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"hubert lamb" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

08:14 min | 6 months ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"Welcome to the science podcasts for October two thousand twenty. I'm Sarah Crosby. Weekly feature the most interesting news and research published in science and the sister journals. First Up, we have staff writer, Paul Ryan, he talks about the. Rex Mission to. The asteroid venue. was has been there since two thousand eighteen and will finally a sample on October twentieth few weeks away. What have we learned so far? We also hear from researcher Hubert Lamb about a new treatment for Tinnitus. What used to be called ringing in the ears the team uses by modal stimulation, laying sounds in the ear and buzzes on the ton to change the brain and turn down the Tinnitus. Now, we have staff writer Paul Loosen. He wrote a story this week on a stack of papers published in science and science advances on the OH. Cyrus Rex Mission to the asteroid Banu Hi Paul Hello Okay on the podcast we last checked in omnia Cyrus Rex Mission in December twenty nineteen, the craft had been orbiting and surveying this asteroid for quite a while and some surprising things that popped out. For example, there are small ejection events, tiny rocks, jumping off the asteroid and surprisingly big boulders littering its surface, and that's meant a change to plans for a sampling from asteroid. What's changed about that? Paul before the spacecraft reached do they had thought it would look like this kind of. Plane like a beach was kind of the infamous term that Dante Lauretta. used. Had all these boulders kind of shocking. These polders are safety hazard and there's no spot that reached the criteria for a safe approach from the original plans. So they've had to reduce the area that they will sample by ten times. So much smaller sample area they had to pick a site they had to figure out if the crash could actually land there, but it hasn't happened yet. We're not there sampling is coming up in a few weeks October twentieth. In the meantime, we have this package of six papers. They tell them more detailed story of the asteroid surface. It's gravity or about these boulders what did you find particularly interesting in this in this new information about the asteroid one big question with sampling asteroid and bring it back to Earth is why are you spending one hundred million dollars to get a sample when we have all the stuff on earth we have tons of meteorites on earth kind of the volunteer sample return. These papers really show examples of several things that could be caught these samples that you just wouldn't be able to learn from a meteorite thing that really stands out to me the mess of carbonate veins in these boulders. At the parent body, the kind of planet testimony that venue Brokaw from once this major water system, Moeen through it as an ancient water world. When you save veins, you mean, there's just like you know what does that mean? Exactly this bright slash linear slash of mineral that deferring from the rest of the rock it's different than Iraq and you think it's made of something that indicates water y. so these carbonates are known to perform from water from hot water in precipitate out that water, you just don't get them. So the same things are evidence of water on Mars as well, and it's not just a little rock in of water it's like a little river of water. Yeah, so the ideas from meteorites they'd always, yeah, there's on these asteroids, but there's only little tiny pockets that don't around you know a couple of millimeters or something like that. But this is kind of showing that these. Mike had at least the parent body of Ben New had water flow in throughout the whole asteroid and probably a lot more water than once thought this definitely connects to the main this mission. What can we learn from asteroids that we can't learn for meteorites, but it also tells us something about the formation of the solar system. Then like what was going on way back when when we had has mills running around the have there's there's also the story of the Solar System? Merged even as Cyrus rex was launching, they realize that asteroids like Ben New Form Beyond Jupiter and migrate all the way in this is something only emerged meteoroid stays in the past decade realizing they have these two separate pools of asteroids and the samples from Ben you might be able to actually say if that's true does finding this carbonate, these veins of carbonate support the idea that asteroids delivered water to Earth definitely in this is a fairly well accepted ideal already with this further bolsters that claim provides institute remote-sensing evidence of Hey these probably had a lot of water. So maybe this was one source of the water it's not. Definitively rule something out because who knows. Yeah, it's definitely a major support for that one. Sad. But here is the boulders aren't the exact target for sampling was ours rex is not going to land on a boulder if it's just not possible, but we'll still be able to tell us more about these veins more about water content more about carbonates from the sampling that a new. Yes. So the this instrument that they used to detect this carbonate I that came from a close fly over the sampling site earlier surveys have shown that it's covered in carbonates. Or carbon burying molecule. So that could be like organic compounds like amino acids, other stuff stuff that they expected to see but there are signatures of that throughout the asteroid. So even the pebbles will have some stuff we mentioned earlier that the parameters for where the sampling can happen changed. Once the crafts had reached asteroid what are the risks here as we get closer to the date? Is there still big questions about whether this would be successful or or how much you can get the definitely they've created this hazard map. Of, the sampling sites, this kind of pure circle of green there's a chance they come in to this red area that is hazardous, and then the spacecraft students. Autonomous Louis will waive itself off and kind of retreat back testing that five meters away, or there's the chance says, hit a boulder a little bit and skews needs to press flat against the surface to be able to suck stuff up. So there's a chance that doesn't happen. They've the ability to says, and then try again at a backup site in January. If it doesn't work out. There is a chance that these boulders are very soft, but we don't want to find that out by landing something on them. You know they're really curious why they got what Ben will look like. So wrong what the surface would look like one of these papers try and figure that out and it finds that a lot of these boulders are so porous that they're kind of fluffy. So they always look like what a beach might look like in the radar or infrared signal that they got. Of Ben who explains why they had this kind of signal suggesting a beach the spacecraft could probably crush these borders if rammed into them, but they don't WanNa do that. That makes sense. So l know how much they got, but we're GONNA have to wait for the analysis for quite a bit. It's due to arrive in twenty, twenty three in Utah. We should mention why it's autonomously sampling to near Earth asteroid but right now it's not near Earth and it's much farther than Mars from Earth right now, there's a about an eighteen minute lag between what happens there and wheel here. So all has to be done a ton misleading because of that is there anything else you think we could learn from the sampling? There's the question of these one of the sources of life, this kind of chemistry and that was going on in the. Early Solar System for these organic molecules that men were delivered to Earth. Maybe there's some way of teasing out what this looks like for the altered on impact with Earth could be something that holy surprising when you get those samples back. All right thank you so much Paul. Thank you haul in as a staff writer for science you can find a link to his story and the related papers and science and science advances at science mag dot org slash podcast. Stay tuned for an.