ClimateGate: Disintegration of the Global Warming Dynasty is Underway; Senator Inhofe On Deck

As the World Turns…

Senator James Inhofe [R-OK], who is the ranking member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, sent a letter on December 1, 2009, to Barbara (CALL ME Senator!) Boxer [D-CA] who is the EPW Committee Chairman, to initiate Congressional Hearings on ClimateGate by requesting hearings of leaked documents and emails between some of the so-called world’s most preeminent climatologists; emails which reveals their actions of data manipulation, demonizing other scientists with opposing data, and illegally eluding information disclosure laws.

In Australia:

In the UK:

In Denmark:

In Switzerland:

In Canada:

In the United States:


Additional reading…

HOTAiR: Australian Senate blocks cap-and-trade system
Heritage Foundation: Napolitano Recognizes Reality, Scraps 100 Percent Scanning
Gateway Pundit: Leftist Thugs Shut Down Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Speech at ASU First Amendment Forum (Video)
Sister Toldjah: The ClimateGate money trail
American Power: Press Secretary Robert Gibbs: ‘No Scientic Basis for Dispute’ Over Global Warming
Texas For Palin: ‘Going Rogue’ book review from Catholic POV
Conservatives For Palin: Dan Fagan: Governor Palin Did the Right Thing
Boudica WPI: Congressman Maurice Hinchey?
Nice Deb: Compare and Contrast:The Decider v.s. The Ditherer At West Point
Frugal Café: ClimateGate Fraud Phil Jones Slinks Away in Disgrace from CRU… Should Be Tossed into Jail for His Global Warming Hoax
Talk Wisdom: A Communist Returns to the Climategate Cuckoos Nest

Michelle Malkin: GOP keeping the heat on ACORN
Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion:
Do Unto Taxpayers As Geithner Had Done Unto Him
LisainTX’s Blog:
Gores Climate-Gate Deathstar: Genocide, Tax and Control
Temple of Mut:
We do not seek battle as we are, nor shun it!


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54 Responses to ClimateGate: Disintegration of the Global Warming Dynasty is Underway; Senator Inhofe On Deck

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

    I am going to repost this.

    Climategate: it’s all unravelling now

    So many new developments: which story do we pick? Maybe best to summarise, instead. After all, it’s not like you’re going to find much of this reported in the MSM.

    1. Australia’s Senate rejects Emissions Trading Scheme for a second time. Or: so turkeys don’t vote Christmas. Expect to see a lot more of this: politicians starting to become aware their party’s position on AGW is completely out of kilter with the public mood and economic reality. Kevin Rudd’s Emissions Trading Scheme – what Andrew Bolt calls “a $114 billion green tax on everything” – would have wreaked havoc on the coal-dependent Australian economy. That’s why several opposition Liberal frontbenchers resigned rather than vote with the Government on ETS; why Liberal leader Malcolm Turnbull lost his job; and why the Senate voted down the ETS.

    2. Danes caught fiddling their carbon credits. (Hat tip: Philip Stott) Carbon trading is the Emperor’s New Clothes of international finance. It was invented by none other than Ken Lay, whose Enron would currently be one of the prime beneficiaries in the global alternative energy market, if it hadn’t been shown to be (nearly) as fraudulent as the current AGW scam. It is a licence to fleece, cheat and rob. Still, jolly embarrassing for the Danes to get caught red handed, what with their hosting a conference shortly in which the world’s leaders will try, straight-faced, to persuade us that carbon emissions trading is the only viable way of defeating ManBearPig.

    3. Hats off to The Daily Express – the first British newspaper to make the AGW scam its front page story.

    The piece was inspired by another bravura performance by Professor Ian Plimer, the Aussie geologist who argues that climate change has been going on quite naturally, oblivious of human activity, for the last 4,567 million years.

    4. BBC finally gets round to reporting – sort of – that Climatic Research Unit at University of East Anglia may have been up to no good. It’s true that this report on their website is so hedged with special pleading for the temporarily suspended director Phil Jones the man might have written it himself. But on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme this morning, I did hear the newsreader reporting it as more than just a routine theft story. Which is a start.

    5. Legal actions ahoy! Over the next few weeks, one thing we can be absolutely certain of is concerted efforts by the rich, powerful and influential AGW lobby to squash the Climategate story. We’ve seen this already in the “nothing to see here” response of Dr Rajendra Pachauri, the jet-setting, troll-impersonating railway engineer who runs the IPCC and wants to stop ice being served with water in restaurants. This is why those of us who oppose his scheme to carbon-tax the global economy back to the dark ages must do everything in our power to bring the scandal to a wider audience. One way to do this is law suits.

