Palin has been back in the spotlight to promote a new anti-climate change documentary, which she will be on a panel for following the screening early next month. Palin, who once described global warming as a “con job,” will be reacting to the premiere, along with a video reaction from Bill Nye, known as “The Science Guy.” Discussing the film, “Climate Hustle,” during an event in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Palin reportedly said Nye wasn’t even a scientist. “Bill Nye is as much a scientist as I am,” she said, according to The Hill. “He’s a kids’ show actor; he’s not a scientist.”
CNN: Palin, who was speaking at the Washington premiere of the anti-climate change film "Climate Hustle," targeted Nye during a rant against the "alarmism" of climate change activists...Palin urged parents to teach their children to "ask those questions and not just believe what Bill Nye the Science Guy is trying to tell them" about climate change. In "Climate Hustle," a clip of an interview with Nye is shown in which he seems to advocate investigating people who are responsible "for the introduction of this extreme doubt...about climate change." "I can see where people are very concerned about this and are pursuing criminal investigations as well as engaging in discussions line this," he says in the clip.
Bill Nye: 'People like Ms. Palin. People like Mr. Morano. They have children. They have grandchildren. So there right now not doing anything about the quality of life of their progeny.'
Sarah Palin: "Joining me now is producer of an upcoming outstanding documentary you will get to see Climate Hustle...I appreciate that that documentary will be made public of course. We look forward to seeing it."
Morano to Palin: "The film is going to document scientists like Dr. Judith Curry who are reexamining the evidence. They used to be in line with The UN and Al Gore they are coming over to skeptical. We have a Nobel prize winning scientist, we have French Socialists who have reversed himself, many of the left wing scientists, people who voted for Al Gore and Obama now saying the evidence is weakening."
Gov. Sarah Palin and Climate Depot editor Marc Morano get 'On Point' on One America News Network regarding President Obama's trip to Alaska. - Broadcast August 28, 2015
Morano to Palin: 'President Obama is coming to Alaska to use your state as a political prop in the run up the UN climate meeting in Paris in December. His legacy is his to sign a global warming treaty. Alaska is photo op. He want to be able to say when he goes to Paris to say he has seen firsthand the melting ice in Alaska. You guys are nothing but he poor victims of this propaganda campaign.'
Hulme: "January 12021, a new World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) climatological standard normal came into effect. The ‘present-day’ climate will now formally be represented by the meteorological statistics of the period 1991-2020, replacing those from 1961-1990. National Meteorological Agencies in member states are instructed to issue new standard normals for observing stations and for associated climatological products. Climate will ‘change’, one might say, in an instant; today, the world’s climate has ‘suddenly’ become nearly 0.5°C warmer. It is somewhat equivalent to re-setting Universal Time or adjusting the exact definition of a metre." ...
"So, what is the significance of the move to a new 1991-2020 WMO normal in January 2021? On the one hand, it is a pragmatic move to redefine ‘present-day’ climate for operational applications to that of the most recent 30-year period. On the other hand, it puts into play a third climatic baseline. Already existing is the ‘pre-industrial’ climate of the late nineteenth century and the ‘historic’ climate’ of 1961-1990, the latter about 0.3°C warmer than the former. And now there is the new ‘present-day’ climate of 1991-2020, in turn about 0.5°C warmer than the ‘historic climate’ of 1961-1990." ...
"Combining a climatic tolerance of 2°C—or indeed 1.5°C—with a pre-industrial baseline yields a very different climate target than, say, using a 1986-2005 baseline, the period widely adopted by IPCC AR5 Working Group I as their analytical baseline. The choices of both baseline and tolerance are politically charged. They carry significant implications for historic liability for emissions (La Rovere et al., 2002), for policy design (Millar et al., 2017) and for possible reparations (Roberts & Huq, 2015)."
Christopher Monckton: "At long last, following the warming effect of the El Niño of 2016, there are signs of a reasonably significant La Niña, which may well usher in another Pause in global temperature, which may even prove similar to the Great Pause that endured for 224 months from January 1997 to August 2015, during which a third of our entire industrial-era influence on global temperature drove a zero trend in global warming. ... As we come close to entering the la Niña, the trend in global mean surface temperature has already been zero for 5 years 4 months.
However, the new Pause is at a surface-temperature plateau 0.3 C° above the old Pause."
Scientists continued defying the “unprecedented” global warming narrative by publishing nearly 150 papers in 2020 that show large regions of the Earth (a) haven’t warmed in recent decades, (b) were as-warm or warmer within the last several centuries, and/or (c) were 1-7°C warmer than today just a few millennia ago.
Greanpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore: "What a farce the IPCC Paris Accord and all previous 'agreements' to reduce CO2 emissions have been. If only the collective billionaire-class would recognize that CO2 is entirely beneficial we could get on with making the world a better place."
Climate Depot's Marc Morano: "Get ready for more futility as the Green New Deal will continue meaningless 'climate action.'"