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Future today some of our live shows are screen screen in hd on twitter please follow and share at twitch dot L. Dot FM that's twitch DOT FM roads it. It's the earnest handcock. Show where we're going. There aren't any roads. Dr Timothy Balm against the wind temperature blizzard. Certain everything else. I mean you know this is weather as whether you know because of your time in the military there and you just saw the importance of it. Ah Man this is subordinate somebody. Neil non stupid needs to take care of his business. Yeah well of course once you start looking at it and start looking at it. Historically you see how the change in weather Co create changes in society and and all all of the things Changes that it triggered the change that caused the Agricultural Revolution in Europe that had to precede the the industrial revolution. You gotta you gotTa Create Surplus Food and surplus time so that people can move into the cities and the industrial revolution can occur. They'll they'll run us on same thing. Yeah well and but but as I said it was preceded by an agricultural revolution. The same thing happening in China China's China's the climate change as effective China and they're an increase their ability to produce food. So you're not just grambling from day to day for food would you got surplus food. And in that surplus time then you can advance your economy and advance yourself The big the big change in that was what's the course America. Because the people in England that were fighting the king and wanted a revolution and couldn't get it they moved to America Arca and and the American Revolution was in fact mostly created by British people that were fed up with the monarchy. Now I and I'm I'm still living under that here in Canada because I didn't get to vote for for the prime minister. My leader Because he's he's effectively a monarch and that's that's the difference and so on. The climate has always affected human history. And how are we behave and what food we can produce and so on you know one thing I would say one thing I wanna I wanNA ask. You is when you look at the monarchy monarchy in Great Britain you have enormous amounts of handwritten documentation of every temperature of everything of everything that they know. You got the Queen and advisors and they're looking at and they know they know how it's used in politics they know how it's going to be collect bison for the good of the state not the people they know so the documentation I would think that been made available in public part the record temperatures in Great Britain and stuff. What is this is really really only started in the late Sixties and Guy Of Hubert lamb discovered all of these records and and Started bringing them out and in fact I when I started my my doctoral theses I spent months with with lamb talking about this. But there's some some even better records that are really just be touched on for example In nineteen eighteen ninety five and I give a paper in Bologna in Italy and and there were a couple of guys. Son had started to look at the Vatican archives which are unbelievable all and then but to other countries one is Russia because it in the thousand. AD the ROMANOFF's which the ship course we're actually the the Vikings created Moscow and they created the Romanoff did a dynasty and they knew that they needed to monitor the weather and food production so they started to Russian chronicles so they started a thousand eighty. And you've got every year you've got the crop reports and the weather reports because that's what's important if you're going to control people you're going to know when there's going to be a harvest failure to get the troops in place to stop them. Rioting here we have on. I'm sorry I'm Freedoms Phoenix right now on the front page. Pope Declares Vatican secret archives. Not so secret secret anymore. This stuff you may start coming out you know. I doubt give what we really want to know. But this is you know okay before we run out of time all fasting team. We got to have you on more often. That's going to do but the one thing that I wanted to do is explain slapp suit now. SLAPP suit strategic lawsuit against public participation. This is a technique to shut you freaking up and they had guy sitting there waiting for somebody to come up like you to do this and they go ooh him and was go get him why well he did it. And he got a lot of attention and maize. Look bad and we're just GONNA go dump on them because we can and that's our modus operandi we're GONNA KICK ASS ask so the lawsuit was filed by whom they're representing. Who and where was it filed? And why because I figure if you you go after somebody in Canada a Canadian court that you said you violated somebody self esteem or something. Yeah lose I mean they just go after you but so tell me about so you know when you made this comment. How long did it take him to go after you? Who did it? Who is involved and walk us through the case really fast? Okay very quickly I. I got three lawsuits all from the same lawyer. All hired by members of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which is the group that have pushed the whole global warming agenda and The the first lawsuit I just said okay. I'll went through withdrawal what I wrote because my wife and I said we can't afford it it's the second lawsuit was from Andrew Weaver. WHO's the leader of the Green Party here in British Columbia now and he was the computer monitor? That did all the models that create this rubbish and So my wife and I said No. We're not going to get pushed around anymore. And so we legally fought back We spend and all of our savings very quickly but then we got donations to help fight the lawsuits. And how did you do nation star. No Way Dr After Ball. How did the donation start? You know how did you please help me or somebody champion dead or you're on your lawyer said I mean how a lawyer in England contacted me and said look You need to set up the website and get a pay pal account and get people to donate for for your legal fees. And so that's what happened but the biggest help I got was from a guy in New York who had a lot of money and He just contacted my lawyers. Who said give me a give me a business plan of what it's GonNa cost and he wrote a check for most of it and I'm so grateful for that because I certainly we couldn't? He met easily grateful that you did this so he could do it and yet some I mean there's always guys like that they don't count on but he is he's only common ever to me. Was Michael Manza Charlotte Lewis got to be exposed boom. Okay so you you you take on the guy. That did the graphing in Canada and man. That wasn't part of the so you had add three lawsuits. You fought two of them. I thought to yes and won. Both of them and one of them was with as I said this now. Green Party leader Peter Hearing in British Columbia and He was on four of the United Nations panels and their reports and Then within within wasn't nine days of getting that lawsuit I got the one from Michael Man because I made the presentation in Winnipeg of what he uh-huh. Okay now your wife you know. She reluctantly agreed. Okay Tamarin for retirement is not how I wanted to spend my retirement years or was she gets up. I mean you know how enthusiastic less she well. This was the issue we had to sit down. I had to sit down and say look. If we're going to fight this is gonNA take a lot of time and our money and I'm blessed with a wonderful wife in the family supported me but You know as I always say they. They paid the price for my principles but So what's what's that old comment about about behind every successful man. There's there's a quiet woman you know and So I yeah I couldn't couldn't have done it without no I'm hip. It's just going to be a good Christmas. Everybody coming together going. ooh Dad kick but man we go. We're we're going to applebees. Oh bees after this I mean you know what. Oh that as I said we we had to deal with it as a family because the family was affected affected in both ways of it hitting man but also adding to support me and pay the price for well. Hopefully you're made whole on this. Yes I want to hear more about the case itself and The argument and out for eight years. Just who's dragging this out. I'm sure you don't WanNa drag it not give it to drag drag it out. But once they see the check from the diem. It this is gonNA. We've got to hurry up and elect Hillary you know we'll be right field for all picture in the real estate market. Today is one of frustration. When you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would have you believe that everything is okay but the long-term trending on the real estate eight number say otherwise you're starting to see another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the residential market? So when you're ready to sell your house I can help. nope this is Donna. Hancock was silver lions realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home selling process.

