It’s time to call out the pretenders. The article attached to this blog tells us it is time to start asking some deep questions about the alarmists that have an agenda. The agenda is that gaining control over our economies is a factor of making energy so precious that the governments have to take control of them. They have to set up agency upon agency to regulate the way we do business, and make it so expensive that no one can build a business to employ citizens, pay taxes, and build wealth. That is the way our country has operated for more than 230 years. It is the way we built the greatest economy in the history of the world. Even though we are struggling at the moment, our GDP is still bigger than all the countries in the EU.
The IPCC and the East Anglia University Climate Research Unit (CRU), have been caught in another Email scandal trying to explain away the fact that since 1998 the climate data they have actually collected show that the climate has actually declined, and is expected to keep on declining until 2030. Their Emails talk about how they are going to spin these ACTUAL numbers and fudge the data to make their case. I am tired of being afraid to say something for fear of being called a denier of their theory, and that is just what it is, A THEORY based on computer generated numbers. There are no FACTS to prove their data, and where there is proof to negate it, they just ignore it. THIS IS POLITICAL, and the problems we are facing with Industrial Wind are just a part of it.
I think everyone last night heard the direction the current administration will continue to seek. That includes wind, solar and other “renewable” energy sources. They all come at a very high cost, and we who have been fighting the battle to keep our State the way we knew it, know just how insidious and wasteful Wind is to both our environment and our economy. If wind was viable, it wouldn’t need subsidies from the government. Spain and the EU are doing some serious evaluation of the strategy they took to some 25 years ago. For every job in the wind industry created, Spain lost 2.5 jobs in the other sectors, and it has driven their energy costs so high, it is bankrupting the industry there, and the government.
We have to stand up and make our opinions known and not be afraid to be called a denier, when denial is truly scientific. There are now 35,000 scientists that are questioning the 2,500 scientists from the IPCC and the East Anglia University Climate Research Unit (CRU). They make the argument that the Emails were “stolen” and should not be used against them. These are the same people that glorified WikiLeaks for their theft of thousands of documents that put our security at risk. I argue that this misguided assault on our energy system is far more dangerous than WikiLeaks. Read the article on ClimategateII and see just what we are facing. Then make sure you question the candidates running this fall and find out where they stand.