I was sent the message below by Justin – and it does seem to be an admission of Psychological Manipulation and pushing an agenda.
Also, the stories Justin highlighted about the Curiosity Rover are a close fit with the pattern I described in chapters 9 and 10 of “Secrets in the Solar System”
I mention this book in an interview recorded on 26 May 2019:
The interview centres around the “Acknowledged” book.
I saw this CC article (complete with forest fire photo) in today’s Guardian.
What really caught my eye was the ‘hidden’ Q&A about the Guardian Editor in Chief wanting to be more “scientifically precise” in the style of language used. So thought I should share it with you for your bulging climate change dossier, or to include in your next CC book!
Why is the Guardian changing the language it uses about the environment?
The Guardian has updated its style guide to introduce terms that more accurately describe the environmental crises facing the world. Instead of ‘climate change’, the preferred terms are ‘climate emergency, crisis or breakdown’ and ‘global heating’ is favoured over ‘global warming’.
The scale of the climate and wildlife crises has been laid bare by two landmark reports from the world’s scientists. In October 2018, they said carbon emissions must halve by 2030 to avoid even greater risks of drought, floods, extreme heat and poverty for hundreds of millions of people. In May 2019, global scientists said human society was in jeopardy from the accelerating annihilation of wildlife and destruction of the ecosystems that support all life on Earth.
Editor-in-chief, Katharine Viner says ‘We want to ensure that we are being scientifically precise, while also communicating clearly with readers on this very important issue. The phrase ‘climate change’, for example, sounds rather passive and gentle when what scientists are talking about is a catastrophe for humanity.’
Other terms that have been updated, including the use of ‘wildlife’ rather than ‘biodiversity’, ‘fish populations’ instead of ‘fish stocks’ and ‘climate science denier’ rather than ‘climate sceptic’.
Damian Carrington, Environment editor
It also seems their Science Editor: Ian Sample, is also working very hard on churning out the latest Mars rover story to keep us entertained, something he has done before a few times when I searched on his name!
It’s the rover that keeps on giving, (and with such a small battery)!
Anyway, if you needed any proof MSM have been well and truly ‘captured’ (or that they’re just not questioning anything that comes out of NASA) it’s all to see in the Guardian ??