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ninety there was a ground drawn by a gentleman I had the privilege of working with by the name of Hubert lamb and what he showed was a a warm period around a thousand eighty that was warmer than it is today and then the temperature declined down to sixteen eighty when it was much colder than it is today and then it's been warming since that time now that of course that warm during a thousand years ago contradicted what they were saying they were saying that all the world's warmer than it's ever been and people like me were saying well what what about this diagram what about these this all this data and and all the research that shows it was actually much warmer a thousand years ago and so and and I I a professor by the name of David demi he said I like I got an email from somebody pushing the false global warming thing and said we've got to get rid of that medieval warm period so they literally rewrote history the hockey stick was a deliberate creation using a couple of records which were we were we're told not to use their show that there was no temperature increase from for about a thousand years and then suddenly a dramatic upturn the blade of the hockey stick in the twentieth century and of course not the. that diagram just just a picture of it said that given the stuck in people's minds is subject symbolism of it many warming in the twentieth century this is proof humans are causing it dole hockey stick was false and by the way just to show you out fault it was the the blood the heart they handle the hockey stick is.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Nineteen ninety there was a ground drawn by a gentleman I had the privilege of working with by the name of Hubert lamb and what he showed was a a warm period around a thousand eighty that was warmer than it is today and then the temperature declined down to sixteen eighty one it was much colder than it is today and then it's been warming since that time of course that one thousand years ago contradicted what they were saying they were saying that all the world's warmer than it's ever been and people like me were saying well what what about this diagram what about these this all this data and and all the research that shows it was actually much warmer thousand years ago and so and and I I a professor by the name of David Danny he said I like I got an email from somebody pushing the false global warming thing we've got to get rid of that medieval warm period so they literally rewrote history the hockey stick was a deliberate creation using a couple of records which were we were we're told not to use their show that there was no temperature increase. about a thousand years and then suddenly a dramatic upturn the blade of the hockey stick in the twentieth century of course not the. that diagram just just a picture of it said that given the struck in people's minds and Saddam symbolism of it. the warming in the twentieth century this is perfumers are causing it. hockey skate was false and by the way just to show you out fault it was the black Dahlia they handle docu stickers tree rings the blade is how is instrumental records you will never ever use science put two lines on the ground. different sources of information. meanwhile it's fascinating. I want you to hold for just a minute I've got to do a quick commercial for a minute and then we're gonna come back I want to talk to you about global warming and eugenics you say there's a tie there I'd like to hear it when we come back in one minute. a long day you got ten interviews to do at best that's three hundred minutes because of course you have to seem interested in god for bid at a first impression creeps in your head you you've got a suppressant and just keep listening and. be honest what you're really looking forward today is five hours of your life right down the Crapper and thirty minutes of that is apt to be productive because you're not likely to get more than one good quality candidates well that's where zipper.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ball is the chief science adviser of the international clients science coalition coalition would make you think that there's more than one scientist that disagrees with a global warming hysteria we know that's not true there's total total consensus on it apparently except for this guy the doctor Timothy ball how are you Dr. and by the way the use of the word consensus tells you that it's political. there's no consensus in science so that that's wrong and by and by the way you mentioned Obama's waterfront property you could argue that both he and Al Gore went around telling the world the sea level was gonna rice which lowered the price of what is. alright here is gore button Malibu yeah yeah but they got twelve years before we all die. you know that I saw a story the doctor that there then we'll ran yesterday I think from the BBC that showed that a young people are having to go to now therapy sessions there there starting these group therapy sessions for people who are saying I don't know how to plan for my life because we only have twelve years to live. this is the most you're responsible and quite honestly evil thing but I have seen your freaking people out to the point to where they really truly believe in twelve years were all dead. yeah and then you can add to that that grant a sudden Berg appearing before the U. N. yesterday it's just that these are all examples of child abuse because when you start using children to push push your message I'm particularly a scientific message it shows you that it's not that it's inappropriate it's purely political. all right so let's start let's talk about a couple of things because I'm very concerned about Barack Obama's ocean front property in his island rate I'm being that that island floats so it just go up Wednesday at the top of the glass but have we seen the sea levels rise anything like predicted. no as they they will receive a level right is are are perfectly normal well well with the natural increase and and of course the most dramatic rise occurred about nine thousand years ago when the glaciers that form during the ice age the majority of the melted and I called about a four hundred and fifty foot increase to C. level in less than five thousand years since the in the last three thousand years there has been a gradual but very gradually two millimeters a year increase but that's again because the world continued to warm out of the last last ice age when all those glaciers though will melt in you know Alaska and every place online renewal and we're all dead yeah but but this is this is what what they're doing they're taking the volume of our bodies in those glaciers calculating how much water that is involved him and then adding that to the currency level that doesn't that's not the way it works at all because Alex Alex the ice melts but well first of all at least three quarters of the icing Greenland and Antarctica is already below sea level so it won't change the level at all and then are you X. water expands when it freezes by about seven percent so you can take another seven percent off of that yeah but you can't prove that with just a simple glass of water with ice in it. that's that's only something they were doing great eight I mean come on right right yeah. but then this is the this is the simplistic things that they do as I said just simply adding all out water to the currency level and then putting it out there and people like Al Gore they they should be held legally liable for the for their scientific license your talent I I think for the lives that they are destroying as well yeah I mean that people are just this is become a religion and it is frightening I don't know if you saw but NBC is now taking your claim it since you can confess your climate sins. to NBC for some reason you would think that they're the high priest of this but find this amazing. if I went on there is that my understanding is that I don't believe that humans are causing climate change send. yes it is nor is. I mean I believe that the climate is changing it from anything that I can read I don't know if I buy into all of the all of the numbers because the the numbers the way they if place these weather stations. is ridiculous some of them are on grooves some of them are in parking lots they don't have any in the mountains if I'm not mistaken I mean how do you know. well we don't know when and of course there if you look at all of their predictions are all based upon computer models there are built on the inadequate data so the problem starts even with the data to build the computer models on them when you run the computer models they make predictions while the computer model is designed so that if you increase yield to the temperature