Global Warming Link to Drowned Polar Bears Melts Under Searing Fed Probe

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Polar bears drowning in an Alaskan sea because the ice packs are melting—it’s the iconic image of the global warming debate.

But the validity of the science behind the image—presented as an ignoble testament to our environment in peril by Al Gore in his film An Inconvenient Truth—is now part of a federal investigation that has the environmental community on edge.

Special agents from the Interior Department’s inspector general’s office are questioning the two government scientists about the paper they wrote on drowned polar bears, suggesting mistakes were made in the math and as to how the bears actually died, and the department is eyeing another study currently underway on bear populations.

It galvanized the environmental movement that led to the bear’s controversial listing in 2008 as threatened, and it is now protected under the Endangered Species Act.

Although the four dead bears cited in the paper were observed from 1,500 feet during flights over the Beaufort Sea, and the carcasses were never recovered or examined, Gleason told investigators it is likely the creatures drowned in a sudden windstorm that produced 30-knot winds, not for lack of an ice pack.

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45 Responses to “Global Warming Link to Drowned Polar Bears Melts Under Searing Fed Probe”

  1. Hey AL Gorelioni, my new book coming out soon: THE MYSTERIOUS SHRINKING AL GORE.


    storky Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 9:52 am

    This FAILS to refute the FACT that Arctic Sea Ice is receding at record rates:

    August 3, 2011
    Arctic sea ice at record low for July

    Oh look, AGW-deniers are full of shit, AGAIN!

    Glen Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 1:39 pm


    But stporless doesn’t care, any Lie which supports a CO2 Tax is OK by him.

    Proof of warming in NOT PROOF OF A MAN MADE CAUSE

    Correlation between temperature – 0.01


    Tom Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 2:57 pm

    There is no global warming. But technology, in the hands of the bad guys (when was it ever in the hands of GOOD guys?), can make some folks (i.e. – dorky, leland, dumbass’s everywhere) think that there is global warming. And naturally, dorky co. look wherevere the Illuminati says: “Look! Over here!”

    Greenscam Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 7:58 pm

    Natural history deniers that deny that nature changes without any help from humans
    ………………………………………………..are bird brained full of bird poop.

    Norman Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 9:12 pm


    “This FAILS to refute the FACT that Arctic Sea Ice is receding at record rates:”

    You do realize that this record rate is based upon just a few years of data accumulation (I believe the start date was 1979). Since your mind is scientific you would accept the Earth is at least a few billion years old. A record based upon such a thin slice of a long history would not be enough to light any bells and whistles. I have read reports that the Arctic waters were at 60 F at some time in the Earth’s past (based upon sample bores from the setiment layer under the Arctic Sea). I am keeping an eye on the arctic ice but I think it is too early to declare disaster.

    I think you could safely say the Arctic has warmed since 1979 (based upon the decrease in summer ice). It becomes more difficult to prove this warming is exclusively the result of mankind’s emission of CO2 into the atmosphere via the buring of carbon based fuel. The melting ice could be the result of a slowly changing pattern of ocean currents bringing more warm water into the Arctic. I am not sure there is certainty at this time as to the complete behavior of ocean currents.

    storky Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 9:49 am

    Record as in recorded by man . . . unless of course you have archives from some other species . . .

    captain obvious Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 3:30 am

    stuff yer false religion storky.

    storky Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 9:52 am

    Scienific studies and recorded data support my claims. It is the AGW-denial Cult that is based on delusion and hallucinations because no facts support ANY of their climatological assertions.

    sulpheric1 Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 10:25 am

    Al Gore’s stork is cooked and the good part is he knows it.

    Greenscam Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 8:05 pm

    And he puts down critics of the AGW scam as non scientific !! LOL

    On Letterman (I think it was) – Fat Al: ” the inside of the Earth is millions of degrees”

    captain obvious Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 3:35 am

    oh yeah.. and he’s got his greenies hollering how great nuclear energy is too!
    they’ll drill all day-week-month-year for OIL, when geothermal heat can make all the steam theyed ever need to spin the friggin turbines WITHOUT making tons of depleted uranium that theyre scattering allover the planet, and WITHOUT risks of disasters like Fukushima, 3 mile island, Chernobyl, etc etc..

    gore is the poster child for saving the environment?! how sick is THAT?!

