Multinational Financial Interests Demand Trump Adhere To Paris Climate Accord…

Behind the social justice interventionism of the Birkenstock wearing Brangelina Peacenik useful-idiot-crowd, there’s the group of multinational financial interests who play the strings on the idiots.

Multinational corporations and billionaire financiers use climate change as a tool toward furtherance of collected global wealth.  Their strategy is quite simple, and has been played out for several cycles.  Create an institutional trade instrument (housing financial bubble example), control it, drive the pricing to an apex and reap the financial rewards.

Their expressed holy grail for human control is a global tax on all people more commonly known as a “carbon-trading tax”.  A planetary tax on personage.  Various religious groups have a financial method to purchase entry to heaven called ‘indulgences’.  Hence the comparison of Climate Change to a religion is exponentially accurate.

The “Carbon Trading” fundamental financial instrument is the foundational block of the financial interests behind modern climate change.  The latest exhibition of a decades long series of international construct was the Paris Climate Change agreement.

REUTERS – Investors with more than $15 trillion of assets under management urged governments led by the United States to implement the Paris climate accord to fight climate change despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to pull out.

“As long-term institutional investors, we believe that the mitigation of climate change is essential for the safeguarding of our investments,” according to the letter signed by 214 institutional investors and published on Monday.

“We urge all nations to stand by their commitments to the Agreement,” it said. Signatories of the letter included the California Public Employees Retirement System and other pension funds from Sweden to Australia.

The letter was addressed to governments of the Group of Seven, before a summit in Italy on May 25-26, and to leaders of the Group of 20 who will meet in Germany in July.

Trump is due to announce in coming days whether he will carry out a campaign threat to “cancel” the 2015 Paris Agreement, which aims to limit a rise in temperatures by phasing out use of fossil fuels.

The European Union has been scrambling to persuade Trump, who wants to bolster the U.S. coal industry, to stick with the accord. His advisers have warned of legal problem if Washington stays but waters down its climate commitments. (read more).

It’s never about “climate”, or “planetary climate control” that’s a ridiculously silly exposition to even discuss amid any intellectual person unconnected to the payoff at the end of the climate rainbow.  The real motive here is “control”… over people.

The climate changes.  Go see the Grand Canyon, or dig up a dinosaur bone to see the reality of it.   The state of Florida is sand and phosphate because it used to be completely under water.  However, humans have no impact on the planets’ ability to change.

Human evolution changes as the planet changes, not vice-versa – see skin colors etc.

The 2010 Icelandic Volcanic Eruption contributed as much CO2 to the atmosphere as over 100 years of industrial human activity; in less than 30 minutes of natural volcanic output.

Climate change is real, it has always been thus.  Man-made climate change is a complete and utter fraud, just ask the Wooly Mammoth.

The goal of the Climate Change religion is this:

CONTROL

 

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419 Responses to Multinational Financial Interests Demand Trump Adhere To Paris Climate Accord…

  1. Other Notable Democrat Inventions (off the top of the head)

    -Polio infused blankets for Native Am’s
    -Gold Rush of 49
    -Lobotomy for the born
    -Killing the unborn
    -Refusing to kill murderers
    -KKK
    -NAMBLA
    -Bowling for Columbine
    -Loose Change
    -Montreal Protocol
    -Paying Iran to take real centrifuges
    -Pro Palestine (modern antisemitism)
    -Pro “Jew’s” (because $)
    -Pro Labor (because intimidation)
    -Pro Pharma (because $)
    -Pro amphetamines for children (ADHD)
    -Pro Opiate Database (because pharma2good)
    -Pro gun control (because Dem’s get shot)
    -Pro Muslim (because)
    -Pro “Catholic” (because $)
    -Pro ACLU (because too many Catholics)

    Stranger yet…a land originally sought to practice religion freely w/o persecution now demonizes practicing religion freely and persecutes to the fullest extent of the law. But then again if one doesn’t believe in the afterlife, by default they are destined to make this place Heaven. What the Hell do they have to lose, right? I suppose we’ll find out…

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    • WSB says:

      IRS and CIA.

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    • Kay Emig says:

      Uh, the blanket thingy you started with was actually a suggestion by the Brits, before the Revolutionary War…

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      • nuthinmuffin says:

        “blanket thingy”? are you 8?

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        • Kay Emig says:

          Don’t know what “8” means, sorry. The British government floated the idea of giving Native Americans smallpox infested blankets before the American Revolution. I don’t think any Dems existed yet to blame.

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          • Realist says:

            Utter NONSENSE the ASIAN LAND BRIDGE IMMIGRANTS the so called ‘Native Americans just did not have the IMMUNE SYSTEMS to cope with European diseases they were NEVER deliberately infected.

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            • Kay Emig says:

              Sir, we all know that. However, that WAS a Brit general who floated the idea about the blankets. I don’t think his suggestion was acted on; but the idea lives on today in the ‘pseudo history’ of Native American resistance culture as something that the U.S. government actually did to them. Just trying to keep it real here and not let the thing go uncorrected. Sadly, there were some white people who thought of the Native Americans as vermin – one such guy in the Tucson area would give little N.A. Kids poisoned candy to get rid of them….

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    • Bob says:

      This article sends the message that the Left has been successful in brainwashing three generations of our kids into thinking that Global Warming/ClimateChange are actually one, manmade, two, that we have to act know before the world is doomed.

      So that equates to the kids in College and University were indoctrinated all through High School and the kids in High School now, continue to be programed for further radicalization once they reach what were once called schools of Higher Learning.

      Of course the bottom line is the CONTROL factor of the population, and lets not forget the big money reward for the fat cat ruling class, that being MONEY.

      All of this is being compartmentalized and spread under the auspices of the United Nations and their One World Governance program Agenda 21. It’s too bad President Trump even has to think more than a second on the issue….the USA should not sign the accord and should work towards a positive program to remove the untrue ideology spread by the Left.

      We have to stop talking about it and shut it down.

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      • Bendix says:

        The Chicken Little reference in the picture is appropriate. Chicken Little was a young chicken, inexperienced.
        Young people today are convinced that their parents don’t care if they die or not. So they turn to the politicians and celebrities who truly don’t care if they die or not.
        Obama, for instance. He knows the harm awaiting girls and women due to his Men First policies. He has many if not most of our youth brainwashed to believe that, for instance, bringing in masses of Muslim men who WILL kill us is worth the price. Why is it worth it, and to whom?

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      • DD More says:

        And Bob, “the kids in College and University were indoctrinated all through High School and the kids in High School now, continue to be programed for further radicalization ”

        with the ‘Latest Global Average Tropospheric Temperatures’ currently lower than the 1998 spike, or for their entire lifetimes. It currently is not warming.
        http://www.drroyspencer.com/latest-global-temperatures/

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      • kp3ace says:

        Of course, this probably means we’ll have to bow out of NAFTA since we can’t accept anything from a country that doesn’t abide by those same rules. That would be an important of carbon.

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      “Pro Jew’s?” aside from the punctuation mistake..why don’t you like Jews? And “pro Palestine?” There is no Palestine. That doesn’t exist.

      Maybe I am missing your point.

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        • SEJMON says:

          I hope-NY GUY 54-you will find in book-WHY ARE JEWS LIBERALS ? answer. Mr.Podhoretz is conservative man of jewish faith so he know them to the bone so to speak…..

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      • My point was that there’s still a lot of anti-semitism in the DNC and that energy was rebranded into being Pro Palestine as a disguise of that hatred. DNC also does a lot of campaigning to people of Jewish heritage for votes and for funding. I will overlook the charge by you that I have anything but respect for Jewish people (heritage or faith).

        So my point is that it was too obvious to allow the radical fringe type’s to march as they did in (Jewish suburb of Chi) Skokie as Klansmen. Even if the news is helping by calling them far right the majority of people know better and it got in the way of Jewish votes and contributions. To bottle that same hatred and present it under a different hue Ferguson2Palestine was born as one example. Ferguson had nothing to do with Palestine and it was beyond odd to see that of all things bubble up when it did. In other words I feel as if this is a coordinated effort by DNC to say “we aren’t against Jews…we are just for Palestine” wink wink.

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      • Realist says:

        True there never has been a Country or State called Palestine it therefor logically follows that it can’t be INVADED or OCCUPIED and you can’t be a REFUGEE from it. The MUSLIM ARAB INVADERS, for that is indeed what they are and were before the Paedophilic Homosexual Terrorist Yasser Arafat INVENTED the Palestinians in the ’60s’, have no claim whatsoever to the Holy Land apart from INVASION and OCCUPATION ans since the JEWS took the land back by force that they have HISTORICAL RIGHTS too far beyond that of an INVADING MUSLIM ARAB then the so called “Palestinians” have no case to argue whatsoever.

