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The Democrats say manmade global warming is real. That the science is settled. And anyone who denies this is a fool. So the danger of manmade global warming is real and time is of the essence. To save the planet. Destroy the economy. And our way of life (see Examiner Editorial: Governments resolved to stop global warming even if it doesn’t exist posted 4/21/2014 on the Washington Examiner).
PJ Media’s Tom Harris recently noted that global warming advocates ought to heed that warning. Harris’ observation followed release of the latest report of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The IPCC cried that fossil fuel energy use around the world must be reduced by as much as 70 percent by 2050 to avoid the apocalyptic “death, injury and disrupted livelihoods” caused by man-made atmospheric warming.
“This will require massive cuts in our use of coal, oil, and natural gas, the sources of 87 percent of world primary energy consumption,” Harris said. It will also require quadrupling the amount of energy generated from renewable and nuclear sources, plus widespread adoption of carbon capture and storage technology that doesn’t even exist yet.
So, to fight global warming will require the kind of spending it took to win World War II. The cost of energy would soar and leave people with little left to spend on their families. Crippling our economy. While leaving us with far less reliable electric power. Making brownouts and blackouts commonplace. Changing our lives greatly. And what will we get in return? Not a whole heck of a lot.
But the IPCC is crying wolf, according to the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change, a voluntary international assembly of scientists and scholars brought together by the Heartland Institute, an American think tank. The NIPCC’s goal is to “present a comprehensive, authoritative, and realistic assessment of the science and economics of global warming” independent of the political and economic interests that inevitably drive the analyses of governmental entities like the UN’s IPCC.
The NIPCC’s bottom line is that atmospheric warming comes and goes over time, with average temperatures actually declining over the past 17 years. As a result and contrary to those crying wolf on global warming, the earth’s ice cover “is not melting at an enhanced rate; sea-level rise is not accelerating; and no systematic changes have been documented in evaporation or rainfall or in the magnitude or intensity of extreme meteorological events.” In fact, warmer temperatures and increased carbon content in the atmosphere can be beneficial to human beings, animals and plant life, “causing a great greening of the Earth,” according to the N-GIPCC.
Yes, warm is better. After all, no one bitched when global warming caused the glaciers to recede and end the ice ages. Because where the glaciers receded life took to that once frozen wasteland. And when the glaciers from the greatest ice age (ending about 635 million years ago) receded after nearly covering the planet in ice man wasn’t even using fire yet. In fact, the greater apes man evolved from didn’t arrive until about 15 million years ago. After the great glaciers receded back from the equator. So when the planet warmed and pushed back those glaciers it sure wasn’t man doing it. Which means if you believe in evolution you can’t believe in manmade global warming. Because the planet warms and cools. And has been doing so far longer than man has been around.
Tim Wirth, the former congressman and present vice chairman of the U.N. Foundation, said “even if the theory of global warming is wrong, to have approached global warming as if it is real means energy conservation, so we will be doing the right thing anyway in terms of economic policy and environmental policy.” No matter that jobs, growth and comfort will be lost. Keep that in mind next time President Obama claims Americans must spend billions of tax dollars on “green” energy because global warming is “real.”
So these great costs are necessary even if they are wrong and manmade global warming is not settled science. Because crippling our economy and causing power brownouts and blackouts are a good thing. Why? One reason. It empowers government. To further intrude in how we live our lives. Which is the only thing battling manmade global warming does.
Tags: blackouts, brownouts, climate change, glaciers, Global Warming, ICE, ice age, IPCC, manmade global warming, theory of global warming, warming
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The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently released a new climate report. And it contained some of the most alarmist language yet used by the IPCC. So alarmist that an author removed his name from the report. Not because he disagrees with the underlying science. But because the “inflammatory and alarmist claims delegitimize the IPCC as a credible and neutral institution.” And why was the language so alarmist? Because the fury of global warming was going to rain hellfire down upon us unless we acted immediately to curb our carbon emissions. For the level of our carbon emissions was growing ever more perilous. Taking us to the point of no return. Again. So immediate action was required. Hence the alarmist nature of the report.
Some of those in the alarmist camp even want to go as far as jailing climate change deniers. Because it is these people that are allowing the carbon polluters to pollute with abandon. Because people believe them and their science. That man isn’t causing global warming. It’s because of these people that America never signed the Kyoto Protocol. And because they have not implemented economic strangling carbon reduction policies (such as a carbon tax) the United States is one of the driving forces of manmade global warming. Because of their carbon emissions. Of course, the data doesn’t agree with this (see US CO2 Emissions Per Capita Are At Their Lowest Levels In 50 Years by Rob Wile posted 4/14/2014 on Business Insider).