    Greenscam Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 7:51 pm

    Dr. Rob Roy Ramey, a biologist who specializes in endangered species scientific issues for Wildlife Science International, Inc., reviewed Monnett’s paper as well as the inspector general’s interviews for HUMAN EVENTS and said that the authors made unwarranted assumptions and large extrapolations based on a single event.

    “They did not know if the polar bears actually drowned, they assumed that they had drowned. There were no statistical tests, just extrapolations made with no accounting for measurement error,” Ramey said.

    “The paper gives the appearance that rigorous surveying was done for polar bears, when it was not,” Ramey said.

    “They were flying at 1,500 feet with the purpose of looking for bowhead whales, which are much larger and easier to spot.”

    Ramey also says he sees a conflict of interest for Monnett’s wife to be part of the internal peer review, and questioned the awarding of a contract to Derocher, who also participated in the peer review.

    “That’s not impartial,” Ramey said. “It’s really important that peer review be truly independent. If they can’t be, then everyone has to state their conflict right up front.”

    “I think it’s very illustrative of the problems with government research on endangered species, and raises the question as to whether government should be in the business of science,” Ramey said.

    captain obvious Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 3:44 am

    same thing with 911 truth, the trolls all hollering “you dont have peer reviewed papers”.. when those in control arent allowing anything truly peer reviewed and demonizing anyone trying, there isnt anything “scientific” about it!! its every bit as big a scam as this AGW BS.

    gore and his bought off “scientists” have raked billions with their frauds, and the fraud investigations by the SEC that were housed in building 7 of the WTC werent going to send OSAMA BIN LADEN to fuggen jail… how’s THAT for “an inconvenient truth”

    gore was also involved in the ENRON scandal,
    with all investigations conveniently destroyed.


    Todd and Heather highlight the great BBQ of the great state of Texas. Fried by a shift of the jet stream and verry high energy antimatter derivative cosmic rays bleeding through the compressed and weakened magnetosphere.

    Heather illustrates the coming death of a nation by wearing a black dress. Tune in for BLACK DRESS days and get a space weather phoenomia update that will make your blood run cold.

    Todd get with it guy. Black tie day.

    Thank you HAARP and all the good engieers at GE for blasting the ionosphere into a super energectic glob of plasma.

    storky Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 9:54 am

    BULLSHIT, King of Deception!

    Tom Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    I guess you have a life as long as we allow your (satanic) stupid opinions to be answered.

    Glen Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 7:24 pm


    Storkless you retard

    You are the POT calling the KETTLE black. Bwa HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

    YOU…..YOU saying someone is the “King of Deception”

    You AGW STUPER TROLL, King of the AGW LIES

    captain obvious Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 3:45 am

    yes, that describes your hero al gore very nicely.

    August 12th, 2011 at 6:53 am

    YUM YUM YUM, tangy Stephie nuggets.

  3. Keyboarding is tough with six fingers. I am going to ask the ACLU to file a law suit for the disenfranchisment of the minority gruop of six fingered aliens alliance.

    We are hear to serve man in thier time of turbulance and assit our earth partners, The Rockefellor Foundation, Bilderberg Group, Club of Rome, Tri-lateral commisiion, AKORN, move on org. Progessive foundations, FCC, FDA, HHS, WHOR, UN, USDA, USDT, Lockeed Martin, DARFA, D.U.M.B., GLEN BECK, HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, and Public schools of Hitler youth brainwashing in your own neighborhood, and a special shout out to NEA and teachers unions every where that have been great useful idiots in the pursuit of transforming your child into real NAZI youth matrial.

    Glen Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    Your six fingers just shows your LOW IQ INBRED Status MORK

  4. Seek psychiatric help!

    BiGpharmakillZ Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 11:20 am

    News flash, you both need psych help. I usually warn people to stay away, but in both your cases I will make an exception. Hurry, or else just go outside and get some sun.

