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Foreign Policy A Problem? Blame Climate Change

Post by Riddick » 10-20-2015 01:51 AM

Kerry: Climate Change a Contributing Factor in Syrian Conflict

It's getting there's nothing that can't be attributed, in part OR IN whole, to what's fast becoming the catch all excuse for all sorts of socio-political and economic policy challenges and failures...

Addressing the actual issues at hand? Hey, Fock that sh!t! FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE!

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Post by Doka » 10-20-2015 08:00 AM

GREENPEACE FOUNDER: LET’S CELEBRATE CO2


http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/10 ... brate-co2/
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Post by Riddick » 10-20-2015 09:48 AM

Doka wrote:GREENPEACE FOUNDER: LET’S CELEBRATE CO2


http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/10 ... brate-co2/
Does Dr. Moore know those who diss The Church Of Climatology may run great health risks?

I'm thinking another spontaneous case of hitherto undiagnosed stage 4 pancreatic cancer...

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Post by Doka » 10-20-2015 05:45 PM

Wow, Riddick, I didn't even think about that! Then there is another semi- well known fella that came out, saying he changed his mind, cause what they are saying just no longer makes any sense. I can't think of his name at the moment. You are right , these guys maybe should start living in a protective bubble of some sort. :shock:
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Post by Doka » 10-20-2015 07:53 PM

Top Physicist Bolts from Global Warming ‘Consensus’

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"Freeman Dyson is a 91-year-old theoretical physicist who was a contemporary of Einstein at Princeton, has received multiple international awards for his scientific efforts, and has published numerous books and papers on a wide range of topics.

Dyson is criticizing scientists who advance what he describes as an ‘agenda-driven’ perspective on global warming.

In an interview with The Register, Dyson responded to questions about the forward he just wrote for a scientific paper that confronts the “overrated” concerns about CO2 in the atmosphere:

“That is to me the central mystery of climate science. It is not a scientific mystery but a human mystery. How does it happen that a whole generation of scientific experts is blind to obvious facts?”

Dyson, who describes himself as 100% Democrat, strongly disagreed with President Obama:



“It’s very sad that in this country, political opinion parted [people’s views on climate change]. I’m 100 per cent Democrat myself, and I like Obama. But he took the wrong side on this issue, and the Republicans took the right side.”

Part of the issue, according to the interview and the CO2 paper, is that the scientific models that have been used to predict climate outcomes have been wrong:

“What has happened in the past 10 years is that the discrepancies between what’s observed and what’s predicted have become much stronger. It’s clear now the models are wrong, but it wasn’t so clear 10 years ago. I can’t say if they’ll always be wrong, but the observations are improving and so the models are becoming more verifiable.”

For example, NASA has admitted that it is unable to explain a 17-year hiatus in an average global temperature increase, which has led to 95% of manmade global warming projections being false.

Explaining why this refusal of scientists to adjust their opinions when confronted with facts that seemingly refute their manmade global warming hypothesis, Dyson gives a couple of reasons.
http://artbell.com/top-physicist-bolts- ... consensus/
http://www.ijreview.com/2015/10/448344- ... urce=email

Riddick, I like this guy, he's not worried about funding ,or his "time" running out. :)
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Post by Doka » 10-21-2015 09:19 PM

Well Riddick, Not much left to say. Can't turn the herd when it's stampeding off the cliff. There are a lot of "Jim Jones" out there. :sock:
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Post by Riddick » 10-23-2015 12:20 PM

New NOAA Record: 10 Years Since Major Hurricane Has Struck US
Funny, how with all the talk of increasingly violent and devastating weather caused by global warming, the continental US isn't seeing it? Or did hurricanes never receive the memo?...

Still, even when it isn't causing trouble, don't let that fool you! Climate change is BAD, M'kay??

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Post by Riddick » 10-27-2015 02:40 AM

Excerpted from
Depotism On Global Warming
By op-ed columnist Jay Ambrose
  • Twenty alarmed climatologists want to curtail debate on global warming by shutting up the opposition, and hardly by gentle means. They want to employ tactics fashioned to go after gangsters.

    The tool would be the Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organizations Act, or RICO, allowing trials of those only indirectly involved in crimes. It was meant to heap massive damage on such groups as the Mafia, and it did.

    There's self-serving deception going on by those connected to fossil fuel corporations who are arguing global warming is not the terror it is often portrayed as being, these climatologists say, and that the consequences could be inadequate action curtailing a wide variety of horrors.

    They have sent a letter asking President Barack Obama and others in his administration for an investigation. What we will get if it comes is massive damage to free speech and something you would think an alarmist would fear: less discernment in coping with climate change.

    Free speech, after all, has beneficial consequences. As the great English philosopher John Stuart Mill said in his 1859 book, "On Liberty," silencing an opinion robs everybody. It just may be true or at least partially true, and, if we do not hear it, we may never profit from the multiple dividends this truth provides.

    To argue authority can squash opinion without fear of squashing truth is to assume human infallibility of a kind that Mill has never noticed, he says. He tells us, too, that discounting an argument because it's intemperate can be risky, seeing as how all sides in a dispute may be intemperate.

    Banishing opinions from people with ulterior motives? That's a mistake, he points out, because bad actors can have correct opinions. Throughout the history of science, consensus theories have evolved only to be sent to the shed, and the alarmist consensus is nowhere near what it is made out to be, as careful critics have shown.

    Twenty years before the birth of Albert Einstein, who dramatically redid the theories of Isaac Newton, Mill said even Newton should be questioned. So should the views of warming alarmists.

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Re: Foreign Policy A Problem? Blame Climate Change

Post by Riddick » 11-14-2015 06:18 AM

Al Gore's All-Star Climate Telethon Suspended After Deadly Paris Attacks

Besides Gore, the broadcast was to feature musical performances by Elton John, Duran Duran and others. Other concerts were to be broadcast from locations around the globe, from Rio de Janeiro to Miami, Sydney and Cape Town.

Gore's aim is to raise awareness about global warming a few weeks before world leaders gather for the COP 21 Paris climate summit opening Nov. 30.


Not to be insensitive or flippant in the face of such horrific tragedy, yet based on his shamelessly opportunistic broken-record rhetoric? I'd not be surprised at some point to hear Sec Of State Kerry claim climate change contributed to the attacks...

BTW, is it me or has anyone else noticed the phrase "Climate Crisis" in increasing usage as of late? A semi-subtle referential shift, mayhap, yet so much the better to foment mass emotional hysteria! - Er, aid public education and raise awareness.

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