We all know what Western academia has been pushing for a while but look who’s buying now — children, gluing themselves to famous paintings of old masters. This is just one manifestation of what we call, Global Warming Syndrome. It’s rather telling too in exposing the true natures of Hot World fabulists, i.e., their need to attack creators of value.
‘Global Warming’ (GW) is an invention of Western academia. AGW began as the simple hypothesis that we anthropoi (the “A” in “AGW”) are raising temperatures around the globe by releasing our CO₂ into the atmosphere.
Despite spending and essentially wasting billions of dollars in grant money to Academia, the AGW hypothesis has yet to be scientifically proven. Any serious scientific skeptic easily sees that nothing is happening now that is any different than what has happened in the past and in some instances, not so long ago but in all events, long before the modern age. Politically however, DC/Eurocommies have nevertheless used their ‘climate change’ hoax to beat up on Americanism in the UN and at state elections back home.
How about the benefits of modernity? To the many benefits we could mention and would fight like Greeks to avoid giving up we should add, Making the World Green Again! We can see that from space.
Moreover, no one need feel guilty about greening the globe. At least, not any scientist with an appreciation for the scientific method. “I have always had a strong belief in the scientific method that I was taught,” says Adam Riess. “[Y]ou do an experiment to test a hypothesis and if the data doesn’t fit (and you can confirm the data), you must revise the hypothesis. This is what makes science different and more capable of explaining the natural world than religion or politics where you hold to your beliefs.”
The simple fact of the matter is, the AGW hypothesis fails the scientific method because the null hypothesis, that all global warming can be explained by natural causes, cannot be rejected. AGW is an emotional trope designed for mind control and manipulation. That’s the science. Everything else is what we call, superstition, ignorance, faith (religion), politics, quackery, fraud, misconceptions, maliciousness, tomfoolery, jingle-jangle fallacies, art or perhaps, just nuts.
Clay Stone (City Slickers, 1991) wouldn’t need a PhD to know that, scientifically speaking, the AGW hypothesis, no matter how much you want to believe it, is as ‘worthless as hen sh*t on a pump handle.’ It could however make wealthy and hypocritical feckless malcontents fly a private jet to France for a visit to the Musee du Louvre and glue their hands to the Mona Lisa.