    Tom Reply:
    August 11th, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    dorky — Mark of the Beast’s post was spot-on. Extreme environmentalism is used to help herd people away from areas either coveted for themselves by the NWO, or herded simply so that we are all in one, easily-covered area. Show me even ONE piece of global warming “news” that isn’t followed up by legislation prohibiting human activity from that same area…..

    storky Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 9:59 am

    Investigating the possibility of a human component
    in various pacific decadal oscillation indices

    In the twenty first century scenarios, a systematic anthropogenic component is found in all three PDO (Pacific Decadal Oscillation) indices. Under the first definition—in which no warming signal is removed—this component is so large that it is also statistically detectable in the observed PDO. Using the second/traditional definition, this component is also large, and arises primarily from the differential warming rates predicted in the North Pacific and over global oceans. Removing the spatial average SST (sea Surface Temperature) signal in the PDO region (in the third definition) partially solves this problem, but a human signal persists because the predicted pattern of SST response to human forcing projects strongly onto the PDO pattern.

    In other words, regardless of the analysis method used, in the twentieth century, human activities are found to have a profound and measurable effect on Pacific Ocean surface temperatures.

    Now, who is trying to prohibit human activity in the Pacific Ocean, Tom? No-one! So now that I’ve successfully completed your task, you are now an AGW convert!

    captain obvious Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 3:47 am

    learn cognitive thought.
    say no to drugs, and your psychiatric pill pushers too.

    storky Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 10:19 am

    That’s a noble message. Since you are preaching to the choir, I support you in your valiant crusade.

    Mental processes of perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning require accurate information. You can’t see CO2 or infrared light. You can’t experience weather from thousands of global locations simultaneously. When dealing with issues of science, refer to peer-reviewed studies published in high-impact, refereed, science journals.

  5. the ice may not be as “flat” as you’d like it, but, perhaps you should check the height of the pack at the poles, you noob!

    lets be clear, storky…….. co2 is only 1/3 carbon, and as far as i’m concerned, we produce more oxygen than we do carbon, and therefore, you can say all you like to the contrary, but the fact remains, that your scientific method is far beyond flawed, and your ideology will be your own demise!

    now, if the earth is a living, breathing, life form, as you planet-protectors like to suggest (and i’d agree with that suggestion even to a point), then, have you factored in the growing pangs of said life form? if the earth was once a spec of dust in the cosmos, then, given the rate of the earths growth and the ratios of counterbalancing atomic combinations, then, how often can we expect climate change due to “new growth”? tree’s lose their leaves and in the process, another ring is added to their core………. how does this known life-cycle influence the science of climate change?

    climate change has happened since the dawn of time………… it space weather, or terrestrial weather patterns, the fact that there is change, ensures that our “reality’ exists. yet dummies like yourself, storky, seem to think that human order is the only order that matters to this existance. let me just point out to you, that mankind is but a blip in the space-time-(8)…….. and any order we think we may accomplish, may not be in order with the continuance of life as we need it, not to mention know it.

    the only thing people care about storky, is when people lie to take advantage or profit from others………..which is what we have found “climate science” has become. the biggest lie, is that human production of co2 is causing the death of the planet via global warming and sea level rises………. and I know it’s a lie, because as i said, co2 is only 1/3 carbon, and 2/3 oxygen, and yet we are being bulk taxed for the compund structure, and being given NO PAYMENT for our own oxygen production!

    now, you see storky, the kids are turning away from your scam in droves, and listening to people like “me”…..because when I explain to them that they are about to tax “oxygen” and not “carbon”, they seem to feel betrayed enough to hate your guts as they thank “me” for making them see just how much the government LIES to them!

    the kids are not happy, storky………… and if the kids aren’t happy, then, neither is the future of those who made it so!

    Leland Palmer Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 7:05 am

    Oh, is this the latest talking point- CO2 is only one third carbon?