    At Ian Plimer’s lunch talk yesterday, Viscount Monckton talked of at least two in the offing – both by scientists, one British, one Canadian, who intend to pursue the CRU for criminal fraud. Their case, quite simply, is that the scientists implicated in Climategate have gained funding and career advancement by twisting data, hiding evidence, and shutting out dissenters by corrupting the peer-review process. More news on this, as I hear it.

    Lord Monckton has written an indispensible summary of the Climategate revelations so far.

    6. Watch out Green Dave! The Independent reports on the growing backlash within the party to Cameron’s libtard-wooing greenery. Turning to the Independent for a balanced report on environmental matters is a bit like consulting Der Sturmer for a sensible, insightful view on the Jewish question. Still, for once, the house journal of eco-loonery seems to have got it right and the point made by Tory backbencher David Davis is well made:

    “The ferocious determination to impose hair-shirt policies on the public – taxes on holiday flights, or covering our beautiful countryside with wind turbines that look like props from War of the Worlds – is bound to cause a reaction in any democratic country.”

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  3. samiam60 says:

    President Obama’s plans for seeking an international agreement at a U.N. climate change conference next week sound precariously similar to his plans for pitching Chicago as the host city for the 2016 Summer Olympics two months ago.

    At both meetings, the president scheduled very brief appearances, planning to arrive early and be long gone before any decision was reached. And, coincidentally, the destination in both cases was Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Obama’s first visit ended in decisive failure, with Rio de Janeiro winning the bid. So is the president setting himself up for a repeat? Or is he facing down his Denmark demons and looking to get his mojo back?

    Patrick Michaels, former president of the American Association of State Climatologists and environmental fellow at the Cato Institute, said he has his doubts.

    “The president is carrying nothing credible in his pocket, so how can he compel people to do something credible?” he said, referring to the fact that Congress has not passed its cap-and-trade bill.

    Obama has traveled abroad extensively — to summits and conferences and high-level meetings — since taking office. Those trips have produced a slew of agreements and announcements, but little concrete action. And on some of the biggest issues of the world stage — the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Iranian nuclear program among them — the president’s approach has yielded little progress.

    Analysts say that while Obama might help strike a broadly worded deal in Copenhagen, a legally binding replacement for the 1997 Kyoto Protocol may be just as unlikely after his visit as before.

    Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., reminded the president of his limits in a letter he sent to the White House last week after Obama announced he would travel to Copenhagen and lay out America’s goals for cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020.

    “I would like to express my concern regarding reports that the administration may believe it has the unilateral power to commit the government of the United States to certain standards that may be agreed upon (in Denmark). … The phrase ‘politically binding’ has been used,” Webb wrote. “As you well know from your time in the Senate, only specific legislation agreed upon in the Congress, or a treaty ratified by the Senate, could actually create such a commitment on behalf of our country.”

    Michaels said that letter alone hurts Obama’s efforts in Copenhagen, since it could confirm delegates’ suspicions that the president may not be prepared to hold up the United States’ end of any grand bargain.

    Heather Conley, senior fellow with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Obama’s travel schedule could also dim his chances of success.

    The president plans to stop by on Dec. 9, before heading to Oslo to collect the Nobel Peace Prize the next day. But the climate conference lasts two weeks, from Dec. 7-18.

    “The timing is off,” Conley said. “He’s going to be there the second or third day of the beginning of the negotiations. Political leaders are a bit flummoxed because they don’t know how to incorporate President Obama’s visit to Copenhagen, which they applaud, but it’s not quite in the right sequence to make a concrete agreement possible.”

    She said any agreement would come at the “very end” of the conference, not the beginning.

    The White House said the timing of the president’s visit is immaterial.

    “I think the president believes that that visit happening at the beginning is just as important as it would be at any point to getting that deal going quicker,” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said.

    Many officials at home and abroad have praised Obama effusively for his decision to attend the climate change summit and lay out U.S. targets.

    Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., said in a statement that Obama’s pitch “could be one hell of a global game changer.”

    “The fact that the president will attend the Copenhagen talks underscores that the administration is putting its money where its mouth is, putting the president’s prestige on the line,” Kerry said.

    That’s a dangerous place for the president’s prestige to be, given what happened last time in Copenhagen. The president’s other international trips have yielded mixed results.

    Obama’s eight-day trip through Asia last month didn’t result in any concrete victories for the United States, though the president said his talks with Asian leaders could spur economic growth.

