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Retired climatology professor Tim Ball discusses the Climate Change fraud

March 20, 2017

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Retired professor of climatology and now Chairman of the Natural Resources Stewardship Project, Dr. Tim Ball, contends that climate data has been manipulated, and climate issues have focused on faulty computer modeling rather than empirical data.

In a scientific debate that’s become politicized, those who believe climate change/global warming is the result of man-made causes such as increased C02, accuse Ball of being a “climate change denier.” But when people find out the extent to which they’ve been deliberately deceived on these issues, such as when data has been fabricated or altered, “then, the credibility of science is going to go out the window,” he commented.

Ball is pleased that Pres. Trump is making changes to the EPA, with the goal of getting rid of political corruption, and using the environment as an agenda for control. He cited how diplomat Maurice Strong wrote Agenda 21, the UN environment program, which concerned precautionary approaches to climate change, and declared “you don’t need scientific certainty to act.” Ball believes that the climate variations we’re experiencing are part of natural earth and sun cycles, and that the sun is now in a low sunspot mode, which correlates with lower global temperatures. “The people I have faith in…in terms of the proper science, anticipate a cooling trend for at least 30-40 years,” he added.


From → World Watch

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