Monday, November 5, 2012

Cancel Your Business Week Subscription

This is why, if you are a subscriber or reader of Bloomburg Business Week, you should cancel your subscription and switch to another source of news. This is no global warming, not matter what the mainstream media tells you. It is the Big Lie.


TexasFred said...

It's NOT GloBull Warming... And DAMN, I am glad to see you back on the 'net!

Alan Caruba said...

Me, too! Thanks for your calls this past week.

Eddy Burke said...

I would cancel if I would have ever subscribed! :-)
There are many articles and blogposts about the storm and many that disprove the lie about global warming being the cause! It takes a bit of reading and research to find the truth.

Alan Caruba said...

@Eddie. I stopped subscribing to The Economist for the same reason. Too many liberal journalists are indifferent to the facts and feel it is their job to continue telling lies about global warming.

Eddy Burke said...

From my inbox this morning:


Martin Hoerling, who chairs the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s climate variability research program and oversees NOAA’s Climate Scene Investigators, debunked the assertion that global warming played a significant role in Hurricane Sandy.

“[N]either the frequency of tropical or extratropical cyclones over the North Atlantic are projected to appreciably change due to climate change, nor have there been indications of a change in their statistical behavior over this region in recent decades,” Hoerling told environmental writer Andrew Revkin.

Hoerling further explained, “In this case, the immediate cause is most likely little more than the coincidental alignment of a tropical storm with an extratropical storm. Both frequent the west Atlantic in October … nothing unusual with that. On rare occasions their timing is such as to result in an interaction which can lead to an extreme event along the eastern seaboard.”

“Great events, like this meteorological one, can happen with little cause(s),” Hoerling noted in the Huffington Post. “Individually, neither the tropical storm nor the extratropical storm that embraced it, were unusual. What makes this a rare, perhaps once in a lifetime event, is the fortuity of their timely (“untimely” as far as most are concerned who sit in harms way) intersection.”

The Huffington Post reported that Hoerling’s colleague Randall M. Dole said the convergence of events that made Sandy a superstorm was just “random bad luck.”

SOURCES: Dot Earth and Huffington Post

Ronbo said...

Thank goodness the New Media is up and running, so we can totally ignore the State Controlled Ministry of Propaganda and its numerous Big Lies.

Unknown said...

Bloomberg needs to tell us what the earth's temperature is supposed to be...good luck with that!