Whenever you are faced with an enemy intent on destroying you and your way of life, it's important to understand their mindset in order to find the best way to defeat them.
Can we ever get a straight answer on climate change? Are there people keeping that from happening? Joining us today is Calvin Beisner (cornwallalliance.org), Founder and National Spokesman at the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation. The media's reaction to the new IPCC report is, as per usual with the media, not consistent with reality. Science, along with the funding of it, has been skewed due to political correctness but Cal gives us the truth behind the ‘97% of scientists agree' mantra as well as predictive modeling – it's not what it seems. Close to everything that goes into pushing the man-made climate change agenda is built on a house of cards that alarmists are trying to keep from toppling over.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change or IPCC has issued a new report and the collective climate alarmists are doing what they always do – forecasting doom unless we do something drastic. John flies solo for today's podcast, looking at not only the latest climate code red but past predictions of planetary doom that have predictably gone unrealized. There is some sound science in the new report, but the media latch on to all of the dire and crazy predictions. John shows the severe cutbacks recommended in the report in order to save the planet. Politics has distorted the science so much so that we cannot even debate the reality of these cutbacks.
We are all doomed by 2030. No, I mean 2052. Wait a minute….2070?? Why do the goal posts on climate change's ultimate 'change-or-we-all-perish' date keep moving? Joining us today is Aaron Brown (reason.com), Statistics Instructor at NYU, who looks behind the panic to determine what's really going on. The prevailing focus seems to be on human-caused warming to the detriment of all other studies that say the opposite. This evokes a moral response and feeds the panic that it's all over in 12 years or so. John finishes out the podcast, calling on Professor Brown's statistical and financial knowledge, to ask about interest rates and inflation. Are we having 1970s déjà vu?