    Ho, ho. 🙂

    The greenhouse effect of a gas has very little to do with its carbon content. Water vapor, for example, is the strongest greenhouse gas, and it contains no carbon- only hydrogen and oxygen- H2O. The same with nitrous oxide- it contains only nitrogen and oxygen. Ozone is just a peculiar form of oxygen- O3.

    Look it up, Einstein:

    Greenhouse gases are those that can absorb and emit infrared radiation. [1] In order, the most abundant greenhouse gases in Earth’s atmosphere are:
    water vapor
    carbon dioxide
    nitrous oxide

    By the way, CO2 is 12/44ths carbon, or about 27%.

    It so happens, though, that two greenhouse gases we have some control over – CO2 and methane (CH4)- both contain carbon. CO2 and other greenhouse gases also drive water vapor concentration, by the temperature/water vapor feedback.

    Glen Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 7:14 am

    The PALMJOB BOY Hard at work fighting for his CO2 LIFE TAX.

    AGW is a LIE you RETARD

    CO2 has a Logarithmic effect and we are near the top of the curve. It will take a massive amount of CO2 to have ANY EFFECT AT ALL.


    Leland Palmer Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    Well, the CO2 / forcing curve is not exactly maxed out. It continues to climb, as logarithmic curves do, just more slowly than before.

    And, we are at the bottom of the logarithmic curve for methane, and the very bottom of the curve for indirect atmospheric chemistry effects of methane due to increased methane lifetime, and production of stratospheric water vapor ozone, and CO2 from methane oxidation. By the way, the indirect greenhouse effects of methane on atmospheric chemistry is chemical effect and the curve does not have to be logarithmic:

    And each amount of forcing from any greenhouse gas will be multiplied by the temperataure/water vapor feedback.

    Leland Palmer Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    By the way, just saying a curve is logarithmic doesn’t tell you much. There are a whole family of logarithmic curves.

    The specific logarithmic curve of CO2 concentration vs. radiative forcing sometimes seen on Denier websites like WUWT- I shit you not- was put together by a construction manager and “amateur scientist” who works for a hotel in Fiji. It makes the curve look a lot more flat than it actually is.

    This is just one more example of how the Denier astroturf is feeding on itself, and getting further and further from reality.

    storky Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 10:24 am

    “we produce more oxygen than we do carbon, and therefore, you can say all you like to the contrary, but the fact remains, that your scientific method is far beyond flawed, and your ideology will be your own demise!”

    REALLY?!, cite your source, dumbfuck!

    “the kids are turning away . . . in droves”

    Again, cite your source . . . nah you won’t . . . you can’t, because YOU’RE FULL OF SHIT!

    False premise, false conclusion.

  6. Peer reviews almost never try to reenact experiments to check hypotheses. Its more of a typo and wording check than anything else which is why people relying on ‘peer reviewed papers’ dont really have any clue whatsoever.This is what the editor of the lancet thinks about the subject —–” The mistake, of course, is to have thought that peer review was any more than a crude means of discovering the acceptability—not the validity—of a new finding. Editors and scientists alike insist on the pivotal importance of peer review. We portray peer review to the public as a quasi-sacred process that helps to make science our most objective truth teller. But we know that the system of peer review is biased, unjust, unaccountable, incomplete, easily fixed, often insulting, usually ignorant, occasionally foolish, and frequently wrong.”

    captain obvious Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 3:56 am

    peer reviewed.. looked at by people who already agree.
    all the “peers” of columbus’ day, KNEW the earth was FLAT, right?

    911 they never looked for explosives and hauled the evidence-debris away ASAP..
    therefore “there werent any explosives, theres no evidence of any explosives”..
    -and all the “peers” agree! isnt that “scientific” of em?

    then the sheeple bleat “but the scientists said”..

  7. Oh, the Interior Dept.

    The same Department of the Interior which has a revolving door, in which Interior Department employees go on to work for oil corporations, and vice versa?

    Is this the same Department of the Interior which has has given away 53 billion dollars in oil lease current and future revenue- by “mistake” ?