And the following chart from AEI’s Mark Perry shows the U.S. has been making significant gains in carbon dioxide reduction: At about 17 tons per capita, we are at a level not seen in half a century. Perry writes:
CO2 emissions per capita in the US increased slightly last year, but were back to the same level as in 1963 (50 years ago), and 23% below the peak in the early 1970s, thanks to the boom in shale gas, which has displaced coal for electricity generation.
Back to what it was in 1963? You know what that means? We are at risk of another ice age. For on Earth Day in 1970 the climate scientists were warning us to store food to survive the coming ice age. Which was coming. For the planet had been cooling for some 20 years. And if those present trends continued it was death by cold. Just like they are saying now that if present trends continue it will be death by warm. Even though there is less carbon in the atmosphere than when they were predicting death by cold. Which is why there are a lot of climate change deniers.
Then again, perhaps man is causing global warming. By removing so much carbon from the atmosphere. For it was cooler when there was more carbon floating around up there. It would explain why that when a volcano throws up the same stuff a coal-fired power plant does it causes cooling. While the coal-fired power plant causes warming. Even though it’s pretty much the same stuff they’re putting into the atmosphere. Which is another reason why there are so many climate change deniers. For it appears whether carbon will cause warming or cooling depends on the day that carbon is having. For it appears carbon has attitude. And is moody. Which is the only way it can support such contradicting conclusions.
Tags: alarmist, atmosphere, Carbon, carbon emissions, climate, climate change, climate change deniers, CO2, CO2 emissions, cooling, ice age, IPCC, manmade global warming, warming
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The earth’s climate is not a constant. It changes. And has been changing over the 4.54 billion years the planet’s been here. Going from one extreme to another over hundreds of thousands of years. Periods of time so great nothing living has ever experienced these changes. For example, no one ever lived to see the polar regions free of ice and glaciers extending down from the polar ice caps to near the equator. The time between these two climate extremes was far too great for any living thing to observe. But that’s how climate changes. Over vast amounts of time. We may experience hot days and cold days. Hot summers and cold winters. But we just won’t experience climate change. We are likely to die in the climate we were born in. As it has been throughout time.
The last great climatic change of the planet was the Little Ice Age from approximately 1350 to 1850. That’s a period of 500 years. Or 250 years of cooling and 250 years of warming. Approximately. And unless you remained alive for some 3 or 4 generations of your family tree you didn’t experience any climate change. You just accepted the climate you were living in as being normal. And got on with life. Which makes all these climate doomsayers seem silly and needlessly frightened. For they will be long dead and buried before there is any real climate change. Yet they wring their hands with worry whenever something happens in a very short period of time. As if that small change in that minute period of time means anything. Like melting glaciers in Greenland (see Study: Ice Sheet Destabilizing, Threatening Greater Sea-Level Rise by Alan Neuhauser posted 3/16/2014 on US News and World Report).
A new region of a massive ice sheet in Greenland has become unstable, threatening to raise global sea levels beyond previous estimates, an international team of scientists has found.
The ice sheet, known simply as the Greenland Ice Sheet, is a roughly 660,000-square mile swath of ice that covers 80 percent of the country. The second-largest ice sheet in the world behind the Antarctic Ice Sheet, it’s especially vulnerable to global warming, yet its northeast portion had remained largely unaffected by rising temperatures…
From April 2003 to April 2012, the northeast portion lost about 10 billion tons of ice per year, according to GPS data. It’s a finding that researcher Shfaqat Abbas Khan called “very surprising…”
Researchers believe that melting of the ice sheet has been one of the largest factors in sea-level rise, contributing 0.5 millimeters to the total of 3.2 millimeters of sea rise per year.
Once upon a time ice didn’t cover 80% of Greenland and the land in Greenland was actually green. There was life. Warm weather. And warm soil. Where things grew. Allowing other things to live. Then the cold weather came. A period of global cooling. An ice age. And killed it all. But now it may be spring in Greenland once again. Allowing life to propagate in new soil revealed beneath receding glaciers. Perhaps even providing farmland. And more opportunity for Greenlanders. Of course the current generation of Greenlanders will never see this. But their great-great-great-great-grandchildren might. And they’ll probably like it. Because we really know how everyone feels about ice and snow. Based on the destination of everyone going on winter or spring break at least. They go where it’s warm. Because warm is better.