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    • Ono says:

      Federal reserve!

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    • Blankets to Native Americans were unknowingly infused with measles germs. NAs had not developed natural immunity as Europeans had, so Boom!

      Now, of course, I’m betting that with all the measles vaccinations being administered, we will again lose our natural immunity. When I was a kid, measles was considered a normal part of childhood! Same with mumps and chicken pox. Now? Who knows?

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  2. Using a natural unstoppable process to create a fictional global crisis to further your own financial and political agenda is just down right despicable, and what’s really sad is how people continue to be manipulated like pawns on a chessboard. Well “Climate Change” is a hoax and this pawn is moving on.

    Don’t get me wrong, I like things like recycling, high efficiency, and alternative energy (solely to have a fossil fuel replacement ready when it runs out) as much as the next guy, but not because of “Climate Chaneg” but because they make sense! Using and reusing materials efficiently is smart in a world with finite natural resources, but, in typical fashion, progressives and globalists have hijacked an actionable and sensible concept and turned it into a zero-sum, agree or die, social justice cause that gets completely drowned out by their sanctimonious virtue signaling, mind-numbing hypocrisy, and apocalyptic fear mongering. Just plain sad!

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    • BakoCarl says:

      “people continue to be manipulated like pawns on a chessboard” . . . and this shows the power of year after year indoctrination by the schools that global warming is a real danger to the future of mankind. Train a child up in a certain way (while his brain and cognitive processes are still developing), and he will not depart from it.

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      • WSB says:

        Islam has been doing this for years.

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      • Yep, and while it’s coming from teachers in a classroom it’s also coming from journalists in a newsroom. It’s pretty much inescapable.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Don’t forget movies and tv…it’s everywhere.

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          • Absolutely! And not giving into it makes you feel like a salmon swimming upstream… exhausting but worth it! 🙂

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          • farmhand1927 says:

            They start kids off down the road of climate hysteria in preschool which, along with destruction of the family unit, is why libs are obsessed with all moms going to work and their babes sent off to daycare. Every movie and tv show kids watch, as wheatietoo points out, is centered around either the climate change or LGBT agenda or both.

            Teachers in public schools have no conscience about pushing the common core climate agenda. Deniers or those even asking questions are often ostracized for being an ecological threat. By the time they’re in college, they hate the fossil fuel $80k SUV their parents drive them to campus in, they berate themselves in behavior and appearance, all at the altar of Climate Change. Those that actually do graduate and get jobs go to work for large leftist run corporations that push the same agenda.

            Silly kids, everything they ever wanted to know about changes in climate, who causes it and why, they can read in the Bible. There are some major climate and weather events recorded in The Good Book that would render meteorologists on The Weather Channel speechless. In particular, there was a really big flood. It wasn’t manmade in the sense that man’s daily activities of living caused it but rather man’s sinful nature and deliberate disobedience did.

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            • TheLastDemocrat says:

              farmhand – I believe this. The schools use the environment issue as the beginning for driving a wedge between child and parent. They begin in first grade.

              My kid came home from first grade telling me not to waste water – like having the tap run while washing hands. Wasting water hurts the earth, which is bad, for whatever reason. Whatever they tell the kids has to be simple, since the kids are young. So it is s imply “bad” versus “good.”

              So, my kid is now policing me on matters of morality. So, everything is flipped. Rather than me teaching my son morality, my son is policing me on matters of morality. So, the kids get used to this role.

              So, I declare that I am not wasting water. I ask a few questions about where did the water come from, and where does it go, and SURPRISE we stumble across the entire “water cycle” idea, which the kids ALSO have already learned. So, overall, if no water is leaving the planet, and none is entering, and it continuously goes in a cycle, then how am I wasting it? The kid has no answer. The kid is a robot programmed to see water usage as water wasting. Despite what has come out of the other side of the school’s mouth.

              Folks, as we consume energy, or grow crops and have babies, we are all just moving around material and energy that is already here.

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              • TLD – you beat me to it! I was silently commenting as I read these posts – you are leaving out the parents! That wedge between kids and parents trick has been going on for more than 60 years. I was the victim of it in California schools. But no one could break the bond between me and my parents!

                That is still true today. Despite all the propaganda, when kids get asked who their “role models” are, with the expected answer a hip-hop person, sports star or Hollywood actor, they consistently disappoint the questioners by answering,”My Mom! My Dad!”

                So, take heart. It’s tough to defeat nature and nature’s G-d. Oh, also, we have plenty of natural resources, including oil, and most are renewable. The natural resource cycles are also self-regulating, so take that Lefties!.

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    • and doncha just love all these “Climate concerned citizens” that leave trucks and trucks worth of trash at their protests sights. A real concern about environment shown there right? I do not remember any “Tea Party” or concerned citizen leaving even a lick of paper on the ground.

      and doncha just love how they can make “demands” of our President?

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    • nightmare on k st says:

      and old line fossil fuel companies are penalized/taxed, while new scam ones (Solyndra/Tesla) are created to profit from Government largess and leave the taxpayers/investers with the debt

      “they make money the old fashioned way – they earn it” …… Smith Barney (not the Barney Smith that Obama trotted out complaining about his job being sent to China …. how’d that work out by the way)

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    • Bendix says:

      I hear you. I myself could be categorized as an avid environmentalist. That’s one thing that frustrated me with the people calling themselves conservative, in the Republican Party. How can Conservatives not favor conservation? It isn’t an either/or choice, as it’s presented.
      I remember quite a few years back, a man I worked with was angry, because he stopped by an unfamiliar garage, having experienced car trouble as he traveled for work.
      The mechanic at the garage told him he was in need of a major, expensive repair, and pointed out a few things in the engine as “evidence”. The man with the car was no mechanic, but he was in a technical profession and he had enough basic knowledge to know that what the mechanic was showing him could not possibly be the cause of his engine trouble. He wondered how many people with no technical training would have had no choice but to take the mechanic’s word for it.
      Why this reminds me of the global warming scam, is that the “evidence”, where it even exists, is being taken at face value by people who blindly accept the ‘expert’s’ assertion.

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      • Notice that the “evidence” (you correctly put quotes around the word) is mostly very far away from where you are – hence unprovable; or potential or projected – hence, again, unprovable. IOW, not evidence.

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  3. A.D. Everard says:

    I’m not going to credit the activists with the term “climate change”, which was a dodge when global warming stopped -ahem- warming… Global warming, then, is not only a con to control people, it was also a means of bringing down the West.

    They deliberately attacked the “engine” of civilization. They attack the fuel going into the engine – coal, petroleum, etc,, everything needed to run it, and they attack the exhaust coming out of the engine – CO2, which all life emits and happens to be plant food.

    When civilization has a well-running engine and none of these idiotic green-schemes, it is actually beneficial to mankind AND the planet. On top of that, a prosperous civilization respects it’s environment whereas an impoverished one vandalizes the countryside for food and wood.

    The control these activists and organizations like the UN want is massive, and the destruction, total.

    And this is why I am so excited that President Trump is President Trump. If anyone can turn this nonsense around, he can.

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    • nuthinmuffin says:

      ” and happens to be plant food. ” hey, trees need to eat too…i’m going to brand that group anti-tree.

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      • A.D. Everard says:

        Exactly! The use of fossil fuels feeds nature… a little something the anti-West, anti-civilization and anti-human groups don’t want the citizens to know.

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        • Maquis says:

          I’ve read that CO2 levels were actually getting so low that plant life was suffering and in danger of extinction. Bringing naturally sequestered carbon out of the earth and making it available again is more than beneficial, it’s vital.

          I know I know, where’s the link… I guess I will have to try and find something out there that supports this view.

          But it is common sense that the more carbon available the more carbon based life can exist.

          So we can now declare the Left to be Anti-Life!

          Oh, wait…

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  4. SharonKinDC says:

    In defense of SD, Martin Luther had plenty to say about indulgences: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninety-five_Theses EXCERPT: “They advance Luther’s positions against what he saw as abusive practices by preachers selling plenary indulgences, which were certificates believed to reduce the temporal punishment for sins committed by the purchasers themselves or their loved ones in purgatory. In the Theses, Luther claimed that the repentance required by Christ in order for sins to be forgiven involves inner spiritual repentance rather than merely external sacramental confession. He argued that indulgences lead Christians to avoid true repentance and sorrow for sin, believing that they can forgo it by purchasing an indulgence. They also, according to Luther, discourage Christians from giving to the poor and performing other acts of mercy, believing that indulgence certificates were more spiritually valuable. Though Luther claimed that his positions on indulgences accorded with those of the pope, the Theses challenge a fourteenth-century papal bull stating that the pope could use the treasury of merit and the good deeds of past saints to forgive temporal punishment for sins. The Theses are framed as propositions to be argued in debate rather than necessarily representing Luther’s opinions, but Luther later clarified his views in the Explanations of the Disputation Concerning the Value of Indulgences.”

