Climate Alarmists Are Frantically Copying Scientific Data, Fearing Trump 'Book Burning'
Climate scientists are hastily compiling scientific data, under the misguided fear that a Donald Trump administration would erase it from existence. Apparently unable to understand how anyone could disagree with their rote conclusions about an impending catastrophe, these scientists actually fear that Trump would launch "a 21st century book burning."
"They have been salivating at the possibility of dismantling federal climate research programs for years," Mark Halpern, deputy director of the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, told the Washington Post. "It's not unreasonable to think they would want to take down the very data that they dispute."
"Scientists are right to preserve data and archive websites before those who want to dismantle federal climate change research programs storm the castle," Halpern declared.
Indeed, scientists are hastily attempting to preserve data, fearful of the impending Trump Dark Age. The University of Toronto is hosting a "Guerrilla Archiving Event," entitled "Saving Environmental Data from Trump." The website described the event as "a full day of hackathon activities in preparation for the Trump presidency" (emphasis added).
.... "scientists are copying data to prevent it from being destroyed under a Trump administration" as "a classic case of projection."
"Climate realists, who doubt the catastrophic predictions, love data, and insist that speculative computer models should submit to evidence, not the other way around," the professor declared. Rather, it is the alarmists themselves who dismiss climate data, he argued.
"It is the catasrophists who occupy federal agencies, in contrast, who insist we trust the models that predict (on average) twice the rate of warming that has actually occurred," Richards said.
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