Tags: climate, climate change, climate extremes, cold, glaciers, Greenland, ICE, ice age, ice sheet, melting glaciers, polar ice caps, polar regions, sea levels, snow, warm
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The left likes to attack religion. Pointing out how those in power created all religions. To control the people. And to increase their power. They note that these religions are not based in scientific fact. But on faith. And silly superstitions. Not intelligent thought. Which is why the left attacks religion. To free people from these silly superstitions. So they can control the people with their own silly superstitions and faith (see I Spent 28 Hours on a Bus. I Loved It. by Eric Holthaus posted 2/4/2014 on Slate).
For the first time, 195 nations backed a consensus statement saying that humanity is “extremely likely” (greater than 95 percent confidence) to be the dominant cause. That’s about the same confidence doctors have that smoking causes cancer…
That means we have no choice but to change our collective path right now.
There is no such thing as consensus in science. We don’t take votes in science. We use the scientific method. And here’s how Merriam-Webster defines the scientific method:
principles and procedures for the systematic pursuit of knowledge involving the recognition and formulation of a problem, the collection of data through observation and experiment, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses
Do you see anything about taking votes and forming a consensus? No. Because it’s not science when you take votes and form a consensus. When empirical data and experimentation uphold a hypothesis what does that mean? It means we haven’t disproved that hypothesis yet. It doesn’t mean that hypothesis is a scientific fact. It just means someone hasn’t come around to disprove it yet.
We don’t know what killed off the dinosaurs yet. We have many hypotheses. A massive meteorite hit the earth. A period of volatile volcanic activity. Continental drift cooled the planet. Dinosaur flatulence warmed the planet. Aliens killed them. Or took them away. There are many theories. But no one knows for sure what happened. And scientists haven’t taken a vote to settle the matter once and for all. They are still working to figure that out. Because that’s the scientific method. Whereas the theory of global warming (let’s call it what it was before their warming predictions were proven wrong and they opted to use climate change) is the only ‘science’ the left wants us to accept as settled science. Without any further inquiry. And they even belittle anyone who believes in the scientific method as climate change deniers. Because we don’t pray at the altar of global warming. Turning our world over to those who want to regulate every aspect of our lives.
Climate was around a lot longer than dinosaurs. Yet while we can only make educated hypotheses on what happened to the dinosaurs we can supposedly understand fully something that predates the dinosaurs. Which is preposterous to say the least. In the Seventies they were warning us about global cooling. Then in the Nineties they were warning us about global warming. Without ever saying that they were wrong when they said the planet was cooling. Or why we should believe them now when they were wrong before. And not just a little wrong. They were the most wrong possible. Changing from one extreme (cooling) to the other extreme (warming).
Climate doesn’t only predate the dinosaurs. It also predates man. And there was a lot of climate activity going on long before man created his first carbon emission. Once upon a time there were no polar icecaps. Then at another time glaciers reached down from the polar regions to near the equator. These extremes happened long before the internal combustion engine. Or the coal-fired power plant. In fact, these things happened when there were no manmade carbon emissions. So what caused these climate extremes that were much more extreme than the climate of today? Whatever it was we do know one thing. Man did not cause them. Just as he is not causing global warming today. For it may come a shock to liberals but man is not bigger than climate. Climate is bigger than man. And it can bring on another ice age and kill us in droves.
If you live in a northern clime look out your window at that snow and ice covering the ground. Now ask yourself this. How much food do you think our farmers could grow if their fields were covered with snow and ice all year round? Or if the temperatures never rose enough to warm the wet soil enough to allow seeds to germinate? None. That’s how much. We can irrigate land during a summer drought. But there will be nothing we can do to warm and dry the soil enough to grow food. Which means the climate doomsayers were right in the Seventies. Global cooling is the greater threat. Not warming. And anyone worried about manmade global warming should ask the climate ‘scientists’ to explain how the polar icecaps could melt, glaciers could extend down from the polar regions to the equator and then recede back to the polar regions without any manmade global warming around to cause this climate change. And if they can explain how with a straight face than perhaps we should listen to them. But not until then.
