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"Men in Black" The Cult of The Judges



PART 1 of 3


By Jon Christian Ryter
February 17, 2010

During the Bush-41 years British-born chemist Robert Watson, the head of NASA's "Mission to Planet Earth," program—like Al Gore, Jr., and Eugene TeSelle—was one of the early radical soothsayers of global warming during the mid-1980s. Watson grabbed Gore's attention when, during the 1992 Federal Coordinating Council on Science, Engineering and Technology Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine he said that the ozone crisis had reached such catastrophic levels that there was a genuine threat of an ozone hole in the atmosphere over Kennebunkport. Watson, who very much wanted to join the Clinton Administration, read Gore's pseudoscience ecoalarmist book, Earth in the Balance from which his equally fictitious, Nobel Prize winning documentary, An Inconvenient Truth (which Britain's equivalent to the US Supreme Court ruled it had to carry a warning label that the film was "...partisan political advocacy, not a factual representation of what was actually happening with the climate of the world" before it could be shown in any school in England) to make sure he was on the same page with the Vice President when they met for the first time.

Shortly after the Clintons arrived in Washington, DC, Vice President Al Gore pushed House Committee on Science, Space and Technology chairman George Brown, Jr. [D-for early hearings on global warning and ozone depletion. The two "expert" witnesses called were Watson and William Happer, Jr. the Director of Energy Research at the Department of Energy {DOE]. Happer was the most important Reagan-Bush carryover by the Clinton people because he was the most respected scientist in government. If Clinton wanted funding for the super-conducting super-collider they needed his credibility to get the money from Congress. As Brown's hearing progressed, Watson resorted to Gore-style fear-baiting, arguing before the committee that chloroflourocarbons were so deadly they needed to be banned worldwide. Watson insisted that chloroflourocarbons were burning holes in the ozone layer and would soon cause intense global warming sufficient enough to melt the ice caps in the South Pole. Watson cited estimates from unnamed and uncredentialed environmentalists that the depletion of ozone in the stratosphere ranged for 3% to 5% over the past dozen years.

When he testified, Happer presented documents for the Committee that clearly showed a political paradox was in play since the actual scientific measurements—not ecoalarmist speculation—showed that an entire century's worth of ozone depletion over the South Pole had been scientifically measured and recorded at less than 5/18th of 1%. Happer was branded as a heretic by the Gore ecoalarmists and, even though Clinton needed him to pitch Congress for the money to complete the super-conducting super-collider the White House needed, pressured by Gore, Clinton ordered O'Leary to fire him.

Global warming was the engine that fueled Gore a full decade before Clinton. And global warming would become the engine that drove the new Vice President in 1993 in part because he was frozen out of just about everything else. Hillary Clinton was determined to become the defacto Vice President. She even took his office in the White House and forced him to move his office to the Old Executive Office Building. Gore needed to find something else to occupy his time and attention.

Gore was content to save the world from man-made global warming. Only, man-made global warming was a myth. Gore had to know that the computer models the ecoalarmists used were fabricated. But like most zealots who are convinced they are right even when real science says they're wrong, the rules they play by let them fabricate whatever evidence they need to make them appear to be right. When Gore created his ecoalarmist documentary An Inconvenient Truth, he wanted to prove his bogus claims that the glaciers near the South Pole were melting an alarming rate, thus suggesting that as the ice shelves broke off and floated into the warmer waters of the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans, ocean levels would rise at least 20 feet in the foreseeable future due exclusively to the Antarctic and Greenland ice melts, and that people are already evacuating the Pacific island nations due to sea level rise.

Because there was no photographic evidence that large ice ledges were breaking off the continental ice shelf in Antarctica, Gore arranged with Lion's Gate™ and the Mark Gordon Company for the rights to use some footage from their apocalyptic environmental doomsday film, The Day After Tomorrow. The scene in An Inconvenient Truth that depict a large ledge breaking from continental ice shelf was really a large block of Styrofoam™ that appeared to be breaking off the Antarctic ice shelf and slipping off into the ocean.