    In a positive sign, China and Russia — two nations Obama has reached out to — later joined the United States and other Western nations in condemning Iran’s nuclear activities. But Iran then turned around to declare defiantly that it would develop 10 more nuclear sites.

    With Russia, Obama’s travels yielded a number of agreements, including a pledge to cooperate more fully on bringing security to Afghanistan and a transit agreement allowing U.S. military equipment and supplies to travel through Russia on their way to Afghanistan.

    The two countries also put out a statement setting out target limits for warheads and delivery systems, guiding negotiations for a new treaty to replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.

    But that effort has slowed, with administration aides now admitting that both countries will probably need a “bridge” agreement because a new deal won’t be hammered out before the current treaty expires Dec. 5.

    Elsewhere, the April G-20 summit in London resulted in a pledge for more than $1 trillion in financing to the International Monetary Fund and other institutions. And during the summertime G-8 meeting in Italy, industrialized nations pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2050.

    But a Kyoto successor is what the international community is focusing on when it comes to climate change. And the split is wide between developed countries like the United States and developing countries like India and China, which are hesitant to commit to binding targets.

    The fact that the Senate has not yet followed the House’s lead in passing a U.S. climate change bill puts Obama in a potentially weakened position in Copenhagen.

    Michaels predicted “a lot of comprehensive hot air” in otherwise chilly Denmark.

    “A breakthrough will be claimed when in fact none will exist,” he said.

  4. Foxwood says:

    How does it feel, you lefty losers, to be scammed out of millions of dollars by one of your major religious leaders, Rev. AlGore?

  5. samiam60 says:

    Obama’s first visit ended in decisive failure, with Rio de Janeiro winning the bid. So is the president setting himself up for a repeat? Or is he facing down his Denmark demons and looking to get his mojo back?

  6. VotingFemale says:

    Great Article Tellit!

  7. samiam60 says:

    The Definition of Insanity is doing the same things over and over again and expecting a different result.

    2nd trip to Denmark

    The only Global Warming Obama is going to feel is when he bows down to the leaders over there and finds out Bubba hasn’t left the building.

  8. VotingFemale says:

    Obama’s mojo? what’s left of it is going to go get his nobeLOL prize for Socialism Asshat-ness

  9. samiam60 says:

    Maybe he will give the Nobel Prize back, you know, kinda like he did with England’s Gift to him.

    Or he will just sell it on ebay along with his American Flag lapel pin.

  10. samiam60 says:

    VF said:
    Great Article Tellit!

    (mine was good too) 😦

  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    Yes it was Sam!

  12. samiam60 says:

    Thanks Tellit, snifle, snifle, at least you appreciate me, Wuahhhhhhhhh, Snife, Snife.

  13. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here is another repost from this morning.


    THE scientific consensus that mankind has caused climate change was rocked yesterday as a leading academic called it a “load of hot air underpinned by fraud”.

    Professor Ian Plimer condemned the climate change lobby as “climate comrades” keeping the “gravy train” going.

    In a controversial talk just days before the start of a climate summit attended by world leaders in Copenhagen, Prof Plimer said Governments were treating the public like “fools” and using climate change to increase taxes.

    He said carbon dioxide has had no impact on temperature and that recent warming was part of the natural cycle of climate stretching over ­billions of years.

    If you have to argue your science by using fraud, your science is not valid.
    Professor Pilmer

    Prof Plimer told a London audience: “Climates always change. They always have and they always will. They are driven by a number of factors that are random and cyclical.”

    His comments came days after a scandal in climate-change research emerged through the leak of emails from the world-leading research unit at the University of East Anglia. They appeared to show that scientists had been massaging data to prove that global warming was taking place

    The Climate Research Unit also admitted getting rid of much of its raw climate data, which means other scientists cannot check the subsequent research. Last night the head of the CRU, Professor Phil Jones, said he would stand down while an independent review took place.

    Professor Plimer said climate change was caused by natural events such as volcanic eruptions, the shifting of the Earth’s orbit and cosmic radiation. He said: “Carbon dioxide levels have been up to 1,000 times higher in the past. CO2 cannot be driving global warming now.

    “In the past we have had rapid and significant climate change with temperature changes greater than anything we are measuring today. They are driven by processes that have been going on since the beginning of time.”

    He cited periods of warming during the Roman Empire and in the Middle Ages – when Vikings grew crops on Greenland – and cooler phases such as the Dark Ages and the Little Ice Age from 1300 to 1850.

    And he predicted that the next phase would cool the planet.

