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Climategate propaganda and the 2016 election bots public opinion manipulation WRT
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basically what we saw with the manufactured climategate scandal was a test run for the 2016 election

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I had this pegged in the middle of 2016

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Public Comments to the Federal Communications Commission About Net Neutrality Contain Many Inaccuracies and Duplicates

Fully 57% of comments used temporary or duplicate email addresses, and seven popular comments accounted for 38% of all submissions

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Fake news, hacked mail, alternative facts – that’s old hat for climate scientists

Quote:Stir up hate, destroy discourse, make insane claims until no one can distinguish the most bizarre absurdity from the truth any more.






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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:15 AM)
Quote:Stir up hate, destroy discourse, make insane claims until no one can distinguish the most bizarre absurdity from the truth any more.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:15 AM)
Fake news, hacked mail, alternative facts – that’s old hat for climate scientists

Quote:Stir up hate, destroy discourse, make insane claims until no one can distinguish the most bizarre absurdity from the truth any more.






more:
http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/arc...cientists/


that's what the trumpidiots try to do at the LOP Jhikpghf
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Smell the desperation.

Still trying to sweep climategate under the carpet? Too late.
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oh goodness!
a tard responds..


well it's like this:

While you were sleeping the world has heated to a point where your botlike spineless accusations about communists running the science community's climate warming hoax agenda and other associated mindfuckery are being tossed out the window by the majority of feeling thinking humans on this planet.

Climategate has been so thoroughly debunked and now finally put into perspective even though it already has been a long time ago and many times since, recent social media and other underhanded public opinion maleficence like the net neutrality decision and the election psyop.

Quote:A. A. Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale University Project on Climate Change, and colleagues found in 2010 that:

Climategate had a significant effect on public beliefs in global warming and trust in scientists. The loss of trust in scientists, however, was primarily among individuals with a strongly individualistic worldview or politically conservative ideology. Nonetheless, Americans overall continue to trust scientists more than other sources of information about global warming.
— [6]

In late 2011, Steven F. Hayward wrote that "Climategate did for the global warming controversy what the Pentagon Papers did for the Vietnam war 40 years ago: It changed the narrative decisively."[143] An editorial in Nature said that many in the media "were led by the nose, by those with a clear agenda, to a sizzling scandal that steadily defused as the true facts and context were made clear."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climatic_R...al_fallout


Exposed: How world leaders were duped into investing billions over manipulated global warming data

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...-data.html

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Quote:The Independent Press Standards Organisation has upheld a complaint against this article. IPSO's adjudication is as follows:

Following an article published on 5 February 2017 in the Mail on Sunday, headlined 'EXPOSED How world leaders were duped over global warming', Bob Ward complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation that the newspaper had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors' Code of Practice. IPSO upheld the complaint and has required the Mail on Sunday to publish this decision as a remedy to the breach.

The article reported on claims made by Dr John Bates, a climate scientist formerly employed at the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), about a paper published in the journal Science that suggested that there had been no 'pause' in global warming in the 2000s. Dr Bates had published a blog criticising the way the data used for the paper had been analysed and archived. The article detailed at length the complainant's concerns with the data; it then characterised them as demonstrating 'irrefutable evidence' that the paper had been based upon 'misleading, unverified data'.

The article was illustrated with a graph. It plotted a red line, described as 'the 'adjusted' and unreliable sea data cited in the flawed 'Pausebuster' paper', and a blue line, described as 'the UK Met Office's independently verified record', which it said 'showed lower monthly readings and a shallower recent warming trend'. A note at the base of the graph stated that '0 represents 14°C'.

The complainant said that the significance of Dr Bates' concerns about the archiving procedures had been misrepresented in the article, and the newspaper had taken no steps to establish the veracity of Dr Bates' claims. World leaders had not been 'duped', as the headline said, and there was no 'irrefutable evidence' that the paper was based on 'misleading, unverified data', as the article had claimed.

The newspaper said that Dr Bates had shown it examples of both fully archived climate data and the less detailed version used for the paper; putting raw data on a website is not the same thing as full data archiving; therefore the evidence that the paper's data was unverified and misleading, was 'irrefutable'.