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The left has been warning us about the global warming apocalypse since the Nineties. And how the warming of the planet will kill us. But global warming is not high on the list of concerns for many these days. Especially during brutally cold weather of late (see About 35 feared dead in Quebec senior citizens’ home fire by The Associated Press posted 1/24/2014 on The Washington Times).
Using steam to melt the ice, investigators searched the frozen-over ruins of a retirement home Friday for victims of a fire that left about 35 people feared dead and cast such a pall over the village of 1,500 that psychologists were sent door to door.
The spray from firefighters’ hoses left the senior citizens home resembling a macabre snow palace, the ruins encased in thick white ice dripping with icicles.
Search teams of police, firefighters and coroners slowly and methodically went through the ruins, working in shifts in the extreme cold about 140 miles (225 kilometers) northeast of Quebec City. The afternoon temperature was around 3 degrees F (minus 16 Celsius.)…
Hivon said the home was up to code and had a proper evacuation plan. A Quebec Health Department document indicates the home which has operated since 1997, had only a partial sprinkler system. The home expanded around 2002, and the sprinklers in the new part of the building triggered the alarm.
The cold caused fire equipment to freeze, and firefighters used so much water that they drained the town reservoir.
Warm is better than cold. For we can survive in warm better than we can in cold. Here’s a fire in northern Quebec that became a dangerous labyrinth of ice as they fought a fire. Yet just another example of how dangerous cold can be.
The last of the great famines that weren’t manmade (like those resulting from the communism of Stalin or Mao or the current dictator in North Korea) were during the little ice age. When global temperatures cooled slightly. Shortening the growing season. Thus diminishing the food supply. And without sufficient food people die. This is the danger of climate. Cooling. For we can handle global warming. As long as it’s warm we can grow food. If the soil is too dry we can irrigate. If it doesn’t rain we can irrigate the land with desalinated seawater. Of which there is a never ending supply of in the world’s oceans. And we can turn seawater into fresh water with the energy from nuclear power plants that provide our electricity to drive our air conditioners during the greatest of heat waves.
If it’s warm there is no limit to what man can do. If the world is covered in snow and ice, though, not even man can save the human race. Unless, that is, manmade global warming is real. If so then man could warm an ice age and grow the food to sustain the human race.
Global warming? Pish tosh. The great civilizations arose once man took control of his environment. And if he’s warming it so much the better. For that just means longer growing seasons and more food to sustain a growing world population.
Tags: cold, famine, food, food supply, Global Warming, growing season, ICE, ice age, warm, warming, water
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Those on the left are always sick with worry about something. Because they are a miserable people. Who really don’t understand anything. But they know that whatever is happening is bad. In the Seventies it was global cooling. A new ice age was coming. And they were angry that government leaders weren’t listening to them and storing up food as the ice age was imminent. Just years away. And if we didn’t start storing food to get us through the coming bleak, glacier-covered period we were doomed.
Well, the ice age did not come as they had warned. And they found warning about an ice age sucked. Because what could the government do but store food? Global warming, on the other hand, held a lot more promise. For they could blame that on man. And the carbon he was putting into the atmosphere with his modern world.
Global warming was a hit with the left. Because it led to a slew of environmental regulations. Increasing the cost of business. And changing the way we lived. This was so much better than global cooling. So the left warned us that the temperatures were rising. And that if we didn’t enact their new insufferable regulations the world would end as we knew it within the decade. They said this during the 1990s. The 2000s. And they continue to say this to this day. Despite weather like this (see Snow closes roads in Israel, is a source of wonder in Egypt by Laura King and Batsheva Sobelman posted 12/13/2013 on the Los Angeles Times).
Snow coated domes and minarets Friday as a record Middle East storm compounded the suffering of Syrian refugees, sent the Israeli army scrambling to dig out stranded motorists and gave Egyptians a rare glimpse of snow in their capital.
Nearly three feet of snow closed roads in and out of Jerusalem, which is set in high hills, and thousands in and around the city were left without power…
In Cairo, where local news reports said the last recorded snowfall was more than 100 years ago…
Storm-driven waves lashed Egypt’s Mediterranean coast, and fishermen in the ancient port city of Alexandria were warned by authorities against putting out to sea. In the Sinai Peninsula, snow fell on Mt. Sinai and St. Catherine’s monastery at its foot. Sleet washed the dusty fronds of desert palm trees.