    Climate change is widely blamed on the burning of fossil fuels which release greenhouse gases such as CO2 into the atmosphere, where they trap the sun’s heat.

    The talks at Copenhagen are expected to find ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally.

    But Professor Plimer, of Adelaide and Melbourne Universities, said that to stop climate change Governments should find ways to prevent changes to the Earth’s orbit and ocean currents and avoid explosions of supernovae in space. Of the saga of the leaked emails, he said: “If you have to argue your science by using fraud, your science is not valid.”

    The CRU’s Professor Jones has admitted some of the emails may have had “poorly chosen words” and were sent in the “heat of the moment”. But he has categorically denied manipulating data and said he stood by the science. And yesterday he dismissed suggestions of a conspiracy to alter ­evidence to support a theory of man-made global warming as “complete rubbish”.

    But mining geology professor Plimer said there was a huge momentum behind the climate-change lobby.

    He suggested many scientists had a vested interest in promoting climate change because it helped secure more funding for research. He said: “The climate comrades are trying to keep the gravy train going. Governments are also keen on putting their hands as deep as possible into our pockets.

    “The average person has been talked down to. He has been treated like a fool. Yet the average person has common sense.”

    But Vicky Pope, head of Met Office Climate Change Advice, said: “We are seeing changes in climate on a timescale we have not seen before.

    “There clearly are natural variations. But the only way we can explain these trends is when we include both man-made and natural changes to the climate.

    “We have also seen declines in summer sea ice over the past 30 years, glaciers retreating for 150 years, changing rainfall patterns and increases in subsurface and surface ocean temperatures.”

    And as the war of words between the rival camps intensified, leading economist Lord Stern dismissed the sceptics as “muddled”.

    Lord Stern, who produced a detailed report on the issue for the Government, said evidence of ­climate change was “overwhelming”. He accepted that all views should be heard but said the degree of ­scepticism among “real scientists” was very small.

  14. tellitlikeitis says:

  15. tellitlikeitis says:

    A little off topic but interesting.

    Can Attack Dogs Be Rehabilitated?

    There’s something especially loathsome about torturing helpless creatures for fun and profit. And evidence of torture is what investigators found on July 8, when federal and local authorities working in teams across eight states staged the largest raid in history against the underground dogfighting racket. Twenty-six people were arrested (five of whom are scheduled to be sentenced to as much as five years in prison on Dec. 8 in St. Louis, Mo.), and more than 500 dogs were rescued, most of them pit bull terriers.

    The cruelty visited on the canines is harrowing. Some had been pulled behind cars to build up their stamina, their necks scarred by heavy collars and logging chains. Many had lost eyes, lips and limbs in battle. But it is hard to say whether they, generally the victors, secured the better fate or whether the vanquished were in fact the lucky ones: fighting dogs who lose are routinely hanged, drowned or electrocuted.
    (See pictures of dogs rescued from a life of fighting.)

    The raid revealed a brutal paradox. Large-scale crackdowns like this one are rare precisely because the dogfighting business mistreats so many dogs. Busting a breeder means taking custody of the dogs, yet no police department or sheriff’s office has the resources to kennel, treat and attempt to rehabilitate dozens, let alone hundreds, of abused animals. Indeed, this raid could not have happened without the extraordinary cooperation of the Humane Society of Missouri. Supported by animal-protection agencies and volunteers from across the country, the society equipped an empty warehouse with hundreds of wire pens to hold the victims, recruited veterinarians and secured tons of food.
    (See pictures of puppies behind bars.)

    When the rescued dogs arrived, the warehouse became a riot of barking, growling, whimpering — and the first loving human tones the animals had ever experienced. The population soon swelled as pregnant females delivered more than 100 puppies. The exact location of this St. Louis — area haven remained a well-guarded secret, however, because some of those puppies and dogs can be worth more than $5,000 each on the black market.
    (See video of the rescued dogs.)

    If this sounds like a dog lover’s more-the-merrier fantasy — 101 Dalmatians times five — think again. The rehabilitation of even one fighting dog is a long and uncertain project. First comes the medical care. Beyond their obvious wounds and infections, some of the dogs arrive with broken ribs and internal injuries — from being kicked. After the physical exams comes a psychological evaluation. Experienced animal handlers gauge the dog’s mental condition: How aggressive is it? How traumatized? How far gone? This screening is a final life-or-death ordeal for a dog, because a fighter that cannot be tamed must be euthanized.
    (See pictures of a dog breed that is dying out.)