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Yes.
      Thank you…I thought that I remembered that the Catholic Church used to sell ‘indulgences’.

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    • Stringy theory says:

      Nothing has changed in all the centuries since the catholic church offered get out of pergatory free cards, to those who had the bucks to buy them.

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    • MaryLS says:

      At least the original indulgences were optional. We are all suckered into paying for the climate indulgences.

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    • skeinster says:

      Here’s a good short explanation.
      https://www.catholic.com/tract/myths-about-indulgences

      The most important point is the difference between the forgiveness of the sin, through the sacrament of Confession, and the lessening, or taking away of the temporal punishment for the sin, which remains even after the sin is forgiven.

      Like I said up top- it’s technical. And never make the act to obtain the indulgence the fiving of alms- b/c that does look like a sale.

      I just didn’t want SD’s stellar reputation as a researcher to suffer. You don’t have to agree with the practice, but you should use an accurate definition.

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      • LEET says:

        Sin is not forgiven through the “sacrament of confession” but through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Read 1 Corinthians chapter 15.

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  5. fleporeblog says:

    I guess folks didn’t listen to our President during his PA rally last week. He talked about the fact that the Paris agreement will cost the US approximately $2.6 Trillion dollars as well as an entire 1 point in our GDP. As soon as he finished that sentence, I shouted out loud he is getting us out of that mess. Keep in mind that the Panda hates the agreement as well. We need to continue to stroke the Panda.

    We are talking about an Energy explosion happening soon in the US like no one has seen. Interior Secretary Zinke is rolling back the Obozo land grabs and opening up huge parts of Utah for leading so that folks can take advantage of the coal found in those lands.

    https://www.doi.gov/pressreleases/secretary-zinke-issues-lease-56-million-tons-coal-central-utah

    Folks don’t be blinded by the reality right in front of us. There is sh….t Ivanka, Jared or any other believer in man caused climate change that will get our President to go in that direction.

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    • AndrewJackson says:

      Lol … good panda … good panda. I love it.

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      • nightmare on k st says:

        so the Bad Panda is making Business deals with the Trumps and Kushners

        I didn’t think the good cop – bad cop worked anymore

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      • Ono says:

        Big Panda walks into a restaurant and after he eats the waiter comes up with the Bill’

        The Panda pulls out a gun fires into the air , then walks out

        Def. Panda diet: Eats shoots and leaves..

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    • skeinster says:

      So, remind me again why the Kushners have offices in the White House?
      We’re told they’re advisors, but whenever they float one of their Lefty bad idesa,
      we’re assured that Pres. Trump doesn’t pay any attention to them.

      This puzzles those of us unutterably opposed to yet another political dynasty- and I go back to the Kennedy’s start. Why make your base uneasy for no good reason?
      This is my one and only major criticism of the President.

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    • nuthinmuffin says:

      the panda can’t continue to expand under this agreement…the only reason they would agree is to pressure the u s to follow suit, diminishing the only other major economy that competes with them. once the desired effect was achieved, they’d abandon the agreement like they always do

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      • nightmare on k st says:

        China was given like a 7 or 10 year window before compliance to catch up with industrialized nations

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        • nontroll says:

          Now think about this and try to give a logical response. While a monstrosity like China is becoming industrialized, would it not make a lot of sense to have them follow the latest protocols and environment protecting procedures as they build their industries from the very beginning? The reason that the climate scammers have given China this face saving 7 to ten year window is because China has told them to go fark themselves – they’re not playing. Honestly NOKS, you sound like you’ve had a a good long gulp of the Kool-aid. Stealth Concern Troll, are you?

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        • DD More says:

          Sir K-Str – So what did China actually agreed to?

          From the FACT SHEET: U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation
          https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/11/11/fact-sheet-us-china-joint-announcement-climate-change-and-clean-energy-c

          At the same time, President Xi Jinping of China announced targets to peak CO2 emissions around 2030, with the intention to try to peak early, and to increase the non-fossil fuel share of all energy to around 20 percent by 2030.

          In political spin talk, China will grow CO2 at the rate they want till 2030, then will increase the mix of non-fossil fuel (think nuclear power, thorium reactors & hydro growth of 3X the size of the Gorges Dam). Their planned growth doesn’t need what the West considers ‘renewable s’. If you actually look at China Power future growth plan, Obama gave away the store to get exactly what China was planning to do anyway.

          Even if they don’t change or make the targets, what is the penalty? Remember, as some have said, “Communists always lie.”

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        • DD More says:

          As a follow up – How hard will China have to go to get to the vaunted 20% non-fossil fuel share.

          According to the latest round of statistical data issued by CEC, China’s nation-wide electricity generation reached 5550TW hours in 2014, for year-on-year growth of 3.6%.
          In 2014, nationwide hydropower generation breached the 1000 TW hour threshold for the first time in history to reach 1070TW hours,1070 TW / 5550 TW = 19.23 %
          Despite China’s ongoing push for expanded wind power capacity, usage hours for wind power installations fell by 120 hours last year to 1905 hours. Nationwide grid-connected wind power generation nonetheless posted a year-on-year gain of 12.2%, to reach 156.3 TW hours. 156.3 TW / 5550 TW = 2.82 %
          China’s grid-connected solar power capacity also posted an impressive increase in 2014, rising by 67.0% year-on-year to reach 26.52GW by the end of December 2014. Nationwide grid-connected solar power generation reached 23.11 TW hours in 2014, for a year-on-year increase of 170.8%. 23.11 TW / 5550 TW = 0.42%
          Nationwide nuclear power generation in 2014 was 126.2 TW hours, for a year-on-year increase of 13.2% Usage times fell 385 hours year-on-year to 7489 hours on average. 126.2 TW/ 5550 TW = 02.28 %

          Hydro + Nuc = 19.23% + 2.28% = 21.51% They are already over the 20 percent over now.

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  6. rumpole2 says:

    This “Environmentalist” scam has been running as far back as I can remember.

    Even though I was a child in the 50’s I was at least partially aware of pending gloom and disaster. Environmentalists with “Models” and predictions back then. The world was already doomed and would “come a cropper” in the 80’s. The disaster du jour back then included a pending ice age. plus exponential population growth, world wide famine, much of the world’s arable land turned to DUST. Life expectancy in USA was predicted to drop to just 45 years old (as I recall). I don’t know WHY they were so worried.. since they also predicted that oil (fossil fuels) would all be used up by the 80’s and in addition supplies of metals such as gold, copper, zinc would be used up and there would be a HALT to electronics and communication technology.. a halt to technology generally.We were extolled to revert to the old ways and disavow new fangled technology. IT NEVER HAPPENED. The naysayers were TOTALLY WRONG theie “models” shown to be alarmist crap. NOTHING they predicted came to pass in the 80’s and 90’s. Even so they retained their revered positions and status as Environmentalist heroes.

    This “Environment doomed” scam is discredited. It’s a shame youguns today dont talk to their parents!!!

    Besides… if an agreement has the word “Paris” in it…… FLUSH IT!!

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Rumpole2: Preach!

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Stefan Molyneux (with Mike) cover some of the daft predictions of Doom and Gloom.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Playlist
        0:00 – Earth Day/Climate March/Old Doomsday Predictions
        24:00 – Man ‘Sentenced to Death for Atheism’ in Saudi Arabia
        34:46 – Describing Breastfeeding as ‘Natural’ Is Unethical
        40:04 – Avoiding Eye Contact Is Racist
        44:51 – Female Genital Mutilation
        54:00 – Barack Obama’s $400,000 Speech Deal
        58:30 – Mrs. Bernie Sanders Investigated by DOJ and FBI
        1:03:15 – Pope Francis Warns Against Libertarianism

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      In the 70s, I dutifully read and believed every word (cringing now for my young, foolish self) of The Population Bomb by Paul Erhlich. We were all going to die. And if somehow we lived, Newsweek had regular articles about the coming Ice Age. Imagine my astonishment when reeducation was attempted on me in the 90s that Global Warming was going to get me, instead. My liberal school friend from those years is a devout, fervent Climate Change believer. I told her once that I used to believe what they told us about the Ice Age, too, but now I was much more skeptical. She looked at me in amazement and said “oh yeah, I forgot about that…” But never mind. She has somehow squared that with her religion of Climate Change. I don’t ask. Ever.