will go up but that doesn't happen in nature and all the records we have temperature increases before CO two so it's not surprising you if you program or act the computer what happens if I were in the camp or seal to close up they feel the temperature goes up but that's not the reality and if you look at every single forecast with every computer model there's been bit made by the U. N. since nineteen ninety every single one of them has been wrong I mean these are people that can't even forecast the weather for five days yeah they're telling you that you know with with absolute certainty what's going to happen nine fifty and a hundred years from now do you think we'll ever learn from the past I mean they've been doing this since the nineteen seventies and Paul Erlich was still some reason or another considered an expert on this they've been wrong every time when does this and when people finally say you know I think I'm being used. yeah well of course like created the first Earth Day and he did it on April the twenty second in nineteen seventy two well April twenty second happens to be Lenin's birthday and I should tell you everything about what was going on here if you if you want to push ahead and demand or force a world government all you gotta do is find something that threatens the whole world and say look no one nation can deal with it therefore we need a global government to deal with it that's what's going on and and and there's a said Ehrlich is still out there despite as as you said all of the protections he made on that original Earth Day in nineteen seventy two everyone of them has been wrong and in fact if you if you go down all of the items like desertification deforestation at all the way down the list there's simply no evidence or data to support any of them I've I've gone through every single one in fact I'm writing a book out are going to help you get out soon well I take all of these issues as they will what is your data there is no data. tell me about the date of the hockey stick because you prove that the hockey stick was bogus the guy took him to court and then wouldn't produce any data to be able to defend it and you said what if it's bogus I have to show you where your date is wrong so produce the data the judge threw the case out. yeah well what happened was and I had I had three lawsuits by the way and of course that raises questions about why it why am I up picked out in the entries because I'm qualified they can't see about qualified and also I and I can explain it ways people can understand but in answer to your question in the first IPCC reported nineteen ninety there was a ground drawn by a gentleman I had the privilege of working with by the name of Hubert lamb and what.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Ninety there was a ground drawn by a gentleman I had the privilege of working with by the name of Hubert lamb and what it showed was a a warm period around a thousand maybe that was warmer than it is today and then the temperature declined down to sixteen eighty when it was much colder than it is today and then it's been warming since that time now that of course that one three two thousand years ago contradicted what they were saying they were saying that all the world's warmer than it's ever been and people like me were saying well what what about this diagram what about these this all this data and and all the research that shows it was actually much warmer a thousand years ago and so and and a professor by the name of David demi he said I like I got an email from somebody pushing the false global warming thing and said we've got to get rid of that medieval warm period so they literally rewrote history the hockey stick was a deliberate creation using a couple of records which were we were we're told not to use their show that there was no temperature increase from for about a thousand years and then suddenly a dramatic upturn the blade of the hockey stick in the twentieth century of course not the. that diagram just just a picture of it said that given the stuck in people's minds is subject symbolism of it dramatic warming in the twentieth century this is proof humans are causing it dole hockey skates was false and by the way just to show you out false it was the the blood the heart they handle the hockey stick is.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KTOK

"Ninety there was a ground drawn by a gentleman I had the privilege of working with by the name of Hubert lamb and what it showed was a a warm period around a thousand eighty that was warmer than it is today and then the temperature declined younger sixteen eighty when it was much colder than it is today and then it's been warming since that time now that of course that one thousand years ago contradicted what they were saying they were saying that all the world's warmer than it's ever been and people like me were saying well what what about this diagram what about these this all this data and and all the research that shows it was actually much warmer thousand years ago and so and and a professor by the name of David gave me he said I like I got an email from somebody pushing the false global warming thing and said we've got to get rid of that medieval warm period so they literally rewrote history the hockey stick was a deliberate creation using a couple of records which were we were we're told not to use their show that there was no temperature increase for about a thousand years and then suddenly a dramatic upturn the blade of the hockey stick in the twentieth century of course not the. that diagram just just a picture of it said that given the struck in people's minds acidic symbolism of it dramatic warming in the twentieth century this is proof humans are causing it dole hockey skates was false and by the way just to show you out false it was the the blood the heart they handle the hockey stick is.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ninety there was a ground drawn by a gentleman I had the privilege of working with my name is Hubert lamb and bloody showed was a a warm period around a thousand eighty that was warmer than it is today and then the temperature to climb down to sixteen eighty when it was much colder than it is today and then it's been warming since that time of course that one three thousand years ago contradicted what they were saying they were saying that all the world's warmer than it's ever been and people like me were saying well what what about this diagram what about these this all this data and and all the research that shows it was actually much warmer thousand years ago and so and and perfect I I put pressure by the name of David gave me he said I like I got an email from somebody pushing the false global warming thing we've got to get rid of that medieval warm period so they literally rewrote history the hockey stick was a deliberate creation using a couple of. records which were we were we're told not to use their show that there was no temperature increase. about a thousand years and then suddenly a dramatic upturn the blade of the hockey stick in the twentieth century of course not the. that diagram just just a picture of it said that given the second people's minds is subject symbolism of it dramatic warming in the twentieth century this is perfumers are causing it the whole hockey stick was false and by the way just to show you out false it was the the blood the heart they handle docu stickers tree rings.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Right? I wanna play an audio cut from almost fifty years ago. Just for the heck of it. I happened to see it somebody posted on social media yesterday. And I said with all the talk going on, you know, in Costco, Cortez and the green new deal, and the fact that. We're going to boil the earth. Correct. Yes. Who used the word boil a couple of years ago who was those Obama wasn't Obama who said when he? Don't start having any any thoughts. Any good thoughts about getting air conditioning or or cars? No, no, no, no. The oceans will boil the oceans will boil. That's right. He said it in Africa. And you made the point the other day. I don't know how we got on it. You said what if Trump had said something like that think about that? Racist, Trump visited Africa? And then as he was leaving. Hey about to get on his massive because that's exactly the way the the the media would react. Now, he's going to get on a very comfortable huge airplane. That is designed just for really just for one person. And that that would have been, you know, the the never ending reaction by the media. Right. Can you imagine that was a Bama telling the the continent of Africa? Yeah. Yeah. You know? Look, you can't have you can't have what we have. Now, we're going to have to cut back, but you can't have