Joe Bastardi: Evidence That Demands a Verdict — Dismantling the EPA’s extremist views regarding CO2

Meteorologist Joe Bastardi writes at Patriot Post:

There are three lines of evidence the EPA uses to back their environmental policies.

1. Greenhouse Gas Trapping Hot Spot Theory.

2. The so-called unusual rise in GAST (Globally Averaged Surface Temperatures).

3. Assumed validity of climate models, used for policy analysis purposes. (See, for example, SOUTHEASTERN LEGAL FOUNDATION, INC., ET AL., Petitioners, v. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ET AL. Nos. 12-1268, 12-1269, 12-1272.)

One at a time, let’s show why they don’t have a leg to stand on.

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4 thoughts on “Joe Bastardi: Evidence That Demands a Verdict — Dismantling the EPA’s extremist views regarding CO2”

  1. Howdy Jake42
    The scientists in climate do show their work. People like Hansen and Mann and the team at East Anglia have painted the entire discipline in ugly colors — and then we have the Bastardis and the Pielkes.

  2. If the details are secret, it ain’t science. Newton, Kepler, Darwin and Pastor didn’t ask us to take their word for it. Real scientists reveal how they came to their conclusions, describing the entire process in great detail. If climatologists ever become forthright with their work, I might take them seriously. Until then, “trust me, I’m a climate scientist” is only a bad joke.

  3. Each article like this makes it harder to believe that the Gores, Hansens and Manns – and the Obamas and McCarthys – are simply mistaken. More and more, the CAGW leadership look like deliberately deceptive social and economic vandals. How does someone get the EPA CO2 endangerment into court for an evaluation on its facts?

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