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      • churchmouse says:

        Yes! Paul Ehrlich — I remember him and the others well.

        I did a science project on the whole thing in 1970 or 1971: population, the biosphere (a term that set the foundation for climate change), etc.

        Ralph Nader was my hero at that time.

        So glad we saw sense in the end.

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    • Prisoner says:

      That’s a good summary. If Trump goes along with the Paris accord it is a certain sign he has turned sour. He would again be following Paul Ryan’s agenda.

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    • 22CatsInTN says:

      I have the same memories of being taught all this nonsense and even at a young age (knowing nothing) it didn’t pass the smell test to me. It just seemed stupid.

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    • nightmare on k st says:

      Karnac The Magnificent

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  7. Weeper says:

    Climate is weather. Weather changes. Taxing people to live on Earth is GREED. “Whether” that “changes”, only time will tell. I trust PDJT to look out for our best interests.

    MAGA!!! 🦁

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    • SoCal Patriot says:

      The globalists think we are stupid. Many of us are old enough to remember when “The Ice Age” was going to freeze us in the 1970’s. The same people selling that BS are the ones selling global warming today.

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    • SteveInCO says:

      Normally I love what you say, but I gotta pick a nit here. Climate is not weather. It is very roughly average weather, but you have to look at it seasonally, not “what’s the average temperature in Chicago over the past 100 years” but “what’s the average winter temperature in Chicago.” It’s a huge difference; you can’t look at a single unseasonably hot or cold day and say “the climate has changed” unless you see enough of them that it’s clearly pulling the average away from its old value. Conversely, you can’t use a cold day to demonstrate the climate isn’t getting warmer (or vice versa).

      Where the climate change people go wrong is NOT in freaking out over weather, but in assuming that climate is changing due to human activity. Climate changes for any number of reasons. And (oh yes) their computer models pretty much all suck; we should be under boiling water by now based on their alarmist predictions of the past.

      As for the rest, I agree…but you don’t go far enough! As for taxing people to live on Earth…Isn’t almost *every* tax fundamentally a tax on living? You earn income in order to live…but it’s taxed. You’re taxed on the structure you live in (even if you rent; your landlord passes on his tax). Any tax on profits is a tax on living, since it’s a productivity tax, and one must be productive to live.

      And yes, any tax that goes to support government endeavors that have nothing to do with protecting rights…is greed on the part of government.

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      • Weeper says:

        Thank you SteveInCO. I try to “simplify” my thoughts. The points I was trying to make are these. The climate (weather patterns) changes on its own over time, and that taxing people because of that is greedy. I pay ALOT of money in taxes with no say so at all as to where or how that money is spent. Frankly, I’m tired of it. I hope things change under PDJT. Time will tell.

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        • SteveInCO says:

          I pay ALOT of money in taxes with no say so at all as to where or how that money is spent.

          As do we all. (One Libertarian idea I found intriguing was allowing people to designate where their income tax would go. I imagine that a LOT of special interest fluff would disappear when it turned out no one other than the special interests gave a flying damn about it.)

          I think we’re both agreed it’s a bogus excuse to tax people.

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          • John Denney says:

            I like the idea of rolling taxes uphill.
            A citizen pays taxes to his town for local services.
            The town pays a portion of the taxes it collects to the county, for county services.
            The county pays a portion of the taxes it collects to the state, for state services.
            The state pays a portion of the taxes it collects to the Feds, for Fed services.

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          • Orygun says:

            The topic of designating where your tax dollars go is one of my families favorites. That would eliminate most of the federal government overnight and we would eliminate any budget woes forever. Just follow the Constitution.

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      • Bendix says:

        My local weatherman was talking a lot about new warmest records, but when we started getting days like today (45 degrees) which bring the average down, he gets quiet.
        He’s supposed to be talking about weather, anyhow. Not climate.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      The one certainty about Climate…is that it changes.

      The climatological history of our planet shows us this.

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      • Weeper says:

        Yes. I’m a weather nut, so this is a subject near and dear to my heart. The “tax” or whatever it is…..not so much. Hopefully PDJT has “got this”, too!!

        MAGA!!! 🦁

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        • Fe says:

          He does Weeper, he does! He will get us out of that nutty Paris Climate Accord. It’s a SCAM bigly.

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          • Weeper says:

            Thanks Fe. Your reply means a lot ❤️ Been a tough night…..words tripping me up ☹️
            I think I’ll go see Suspicious cat for a 😻, then get some sleep.

            😉

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            • Fe says:

              Aww, it’ll be ok my friend. You always have great comments. There are times my words trip me up too, but I always knew what I meant and God knows too, and that is all that matters. Suspicious cat will put a big smile on your face. 😻😸😽 Sleep well. ❤

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      • DD More says:

        Yes Wheatie2 it does change, just not as much as most think.
        Let’s say we put together a map of climate classification, based on temperature, moisture and plant-life. Maybe call it, “K¨oppen-Geiger climate classification” with 5 main types and 14 subtypes. Well they did in 1900. How much area has changed over the years.
        differences between the results of Köppen classifications applied to the 1986 – 2000 interval and the whole analysis period from 1951 – 2000. The respective redistributions between the five main Köppen climate types are summarized in the transfer diagram given in Fig. 5. The resulting differences between the two periods concerning the spatial distribution of climate types are depicted in Fig. 6. 96.7% of the global land area are assigned to the same main Köppen climate in the two periods under consideration. For the remaining 3.3% changed.

        As to the 14 Subtypes, 92% of the global land area appear as stable climates when comparing the two selected periods on the basis of the two letter coded 14 Köppen subtypes.

        Characterizing Global Climate Change by means of Köppen Climate Classification (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/255532038_Characterizing_Global_Climate_Change_by_means_of_Koppen_Climate_Classification [accessed May 8, 2017].

        Figure #6 has a location map of the changes. Mostly greening bands across the Sahara, USA midwest and along mountains.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          My point…and perhaps I should have elaborated…is that the earth’s Climate is always in a gradual state of change, naturally.

          It was changing long before man started keeping records…or had developed any means to pollute it.

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  8. MIKE says:

    He may balk. He may sign. Whatever his action, I’m pretty sure it’s part of his long game strategy, which is buy, build, and hire American. And I would be thinking, he’s not just going to be able to tear down globalist constructs centuries old without serious repercussions. Take the IMF for example. Don’t they basically sign the pay checks of his own cabinet? I’ve many more reasons to trust him than not. So far his accomplishments have been phenomenal, so, the least I can do is carry a little water for him. It’s been a labor of love so far. There is/was no one else electable who could do what he’s doing… Pretty cool time, politically, to be alive. MAGA and let’s keep him safe.

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  9. I consume old newspaper archives like few of anybody else. I practically live in the 1800s, and lately, the 1790s. 🙂

    Invariably, I am drawn away from articles concerning my topic. Invariably, I read articles about severe weather events.

    Severe weather events were the norm.

    Wake me up when the flood in the winter of 1861-62 in Sacramento or the Dust Bowl in the mid-1930s is approached, let alone surpassed. [Snore]

    https://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc?a=q&hs=1&r=1&results=1&txq=flood&txf=txIN&ssnip=txt&o=20&dafdq=01&dafmq=01&dafyq=1861&datdq=01&datmq=07&datyq=1862&puq=&oa=&oa=1&e=——-en–20–1–txt-txIN——–1

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  10. AndrewJackson says:

    Everyone take some time and send an email to whitehouse.gov. Another poster suggested it and I sent a message to President Trump in full support of pulling out of any climate treaties.

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  11. AndrewJackson says:

    SD, do you have any sources for that volcano stat? Thanks and continue the great work.

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  12. TheLastDemocrat says:

    I also notice the occasional comma fault.

    This keeps me from being utterly discouraged about whether I have any smarts at all. It is the only thing that keeps me going. Carry on Sundance!

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  13. See GeoengineeringWatch.com. Call it weather wars, geoengineering, solar management, but the use of chemicals to control the weather has been happening since at least the 40s.

    Look up! Contrails disappear after a few minutes. Chemtrails don’t. Now consider how the elites are able to control population migrations by creating droughts and all manner of weather patterns.

    Eliminating 6 billion is messy business and must be soft murders to keep cognitive dissonance intact. Worshiping the planet over humanity is the cabal’s dogma.