air conditioning. You can't have cars, and you can't have all the modern things that we have we will boil we can have it. You can't have already got. He was also implying. We would have to cut back. Yes. Right. Yeah. That's actually going to have. It was just bizarre though. But I found this from the end of a Walter Cronkite broadcast of nineteen seventy-two you ready. Here we go where replacer Hubert lamb says that new ice ages creepy and over the northern hemisphere. Even then it won't be as bad as the last ice age sixty thousand years ago, then New York Cincinnati Saint Louis wrong under five thousand feet of ice. Traffic moved and school was out for the day. And that's the way it is Monday September eleventh nineteen seventy two. I played it for my own entertainment. I. Because that's where we were back then have an ice age. And there was the consensus was in an ice ages an ice ages coming. Yes. Did we ever get that is age? I thought we did because I went through the blizzard of seventy seven. Maybe maybe that was it. Yeah. It might have only lasted three days or that one winter of seventy seven seventy eight also that was also bad winter. Well, you know, we had our own version of the year without a summer there actually was a long ago a year with what they call it a year without a summer, but we it was early mid eighties. I can't remember what it was just a the mildest summer. I've ever experienced in Texas. We had one I remember in the northeast Ohio in the early nineties. I remember how cold it really never got normally as we get into the well into the eighties. There were just an enormous number of days where it was in the fifties and the sixties Dink it out of it. But yeah, you know, they did have you know, the one was it. Oh under the volcano, go off. And it was at the eighteen hundreds where they had the right? The way it was actually the year without a summer worldwide. Right. Right. Right. And that's in fact during that summer, that's when Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein. Yeah. That would contribute to it. Right. The gloominess. You just go, right, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, it could be Frankenstein, Frankenstein rockets. You. I wasn't on the Ritz. Does anybody have any idea what we're talking about? Yeah. They do. Very smart. No. Walk this way. He's help with the bags. Yeah. I'll get the blind. You get the rent. Why? Oh my gosh. Young man as just greatness, that's comedy great. Could you have it today? Or would that be too politically incorrect years, how many I mean how many lines forget about getting to blazing saddles? Approach. We we we have to stick with the young Frankenstein. And and just go through the lines on that on that movie. You're probably going to have. A ton of exacts with with with any studio pretty much say, no, you can't you can't have that line. And if you did you'd be trolled endlessly, gene wilder would be demonized. Oh, yeah. Richard Pryor would be demonized. Oh my goodness. Would be demonized. Yes, they all would for.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight six six ninety redeye I don't wanna play an audio cut from almost fifty years ago. Just for the heck of it. I happen to see it somebody posted on social media yesterday. And I said with all the talk going on, you know, in a Casio Cortez and the green new deal, and the fact that. We're going to boil the earth. Correct. Yes. Who use the word boil a couple years ago who was it? Those Obama was it Obama who said when he does. Don't start having any any thoughts and good thoughts about getting air conditioning or or cars. No, not the oceans will boil the oceans will boil. That's right. He said it in Africa. And you made the point the other day. I don't know how we got. You said what if Trump had said something like that think about that racist if Trump visited Africa and then as he was leaving? Hey about to get on his massive because that's exactly the way the the the media would react. Now, he's going to get on a very comfortable huge airplane. That is designed just for really just for one person. And that that would have been, you know, the the never ending reaction by the media. Right. Can you imagine that was a bomb telling the the continent of Africa? Yeah. Yeah. You know, look, you you can't have you can't have what we have. Now, we're going to have to cut back, but you can't have air conditioning. You can't have cars, and you can't have all the modern things that we have we. Boil we can have it. You can't have already got. He was also implying. We would have to cut back. Yes. Right. Yeah. That's actually going to have. It was just bizarre though. But I found this from the end of a Walter Cronkite broadcast nineteen seventy-two you ready. Aereo British professor Hubert lamb says that a new ice age is creeping over the northern hemisphere. Even then it won't be as bad as the last ice age sixty thousand years ago, then New York Cincinnati Saint Louis were under five thousand feet of ice. Presumably, no, traffic moved and school was let out for the day. And that's the way it is Monday September eleventh nineteen seventy two. All right. I played it for my own entertainment. I. Because that's where we were back then we have an ice age and there with the consensus was in an ice ages an ice ages coming. Yes. Do we ever get that is age? I thought we did because I went through the blizzard of seventy seven. Maybe maybe that was it. Yeah. It might have only lasted three days or that one winter of seventy seven seventy eight also that was also bad winter. Well, you know, we had own version of the year without a summer there actually was a long ago year with what they call it a year without a summer. But we it was early mid eighties. I can't remember what it was just a the mildest summer. I've ever experienced in Texas. We had one I remember in the northeast Ohio in the early nineties. I remember how cold it really never got normally as we get into the well into the eighties. All the time. There were just an enormous number of days were was in the fifties and sixties and didn't get out of it. But yeah. You know, they did have. The one was it. Oh. NFL go off, and it was at the eighteen hundreds where they had the the it was actually the year without a summer worldwide. Right. Right. Right. And that's in fact during that summer, that's when Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein. Yeah. That would contribute to it. Right. The gloominess just go, right, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, it could be Frankenstein Frankenstein. I wasn't on the Ritz. Does anybody have any idea what we're talking about? Yeah. They do. Smarter. No. Walk this way. Need some help with the bags? Yeah. I'll get the blind. You get the red hat. Why? My gosh. Young. Man as just greatness. That's comedy greatness. Could you have it today? Or would that be too politically incorrect years, how many I mean how many lines forget about getting the blazing saddles? We have to stick with the young Frankenstein. And and just go through the lines on that on that movie. And you're probably going to have a ton of exacts with with with any studio pretty much say, no, you can't you can't have that line. And if you did you'd be trolled endlessly, gene wilder would be demonized. Oh, yeah. Richard Pryor would be demonized would be demonized. Yes, they all would for.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight six ninety redeye I don't wanna play an audio cut from almost fifty years ago. Just for the heck of it. I happen to see it somebody posted on social media yesterday. And I said with all the talk going on, you know, in a Casio Cortez and the green new deal, and the fact that. You know, we're going to boil the earth. Correct. Yes. Who use the word boil a couple of years ago who was as Obama was it Obama who said when he? Acids. Don't start having a any any thoughts. Any good thoughts about getting air conditioning or or cars? No, no, no, no. The oceans will boil the oceans will boil. That's right. He said it in Africa. And you made the point the other day. I don't know how we got on it. You said what if Trump had said something like that think about that? Racist. If Trump visited Africa and then as he was leaving. Hey about to get on his massive because that's exactly the way the the the media would react. Now, he's going to get on a very comfortable huge airplane. That is designed just for really just for one person. And that that would have been, you know, the the never ending reaction by the media. Right. Can you imagine that was a Bama telling the the continent of Africa? Yeah. Yeah. You know? Look, you can't have you can't have what we have. Now, we're going to have to cut back, but you can't have air conditioning. You can't have cars, and you