In England, as in the United States and the other industrialized democracies, the public school systems are provided large financial grants for textbooks not only from the charitable foundations of large transnational corporations but also from the carbon fuel giants. The grants give the donors editorial rights to the textbooks they finance. When the ecoalarmist educators in England decided to bring An Inconvenient Truth into the British public school system, Stuart Dimmock, the father of two secondary school students objected to the school forcing his children to watch what he believed was pure fiction, filed suit on May 4, 2007. The film, he argued to the court, was full of ecoalarmist, political bias and factual errors about climate change. He further argued that the film should not be shown anywhere in England without a warning label pointing out the political bias and factual errors.

The court agreed and ordered the United Kingdom's Department of Education to attach the court's opinion to the video and require its reading before the video could be shown in any British school.


The nine errors the court recognized in Gore's claims were: [1] (Error: Gore asserted that a sea-level rise of up to 20 feet would be caused by melting ice sheets "in the near future." Judge: "This is distinctly alarmist, and will only occur after, and ever, millennia." [2] Error: Low-lying Pacific atolls have already been evacuated. Judge: There is no evidence of any evacuation having happened." [3] Error: The Gulf Stream, that warms up the Atlantic, would shut down. Judge: "It was very unlikely that the Gulf Stream would shut down in the future, though it might slow down." [4] Error: Graphs showing a rise in CO2 and the rise in temperature over a period of 650,000 years showed an "exact fit." [5] Error: The disappearance of snow on Mt. Kilimanjaro was due to global warming. Judge: "It cannot be established that the recession of snow on Mt. Kilimanjaro is attributable to human-induced climate change." [6] Error: The drying up of Lake Chad is a prime example of a catastrophic result of global warming. Judge: "Insufficient to establish the exact cause." (Author's note: The drying up of lakes and rivers, and the conversion of fertile lands into deserts is the direct result of the lack of carbon dioxide, When carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere, plantlife—even tundra—cannot produce oxygen, the byproduct of carbon dioxide which is the food plants eat.

Without oxygen to bond with hydrogen, rain will cease and the rivers and streams which feed the lakes of the land, will dry up—as will the lakes.) [7] Error: Hurricane Katrina was blamed on global warming. Judge: "There is insufficient evidence to show that." [8] Error: polar bears were being found that had actually drowned swimming long distances—up to 60 miles—to find the ice. Judge: "Only four polar bears have been found drowned, because of a storm." (Editor's note: Gore used the attached photo of what appears to be two polar bears stranded on a melting Arctic ice floe, suggesting the floe broke off from the continental ice shelf during the winter months as evidence that global warming would ultimately destroy the polar bear population.

Gore's advocacy suggested the photo was taken by Canadian environmentalists when it fact it was taken by an Australian marine biology student, Amanda Byrd on a field trip. The photo was taken in August—in the middle of the summer—when the fringes of the Arctic (not Antarctica) ice sheets melt each year regardless of whether or not we are in a hot or cool solar cycle. The ice floe, by the way, was within easy swimming distance of the polar ice shelf. The photo ended up in the Ottawa Citizen which first attributed it to Canadian environmentalists. It was then printed by the New York Times, the London Daily Mail and the Sydney, Australia Sunday Telegraph. Sanitized from fiction to fact, the photo was made for Gore. It didn't matter that it was not true. Four newspapers said it was. That was good enough for him.) [9] Error: Coral reefs were bleaching because of global warming and other factors. Judge: "Separating the impacts of stresses due to climate change from other stresses such as over-fishing and pollution, was difficult."

Creating the machine for the redistribution of wealth

Selecting the environment as his personal charge, Gore went about picking his team. Gore had already picked socialist eco-wacko Carol Browner (who was one of 14 leaders of the communist Commission for a Sustainable World Society when Obama tapped her as his Energy Czar) to head the EPA when he convinced Clinton to bring former US Senator Timothy Wirth on board. Wirth wanted the EPA slot. Gore wanted him as Energy Secretary. When word leaked out that Clinton planned to name Wirth to Energy, a delegation of Senators from both sides of the aisle called Clinton and told him to save the appointment for someone who could be confirmed. Wirth, they told him, was not that person. Clinton named him Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs—a job that did not require Senatorial vetting. It should have. Wirth, with help from Gore, was the primary author of the Kyoto Protocol.

