From The “How Can We Fool Them” File.

So, the National Science Foundation, a government-sponsored-enterprise, figures way too many of us simply do not get the message that “climate change” is real.

Instead of SCIENTIFICALLY looking at it, seems as if they’re going to piss away $18 MILLION to “convince” us. From CNSNews.com

 

Feds Will Spend $18M to Develop ‘Reliable’ Climate Change Predictions.

  October 18, 2013 – 3:52 PM
By Barbara Hollingsworth

National SCAMMING Fools is more like it.

 

(CNSNews.com) –The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have plans to spend up to $18 million over the next five years to develop “reliable” climate change predictions for the next few decades.

 

The “funding opportunity enables interagency cooperation on one of the most pressing problems of the millennium: climate change and how it is likely to affect our world,” according to NSF’s official request for bids.

“This solicitation is intended to support development of reliable regional and decadal climate predictions that take into account the influences of living systems and are essential for projecting how living systems might adapt to climate change and its consequences for their physical environment,” the program solicitation explains.

Current methods of predicting future climate change have proved to be wildly inaccurate. For example, none of the 73 computer models used by the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) predicted that there would be no statistically significant global warming for the past 17 years as determined by actual temperature records stored in five different databases worldwide.

polar bearsSure looks like it’s cold where THESE guys are.

 

And despite claims that climate change caused by global warming is causing “extreme weather,” a new study by the SI Organization, Inc., a systems engineering firm, ranks 2013 as “one of the least extreme U.S. weather years ever,” noting that “there has been no major hurricane in either the Atlantic or eastern Pacific, which only occurred one other year in recorded history – 1968.”

“Whether you’re talking about tornadoes, wildfires, extreme heat or hurricanes, the good news is that weather-related disasters in the US are all way down this year compared to recent years and, in some cases, down to historically low levels,” SI points out.

But when CNSNews.com asked Eric C. Itsweire, program director at NSF’s Directorate for Geosciences, how the lack of global warming over the past 17 years impacts the project’s primary assumption that climate change is “one of the most pressing problems of the millennium,” he replied that “there is more than one aspect in assessing whether there is climate change, so there is not a simple answer to your question. That’s more a policy question.”

“There’s no political agenda on our end,” Itsweire added. “We’re just a research agency trying to get the best ideas to understand the complicated system we live in.”

However, merely increasing scientific knowledge about the Earth’s complex climate system is not the only goal of the $18 million federally funded study, according to NSF’s own request for bids, which are due December 23. The results will be used to “effectively translate climate predictions and associated uncertainties into the scientific basis for policy and management decisions related to human interventions and adaptation to the projected impacts of climate change.”

NSF, which has a $6.8 billion budget, is an independent, federally funded agency dedicated to the promotion of scientific progress.

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In my eyes, the second-to-last paragraph tells me ALL I need to know about this boondoggle. In order to get the funding, the “independent” NSF will be REQUIRED to come up with the “unbiased” findings the administration WANTS it to come up with.

$ 18 million to study a non-existent problem. Only in America, founded by geniuses, managed by morons would THIS be considered ” scientific”.

The contents of the LAST sentence is the cherry on top of the shit sundae:  “NSF, which has a $6.8 billion budget, is an independent, federally funded agency dedicated to the promotion of scientific progress.” Not with THIS bunch it isn’t. Try AGENDA ADVANCEMENT. In spite of the facts.

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Clyde

 

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6 Responses to From The “How Can We Fool Them” File.

  1. Buck says:

    I didn’t know the Chicken Little Syndrome was at epidemic proportions…

  2. Mrs AL says:

    Now let’s be fair, Clyde the last sentence does use the word “progress.” And we all know what that means today, eh?

  3. Terry says:

    Now if that study found that there is NO GLOBAL WARMING, it would be $18 million well spent.

    But of course, we would NEVER hear of those findings.