can't have all the modern things that we have weight. Boil we can have it. You can't have forty God. He was also implying. We would have to cut back on. That's right. Yeah. That's actually going to have. Right. It was it was just bizarre though. But I found this from the end of a Walter Cronkite broadcast of nineteen seventy-two you ready here we go. Hubert lamb says that a new ice age is creeping over the northern hemisphere. Even then it won't be as bad as the last ice age sixty thousand years ago, then New York Cincinnati sT, Louis wrong or five thousand feet of ice. Presumably, no, traffic moved and school was let out for the day. And that's the way it is Monday September eleventh nineteen seventy two. I played it from Ireland entertainment. I. Because that's where we were back. Then. Have an ice age and there with the consensus was in an ice ages an ice ages coming. Yes. Did we ever get that is age? I thought we did because I went through the blizzard of seventy seven. Maybe that was it. Yeah. It it might have only lasted three days or that one winter of seventy seven seventy eight also that was also bad winter. Well, you know, we had own version of the year without a summer there actually was a long ago a year with what they called it a year without a summer, but we it was early mid eighties. I can't remember what it was just a the mildest summer. I've ever experienced in Texas. We had one I remember in the northeast oh in the early nineties. I remember how cold really never got normally as it would get into the well into the eighties all the time. There were just an enormous number of days were was in the fifties and the sixties and didn't get out of it. But you know, they did have. You know, the one was it. Oh, did the NFL. Kaneohe go off. And there was at the eighteen hundreds where they had the right? The it was actually the year without a summer worldwide. Right. Right. Right. And that's in fact during that summer, that's when Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein. Yeah. That would contribute to it. Right. The gloominess just go, right, Frankenstein, Frankenstein, it could be Frankenstein Frankenstein. I does putting on the Ritz. Does anybody have any idea what we're talking about? Yeah. They do. No. Walk this way. Need some help with the bags? I'll get the blonde. You get the red hat. Wow. Oh my gosh. Young. Man. That's just greatness. That's comedy greatness. Could you have it today? Or would that be too politically incorrect years how many I mean how many lines forget about getting to blazing saddles approach that one? We we have to stick with the young Frankenstein. And and just go through the lines on that on that movie. And you're probably going to have. A ton of exacts with with with any studio pretty much say, no, you can't you can't have that liner there. And if you did you'd be trolled endlessly. Gene wilder would be demonized. Oh, yeah. Richard Pryor would be demonized. My goodness. Yes, they all would for.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Play an audio cut from almost fifty years ago. Just for the heck of it. I happen to see somebody posted on social media yesterday. And I said with all the talk going on, you know, in a Castro Cortez and the green new deal, and the fact that. You know, we're going to boil the earth. Correct. Yes. Who use the word boil a couple of years ago who was it that was Obama was it Obama who said? Don't start having any any thoughts and good thoughts about getting air conditioning or or cars. No, not on the oceans will boil the oceans will boil. That's right. He said in Africa, and you made the point the other day. I don't know how we got on it. You said what if Trump had said something like that think about that? Racist. If Trump visited Africa and then as he was leaving. Hey about to get on his massive because that's exactly the way that the the media would react. Now, he's going to get on a very comfortable huge airplane. That is designed just for really just for one person. And that that would have been, you know, the the never ending reaction by the media. Right. Can you imagine that was Obama telling the the continent of Africa? Yeah. Yeah. You know, look, you you can't have you can't have what we have. Now, we're going to have to cut back, but you can't have air conditioning. You can't have cars, and you can't have all the modern things that we have we will boil we can have it. You can't have got. He was also implying. We would have to cut back, right? Yeah. That's actually going to have. It was just bizarre though. But I found this from the end of a Walter Cronkite broadcast nineteen seventy-two you ready to go. Sir. Hubert lamb says that a new ice age is creeping over the northern hemisphere. Even then it won't be as bad as the last ice age sixty thousand years ago, then New York Cincinnati sT Louis wrong or five thousand feet of I presumably no traffic move and school was let out for the day. And that's the way it is Monday September eleventh nineteen seventy two. I played it for my own entertainment. I. Because that's where we were back then we have an ice age. And there was a consensus was in an ice ages an ice ages coming this. Did we ever get that is safe? I thought we did. Because the I went to the blizzard of seventy seven. Maybe that was it. Yeah. It might have only lasted three days or that one winter of seventy seven and seventy eight also that was also bad winter. Well, you know, we had our own version of the year without a summer there actually was a long ago a year with what they call it a year without a summer, but we it was early mid eighties. I can't remember what it was just a the mild summer. I've ever experienced in Texas. We had one I remember in the northeast oh in the early nineties. I remember how cold it really never got normally as we get into the well into the eighties. All the time. There were just an enormous number of days were was in the fifties and the sixties and didn't get out of it. But you know, they did have you know, the one was it. Oh under the volcano, go off. And it was the eighteen hundreds where they had the the was actually the year without a summer worldwide. Right. Right. Right. And that's in fact during that summer, that's when Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein. Yeah. That would contribute to it. Right. The gloominess this go, right, Frankenstein, Frankenstein that could be Frankenstein Frankenstein. I does putting on the Ritz. Does anybody have any idea what we're talking about? Yeah. They do. No. Walk this way. He's help with the bags. Yeah. I'll get the blonde. You get. Oh my gosh. Young. Man. That's just greatness. That's comedy great. Could you have it today? Or would that be too politically incorrect years? How many I mean how many lines forget about getting to blazing saddles? Throat. We we we have to stick with the young Frankenstein. And and just go through the lines on that on that movie. And you're probably going to have a ton of exacts with with with any studio pretty much say, no, you can't you can't have that line in there. And if you did you'd be trolled endlessly. Gene wilder would be demonized. Oh, yeah. Richard Pryor would be demonized. Oh my goodness. It would be demonized. Yes, they all would for travel.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The credential come actually before i went back to university i was in the canadian air force and by the way the canadian military veterans are treated far worse than the us we're almost nonexistent but anyway i did four years of anti submarine over the north atlantic during the cuban crisis and then i did five years of search and rescue in the arctic northern and arctic canada and and of course i had to learn about whether whether forecasting and one of the things that i learned from that experience was the forecast for terrible in fact to give you an idea of how little we know about the world when i first started flying in the arctic the maps we had for quite larger areas of canada were marked terra incognito in other words unknown land and and of course the lack of weather stations so when i lost my flying category and and i chose to get out of the military as i say i didn't wanna fly a desk i decided to go back to university and find out why the weather forecast were so bad and at that time the whole new idea of environmentalism was coming in for example a very important book called man's role in in changing the face of the earth came out in about nineteen sixty eight and so those things combined in me to look at both environment but also what was wrong with weather and climate forecasting and so i went i i did a an honors degree where i looked at the the philosophical side of it why we're humans not considered as an agent of change in nature and then the master's