Canada’s green alarmist high priest has an article on his Foundation’s web site addressing ‘Selective Information Overload’. Or, in other words that anyone that calls BS about the ‘settled science’ of global warming is relying only on ‘selective information’.
This article is the first time in a very long time that the aging hippy has even deigned to acknowledge that not everyone believes in his favourite hoax. I think it is because the tide is turning and the warming hoaxers are very afraid that their pet project is going to be discovered for what it is. Many powerful and influential people have flown their flags with the warmers, and they are not going to like looking bad. That’s a problem for the high-priests Gore and Suzuki in particular. So let’s look at what this new article says about ‘selective information’ use.
Firstly, it’s funny how only those opposing Suzuki can be guilty of using ‘selective information’. He doesn’t address the examples of greens being selective about:
1) Antarctic ice melting = global warming, even when the ice mass is actually increasing year rapidly
2) Ethanol is a solution for carbon reduction, when in fact its not and does damage global food supply
3) That famous ‘hockey stick’ graph, that in fact has been proven fatally flawed
4) Any sign of warming ceased after 1998 and in fact cooling is the current trend
5) The sun and clouds are not accurately modeled in the alarmists theorums
6) The idea that consensus among agenda driven fund-hungry media whore ‘scientists’ means anything
I’ll not link to ‘selective information’ for the points above – use Google and see that it’s true for yourself. The information is out there, easily discovered – and that is what scares Suzuki most. There are many more examples of green nonsense, check out the best list of things caused by global warming – and try not to laugh.
"Scientific consensus does not mean we will always get the right answer.
But if I were to bet on an issue, I’d put my money on scientific
consensus over an observer’s hunch, a politician’s opinion, or a
business leader’s tip"
Note how he selectively glosses over the inconvenient truth that there is NO consensus, as witnessed earlier this month by the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change. Didn’t even mention that another scientific body exists that counters his own ideas. Selective, much? Consensus means nothing more than the political agendas of these ‘scientists’ have trumped proper scientific investigation.
Suzuki wants to rely on fake consensus over a layman’s hunch. Fair enough. My hunch is that Suzuki is old news. He burned his soft cuddly image when the totalitarian mask slipped. People are reading more and more counter-warming news and opinion, and asking good questions that Suzuki doesn’t want to even acknowledge, let alone address. He has become a liability for the greens (at least for now) and has practically disappeared for over a month. It will be interesting to see if the press are quite as ready to drink his kool-aid next time he ventures his hippy head out from under the rock he’s hiding under.
Ontario’s recent provincial budget ignored global warming as an issue; politicians and press are starting to suspect that the con is on and as soon as the tide of public opinion starts to turn they will turn like rabid dogs on those that have led the hoax. Using selective information is a two-way street, and Suzuki and company have been abusing it a lot more than the skeptics. When that news makes into the mainstream, the greens will have a very tough time.