Fear prevents us from thinking.

The emotional panic that accompanies fear actually shuts down the prefrontal cortex, or the rational thinking part, of our brains.

A populace that stops thinking for itself is a populace that is easily led, easily manipulated and easily controlled.

Our leaders –those unseen, which reside high-above the puppets in elected office– rule by fear.

“Do exactly as we say, or the world could end.”

Noel Brown, 1989

Noel Brown, director of the New York office of the U.N. Environment Program (UNEP), said back in 1989 that governments had just a 10-year window of opportunity to solve the greenhouse effect before it goes beyond human control.

He said that entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000.

Also according to Brown, who was quoting eminent scientists of the time, coastal flooding and crop failures would create an exodus of ″eco- refugees,” threatening political chaos.

Excess carbon dioxide is pouring into the atmosphere because of humanity’s use of fossil fuels and burning of rain forests, said Brown. The atmosphere is retaining more heat than it radiates, much like a greenhouse. The most conservative scientific estimate that the Earth’s temperature will rise 1 to 7 degrees in the next 30 years, he claimed.

Well, Brown, it’s now been a full 32 years since you made those prophesies, and global temperatures, as measured by the satellites, have actually fallen below the levels they were in the late-1980s.

[Dr Roy Spencer]

Brown finished by saying that even the most conservative scientists ″already tell us there’s nothing we can do now to stop a change″ of about 3 degrees, and he concluded with a scripted oration about how all nations need to reduce the use of fossil fuels and slash their emissions of carbon dioxide–you know the one…

James Hansen, 2006

Often described as the father of the global warming, NASA’s James Hansen has made many a catastrophic climate claim over the decades.

“The greenhouse effect is here,” he confidently pronounced back on June 23, 1988 during his Congressional testimony on man-made global warming.

During that testimony, Hansen told the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee there is only a “1 percent chance” that he is wrong in blaming rising temperatures around the world on the buildup of man-made gases in the atmosphere.

And when asked in an interview in New York City in 1989, “If what you’re saying about the greenhouse effect is true, is anything going to look different down there in 20 years?” Hansen replied, “The West Side Highway will be under water. And there will be tape across the windows across the street because of high winds. And the same birds won’t be there. The trees in the median strip will change.”

By 2006, instead of admitting he maybe overegged the catastrophe a little, Hansen actually doubled-down.

As alarmists often do, Hansen simply pushed the doomsday date back a few years in the hope that no one would notice. He said in September, 2006 that the world now had a 10-year window of opportunity to take decisive action on global warming and avert a catastrophe.

Hansen pleaded with governments, imploring that they adopt an alternative scenario to keep carbon dioxide emission growth in check and limit the increase in global temperatures to 1 degree Celsius (1.8F).

“I think we have a very brief window of opportunity to deal with climate change … no longer than a decade, at the most,” he said at the Climate Change Research Conference in California’s state capital.

If the world continues with a “business as usual” scenario, Hansen said temperatures will rise by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius (3.6 to 7.2F) and “we will be producing a different planet.”

On that warmer planet, ice sheets would melt quickly, causing a rise in sea levels that would put most of Manhattan under water. Hansen used the old tricks of melting Arctic sea ice and a reduction in polar bear numbers to try and pile pressure on world governments: “It is not too late to save the Arctic, but it requires that we begin to slow carbon dioxide emissions this decade,” he said. 

Two years later, in 2008, Hansen was still at it, now claiming that the Arctic would be ice free by 2018.

Within just “5 to 10 years, the Arctic will be free of sea ice in the summer,” he announced.

Suffice it to say, Hansen was spouting more nonsense, and 10 years after he made his ice-free claim, Arctic sea ice volume was up 7 percent, and melting at the slowest rate on record:



And even today, as we approach the summer of 2021, Arctic Sea Ice volume today is doing just fine.

Levels are actually above those of the past few years, and the latest data point (May 23) shows thickness is holding at 5 meters across vast areas:


Hansen is considered the father of global warming.

And somehow, despite his decades of failed predictions, the man still holds credibility, he still has sway and say within the anthropgenic global warming field, and is still the poster child (or at least was until Greta Chunderberg came along) for rags such as The Guardian.

How anyone proved so wrong for so long can still garner the praise and accolades James Hansen does is testament to the agenda at play.

The political tool that is AGW will keep on rolling, for as long it’s needed, and the ever growing line of the poor and ill informed will continue following that Pied Piper into the Hamelin cave, where their self-respect and ability to think critically will never be seen again.

Hansen hasn’t been thrown under the bus because he is still toes the line, he still spouts the scripted narrative.

What do these guys have on him?

Or is it that he’s simply too proud to admit he got it wrong?

However, there is still time to save face, Hansen — but at 80 years old, you probably only have a 5 to 10 year window of opportunity to take decisive action.

Reject the manufactured fear.

Live free.

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