thesis was a very specific science looking at energy and energy inputs and of course as we know in today's world energy is absolutely essential to everything and energy in nature helps you understand what moves the weather what creates the weather and so on and then i my doctoral thesis i teamed up and i was lucky to be able to go to the climatic research unit in in east anglia and they had of that was hubert lamb lamb during the war i'd had the same problem that came across the same problem i had that is that he was making forecasts for bombers over germany and they were coming back and saying you know you almost killed us you told us it'd be curse guy and we had freezing rain and and and so on so after the war he decided to set up the climate research unit which of course later became a perverted for the the biggest deception but anyway lamb lamb said look until we can figure out how much climate has changed in the past we gotta hope of figuring out an understanding mechanisms and forecasting for the future so that that's where it really all began and so i ended up reconstructing a three hundred year whether record for central canada from both the daily journals and meteorological records up touching invade company because there was a company whose whole existence depended on the weather and and so on and furtrapping and then also living off the land and to give you an idea of how progressive they were they brought thermometers and barometers to churchill on hudson bay as early as seventeen sixty eight so that my background and and why i got into this whole idea of what's wrong with weather forecasting climate forecasting but of course when i started out global cooling was the consensus and then i watched the whole area my area my discipline of climate hijack for the political agenda of global warming which are of course it's led to the book that i wrote tim let me ask you this regardless of the cause and we'll get into it in a big way tonight but regardless of the cause is their global warming is the planet heating up the planet no not right now it's it's actually since nineteen ninety eight th the pilot has cooled down slightly and we had the hottest may in one hundred years they said yeah but but you you really have to look look that look at the record and how they come up with those numbers this is part of the deception it when i tell you that for every weather record around the world every station they've lowered the historic records so the temperature record for the late nineteen hundreds and early twentieth century they lowered those temperature records which of course they made it look like the warming was greater than it actually was we we actually there was a group we took the new zealand government to court for doing exactly that.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In a client in an energy company that wasn't doing climate research because their whole demand is based upon how the climate is going to change but somehow all of this gets lost in the in the history and and of course the guilt by association you sold your soul and a final comment i'll make about this is it doesn't matter who pays you if your science is wrong that's the end of the story let's go to tom with a tweet this one's a tweet from says tim why do you think so many people deny climate change is because the science behind it is not clear well that's part of it and and of course the idea that climate change is is relatively new one of the things that i mentioned earlier in the program was hubert lamb and he was trying to develop better forecasts and he started looking at their start record and he couldn't believe how much the climate changes now recently a changed so the idea that the climate changes it wasn't only about a hundred and twenty years ago that we became aware that they've been huge ice ages the fact that the twenty thousand years ago almost twothirds of north america was covered with an ice sheet larger in area than the current antarctica sheet that's part of the problem the the second part of the problem is that we in the western world especially everybody's been educated under a system called uniform a tarian ism this was a way of looking at the world was a gop it into science that said that the changes very gradual over long periods of time and it it was introduced by a guy by the name of hutton and a fellow geologist by the play fair they were concerned that the church was the public we're going to reject darwin's theory because darwin knew that change was occurring very rapidly just from his studies a finches that within one or two generations you do speeches were occurring or new features were appearing so they what they did was they said they put out this idea if uniform materialism the changes over long periods of time we now know that's not true but but if you think about it for example most most people still think that the earth orbit around the sun doesn't change but in fact it goes from almost circular as it is now to a much greater ellipse as it was twenty thousand years ago that's that change is being caused by the planet jupiter but that's that's not in anybody's awareness so i think the combination of all of those things means why people are are having a hard time accepting the whole climate change issue.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Energy in nature helps you understand what moves through whether what creates the weather and so on and then i my doctoral thesis i teamed up with and i was lucky to be able to go to the climatic research unit in east ganglia and the head of that was hubert lamb lamb during the war i'd had the same problem that came across the same problem i had that is that he was making forecasts for bombers over germany and they were coming back and saying you know you're almost killed her she told us it'd be clear sky and we had freezing rain and and so on so after the war he decided to set up the climate research unit which of course later became a perverted for the the the biggest deception but anyway lamb lamb said look until we can figure out how much the climate has changed in the past we gotta hope of figuring out an understanding the mechanisms in forecasting for the future so that that's where it really all began and so i ended up reconstructing a three hundred year whether record for central canada from both the daily journals and meteorological records i'll touch bake company because there was a company whose whole existence depended on the weather and and so on and for trapping and then also living off the land and to give you an idea of how progressive they were they brought thermometers and barometers to churchill on hudson bay as early as seventeen sixty eight so that's my background and and why i got into this whole idea of what's wrong with weather forecasting climate forecasting but of course when i started out global cooling was the consensus and then i watched the whole area my area my discipline of climate hijack for the political agenda of global warming which of course is led to the book that i wrote let me ask you this regardless of the cause and we'll get into it in a big way tonight but regardless of the cause is their global warming is the planet heating up the planet no not right now it's it's actually since nineteen ninety eight the pilot has cooled down slightly and the hottest may one hundred years they said yeah but but you you really have to look look at that and look at the record and how they come up with those numbers this is part of the deception when i tell you that for every weather record around the world every station they've lowered the historic records so the temperature record for the late nineteen hundreds and early twentieth century they lowered those temperature records which of course they made it look like the warming was greater than it actually was we we actually there's a group we took the new zealand government to court for doing exactly that and i was also part of a group that confronted the australian government for the adjustments they were making to their record and and to give you an idea of how deceptive this is they tell you the nineteen nineties i'll go out there in nineteen ninety s record in fact particularly in america the the nineteen thirties much war than the nineteen nineties so so the record as they're presenting to you been so distorted that's part of the deception they they've they've had to in order to maintain their claims and then when the evidence comes up to show their wrong they have to to distort the record and and try and contradict it and that's what's going on there but just to finish my comment if we if we start saying in eighteen sixty the world warmed up to about nineteen hundred or cool down to nineteen hundred then from nineteen hundred to nineteen forty it warmed up and by the way not forty years at warmed up more than it did from nineteen eighty through two to two thousand and then from nineteen forty to nineteen eighty the world cool down which of course when i started and the cia were writing reports on how the cooling was going to call social chaos all over the world and and then from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety eight world warmed up and then six nineteen ninety eight the world has been cooling down slightly and we'll continue to cool so it you you don't have to look very much of the record to see that the climate varies all the time and to put the warmth the current warming in perspective if you look at the last twelve thousand years a period called the climatic optimum or the holocene optimum at the.