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  14. auscitizenmom says:

    So………..they demand…………ha, ha, ha, ha.

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  15. ZurichMike says:

    You know, I misunderestimated your ability to edit. 🙂

    The “it’s” and “Its” misuse *literally* (sic) drives me crazy. I also cringe when I see “overcorrection” — for example, deliberately writing or saying “between you and I” (and then pretending to be right by correcting others for not writing or saying that) when in fact “between you and me” is correct. Argh!

    I am horrible at commas because the rules in German and in British English vary and I can never square them with the US Engish rules. “Irregardless” also makes my blood pressuer *literally* hit the roof.

    I work abroad and have a team spread across 30 countries, only one of which speaks English as a main language. Others in my team speak and write English as a second or even third language — those from Greece, Israel, and Russia use different alphabets, too! So my tolerance for communication in English is very high — some of the conventions used by colleagues are endearing even if strictly wrong.

    I think that’s why English has replaced French as the language of commerce. The French were always so particular about pronunciation, usage, spelling, and grammar that even those vaguely interested in learning French were scared to try. We can thank the British Empire for seeding English around the world as the language that connects with an array of inexplicable but understandable accents, spelling variances, and metaphors.

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  16. jrapdx says:

    It probably doesn’t matter at all but I wonder if what he meant is attributes of “climate change” are getting asymptotically closer to those of a religion all the time. Of course, that’s at least a $3 word, so maybe using it wouldn’t really be such a good idea.

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    • SteveInCO says:

      I thought about that…and using “asymptotically” would at least make sense though I’d wonder “why bother”? in this particular case. The essential is “it’s close, very close.” I don’t see that a change in how closely it resembles a religion is even germane, however described.

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  17. ledygrey says:

    Thanks for the English lesson and the last paragraph. I sometimes puzzle over a sentence or a turn of phrase. SD definitely has an idiosyncratic use of words. Usually, I figure out what he means by reading further, but sometimes the meaning still eludes me.

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  18. Rivers says:

    I really, really hope this isn’t a bad sign
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    Ivanka Trump to Head Review of U.S. Role in Paris Climate Change Agreement

    Ivanka Trump has been tapped by her father, President Donald Trump, to review the United States’ commitment to the Paris Climate Change agreement, signed by former President Barack Obama as an executive agreement in 2015 without congressional approval, the Associated Press is reporting.
    The agreement requires countries to cut greenhouse emissions on a country-by-country basis, with Obama committing the U.S. to reduce carbon emissions by at least 26 percent below 2005 levels by 2025.
    //SNIP//
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/05/07/ivanka-trump-to-head-review-of-u-s-role-in-paris-climate-change-agreement/

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    • jefcool64 says:

      If you listen to Donald Trump then you know it’s not.

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      Ivanka is probably the only person who wanted the job.

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    • Wink says:

      Breitbart and Drudge aren’t very reliable anymore. Real shame.

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      • Benson II says:

        Maybe their opinions are their own but it’s not a lie that Ivanka is supposed to be looking into the U.S. role in climate change and I’ve yet to see headlines that don’t match the story unlike to many other sites. Just because it gets the imagination going about what Ivanka’s going to do or recommend doesn’t mean it’s shouldn’t be reported. Breitbart does what many sites do, whip up controversy and they don’t care if it’s helpful to Trump or not but so far they don’t lie to make it controversial, at least not the stories I’ve read.

        My personal opinion is as long as Ivanka was engaged in women’s issues and talking to women’s groups it was fine. Gotta pander to the women. Other stuff not so much. She’s smart and well spoken but to young to be of any use on other subjects although I’m sure she has an opinion. I also believe Trump has to keep her busy after all she gave up her own business ventures to help him.

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        • Her pandering to women just bugs the heck out of me. I don’t know why she would not be including men in her pandering. After all, she has been telling us how men need to be more like her dad and hire more women. She needs to be talking to men and women.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      Stop the destruction of the rain forest and watch atmospheric CO2 go away!

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  19. Troublemaker says:

    Physicist – CO2 does not cause climate change, it RESPONDS to it – Video
    https://www.iceagenow.info/physicist-co2-not-cause-climate-change-responds-video/

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  20. Troublemaker says:

    From killer diesel fumes to ruinous floods, every green initiative imposed on us by politicians has ended in disaster… and this is the great folly of our age
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-4392220/amp/Green-initiatives-disasters-says-Christopher-Booker.html

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  21. Troublemaker says:

    American energy companies may want to stay in the Paris agreement so they can steer the policy. America is a leader in clean coal technology that can be exported.

    How the Paris Climate Deal Is Resurrecting American Coal
    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/04/how_the_paris_climate_deal_is_resurrecting_american_coal.html#ixzz4gT5cqbVm

    Excerpt:

    We”At the same time, India is a major market for clean coal technology. Instead of passing harsh regulations and forcing coal plants to close – as Obama imagined – the Indian government embarked on an ambitious plan to convert 40 GW of old coal plants into “supercritical” ones using HELE technology. In fact, in what sounds like music to environmentalists and climate realists alike, the country’s energy minister recently quipped that upgrading those coal plants will reduce CO2 emissions more than building 100 GW of solar panels.”

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    • LEET says:

      It does not matter if American energy companies want to stay in it. It is an excrement sandwhich for PEOPLE and should be exposed for what it is. Control and extortion of humanity.

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      • KBR says:

        Humans (humanity) release CO2 with every outgoing breath.

        As do all animals (hear me PETA?) (hear me Save the Whales/Tigers/Elephants/ you name the species?)

        Plants take in CO2 with every “breath” and without it they ALL die. (Hear me tree-huggers, plant-lovers, vegans?)

        CO2 is a NATURAL BYPRODUCT OF LIFE! It is not a poison!

        The sheer stupidity was demonstrated by the concern expressed over cow-farting.

        Not mentioned was the farting of herds of antelope, deer, elephants, rhinos, water buffalo ect.

        Also not mentioned were the farts of doggies, kitty cats, gerbils, pet rats/mice, bunnies, horsies, and

        Jackasses.

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  22. jdvalk says:

    “The 2010 Icelandic Volcanic Eruption contributed as much CO2 to the atmosphere as over 100 years of industrial human activity; in less than 30 minutes of natural volcanic output.”

    This reminds me of hearing of the destructive power and major ash distribution of Mount Pinatubo just as the resurgence in green/climate constructs hit another gear. Common sense shreds their narrative on their face, making for the need for lockstep orthodoxy in message, with stiff, career-ending penalties for dissent.

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    • John McLachlan says:

      If the entire human race curtails carbon dioxide emissions to zero for the next five thousand years, then we will have fully compensated for the damage to the earth’s climate, inflicted by the Icelandic volcano in twenty four hours, following its eruption in 2010.

      Obviously, only by restoring seventeenth century technology, until the year 7000 A.D. can the earth be saved from climate Armageddon.

      What if the volcano continued to emit carbon dioxide for two or more days or if another volcano erupted and emitted similar quantities of carbon dioxide? Would the earth heat up uncontrollably, as the climate models prove?

      How long would humanity be required to remain at a pre-industrial level of technology, in order to restore the climate to its presumed optimum?

      Should Icelanders be compelled to purchase carbon credits to compensate the rest of humanity for the damage to the earth’s climate, inflicted by their volcano?

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        • John McLachlan says:

          The Warmist snowflakes would be terrified by that map, if they could understand its implications for the climate, if they genuinely believe that carbon dioxide has the effect which they claim.

          The globalists who exploit their fears would probably prefer that the map was not disseminated widely, lest people understand how insignificant the effect of humanity upon the climate, even if their claims regarding carbon dioxide were true.

          If carbon dioxide emissions play any role in determining the climate and could cause the greatly feared climate Armageddon, which the warmists claim, then it seems that the climate must indeed become catastrophically warmer, since carbon dioxide emissions are dominated by volcanic activity, rather than humanity’s use of fossil fuels.

          Humanity’s efforts to date may, at most, advance the onset of climate Armageddon, by substantially less than half an hour.

          Perhaps the globalists can rally their troops, by proclaiming that by de-industrializing the world, living in permanent starvation and poverty, they can delay the inevitable catastrophic climate changes by as much as thirty minutes.

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  23. Jeff says:

    http://chinascope.org/archives/6458/76

    The linked article Talks about America using the dollar as a weapon to dominate the world . America has been taken over by the not so federal , FEDERAL RESERVE . A GLOBAL entity using the USA as its host .

    The FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE is backed by the USA Military . I guess in some form that is CAPITAL BACKED currency !! However , president Donald J Trump knows full well the REAL HUMAN FARMERS have to be removed from their POWER AND CONTROL .

