No surprise here. When charged with “SAVING THE PLANET” you are given a licence to lie and deceive, supplied by the office of sanctimony.
By P.J. Gladnick ~
NASA scientists claimed that 2014 was the hottest year ever! …Oops! Never mind. When the facts were subsequently checked, the NASA scientists sheepishly admitted that there was only a 38% chance this was true which means probably not true.
However, for you fans of broad climate predictions, I have good news. NASA scientists are now claiming that rising seas threaten to flood NASA launch sites. And swallowing this latest claim with no discernible skepticism is Brandon Griggs of CNN.Com. Griggs’ bio describes him as “specializing in coverage of pop culture, entertainment, technology, travel and lifestyle trends.” Therefore he must have a great deal of expertise on rising sea levels, right? Of course, if his report is as wrong as 2014 being the hottest year ever, at least it can be classified as entertainment:
Rising sea levels caused by melting ice caps threaten to disrupt a…
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One might come to the conclusion that climate experts can write this stuff with a clear conscience because the worst they can be accused of is an excess of virtue.
Experts say the 1200 islands of the Maldives will disappear by 2018.
This is probably not going to happen, but the Maldives were disappearing in 1837.
Experts also say that Manhattan will drown by the year 2018.
One might come to the conclusion that climate experts are complete morons.