Joanne Nova does the math and provides its empirical evidence to back up what many of us have been saying for some time now. The science of gobal warming is a myth designed solely as a means for a few to gain power and control through the creation of a new kind of commodity, sold to the dim-witted using the psychology of fear.
She sums it up like this:
- The US government has provided over $79 billion since 1989 on policies related to climate change, including science and technology research, foreign aid, and tax breaks.
- Despite the billions: “audits” of the science are left to unpaid volunteers. A dedicated but largely uncoordinated grassroots movement of scientists has sprung up around the globe to test the integrity of the theory and compete with a well funded highly organized climate monopoly. They have exposed major errors.
- Carbon trading worldwide reached $126 billion in 2008. Banks are calling for more carbon-trading. And experts are predicting the carbon market will reach $2 – $10 trillion making carbon the largest single commodity traded.
- Meanwhile in a distracting sideshow, Exxon-Mobil Corp is repeatedly attacked for paying a grand total of $23 million to skeptics—less than a thousandth of what the US government has put in, and less than one five-thousandth of the value of carbon trading in just the single year of 2008.
She then poses the question:
- The large expenditure in search of a connection between carbon and climate creates enormous momentum and a powerful set of vested interests. By pouring so much money into one theory, have we inadvertently created a self-fulfilling prophesy instead of an unbiased investigation?
We’ve pointed out here that “researchers” at the IPCC are contracted to and paid for by governments with vested interests in dreams of wealth and political power from cap & trade. Governments who are egged on, and the politicians within them financially supported, by people like Al Gore and by companies like General Electric, who’ve already invested heavily in and positioned themselves with, in particular, the United States government in order to monopolize what they see as potential of a new world market.
If this were simply capitalism, I’d be all for it. But like the empirical science that says global warming is an inconvenient myth, the empirical math once again proves the insanity of trying to fix what was never broken in the first place.