boomer

    Merci beaucoup. Peut changer la vie de quelqu’un. Impressionnant.

  5. R. Shearer

    Soda makers began replacing sucrose with high fructose corn syrup around the same time.

  6. Frederick Colbourne

    I switched to a high dairy fat diet 6 months ago when I discovered my “health food diet” had triggered sensitivity to the metal nickel.

    Now I have to avoid all seeds, including nuts, legumes, and whole grains.

    So for me, the so-called health-food diet was a disaster.

    I should have stuck to a diversified and balanced diet of real food.

  7. Roland

    sorry meant low carb of course … sigh …

  8. Moose

    Same advantages with me too. I went LCHF some 4 months ago and feel great with it. Some vague complaints are gone now, lost some weight about 5 lbs. Skin is softer, have more energy and no more evening cravings for food.

    I am going to avoid all carbs/sugar etc etc as much as I can from now on.

    M.