Questioning the settled science, or just the science.

Howard Hyde asks where is the science in climate science. From The American Thinker, Climate Change: Where is the Science?

Howard Hyde questions the ability of climate science to predict change and believes that a hypothesis or theory that doesn’t contain the elements to required for falsification, then the hypothesis or theory isn’t valid.

It doesn’t take a PhD to know what science is and isn’t; climate science as practiced by the IPCC, Al Gore and their fellow travelers does not qualify.


5 responses to “Questioning the settled science, or just the science.

  1. If an explanation for a natural phenomenon does not include the possibility of independent testing and verification through experiment, then it is not science; it is mythology.
    Data that has to be ‘adjusted’ is no longer data; it is mendacity.

  2. “Settled science” is code words for lucrative federal research grants for false government propaganda:

    Climate change is caused by a force frightened world leaders agreed to hide from the public in 1945.

    The US National Academy of Sciences betrayed the American public after WWII, when frightened world leaders united nations (UN) and national academies of science (NAS) into a giant, worldwide “Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Scientific Truths” on 24 Oct 1945.

    My research mentor, the late Dr. Paul Kazuo Kuroda, probably risked his life by retaining possession of Japan’s atomic bomb design for fifty-seven years,

    to prevent the growth of this sinister and dishonest side of post-WWII consensus science:

    The US National Academy of Science confirms its continuing dishonesty by refusing to address or debate precise experimental evidence,

    “The Sun’s pulsar core made our elements, birthed the solar system, and sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system today!

  3. Too remote or also costly to attach to mains power?

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