    THAT is the importance of ramping up our military readiness and closing our border with $ in the Ryan budget .
    the last paragraph in the linked article eludes to the REAL PROBLEM but misses the real meaning .

    ” America’s real opponent is itself and this change. America has shown a surprising slowness in realizing this point. That is because America has too much invested in keeping its hegemonic position. It does not want to share power with other countries, nor does it want to step together with others into the new social door behind which there are still many things unknown to us. ”

    AMERICA is not America . It has become the HOST body of the GLOBAL COMMUNIST entity of the global banking cartel . The last paragraph SHOULD READ …

    America’s real opponent is the parasite attached via the 16th ( not ratified ) amendment FEDERAL RESERVE global banking cartel . American’s have show surprising slowness to grasp that DC and CONgress do Not REPRESENT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE . That the ENEMEDIA works for the FED as well and global not American interests ., THE FED has too much invested in keeping its HEGEMONIC power to allow president Trump to #MAGA ! Now the question begs …is AMERICA the NEXT VICTIM of the hegemonic attack on ECONOMIES to keep the FED in power !!

    for a reference to what this FINANCIAL ATTACK might look like get the book by Kevin Freeman …THE SECRET WEAPON http://secretweapon.org/

    America’s globalist have remove all protections from our financial markets . Including GLASS /STEAGALL and the UPTICK RULE ( only partially restored ) to allow the HEGEMONY to attack our WEALTH at WILL . IN 2008 it was NAKED SHORT SELLING that collapsed our markets . If you recall Sept of 2008 the neocon Trotsky globalist president G W Bush telling us we are staring at the financial abyss !

    President has a plan to remove the CANCER of the FED and it won’t be a political solution as CONgress (UNIPARTY ) works for the FED ! not the American people .

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  24. kurt72 says:

    As a former Asst. WX Forecaster in the USN decades ago, I can categorically state that AGW (Anthropogenic Global Warming) does not exist. As usual, SD is correct. Many people in the climate professions depend financially on perpetrating the hoax. It’s an industry. See Al Gore and carbon trading.

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  25. Realist says:

    Anybody that believes that the MINUTE portion that PUNY MAN adds to the already MINUSCULE atmospheric TRACE GAS that is the PLANT FOOD CO2 is what causes the Climate to Change or indeed affects it in any way whatsoever is a MORON. See that big YELLOW thing in the sky well THAT is what controls the earths climate and ALWAYS has and will.

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  26. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    The Wooly Mammoth and his Pleistocene relatives probably bit the tundra due mainly to human predation. We were pretty frisky then, and those poor guys were a really big load of protein.

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    • KBR says:

      The reason Wooly Mammoths were found flash-frozen with fresh vegetation still in mouth and stomach?

      Evil early mankind had discovered a new method of preserving meat by refrigeration/freezing! That musta been it! Because climate change, donchaknow, is the fault of humans.

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  27. G. Combs says:

    The IPCC actually said in the Science Report in TAR:

    “in climate research and modeling we should recognise that we are dealing with a complex non linear chaotic signature and therefore that long-term prediction of future climatic states is not possible”
    IPCC 2001 section 4.2.2.2 page 774

    This is a critical finding!

    Dr. Robert Brown, a physicist at Duke University did research on nonlinear dynamics, aka, chaos theory, for nearly twenty years. He explains for the layman a bit about chaos theory and strange attractors.

    First it is helpful to have a view of the temperature for the last five million years when the climate has been bistable.

    The present continent configuration, with the closing of the Isthmus of Panama and the opening of Drake Passage had a major impact on the Earth’s climate causing the present Ice Age. Yes, the earth is now in an ice age, (just the brief warm spike.) You can see in this graph of the last five million years the switches from one ‘Strange Attractor’ to another.

    If you look at the Wisconsin glaciation, between the last interglacial and this one you can also see these “abrupt swings” from the cold ‘Strange Attractor’ to warm and back to cold. They are called Dansgaard–Oeschger events.

    Both of these graphs support the idea the climate is a “Complex nonlinear multivariate systems… exhibit[ing] “strange attractors” AND there is no ‘Tipping Point’ to the hot side possible during an interstatial since we are already in the warm stable phase.

    Dr Brown in June of 2012 went on to explain:

    …..Furthermore, examination of this record over the last 5 million years reveals a sobering fact. We are in an ice age, where the Earth spends 80 to 90% of its geological time in the grip of vast ice sheets that cover the polar latitudes well down into what is currently the temperate zone. We are at the (probable) end of the Holocene, the interglacial in which humans emerged all the way from tribal hunter-gatherers to modern civilization. The Earth’s climate is manifestly, empirically bistable, with a warm phase and cold phase, and the cold phase is both more likely and more stable. As a physicist who has extensively studied bistable open systems, this empirical result clearly visible in the data has profound implications. The fact that the LIA was the coldest point in the entire Holocene (which has been systematically cooling from the Holocene Optimum on) is also worrisome. Decades are irrelevant on the scale of these changes. Centuries are barely relevant. We are nowhere near the warmest, but the coldest century in the last 10,000 years ended a mere 300 years ago, and corresponded almost perfectly with the Maunder minimum in solar activity.

    There is absolutely no evidence in this historical record of a third stable warm phase that might be associated with a “tipping point” and hence “catastrophe” (in the specific mathematical sense of catastrophe, a first order phase transition to a new stable phase)….
    link

    Dr. Robert Brown, a year later makes this comment on climate, chaos theory and “strange attractors”

    …..Let me also comment on the connection between HK dynamics and statistics and chaos. Complex nonlinear multivariate systems often exhibit “strange attractors” — local fixed points in a set of coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations — that function as foci for Poincare cycles in the multivariate phase space. In classical deterministic chaos, a system will often end up in a complex orbit around multiple attractors, one that essentially never repeats (and the attractors themselves may migrate around as this is going on). In a system such as the climate, we can never include enough variables to describe the actual system on all relevant length scales (e.g. the butterfly effect — MICROSCOPIC perturbations grow exponentially in time to drive the system to completely different states over macroscopic time) so the best that we can often do is model it as a complex nonlinear set of ordinary differential equations with stochastic noise terms — a generalized Langevin equation or generalized Master equation, as it were — and average behaviors over what one hopes is a spanning set of butterfly-wing perturbations to assess whether or not the resulting system trajectories fill the available phase space uniformly or perhaps are restricted or constrained in some way. We might physically expect this to happen if the system has strong nonlinear negative feedback terms that stabilize it around some particular (family of) attractors. Or, we might find that the system is in or near a “critical” regime where large fluctuations are possible and literally anything can happen, and then change without warning to anything else, with very little pattern in what happens or how long it lasts…..

    Neuman and Hearty talk of this “critical” regime where large fluctuations are possible at end of the Eemain.

    […]Rapid changes in sea level and associated destabilization of climate at the turbulent close of the last interglacial maximum […]
    The lesson from the last interglacial “greenhouse” in the Bahamas is that the closing of that interval brought sea-level changes that were rapid and extreme. This has prompted the remark that between the greenhouse and the icehouse lies a climatic “madhouse”!
    (wwwDOT)researchgate.net/publication/249518169_Rapid_sea-level_changes_at_the_close_of_the_last_interglacial_(substage_5e)_recorded_in_Bahamian_island_geology/file/9c96051c6e66749912.pdf

    To further back up what Dr Brown (and the IPCC) said about climate and chaos theory, here is a July, 2014 paper finding the climate is ‘highly nonlinear’
    Synchronization of North Pacific and Greenland climates preceded abrupt deglacial warming

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    The short explanation is the IPCC, Climastrologists are blowing smoke and they darn well KNOW it.
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  28. KBR says:

    Most articles containing the words “climate change” or “global cooling/global warming” or “anthropogenic climate change” are blatantly stupid on their face.

    As we know, trees and plants take in CO2, and release O2, while humans breathe and use O2 and exhale CO2. Thus we have a symbiotic relationship with plants in that (and many other) way.

    I recently read an article on “deforestation.” The article equated clear-cutting trees in a rainforest to logging lumber. Then went on to state that clearcutters “burn those trees in big piles.”

    Of course the usual gobbledygook about how much CO2 is realeased by huge mounds of burning timber was included.

    There was no mention that loggers for lumber are not burning up the very planks and logs they will sell!

    Nor was there any mention that loggers for lumber do not generally clearcut entire forests (although an area which will be clearcut for some purpose will be harvested): they harvest timber from forests they hope to be able to continue to utilize for their livlihoods for generations to come.

