“First hand story of what happened to my wife and I when we were crossing the North Atlantic in our airplane. While I understand this story is anecdotal in nature, it is supportive of the concept that global warming is all about money and not science.
In 2006 we crossed the North Atlantic. On one stop we landed in Reykjavik, Iceland. While filing our flight plans for the next leg, we began talking with a couple of guys that were also refueling and on their way to Greenland. My wife asked what they were going to do in Greenland. They explained that they were researchers studying global warming. They said they take ice cores to determine if there is melting and how much. My wife asked what happens if they find out there isn’t melting. They responded with,
We zip our lips or we lose our funding.”