Global Warming Science:




[last update: 2010/11/30]



The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” (Franklin D. Roosevelt)




(For more info on William Gray see:




Fear-Mongering Media Distort Reality


Nov. 29, 2010: The Guardian (UK) (along with the BBC, one of the UK’s main reality distorters) said: “this weekend the Met Office warned that the rate of warming appears to be quickening.” []

However, the “Met Office warned” link that the Guardian provided leads to the following statements: “over the last decade the rate of warming has decreased.


Nov. 30, 2010: The Telegraph (UK) ran an article “Cancun climate change summit: scientists call for rationing in developed world.” [] In reality there was only one UK professor advocating this. “The article implies that rationing is being advocated by a collection of journal articles published by the Royal Society, but this is not the case. … It is highly misleading to suggest, as her article does, that this measure enjoys the support of “physicists and chemists from some of world’s most respected scientific institutions.” See: [] for the exposure of this media based distortion.




IPCC Head Says Fear Defines Danger


Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of the IPCC says that fear defines what’s dangerous. On Feb 16, 2009 he wrote the following on his blog: []


The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has as its central objective actions to avoid a level of human interference with the earth's climate system that could be termed as dangerous. … the definition of dangerous is not a scientific issue. It is something that involves a value judgement involving considerations of equity and basic ethics. ... And if human considerations were to be regarded as a dominant factor in defining what is dangerous then clearly the fear that grips several regions of the world should be treated as a defining criterion for what is dangerous. … Several poor communities totally dependent on rainfed agriculture, as well as those deprived of water essential for their basic biological needs are truly vulnerable. So also are residents of small island states, some prominent mega-deltas and low lying coastal areas which are already in a state of fear and pessimism about their future. Surely, what is dangerous should be defined on the basis of these very real human apprehensions.


So the IPCC and media alarmists create fear based on unrealistic climate projections (not based on actual data) and then Pachauri’s circular reasoning is that the fear defines what is dangerous!




Psychology and Fear


Psychologists have adopted the global warming fear mongering – it pays twice: first to help develop techniques to spread the fear and then again to help those suffering from the resulting anxiety.


Clive Hamilton, Professor of public ethics at the Australian National University, said the majority of the population is still in denial about the risks of climate change. He compared the situation to the psychology of the British and German populations before the Second World War and said the only way to make people change their behaviour is to "ramp up the fear factor."” []


According to the Washington Post: “For many children and young adults, global warming is the atomic bomb of today. … psychologists say they're seeing an increasing number of young patients preoccupied by a climactic Armageddon.” []


According to the New York Times: “For people who feel an acute unease about the future of the planet, a small but growing number of psychotherapists now offer a treatment designed to reduce worries as well as carbon footprints: ecopsychology.” []


And MSNBC: “Psychologists say eco-terrorism might be an extreme display of “eco-anxiety,” the new buzz word in mental health: An increasing number of people are literally worrying themselves sick over desperate scenarios of environmental catastrophe in their mind.Pickett specializes in treating eco-anxiety and sees up to 80 patients a month, all frantic about global warming. Other symptoms patients described to her include panic attacks, loss of appetite, irritability, and a "buzzing" under the skin — an eerie feeling that their cells are twitching. Treating the problem is becoming a booming business, with eco-therapists like Pickett charging up to $250 an hour for the service.” []


(For more info on psychology’s role see:




Fear Is Spreading to the Arctic


A British researcher is living with the Inughuit people in Greenland to document their disappearing language. November 2010: []


the tribe faces a new and unprecedented threat to their culture from global warming. "It is widely understood how global warming is threatening the natural environment but the Inughuit represent a bona fide example of how climate change impacts on local cultures. The threat of global warming to their traditional hunting life has left the Inughuit believing that their current settlements will not be here in 15 years' time, that people will relocate southwards, and will assimilate into a broader Inuit culture," wrote Leonard.


So the problem caused by global warming here isn’t a measurable attribute – it is fear that they will have to move.


(For info on the climate of Greenland see:




Global Warming Fear -> Totalitarian Society


Thus a pseudoscientific theory becomes part of the official creed which to a greater or lesser degree directs everybody’s action. Or the widespread dislike of the industrial civilization and a romantic yearning for country life … expressing not merely ultimate values but a whole host of beliefs about cause and effect which, once they have become ideals directing the activity of the whole community, must not be questioned.


That sounds like it was written about anthropogenic global warming. But it was F.A. Hayek from “The Road to Serfdom” written in 1944, in the chapter called “The End of Truth”. This book is about the rise of totalitarian societies.


The same chapter says: “Although the beliefs must be chosen for the people and imposed upon them, they must become their beliefs, a generally accepted creed which makes the individuals as far as possible act spontaneously in the way the planner wants.” Think green.


New York City Mayor Bloomberg almost threatens to kill CO2 emitters: “Bloomberg yesterday compared the scourge of global warming to the threat of terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Although it is a "long-term" fight, he said, reducing gas emissions may save the life of "everybody" on the planet, the same way that fighting terrorism and its proliferation saves lives in shorter terms. … "We should go after terrorists every place in this world, find them and kill them, plain and simple," he said. If weapons of mass destruction "get out of the hands of the countries that have them and get into the hands of terrorists, the potential is just mind-boggling," he added. And while global warming "is a much longer-term thing," he said, it "has all of the same potentials of destroying the planet that we live on. No scientist knows for sure what's going to happen, but you don't want to wait to find out."” []

(New York City is trying to emulate London in having the most surveillance cameras - see:  [] and [])


(For info on how the global warming fear came about see:


According to “The First Global Revolution” promoted by the Club of Rome: “It would seem that humans need a common motivation...either a real one or else one invented for the purpose....In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself. []

And: “Sacrilegious though this may sound, democracy is no longer well suited for the tasks ahead. The complexity and the technical nature of many of today’s problems do not always allow elected representatives to make competent decisions at the right time.” []


See also:




Greenpeace Hitler Youth: Totalitarian Vision





World Wildlife Fund: Be Very Afraid