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Feb 18, 2016
Looks like the mainstream in some outlets is turning against the climate cult, Koonin was an Obama advisor and is not a "climate change denier".

The climate cult led by the Swedish omen Greta thunberg sponsored by big banks and corporate groups is basically for profit, it’s a way for central banks to justify printing more money and handing it to the ruling class for climate projects, so much for central bank independence.
Its also a great excuse to justify migrants, climate asylum seekers, again big business wants large populations for profits via consuming pointless products, it also justifies a whole host of other authoritarian measures, wars are becoming more difficult to justify so we are now using viruses and climate hysteria.
It’s market making/creation, it’s estimated that up 30-40 trillion can be added to the global economy with this new green hysteria.

Every measure the ruling class take during these "emergencies" always results in more top down control and profit for the ruling class, as usual we are told it’s all for us.

Most adults I speak to couldn’t care less about this climate hysteria, they are however targeting kids relentlessly and it will have an effect.

It’s behind a paywall, can someone can unlock it with a link?

Barack Obama is one of many who have declared an “epistemological crisis,” in which our society is losing its handle on something called truth.

Thus an interesting experiment will be his and other Democrats’ response to a book by Steven Koonin, who was chief scientist of the Obama Energy Department. Mr. Koonin argues not against current climate science but that what the media and politicians and activists say about climate science has drifted so far out of touch with the actual science as to be absurdly, demonstrably false.

This is not an altogether innocent drifting, he points out in a videoconference interview from his home in Cold Spring, N.Y. In 2019 a report by the presidents of the National Academies of Sciences claimed the “magnitude and frequency of certain extreme events are increasing.” The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which is deemed to compile the best science, says all such claims should be treated with “low confidence.”

In 2017 the U.S. government’s Climate Science Special Report claimed that, in the lower 48 states, the “number of high temperature records set in the past two decades far exceeds the number of low temperature records.” On closer inspection, that’s because there’s been no increase in the rate of new record highs since 1900, only a decline in the number of new lows.

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