    The big lumber companies usually have the sense to manage forests to keep the wildfire-causing brush and weedy undergrowth down, while planting young trees. Mature trees are a crop, younger trees must always sustain the forest, baby trees are nurtured to take the place of the younger trees.

    Is there a difference in the CO2 released by burning “big piles of cut trees” vs wildfires /brushfires burning acre after acre of unmanaged forests? Haven’t seen any figures on that.

    Yet that article made claims equating destruction of rainforests in SA to logging in NA. And ended with “why logging is bad.”

    CO2, which you produce with every breath, is destroying mother earth, you bad human!

    Of course every other animal on earth does the same. Without animal life to produce CO2 would plants survive or suffocate?

    CO2 is not a villanous poison. Carbon is one of earth’s own natural elements, right there on the periodic table, C6. 7th is Nitrogen, 8th is Oxygen.

    Wonder which element of Earth the greenies will want to eliminate from “Goddess Earth” next? They would take earth apart element by element in their zeal to prove the “power of mankind.”

    Idiots.

    Atheists needing a religion have created one called by many names: “Greenies, Save the Earth, Gaia, anthropogenic Global cool/warm/changing.”

    Incidentally, I checked a TV weatherstation briefly yesterday. Came across a big warning that fracking causes earthquakes: MSM weatherliar was claiming only four years ago that fracking did NOT cause earthquakes and anyone who thought so was a luddite.

    Change of President/Party can cause vast earthchanges…

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    • G. Combs says:

      Yes,
      The Green Idiots toss hissy fits about loggers in the USA… unless the wood is going to be pelleted to be burn in the power plants in the EU.

      Talk about a complete WASTE.

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      • KBR says:

        Loggrs know that destroying forests is “killing the goose that lays their golden eggs.”

        The forest is their livilihood.

        Harvesting trees from the forest cannot continue if the forest does not continue.

        Just like killing the goose stops the eggs.

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        • G. Combs says:

          Trees are a CROP just like any other. You plant the trees, take care of/manage the trees and then harvest the trees then you RE-PLANT your crop.

          An honest biologist will tell you that forest margins, where the forest ends and meets a path, road or meadow is where you have the most ‘biodiversity’ Under a mature forest, especially if it is pine, is actually pretty much a dead zone in comparison.

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          • KBR says:

            And yet whenever brush accumulates beneath the trees, and a dry season occurs, the forest is ripe for wildfire.

            A “controlled burn” is necessary to cut down the brush, so that an uncontrollable burning wildfire does not take out whole forests.

            But watch the green idiots wanting to ban controlled burns.

            The idiots who claim the forests should be “left natural” whilst hugging trees and “making their homes in the wild forest” … the very ones who get burned, along with the animals they claim to love and the trees they love to hug.

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        • Orygun says:

          A major part of logging is the reforestation that happens afterward. Logging is a good thing. If the narrative was true, we would be surrounded by barren hills and mountains instead you can see even without reforestation the trees will naturally come back. We have been logging since the beginning of the twentieth century and clearing land for agriculture before that. Nature takes care of itself and man usually just makes it worse.

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  29. G. Combs says:

    A bit of background on the ‘Follow the Money’ aspect of ‘Gore Bull Warbling’ and the Banksters.

    Remember the World Bank and IMF was set up by Fabian Socialist John Maynard Keynes and Soviet Spy Harry Dexter White during the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at the 1944 Bretton Woods meeting.

    The banks own the press, or at least a large portion of it in the USA and have since 1915. link

    SO, WHAT IS IN IT FOR THE BANKS?

    World Bank Carbon Finance Report for 2007
    The carbon economy is the fastest growing industry globally with US$84 billion of carbon trading conducted in 2007, doubling to $116 billion in 2008, and expected to reach over $200 billion by 2012 and over $2,000 billion by 2020.
    (wwwDOT)carbonplanet.com/navigating_the_carbon_economy

    Copenhagen climate summit in disarray after ‘Danish text’ leak: Developing countries react furiously to leaked draft agreement

    […]The draft hands effective control of climate change finance to the World Bank; would abandon the Kyoto protocol – the only legally binding treaty that the world has on emissions reductions; and would make any money to help poor countries adapt to climate change dependent on them taking a range of actions.

    The document was described last night by one senior diplomat as “a very dangerous document for developing countries. It is a fundamental reworking of the UN balance of obligations. It is to be superimposed without discussion on the talks” [….]

    his is a fraud that produces nothing but poverty. It does not produce a single penny of wealth and instead acts as a short circuit across the advancement and wealth of an entire civilization.

    The IPCC mandate states:

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in 1988 to assess the scientific, technical and socio-economic information relevant for the understanding of human induced climate change, its potential impacts and options for mitigation and adaptation.
    (wwwDOT)ipcc-wg2.gov/

    Humans were tried and found guilty BEFORE the IPCC ever looked at a scientific fact. The IPCC mandate is not to figure out what factors effect the climate but to dig up the facts needed to hang the human race. The IPCC assumes the role of prosecution and and the skeptics that of the defense but the judge (aka the media) refuses to allow the defense council into the court room.

    Academia is providing the manufactured evidence to ‘frame’ the human race and they are KNOWINGLY doing so. In other words Academics who prides themselves as being ‘lofty socialists’ untainted by plebeian capitalism are KNOWINGLY selling the rest of the human race into the slavery designed by the bankers and corporate elite. (Agenda 21)

    The whole set up was rigged from the get go to provide a ‘reason’ for the Elites world wide power and wealth grab.

    So we have to offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements and make little mention of any doubts… Each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest.” ~ Prof. Stephen Schneider, Stanford Professor of Climatology, lead author of many IPCC reports

    “The data doesn’t matter. We’re not basing our recommendations on the data. We’re basing
    them on the climate models.”
    ~ Prof. Chris Folland, Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research

    “The models are convenient fictions that provide something very useful.” ~ Dr David Frame, climate modeler, Oxford University

    “The only way to get our society to truly change is to frighten people with the possibility of a catastrophe.” ~ Daniel Botkin emeritus professor Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara.

    The most telling quote is from an October 2015 news conference in Brussels.
    “This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution… democracy is a poor political system for fighting global warming. Communist China is the best model. — Christiana Figueres, disciple of Al Gore, and Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention

    The Bankers, CEOs, Academics, and Politicians know exactly what they are doing, and that is the complete gutting of western civilization for profit. The lament “it is for our future children” has to be the vilest lie they have ever told since their actions sell those children into slavery.

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  30. US says:

    ”’The 2010 Icelandic Volcanic Eruption contributed as much CO2 to the atmosphere as over 100 years of industrial human activity; in less than 30 minutes of natural volcanic output.” Sundance is exactly right again. Did you know that the atmosphere of Venus is 96% CO2 and there is no life in this planet. CO2 does not come from fossil fuels, it is an inorganic compound.

    You may know that 500-600 million years ago,Mother Earth was covered in ice, called the Snowball earth period. Then volcanic eruptions increased CO2 and the ice retreated. All oxygen on earth comes from photosynthesis that requires CO2 as its prime material. Our climate changes according to the activity of the sun.

    From a practical matter I doubt my President Trump will be able to get US out of the Paris Climate Change agreement because if he does the Globalists will assassinate him. This is because Globalist consider that the Paris taxes are now part of established International Law. All this was worked out at the Vatican Gardens by Papa Francisco, Jeffrey Sachs, and the UN. Global Warming is the vehicle for the New World Order and they will stop at nothing to wound US.

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  31. Windy Day says:

    Making predictions based on what is CURRENTLY known is always iffy because there’s a very high probability that new knowledge will come in and make you look like a complete fool.

    Case in point: When I was in school, all my science teachers told us that in a few thousands years, humans would no longer have thumbs because we don’t use them. Of course, at that time they had no notion of modern-day cell phones or texting!!

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  32. KBR says:

    “Although the biggest source of greenhouse gas is our oceans, the world’s natural wetlands also produce more greenhouse gas contributions annually than all human sources combined.”

    Hmmm🤔 Wetlands=swamp…

    All the more reason to DRAIN THE SWAMP in DC!

    Good article and site here, on the fallacies of Global anthropomorhic Climate Change:

    I Love CO2: Top 15 Climate Myths

    http://www.iloveco2.com/2009/01/top-15-climate-myths.html

    We have known this stuff since BEFORE 2009, this article was written in 2009 about information from scientists before it was written.

    Now in 2017, a decade after the global climate change lies came to light, these “investors” in FALSE SCIENCE want the USA to bail them out of their bad investments.