The left said a few forest fires in the West were proof that the climate is warming. They said a drought in the farmland was proof that the climate is warming. They said that super-storm Sandy was proof that the climate was warming. Yet when we have record cold temperatures throughout the world and snow in the Middle East what do they say? These are just isolated weather events that don’t mean a thing. And we wouldn’t have these extreme cold temperatures if the climate wasn’t warming.
They actually say this. But they try not to use the term ‘global warming’ anymore as it makes them look like idiots. They prefer climate change. As it can cover warm, cold, wet, dry, wind, calm, whatever. They don’t have to be right about any prediction. As they can say any weather event is the result of catastrophic climate change. As they’ve been warning us was imminent for decades.
Tags: climate, climate change, global cooling, Global Warming, ice age, Middle East, record cold temperatures, snow, weather events
(Originally published October 18th, 2011)
We can Ultimately Blame Neanderthal’s Demise on the Hunter and Gatherer System
We’re Homo sapiens. Neanderthals were here before us. By a few hundred thousand years. Give or take. We have fossil evidence of their existence. And we’ve been able to put them into the historical timeline. But we’re not sure what happened to them. For they were stronger than us. And they had a similar brain size as ours. Stronger and just as smart, you’d have to give them the edge when Homo sapiens met Neanderthal. Yet here we are. Homo sapiens. Wondering what happened to Neanderthal man.
There are theories. Neanderthal was adapted to live in the cold. And he hunted cold-adapted mammals. But then an ice age came. And the temperatures fell. It became too cold even for the cold-adapted. The climate change pushed the 4-legged mammals south. In search of food ahead of the advancing glaciers. And Neanderthal followed. Moving into what were at one time warmer climes. Bumping into warmer-clime Homo sapiens.
The climatic change was rather sudden during this period. One theory says that this rapid changing changed the environment. Creating different plant and animal species. And Neanderthal was unable to adapt. Another theory says that as the glaciers advanced they just forced more people into a smaller area. And they fought over a smaller food supply. When the glaciers retreated, Homo sapiens then followed Neanderthals north. And expanded into their hunting grounds. Until they displaced them from the historical timeline.
Whatever happened one thing is sure. We can ultimately blame their demise on the hunter and gatherer system. Because this system requires large hunting grounds for survival. Advancing glaciers reduced those hunting grounds. Putting more people together in a smaller area. Competing for limited food resources. And they ultimately lost that competition.
The Hunter and Gatherer Culture Continued to do things as they had During the Stone Age
We can see a more recent example of the demise of a hunter and gatherer people. In North America. During the European colonization of that continent.
The North American continent is huge. Much of it remains uninhabited to this date. But it wasn’t big enough for the North American Indians and the Europeans. Why? The Indians were hunters and gatherers. They needed a lot of land. Each tribe had ‘braves’. ‘Warriors’. Soldiers. Because they were a fighting people. They had a warring culture. They followed food. Taking land from other tribes. And protecting land from other tribes. So they needed large numbers of warriors. Which required large amounts of food. And great expanses of land to hunt that food.
The Europeans, on the other hand, were farmers. They could grow a lot of food. And grow large populations on very small tracts of land. They had higher population densities on their land. They were better fed. And they had a middle class thanks to a healthy food surplus. Which created new technologies. And provided tools and equipment to advance their civilization. While the hunter and gatherer culture continued to do things as they had during the Stone Age.
Food Surpluses Created a Middle Class which allowed Advanced Civilizations
Hunters and gatherers live at the mercy of their environment. Whereas farmers have taken control of their environment. Creating food surpluses. Which led to a middle class. And to advanced civilizations. Which is why they became the dominant civilization. And displaced hunter and gatherer people from the historical timeline. Simply by being a much more survivable people. Because they took control of their environment.
Tags: advancing glaciers, civilization, climate change, climatic change, environment, Europeans, farmers, food, food supply, food surplus, glaciers, historical timeline, Homo sapiens, hunters and gatherers, hunting grounds, ice age, Indians, middle, Neanderthals, tools
Global Warming Activists are Anti-Capitalists who want the US to be a European Social Democracy
Democrats lie. It’s the only way they can advance a liberal agenda the people don’t want. In the Nineties they warned us about impending doom from manmade global warming. They said their science told them that within a decade global temperatures would rise so much that the polar icecaps would melt. And the rising oceans would flood our coastlines. While the hotter temperatures would turn our fertile farmland into desert. The left wasn’t saying this could happen. They were saying it was going to happen.
