Thanks mainly to a maniacal Algore and his mind-numbed robots (whom I will from hereon term “zittoheads” given the eco-friendly unwashed state of these idiots), most people think the planet is hurtling headlong into transforming into a ball of fire due to “global warming” caused by man’s use of fossil fuels.
But at least one scientist on Algore’s list of “qualified scientists” who agree with him actually was a “new Ice Age” proponent only 36 years ago. And he blamed the same culprit.
According to Investors.com, “On July 9, 1971, the [Washington] Post published a story headlined “U.S. Scientist Sees New Ice Age Coming.” It told of a prediction by NASA and Columbia University scientist S.I. Rasool. The culprit: man’s use of fossil fuels.”
The Investors.com tale spins this way: one of the folks who helped Rasool come to his “new Ice Age” conclusion was a computer scientist named Dr. James Hansen, who was apparently a Columbia University research assistant at the time.
Dr. Hansen’s views have run the gauntlet in the past 36 years, from a new Ice Age believer to someone who didn’t worry about fossil fuels affecting global temperatures, to his current position of being an Algore zittohead.
Yes, we all know scientific theories are supposed to be disprovable; no one ever expected, however, that scientists like Dr. Hansen would treat scientific theories like a game of hopscotch. Apparently his scientific positions change almost as rapidly as market research results.
Way to pick some “qualified scientific opinions” to form your mythical “consensus” there, Al! With buddies like Dr. James Hansen, your enemies can just stand on the sidelines and watch you and your convenient lie implode all on its own.
After all, as Investors.com opined, “If Hansen wants to change positions again, the time is now. With NASA having recently revised historical temperature data that Hansen himself compiled, the door has been opened for him to embrace the ice age projections of the early 1970s. Could be he’s feeling a little chill in the air again.”