    So Congress sensibly instructed the Minerals Management Service (MMS) to award these free leases only when the price of oil was at a level low enough that they wouldn’t otherwise be profitable to exploit.

    Whoops! We all remember the MMS, right? So apparently, in 1998-99, the folks at the MMS were too busy flirting with each other, or accepting private-jet rides to college football games, or whatever, to notice that the price of oil had gotten pretty high and they shouldn’t be handing out free leases anymore. As a result, 24 companies got free leases they shouldn’t have gotten. And ever since, they’ve been making extra money that they really ought to be returning in the form of leases on public property to the American taxpayer. As of 2008, the bill came to $1.3 billion; this year, the losses will be $1.5 billion. Over the decades-long lifetime of the wells it’ll add up to a lot more. According to the Government Accountability Office it’ll come to $53 billion over the next 25 years.

    Hmm… the Department of the Interior has time to go on witch hunts after scientists, but no time to stop…53 billion dollars worth of bleeding of public money into the hands of the oil corporations.

    Yes, it’s always refreshing to see our steely eyed feds on the job. These incorruptible Feds are a credit to their uniform…which is apparently to be nude between satin sheets, if the charges of sex, drug, and graft against Department of the Interior employees are true.

    captain obvious Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 4:07 am

    and then to top it off… “we’re opening up areas for offshore drilling”…

    so no “nation” can claim it as their property as the globalist corporates exploit it..
    and if something goes wrong they have no way of getting to it to fix it..

    during times of peace, last I remember its a 12 mile limit, but during wartime 200 miles.
    oh but illegal warring against the middle east with a constant barrage of fearmongering about the terrorists doesnt count as wartime nope! and the economic warfare being waged against US by DC Wall Street banksters big pharma-medical-insurance foreign owned corporate entities doesnt count either.. as BP gets to buy up all rights and refineries which isnt treasonous either..
    and DC which by its own charter is NOT a part of the United States handing over all the national parks and reserves (over 9 states worth of real estate!) to the UN isnt fraud and theft..

    but if WE say something about it we’re “unpatriotic terrorists” !!!??

    Glen Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 7:16 am

    And More Palmjob boy BULL SHIT

    Scrolled, Scrolled everybody scrolled

    Nobody listens to your crap anymore.

    Leland Palmer Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 8:31 am

    Well, that’s one way to protect yourself from reality.

    Anything that can delay your realization of what a fool and dupe for corporate astroturf propaganda you have been will make you feel better.

    Denial is great. You can continue believing that being the King of the Deniers makes you important.

    But it’s all a lie, Glen. You’re just a garden variety idiot and fool for astroturf propganda. Admittedly, it’s very good, very confusing propaganda, put out by experts – but you have been duped by it.

  8. al gore’s global WARming gang about screamed fire in a theater and duped people into paying money to be able to leave the building, its pretty fuggen criminal..

    THE SEAS ARE GONNA RISE!! (yeah right)

    a) icebergs are over 90% IN the water, the mass we see above water is for trapped air bubbles.
    when the ice melts those bubbles are released, the volume replaced by what was above the waterline means no change in water level at all.

    b) the earth is about 75% oceans, of the 25% that is land mass, only a very small percentage of that is actually covered in snow and ice. if it all melted TOMORROW, it’s very unlikely to raise ocean levels even just one inch! its probably a different story for the water levels of many freshwater lakes of course, but the gorian tax scammer was sceaming about oceans…
    -where did this SOB go to school?!

    c) the gorean freak has invested multi millions into the business of carbon credit trading, where the hell did a 3rd rate politician get so much money honestly? he DIDNT!! its all by FRAUD!
    jetting around the planet putting on rock concerts polluting all the way, causing millions of people to spend big money for tickets and driving 100 miles to attend.. oh yeah, thats enviro-friendly, right?

    d) these tax scammers cant even differentiate between carbon DIoxide, which is good and plants convert to oxygen (grade school photosynthesis!), and the carbon MONoxide that is tailpipe pollution which KILLS plants. our atmosphere is in deficit of carbon dioxide and oxygen both!
    they literally want to tax us for daring to exhale,
    all their exhalation speechifying BS is about costing US money?!!
    these SOB’s oughtta be publicly flogged.