Well, it didn’t. Every dire prediction they made didn’t happen. The polar icecaps are still there. Our coastlines are still there. Our farmlands are still fertile. In fact, they’re so fertile that America has an obesity problem. Because we’re eating too much food. And we’re eating too much food because we are growing so much food thanks to those fertile farmlands. Why, we’re growing so much food that we’re using a large portion of our corn crop to make ethanol to burn in our cars.
So either the global warming crowd was so very wrong. Or they were lying the whole time. Why would they lie? Well, who exactly are the global warming activists? They’re not Republicans. They’re not conservatives. They’re liberals. And it just so happens that they want the same thing liberal democrats want. An ever growing regulatory environment strangling our businesses. For these people are, generally, anti-capitalists. Who want the United States to become a European social democracy. Where there is fairness. Egalitarianism. And no rich people. Other than those in government.
The Climate Scientists were wrong about Manmade Global Warming and their Hurricane Predictions
Hurricane Katrina was the deadliest and costliest hurricane to hit the United States. And the left said, “See? Global warming.” Not only that they said this was only the beginning. And because of manmade global warming we could expect a lot more Hurricane Katrinas. In fact, it was a sure thing. Manmade global warming was going to fill the hurricane season with a lot more hurricanes. And a lot of them would be Hurricane Katrina bad. Or worse. And you could take that to the bank. Because their mathematical models proved this.
Well, it turned out these mathematical models were wrong. Since Katrina we’ve had nothing but mild hurricane seasons. Exactly the opposite of what the climate scientists said we would have. In fact, it took 7 years before we experienced another storm nearly as destructive as Katrina. Hurricane Sandy. Or Superstorm Sandy. As it wasn’t quite a hurricane. Though it was destructive. It wasn’t Hurricane Katrina destructive. Like the climate scientists said most hurricanes would be like following Katrina.
So either the climate scientists were just very bad at science. Or they’ve been lying. Or both. During the Seventies these same brilliant scientists were upset that the world’s governments wouldn’t heed their warnings and start storing food for the coming ice age. For they said it was a sure thing. And there was nothing we could do about it. Then another decade or so later these same climate scientists were warning us about global warming. Which was then a sure thing. As global cooling and ice ages was so yesterday’s climate.
The Left is Good at Lying because they keep the People Ignorant and Gullible
Today business is strangled by environmental regulations. The government is waging war against inexpensive and reliable coal-fired power plants. While spending our tax dollars on costly and unreliable renewable energy. Australia has a carbon tax. And Europe has an emissions trading scheme. To charge power plants, businesses, airlines, etc., for the carbon they exhaust into the atmosphere. Adding layers and layers of costs to everything we buy. All because the climate scientists said we were causing global warming. Warming the same planet they said was cooling a few decades earlier.
They were wrong. As they are on most things. In fact, they are some of the most ignorant smart people in the world. The political left. Who want to run our lives because they are so much smarter than we are. Yet their track record shows that they are not smarter than us. Or that they’re just very good liars. Who can tell the same lie over and over again and people will believe it. Like global warming. Or their Keynesian economic policies. Policies that have given us the Great Depression. The stagflation of the Seventies. Japan’s Lost Decade. The dot-com bubble and recession. The subprime mortgage crisis. And, of course, the European sovereign debt crisis.
Yet the left is very good at winning elections. And that’s because they are such good liars. For all of their policies are politically driven. They don’t care about manmade global warming. They just want to control the economy. So they can pick winners and losers. And enrich themselves. Which is why they will tell the same lie over and over again. Because they are so good at lying. And the people are so gullible. Because they are so ignorant. Thanks to our public schools. Which are controlled by the left (the teacher unions aren’t filling Republican campaign coffers). The problem with lying to advance your agenda, though, is that you can’t keep everyone ignorant forever. Eventually people grow up. They raise families and feel the direct result of the left’s costly policies. They live through 2 decades where there was no warming. They see few hurricanes despite predictions of record hurricane seasons. That’s why the left works so hard for the youth vote. Because they are just too young to have experienced these things. Young and dumb. The ideal Democrat voter. Who vote for the party that says sex is okay. And drugs aren’t that bad. Unlike their parents. Who are old enough to have experienced the left being so wrong for so long.
