The Greenpeace ‘Archaeologist’

Posted: December 30, 2014 by tallbloke in solar system dynamics

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Greenpeace activists’ ‘Nazca Archeologist’ turn s out to be… a Greenpeace activist.

Shub Niggurath Climate

When the Nazca lines fiasco broke, Greenpeace’s response was to assure the world it worked with an archaeologist, taking every possible precaution:

Questions arose immediately:

Peru’s deputy Minister of Culture Luis Jaime Castillo went so far as to say the archaeologist was ‘the person you have to identify’

An archaeologist was identified in a New York Timesreport of the incident. It named Wolfgang Sadik, an ‘archaeologist-turned activist’ who we were told had ‘set aside his studies to work for Greenpeace’. The NYT relied on a Reuters video to relay how Sadik seemed to be directing ‘some of the other activists’. It quoted photographer Rodrigo Abd:

“The archaeologist explained where to walk and where not to walk,”… “There was a great concern not to even leave a mark of your shoes on the ground, and if a rock was moved put it back in its place.”

The article further quoted Wolfgang Neubauer…

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Comments
  1. tallbloke says:

  2. oldbrew says:

    ‘Greenpeace’s response was to assure the world it worked with an archaeologist’

    Or did they say arch-ecologist?

  3. Chaeremon says:

    Greenpeace := Going Rampant [due to/with] Ergophobia & Egocentric Narcissism & Psychopathic Esoterics & Apocalyptic Collateral Extermination.

  4. dp says:

    It is interesting that greenpeace observes that the Nazca culture ended because of climate change but ignores the favorable turn in climate that allowed the Nazca culture to develop in the first place. Their communications are to thought what negative space is to art. You have to really pay attention to what they don’t tell you.

  5. michael hart says:

    That’s an interesting take, dp. I think it is analogous (very closely) to the CliSci presumption that everything was at equilibrium before humans came along and disturbed things.

  6. hunter says:

    Another criminal fraud by Greenpeace. NGO’s suck.

  7. Brian H says:

    Everyone should note and know that the fave ‘base period’ used in temp graphs begins in 1979, the coldest year in a century. Every direction from there is up. Shifting the start year just by 1 or 2 eliminates the problem!