Jennifer Marohasy Says ‘Global Warming’ Happened In Medieval Times
Global Warming, now termed “Climate Change” to appease the original flaws in the theory (cold weather), is being called out and challenged (bravely) once again. Any scientist who chooses to call out the concept of man-made global warming puts at risk their entire career and well-being. It is unlikely to end any differently for scientist Jennifer Marohasy, whose timely call out of global warming indoctrination falls squarely in line with the release of Al Gore’s latest fear mongering documentary, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.”
Who is Marohasy? She is a well-educated and deeply experienced climate scientist who contributes to climatelab.com.au. She has a BSc and a PhD from the University of Queensland. She’s been published in an array of high-brow publications (all of which can be sourced from Climate Lab). She says she’s been influenced by Thomas Kuhn’s work, who, by an unlikely coincidence, believes in the competitive nature of science as a good thing – a progressive concept. Unfortunately, climate science is considered “settled science” by world governments and infrastructures looking to cash in on geoengineering concepts. Being an outlier, as Marohasy is now, doesn’t always end so well. The elites of our world have large stakes in proposed green energy solutions.
Marohasy wrote a full rebuttal to the concept of climate change in The Spectator and she’s suddenly found herself in the cross hairs of the indoctrinated.
“Because after applying the latest big data technique to six 2,000 year-long proxy-temperature series we cannot confirm that recent warming is anything but natural – what might have occurred anyway, even if there was no industrial revolution.”
Now that is going to sting, no doubt about it. But such brave words resonate deeply with all the skeptics who remain as man-made climate change outliers. But things get worse for those who practice the faith of climate change. According to Marohasy, the earth was warming equally during the medieval era.
Typical of most such temperature series, it zigzags up and down while showing two rising trends: the first peaks about 1200 AD and corresponds with a period known as the Medieval Warm Period (MWP), while the second peaks in 1980 and then shows decline. …
There are, however, multiple lines of evidence indicating it was about a degree warmer across Europe during the MWP – corresponding with the 1200 AD rise in our Northern Hemisphere composite. In fact, there are oodles of published technical papers based on proxy records that provide a relatively warm temperature profile for this period.
I would like to take this opportunity to remind all my readers that medieval folks didn’t exactly drive Range Rovers to work and I am pretty sure they didn’t use Aquafina bottled waters or use air travel. At least, that’s my perspective on history, which in this day and age, who knows if I am falling into that skeptic’s outlier category once again.
And why is that these extreme leftist who push this global warming narrative are not afraid enough to take the bus? Or stop grilling? Why don’t the big companies who push for global warming laws and attempt to shut down anti-(man made)-global warming rhetoric allow their employees to work from home? Do they really need these enormous buildings that “eat away at our ozone layer and destroy our atmosphere?”
But Gore may have deeper issues than just Marohasy. After climatologist Roy W. Spencer, principal research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville published an Amazon book solely dedicated to calling out Gore’s documentary as “bad science,” Gore’s ticket sale numbers went on the decline. Spencer’s scathing review of Gore’s documentary is called “An Inconvenient Deception: How Al Gore Distorts Climate Science and Energy Policy.”
“After viewing Gore’s most recent movie, ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,’ and after reading the book version of the movie, I was more than a little astounded,” Mr. Spencer said on his blog, Global Warming. “The new movie and book are chock-full of bad science, bad policy, and factual errors.”
Gore’s sequel did $331,007 in revenue. His original documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” did $816,150 in the same launch weekend. Maybe this is a sign that people are waking up and realizing what’s happening?
With hurricane season in full-swing and winter coming, we can predictably expect a barrage of named storm coverage by the weather channel and of course, CNN. Because our survival, apparently, depended on naming snow storms that drop 3-inches of snow on Colombus, Ohio in January. It isn’t just green energy investors making a killing off of global warming rhetoric, the media has cashed in just as well. The synergy between green energy investors, corrupt politicians, and the media is like nothing the world has ever seen. And they do a great job at shutting down skeptics. Will Marohasy survive the inevitable onslaught of liberal stronghold media conglomerates roasting her? If they can subvert her article prior to mainstream audiences catching wind, they won’t have to. And that, my friends, is why we share this stuff with you all.
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Here is Marohasy talking about using artificial intelligence to predict rainfall in Australia. Doesn’t seem she’s exactly “anti-science,” as she is sure to be painted.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.