Tags: anti-capitalists, Carbon, climate, climate scientist, coastlines, Democrats, environmental regulation, European social democracy, Global Warming, Hurricane Katrina, hurricane season, ice age, liars, Liberal Agenda, manmade global warming, polar icecaps, social democracy
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Global warming is like a religion. You have to accept it on faith. Because there is just no evidence proving it (see Global warming alarmists worried about House hearing by ASHE SCHOW posted 8/23/2013 on the Washington Examiner).
Temperatures will be a little cooler in September when Congress returns from August recess, but House Republicans may heat things up again with a hearing on global warming and climate change.
Democrats are wary of the move, according to Politico. “House Republicans have essentially called Democrats’ bluff by scheduling a long-sought hearing next month on climate change,” Politico said…
“After a quarter-century of wildly alarmist predictions that have failed to pan out — often with specific dates now in the past — we’d say the five-point decline Frank cites is dismayingly low,” said the Journal’s James Taranto, referring to a statement by physicist Adam Frank about how the percent of Americans who understand global warming as a problem has declined since 1989…
Stubborn temperatures that refuse to go up, predicted weather disasters that didn’t occur (such as record numbers of hurricanes) and arctic ice that just won’t melt — no wonder global warming alarmists are trying to diminish the hearing before it even happens.
Only the faithful believe in global warming. Like in any religion. They can’t prove global warming exists. All of their dire predictions have been laughable failures. Yet they tell the faithful to act as if global warming exists. And to vote for them. So they can pass more anti-business policies to save the planet from global warming.
Before global warming do you know what they were warning us about? The coming ice age. All during the Seventies climates experts were warning governments to start stockpiling food as the coming ice age was going to soon shorten the growing season and cause great food shortages (see Global Warming or The “New Ice Age”? Fear of the “Big Freeze” published 1/2/2013 on Global Research). So it’s hard to take any climate expert seriously these days. Especially when they switch warning us about global cooling to global warming within a decade or so. For how can you be so sure about something only to change your mind and be so sure of the complete opposite thing?
Well, there is one way. Faith. For just as God moves in strange and mysterious ways so does climate. To the faithful, at least. Which is why the Democrats are wary of having a hearing on global warming and climate change. Because Republicans don’t embrace the global warming faith. They’ll want to move the debate into the temporal world of science and fact. Instead of leaving any discussions of global warming in the spiritual world. Where all discussions begin after an affirmation of the faith. Like they do on the left. Where they choose to accept global warming as fact. Without proving it factually.
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The glaciers may be retreating but May has been unusually snowy in Newfoundland. And cold (see Central Newfoundland digs out from freak snowfall posted 5/20/2013 on CBC News)
In Gander, 58 centimetres [22.8 inches] of snow fell between Saturday morning and Sunday night, with peak snowfall on Saturday evening.
Environment Canada meteorologist Jody Boyd said the snowfall blew away the prior record.
“Our normal snowfall for the month of May is just 13 centimetres [5.1 inches], and the highest monthly total in the past was set in 1972,” Boyd said. “For the whole month, it was 49 centimetres [19.3 inches], so we beat that over the span of 36 hours.”
Other parts of the province suffered inclement weather, including rain, drizzle and fog in eastern Newfoundland as well as cold temperatures.
Sounds like Great Britain last year. Cold and wet. Where they didn’t have much of a summer. And that unseasonably cool weather almost spoiled their Olympic Games. And here it is May in Newfoundland. Where the temperature on average is above freezing. With a record snowfall. And cold temperatures. Funny how that global warming can be.
One snowfall does not define climate. But if you listened to Al Gore back in the Nineties you’d be looking at the central United States, wondering why it’s not a large desert now. And why it even snows in Newfoundland anymore. Because manmade global warming was changing the climate. For over two decades now. Because we didn’t take immediate action in the Nineties to stop it. Starting with the Kyoto Protocol that the U.S. didn’t sign. And here we are. With record snow in Newfoundland in May. Even with China burning so much coal that they’re killing their people with a thick air pollution hanging over their cities. Yet there’s record snow in Newfoundland in May. And Britain barely had a summer last year.
Soon the environmentalists will be dusting off their original Earth Day predictions from the Seventies. Where they said that the planet would cool to twice what it needs to be to put us in an ice age. By the year 2000. Perhaps that’s why it’s snowing in Newfoundland. And why Britain barely had a summer last year. Because of the ice age we must be in. According to the 1970 Earth Day environmentalists.
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