    Those receiving a positive prognosis, however, may be placed in a sort of halfway house for old fighters — a place like Tiffany McBee’s Broken Hearts, Mended Souls Rescue in Fulton, Mo. Programs like McBee’s will try to prepare the abused dogs for adoption, which doesn’t happen overnight. “They need time to decompress” from the stress of their violent upbringing and the cacophony of the warehouse, McBee explains. An animal that was raised in secret, hidden in remote woods, tethered by heavy chain to a buried axle, suddenly finds itself chilling in suburbia. “They have to learn: What is a couch? What is the TV? Are they going to be able to adjust in an appropriate way?” says McBee. “We have to teach them manners.”,9171,1942950,00.html?cnn=yes

  16. samiam60 says:


  17. samiam60 says:

    Please send all donations to the : Houdini School of Global Warming c/o Al Gore

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  19. Foxwood says:

    Do you know what the big news was last night?

    A Charlie Brown Christmas was pre-empted.

  20. Foxwood says:

    Do you know what the big news was last night?

    A Charlie Brown Christmas was preempted.

  21. LisaInTX says:

    That last video is nothing BUT propaganda!!!
    Pure and simple ponzie scheme at its finest!!

    Like I said before—too bad Madoff didn’t go into politics—he would still be in business right now!

  22. LisaInTX says:

    LMAO!!! Poor Charlie Brown….hahahaaa

  23. LisaInTX says:

    Tellit and Sami
    You have both posted allot of wonderful news here!!!
    I’m gonna have to copy those links and add them to my post!! hahahaa

    I have/had a friend that thought Al Gore walked on water!!! Wonder how she feels about him now and the whole Climate-gate Hoax thing?? Maybe I should call her and ask??? LOL

  24. LisaInTX says:

    She also voted for Nobama…..would not believe he was a Marxist/Commie from hell…..

  25. LisaInTX says:

    HAHAHAHAA……looks like what the the CIC tried at his speech last night at West Point…..hahaha
    Maybe he forgot—Laces UP?? hahahaha

  26. samiam60 says:

    Hi Lisa and thank you for the compliments.

    I am hoping that this Climate gate thing opens up some eyes finally.

    I hope we see a Kool-Aid Uprising soon. I think it is coming.

  27. LisaInTX says:

    If the elitist still push for this LIE, all hell is gonna break loose I think….

  28. samiam60 says:

    There is a bad Moon Rising Lisa and you and I both know it.

  29. samiam60 says:

    If Barrack Obama looses the election in 2012 there will be civil disorder unlike anything ever seen here in the United States. He will not go quietly into the night.

    I expect we should consider ourselves lucky if it takes that long before the Bad Moon Rises.

  30. LisaInTX says:

    Yes Sami—it’s in the air… static…..I can feel it.
    Just like when I saw Obama Revealed on CNN—a two by four right between the eyes. :-/

  31. tellitlikeitis says:

  32. LisaInTX says:

    I found this link the other night. I have not had a chance to listen to everything, but those I did, open up allot of possibilities and ideas.

  33. LisaInTX says:

    well i’m off to start putting up Christmas decorations….my son is COMING home SOON….and I want everything to be festive for him when he arrives. :-]

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

    The end product of National health care.

    by Dick Morris
    As the Congress prepared to vote to let us enter the world of waits for doctors, waits for specialists, waits for testing and waits for surgery, radiation and chemo, we should pause to consider the relative records of the private medical care system in the United States with the socialized system in the U.K.

    In 2008, Britain had a cancer death rate 0.25% while the United States had a rate of only 0.18%. The UK cancer death rate was 38% higher than in the United States.

    The Guardian, the UK’s left wing daily, estimated that “up to 10,000 people” are dying each year of cancer “because their condition is diagnosed too late, according to research by the government’s director of cancer services.” While many people die because of late detection due to their own negligence, there is no reason to believe this self-neglect is more common in the UK than in the US.

    In Canada, the cancer death rate is 16% higher than in the United States.

  35. samiam60 says:

    Thank you again Tellit for this Dick Morris article.

    Once again something I would have missed.

  36. VotingFemale says:

    Great Article Sam!

    samiam60 says

    VF said:
    Great Article Tellit!

    (mine was good too) 😦

  37. VotingFemale says:

    I have dinner on the stove… gotta boogy

  38. samiam60 says:

    Thanks VF, I needed that….lol……… 🙂

  39. samiam60 says:

    You have never seen a video for this song like this

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    Obama appears on Golf Digest with Tiger Woods next month, with caption: “Ten tips I can learn from Tiger” !!!!

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