    Leland Palmer Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Uh, Captain….

    About sea level rise- just look it up:

    Wikipedia – Sea Level

    If small glaciers and polar ice caps on the margins of Greenland and the Antarctic Peninsula melt, the projected rise in sea level will be around 0.5 m. Melting of the Greenland ice sheet would produce 7.2 m of sea-level rise, and melting of the Antarctic ice sheet would produce 61.1 m of sea level rise.[3] The collapse of the grounded interior reservoir of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet would raise sea level by 5–6 m.[4]

    So, adding it up, we’re talking roughly 74 meters, greater than 240 feet of possible eventual sea level rise, if we melt all of the icecaps, Arctic and Antarctic. Absent methane hydrate destabilization, this would take a long time- hundreds of years. If we destabilize the methane hydrates- don’t know, but it could be faster. I’m not sure if this includes thermal expansion of the oceans, or not, but it’s still a big number.

    You’ve internalized a lot of paid AGW denier network propaganda talking points, sounds like. Look those up, here at Skeptical Science, for a scientific view of their accuracy. Most of them are lies:

    Leland Palmer Reply:
    August 12th, 2011 at 6:42 pm

    Oh, correction, looks like I counted West Antarctica twice, maybe, if I’m reading the Wikipedia article right this time.

    Make that about 69 meters or 225 feet of sea level rise, if we melt everything. I’m not sure if this counts thermal expansion.

    It’s still a big number, though.

  9. Just to connect the dots…

    Investigators from the Department of the Interior’s Inspector General’s office are grilling scientists about observations of polar bear corpses, and whether the scientists actually landed in the ocean to confirm that these corpses were actually dead.

    The Department of the Interior awards oil leases. There have been charges for years of corruption in the Dept. of the Interior involving sex, drugs, and bribes involving Interior Dept. employees. It also turns out that there have been free oil leases given to oil corporations, by “accident” which will cost the public treasury an estimated 53 billion dollars over the lifetime of the oil leases. Likely, this is just a small part of the giveaways and missed collection of fossil fuel corporation fees due to Department of the Interior corruption.

    This same Department of the Interior’s Inspector General’s office should have been keeping an eye on all of this corruption- but they haven’t. Over a period of years or decades, there has been a pattern of corruption in the Interior Dept.- as is only reasonable, considering the corrupting influence of money- and there are billions of dollars involved in collecting oil lease revenues and awarding oil leases.

    So, we know that this same IG’s office has done a very bad job at policing the Interior Department, and protecting it from oil corporation influence. Very likely, this is the result of corruption. Now, this same probably corrupt IG’s office is conducting witch hunts after scientists.

    The oil corporations want to drill in the Arctic, after the sea ice melts in the summer. That is the oil corporations’ motive for creating the so called “Polarbeargate”.

  10. Connecting the dots one more time:

    If the oil corporations end up drilling in the Arctic, likely they will set off the methane hydrates of the East Siberian Arctic Shelf, totally destabilize the climate, cause huge changes in atmospheric chemistry leading to true runaway greenhouse heating, and kill most or all of us.

    If destabilizing the methane hydrates doesn’t kill us, likely melting the permafrost, ocean acidification and anoxia, and ocean production of CO2 and nitrous oxide from anoxic zones will- and THEN the methane hydrates will destabilize and kill us all.

    We were lucky to be born in a functioning, self-regulating biosphere- the best place for human beings to live in the universe because we are adapted to this environment.

    Now, through greed and oil corporation lying, we are screwing that up. We’re about to discover just how difficult it is to live in an environment which does not provide us with such an abundance of free services. Very likely, we’re sacrificing the future in return for a couple more decades of oil corporation exploitation of fossil fuels.

    It’s planetary suicide. 🙁

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