At Globalchange.gov, a Federal Advisory Committee called The National Climate Assessment and Development Advisory Committee (NCADAC) is boasting of their climate report. In the upper right corner of the webpage, the motto is written: “Thirteen Agencies, One Vision: Empower the Nation with Global Change Science.”
You know what that means; the Obama Administration is about to force down Americans’ throats its belief in global warming and the attendant changes that must be made because of their manufactured crisis. For goodness sake, they’re even blaming Superstorm Sandy on global warming, for as we all know, there have never been hurricanes in all of recorded history that even came close to Sandy’s fury.
So pardon us if we’re a little suspicious of the members who contributed to this “report.” Let’s just take a look at the NCASDAC’s chair, two vice-chairs, and ten executive secretariat members.
Chair: Jerry Melillo. “But project leader Jerry Melillo of MBL said this study demonstrates for the first time that global warming would also be likely to increase the carbon storing potential of trees, by speeding up nitrogen cycling in the forest.”
Vice-Chair:Terese Richmond: wrote Leveraging SEPA to Promote Green-Friendly Development.
Vice-Chair: Gary Yohe: joined an Open Letter from Scientists in the United States on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Errors Contained in the Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007, in which this was said:
Many in the popular press and other media, as well as some in the halls of Congress, are seizing on a few errors that have been found in the Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in an attempt to discredit the entire report. None of the handful of mis-statements (out of hundreds and hundreds of unchallenged statements) remotely undermines the conclusion that “warming of the climate system is unequivocal.”
Executive Secretariat members:
James Buizer, an advisory board member for Planet Forward, which advertised itself as Planet Forward - Exploring Real-World Solutions to the Energy and Climate Change Crisis.
David Gustafson, who said that efforts to mitigate the effect of greenhouse gas emissions were “growing increasingly dim.”
Sharon Hays, who said that climate change of the past 50 years is “primarily caused by human activity.”
Thomas Karl, Susanne Moser, Richard Moss, and Andrew Rosenberg, all of whom have been connected to the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the same organization that won the 2007 Nobel peace prize with Al Gore for its work that among other things, warned of global warming.
Jo-Ann Leong, part of the team that contributed to the report Global Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the United States National Climate Assessment.
Anyone see the stacking of the deck here? We’re about to be bullied by scientists who are not interested in opposing viewpoints, and a president who empowers them.