    And the nations making big bucks while keeping the USA from manufacturing and from economic recovery want the USA to support their lies and schemes.

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  33. US says:

    What we are doing here is very important. There must be stiff resistance to this pseudo scientific global Warming agreement. Particularly from people that are educated in the scientific method. One of the tragedies of our times has been that the Marxists decided to pervert science for the old Jesuit motive that the ends justify the means. The truth shall make us free.

    The other game changer is that we can now drill, baby drill until we have all the cheap energy we can use. If the developing poor countries want to use solar panels that can charge the one phone, let them have at it. We are at industrial production of the means of war that keep US free.

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  34. Kerry Gimbel says:

    The Dems like to use the word denier to label us who don’t agree. Notice that is the word we would use to describe someone who doesn’t believe in the holocost. A very crafty choice of words by the libs.

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  35. Annie says:

    Please travel over to the blog, LettersFromthe Gulag. He has written an open letter to President Trump on why we should withdraw from the Paris Climate Treaty. Very eye opening. President Trump doesn’t need to form a committee. For the sake of America, just withdraw. Period.

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    • Sherlock says:

      It’s a real test for the administration. Trump knows that the climate change model is b.s.
      He has said so for years. Thus, the climate treaty is based on nonsense. What could be the possible justification for staying in? None, as far as I can see. Time for truth to win out over politics. Pull out of the accord, and let the chips fall.

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  36. Fossil fuels are about as “natural” and “green” as you can get. The left does one thing really well….and that is redefine everything, so nothing means anything.

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  37. Bendix says:

    The Climate Agreement started with Jimmy Carter’s old energy policies, which I believe were based in part on peak oil theory. Then the globalists added in everything including the kitchen sink. A lot of it today is getting the American taxpayer to pay for the infrastructure as global multinational companies get in there and colonize the last remaining undeveloped areas of the planet. It’s actually anti-environment.
    It also features payback to Westerners for having things like flush toilets, that Third Worlders didn’t. Then there’s plenty of support for otherwise worthless hangers-on, out of work pols and their friends and relatives, who would otherwise be competing with our children for part-time retail jobs. I include the entire UN in that category.
    They couldn’t even get Syrian kids out of harm’s way, in HOW LONG? Why do we support these useless parasites?

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  38. Joe says:

    Tomfollow the politics of this pseudo-science see: http://www.climatedepot.com

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  39. US says:

    Global Warming agreement tax for US is one of the guiding principles of the pontificate of Pope Francis. He thinks that because it was signed by an apatrid Mulatto and not the US Senate the Paris agreement will have the status of international law and throttle the US economy. Remember, modern Jesuits are Marxists. Their alliance with the United Nations is the death of America. One way out would be for our President Trump to send the treaty forth form approval 67-33 by the Senate which will never happen because it would be the fruit of anti-Americanism and some Democrats would like to spare themselves losing office over the smarmy Pope of the Catholics.

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  40. Troublemaker says:

    Renewable energy ‘simply WON’T WORK’: Top Google engineers
    Windmills, solar, tidal – all a ‘false hope’, say Stanford PhDs
    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/11/21/renewable_energy_simply_wont_work_google_renewables_engineers/

    Excerpt:
    “At the start of RE<C, we had shared the attitude of many stalwart environmentalists: We felt that with steady improvements to today’s renewable energy technologies, our society could stave off catastrophic climate change. We now know that to be a false hope …

    Renewable energy technologies simply won’t work; we need a fundamentally different approach."

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    • Maquis says:

      They not only won’t work, they are environmentally destructive. Raping the planet for rare earth metals and building thousand pound batteries to zip about our cities? Sending massive chunks of lead on a round the globe proccessing nightmare and calling the result an environmental good? Killing hundreds of thousands of birds around the World with useless windmills?

      I enjoyed the windmills where I lived in Germany, especially the three various sized ones staggered on a hill near my home, where the blades could be seen rising up out of the ground-level clouds and then disappearing back down into the mists. A bit surreal, and mystical. Very pretty all year round.

      I never kidded myself that they were amounting to much energy-wise. The massive installations of hundreds of towers spinning away, in monotonous lines, were a travesty. Not much better here in the US. Stubbornly refusing to turn when the weather made significant quantities of electricity a literal matter of survival.

      I still have hopes for hydrogen fuel-cell cars, but still, nothing beats the energy density of liquid hydrocarbon fuels. There are many approaches to creating such “artificially,” but energy is always required to induce the reactions. Various catalysts can reduce the energy needed, but there we go again, depending on a highly limited resource.

      We’ve picked our nose while China bought/buys up these sources globally, Bolivia to name one, and to name another with tremendous amounts of these metals? North Korea. The NorKs, in terms of resources, are extremely rich. Those mountains hold much that just about any nation would line up for, sanctions or no, but China has dibs on it.

      The Russians are right behind. We’d be fighting, essentially, China and Russia together, should we take on North Korea militarily. Both are highly jealous of those resources.

      I’d like to know the true potential of space-based solar, using the infrastructure of space elevators to bring it down. That’d be one more benefit in favor of building spaceports.

      I’d also like to see dams on the Congo River, one single dam site is estimated to have the hydro-electric potential equivalent to fifty nuclear reactors. Use that kind of power with a high-density liquid hydrocarbon fuel, drawing carbon from the atmosphere, adding hydrogen atoms from electrolisis, all aided by catalysts, and next generation fuel sources exist for endless supplies of fuels.

      Not that we don’t have access to hundreds of years of “fossil” fuels right now. Russia is claiming, and arming the Arctic regions, with FIFTY Ice Breakers, including two Next-Gen Ice Breaking Corvettes. We, ourselves, have two ancient Ice Breakers, of lower capacity, and only one of these derelicts is in use on station, unarmed.

      We’ve had twenty, thirty years of utterly myopic colonoptical leadership in all matters of National Security and Scientific Advancement and Resource Securing Opportunities. There should be public hangings of Presidents 41 through 44.

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  41. Facts will rule

    http://www.wattsupwiththat.com/

    check out story in Washington Post re
    EPA new boss Pruitt changing out 1/2 of the EPA’s science advisory board.

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  42. The Raven says:

    Funny how global temps have all fallen…not that MSM will report on it.

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  43. DL says:

    Seems to me, the senate ought to get a vote on this.

    Of course, if DOES go there, it’ll die. Which is good.

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  44. Maquis says:

    If there ever was or ever will be potentially life threatening climate change it only proves one single imperative: We have to get off this danged rock!

    Seriously. One Solar Burp and we are toast, our atmosphere stripped in an instant.

    Or a Gamma Ray burst from deep space, same effect, less warning. The planet wakes up dead one day.

    Or comets, asteroids, Planet Nine, Nemesis, whatever.

    In order to live, we need to LIVE, not destroy our babies because they will eat our food or breathe our air, or take our spot on the couch. We must live, with gusto, with a genuine love for life. A love for more life. For more souls and minds dreaming and striving and creating. A love of life sufficient for us to spread it throughout the Cosmos for as far and as long as God permits us.

    We should be on the Moon. Retirement homes should be in one-sixth gravity. Walkers not required. We should move much Industry to Space, as Bezos wishes, for him it’s to protect earth, but in my heart it would be for the societies we are building out there. Way out there.

    We should be building massive ships that make a slow ride through the Solar System not a cramped nightmare, but a comfortable lifestyle choice.

    We are still working on warping space, trying to create a microscopic Warp Bubble in a lab, or in a few, I hope. From there, the Stars are not limits, but invitations.

    Humanity can care for this planet, build the means to protect it from impacts, even upgrade our electrical systems to withstand some serious Space Weather, as we should already have done but for our feckless poseur politicians who have refused to fund existing plans to do so for only a couple Billion.

    Would save us from EMP attacks too. When we are laid bare and their are no more borders, or order of any kind, I imagine the McCains and the Limp-Wristed Congress are going to be on spits. They deserve as much already for ignoring genuine existing dangers and avidly creating new ones. For fun and profit.

    This is a lovely nest, but we need to spread out. Not all dangers can be foreseen or avoided. Resources abound in Space with no territorial claims and no fragile environment to worry about. Energy too.

    We were fools to leave the Moon. We would be fools to ignore the intentions of other Nations to carve up our closest neighbor while we are navel gazing and arguing about bathrooms.

    Mars beckons. A dead planet, with good bones…

    Lets find more Rocks to create our new SpaceSteads.
    We can do better than we are now. We can refuse to allow minds to waste on drugs or vapid pop-culture pap, we need all Citizens on Deck.

    So say we all.

    Maquis

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