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back to coast to coast george noory with you dr tim ball calls it the largest and oldest fake news story created and perpetrated through the deep state of the bureaucracy mary mccarthy of course is described this as follows bureaucracy the rule of no one has become the modern form of depotism and of course dr tim ball with us with his latest work human caused global warming with the subtitle which is very important the biggest deception in history tim welcome back dock well thank you thanks for the opportunity to talk to the public again and provide them with the other side of the story that's the important issue every time you're on somebody calls and says what are your credentials mr mall let's get them on the table right now to go ahead the credentials come actually before i went back university i was in the canadian air force and by the way the canadian military veterans are treated far worse than in the us we're almost nonexistent but anyway i did four years of anti submarine over the north atlantic during the cuban crisis and then i did five years of search and rescue in the arctic northern and arctic canada and and of course i had to learn about weather and weather forecasting and one of the things that i learned from that experience was the forecast were terrible in fact to give you an idea of how little we know about the world when i first started flying in the arctic the maps we had for quite larger areas of canada were marked terra incognito in other words unknown land and and of course the lack of weather stations so when i lost my flying category and i chose to get out of the military 'cause i as i say i didn't wanna fly a desk i decided to go back to university and find out why the weather forecast were so bad and at that time time the whole new idea of environmentalism was coming in for example a very important book called man's role in in changing the face of errors came out in about nineteen sixty eight and so those things combined in me to look at both environment but also what was wrong with weather and climate forecasting and so i went i did a an honors degree where i looked at the the philosophical side of it why we're humans not considered as an agent of change in in nature and then the master's thesis was a very specific science and a looking at energy and energy inputs and of course as we know in today's world energy is absolutely essential to everything and energy in nature helps you understand how what moves the weather what creates the weather and so on and then i my doctoral thesis i teamed up with and i was lucky to be able to go to the climatic research unit in in east anglia and the head of that was hubert lamb lamb during the war i'd had the same problem that came across the same problem i had that is that he was making forecasts for bombers over germany and they were coming back and saying you know you're almost killed us you told us it'd be clear sky and we had freezing rain and and and so on so after the war he decided to set up the climate research unit which of course later became a perverted for the the the biggest deception but anyway lamb lamb said look until we can figure out how much the climate has changed in the past we got hope of figuring out to an understanding the mechanisms in forecasting for the future so that's where it really all began and so i ended up reconstructing a three hundred year whether record for central canada from both the daily journals and meteorological records the hudson bay company because there was a company whose whole existence depended on the weather and and so on and for trapping and then also living off the land and to give you an idea of how progressive they were they brought thermometers and barometers to churchill on hudson bay as early as seventeen sixty eight so that my background and why i got into this whole idea of what's wrong with weather forecasting climate forecasting but.

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"hubert lamb" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"hubert lamb" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast george noory with you dr tim ball calls it the largest and oldest fake news story created and perpetrated through the deep state of the bureaucracy mary mccarthy of course is described this as follows bureaucracy the rule of no one has become the modern form of depotism and of course dr tim ball with us with his latest work human caused global warming with the subtitle which is very important the biggest deception in history tim welcome back dock while thank you at georgia tech for the opportunity to talk to the public again and provide them with the other side of the story that's always issue the important issue every time you're on somebody calls and says what are your credentials mr ball let's get them on the table right now go ahead the credentials come actually before i went back to university i was in the canadian air force and by the way the canadian military veterans are treated far worse than in the us we're almost nonexistent but anyway i did four years of anti submarine over the north atlantic during the cuban crisis and then i did five years of search and rescue in the arctic northern and arctic canada and and of course i had to learn about weather and weather forecasting and one of the things that i learned from that experience was the forecast were terrible in fact to give you an idea of how little we know about the world when i first started flying in the arctic the maps we had for quite larger areas of canada were marked terra incognito in other words unknown land and and of course the lack of weather stations so when i lost my flying category and i chose to get out of the military because i as i say i didn't wanna fly a desk i decided to go back to university and find out why the weather forecast were so bad and at that time the whole new idea of environmentalism was coming in for example a very important book called man's role in in changing the face of the earth came out in about nineteen sixty eight and so those things combined in me to look at both environment but also what was wrong with weather and climate forecasting and so i went i i did a an honors degree where i look at the the philosophical side of it why we're humans not considered as an agent of change in nature and then the master's thesis was a very specific science and a looking at energy and energy inputs and of course as we know in today's world energy is absolutely essential to everything and energy in nature helps you understand what moves to whether what creates the weather and so on and then i my doctoral thesis i teamed up was i was lucky to be able to go to the climatic research unit in in east anglia and the head of that was hubert lamb and lamb during the war had the same problem that came across the same problem i had that is that he was making forecasts for bombers over germany and they were coming back and saying you know you're almost killed us you told us it'd be clear sky and we had freezing rain and and and so on so after the war he decided to set up the climate research unit which of course later became a perverted for the the biggest deception but anyway lamb lamb said look until we can figure out how much the climate has changed in the past we got hope of figuring out an under understanding the mechanisms in forecasting for the future so that that's where it really all began and so i ended up reconstructing a three hundred year whether record for central canada from both the daily journals and meteorological records of the hudson bay company because there was a company whose whole existence depended on the weather and and so on and for trapping and also living off the land and to give you an idea of how progressive they were they brought thermometers and barometers to churchill on hudson bay as early as seventeen sixty eight so that's my background and and.

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