TRILLIONS of PUBLIC Dollars Spent on Conclusions Reached Based Upon “Made Up Data.”


According to the IPCC, the oceans are by far the most “dominant” influence on global climate energy balance. No other influence even comes close.

Ocean warming dominates the increase in energy stored in the climate system, accounting for more than 90% of the energy accumulated between 1971 and 2010 (high confidence), with only about 1% stored in the atmosphere. On a global scale, the ocean warming is largest near the surface, and the upper 75 m warmed by 0.11 [0.09 to 0.13] °C per decade over the period 1971 to 2010. It is virtually certain that the upper ocean (0−700 m) warmed from 1971 to 2010, and it likely warmed between the 1870s and 1971. {1.1.2, Figure 1.2}

70%+ of the earth is covered in water. Ocean cycles like El Nino and La Nina define the variability is atmospheric temperatures, and are completely unrelated to CO2. With such a “dominant” role controlling/influencing the earth’s climate, one would think that the “expert scientists” would have impeccable data regarding the oceans/70%+ of the earth’s surface. Most importantly, the 70%+ covered by the oceans is uncorrupted by the urban heat island effect and other corrupting factors that plaque the ground measurements, so it is ideal data to use in climate models.

It turns out that the “expert scientists” literally “make up” the data (see introductory graphic). Taxpayers are literally being asked to spend trillions of dollars based upon models that use “made up” data. Unfortunately, that isn’t a joke. The total cost including direct, indirect and opportunity costs is simply staggering.

The Small Business Administration estimates that compliance with such regulations costs the U.S. economy more than $1.75 trillion per year — about 12%-14% of GDP, and half of the $3.456 trillion Washington is currently spending. The Competitive Enterprise Institute believes the annual cost is closer to $1.8 trillion when an estimated $55.4 billion regulatory administration and policing budget is included. CEI further observes that those regulation costs exceed 2008 corporate pretax profits of $1.436 trillion; tower over estimated individual income taxes of $936 billion by 87%; and reveal a federal government whose share of the entire economy reaches 35.5% when combined with federal 2010 spending outlays.

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