The Committee emphasised that its central concern was whether the article had accurately reported Dr Bates' concerns. It decided that the newspaper's claims that Dr Bates' testimony had provided 'irrefutable evidence' that the paper had been based on 'misleading, 'unverified' data', leading – as the headline claimed – to world leaders being 'duped' over global warming, and 'convinced' to invest billions in climate change, went much further than the concerns which Dr Bates had detailed in his blog or in the interview; they did not represent criticisms of the data collection process, but rather, were assertions of fact that the data had been demonstrated conclusively to be wrong and had a significant impact on the decision making of world leaders, with an additional implication this had been part of a wilful attempt to deceive.

The article claimed that because of the NOAA's 'failure to 'archive' the data, 'its results can never be verified'. The Committee did not consider that the article had made sufficiently clear that the failure to archive, had been a failure to archive the data through a particular method, and that the data had been made publicly available. In characterising Dr Bates' claims in this way the newspaper had failed to take care over the accuracy of the article, in breach of Clause 1 (i) and had then failed to correct these significantly misleading statements, in breach of Clause 1 (ii).

The graph which accompanied the article had provided a visual illustration of the newspaper's contention regarding the difference between the 'flawed' NOAA data and other, 'verified', data. The newspaper's failure to plot the lines correctly represented a breach of Clause 1 (i), and there had been a further failure to correct the significantly misleading impression created as a result. There was a further breach of Clause 1 on this point.

this failed attempt to corrupt peoples minds on the subject is still being pushed relentlessly like climategate.. but that is climate.

Significant is the connection to it and Trump and methodology.. the psychology and the interference... the goal and the people that benefit from the mass confusion are the same.

Time to think a little more clearly on the bigger picture . you know bcaus


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political conspiracy imagined?

doomed

sleepwalkers.
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removing favorable or supportive guest posts now, eh?
how very sporting of you GL
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So... six more pages of you talking to yourself is what your saying. chuckle
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 07:58 AM)
So... six more pages of you talking to yourself is what your saying. chuckle

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 07:59 AM)
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So... six more pages of you talking to yourself is what your saying. chuckle

*you're

Don't want the spelling gestapo to get their panties in a was...

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Lmao f*#k this fone
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Quote:Some creationists reject the notion of psychiatric conditions because they think that mental illness is a form of satanic contamination of an immaterial soul and scoff at mainstream treatments do not involve a scriptural perspective on original sin. Some people who embrace alternative medicine or new age belief systems think that depression is just a result of too much negative energy and that if they just think positively or take homeopathy, they will attract good things in life. Even some secular atheists have jumped on the anti-psychiatry train, either by shrieking about “reductionism” or buying into irrational and evidence-free conspiracy theories about how psychiatrists supposedly regularly kidnap, torture and murder their patients.

Robert Whitaker is an anti-psychiatry journalist and author who has written many articles and books arguing against mainstream psychiatry, including a paper in the bottom-of-the-barrel quack journal Medical Hypotheses that was not peer-reviewed at the time. His general approach is to mischaracterize how modern psychiatry looks at the causes of mental illness and spread misinformation about psychiatric medications by misusing old studies while ignoring their flaws and ignoring hundreds of studies that contradicts him.

E. Fuller Torrey is an American psychiatrist with a special research focus on schizophrenia. He runs Stanley Medical Research Institute and founded Treatment Advocacy Center. A while back Torrey wrote a scathing review of the latest anti-psychiatry book written by Whitaker. That review, called Anatomy of a Non-Epidemic: How Robert Whitaker Got It Wrong, will be discussed in additional detail in this post, because it is one of the best refutations of anti-psychiatry claims available on the Internet.

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https://debunkingdenialism.com/2016/08/0...-epidemic/
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 03:00 AM)
Smell the desperation.

Still trying to sweep climategate under the carpet? Too late.

Anti-firearm Australian, paedophillic sunny fellows take social justice into consideration when calculating Al Gore Woooooooooooooooooo....









Annnnnnnd IT'S STILL POSTING WIBBLY WOBBLY Doooooooom derp CHARTS!!! Jptdknpa
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