Wirth, as Clinton's—or more appropriately—Gore's personal Undersecretary, together with Sen. John Heinz [R-PA] (the former husband of Theresa Heinz-Kerry) created what was initially going to be called "Project 88." It was the money baron's first attempt to enact the "Cap & Trade" concept to tax the emission of carbon dioxide in what would be a tax on every living person in the United States and, ultimately, a UN tax on the industrialized world. Project 88 was buried in the Clean Air Act Amendment of 1990. The law contained a provision that would allow industries in smog-layered industrialized states to purchase 'pollution credits" from the government. The total amount of "credits" given could not exceed the national "cap" on emissions. Thus, when one corporation purchased emissions credits, another corporation somewhere else lost them. Since purchasing carbon dioxide emission credits would be expensive, only the Fortune 500 companies could afford to buy them. This greatly raised the cost of production on small, family-owned businesses with carbon dioxide emission levels that are too high, but who can't afford to buy credits, forcing them to reduce production and lose market share to the transnational industrialists who produce far more pollutants but buy carbon credits that "ecologically erase" the affect of their smog by basically selling it to the emerging nations where smog doesn't count because even the world's most horrific ecoalarmists know that global warming and cooling (i.e., climate change) is not caused by carbon dioxide, it is caused by the solar cycles of the sun.

These cycles generally last about 11 years. About 80-years ago astro-scientists discovered that solar eruptions have an east-west orientation that reverses its magnetic polarity with each new cycle, creating what could be construed as a 22-year cycle rather than an 11-year cycle. When each new cycle begins it first impacts temperatures at either the North or South pole regions. At midpoint in the cycle (usually around 5 1/2 years) it impacts temperatures at the equator, warming the waters of the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico and creating "hurricane season." As the global warming gurus screamed that Hurricane Katina in 2005 was caused by man-made global warming, it was actually due to Solar Cycle 23 which began to die in Feb., 2007. The first signs of Cycle 24 were seen in June, 2007 with warmer temperatures at the North Pole. The ecoalarmists blamed that phase of climate change on man. In March, 2008, we reversed into Solar Cycle 24. Only, the massive solar eruptions that marked Solar Cycle 23 are thus far absent in Cycle 24. The Earth entered into what could be a decades-long cooling phase sometime in the 1950s, but its full impact was concealed by solar eruptions during two 11-year solar cycle that ended in 1975. By 1976 the ecoalarmists were screaming man-made "ice age!" and blaming it on carbon dioxide emissions.

Understand this: whether its global warming or global cooling, the climate change advocates will continue to claim that the culprit is carbon dioxide because the money that funds the global warming mantra knew rationing of crude oil, which they still insist, publicly, is a fossil fuel created from the decayed carcasses of dinosaurs, allow them to dramatically raise its price without public outcry. While the environmentalists decry "Big Oil," they are nevertheless funded, by the most part, by the same Seven Sisters whom they protest and denounce.

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Jon Christian Ryter is the pseudonym of a former newspaper reporter with the Parkersburg, WV Sentinel. He authored a syndicated newspaper column, Answers From The Bible, from the mid-1970s until 1985. Answers From The Bible was read weekly in many suburban markets in the United States.

Today, Jon is an advertising executive with the Washington Times. His website, has helped him establish a network of mid-to senior-level Washington insiders who now provide him with a steady stream of material for use both in his books and in the investigative reports that are found on his website.








Shortly after the Clintons arrived in Washington, DC, Vice President Al Gore pushed House Committee on Science, Space and Technology chairman George Brown, Jr. [D-for early hearings on global warning and ozone depletion.