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Save the Planet Kill Yourself! Environmentalists Want Humans to Live Shorter Lives

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Humans are the enemy! A new study published in Ecology and Society claims that longer life expectancy for us is bad news for the planet. From the study by Aaron Lotz and Craig R. Allen:










We found a positive relationship between life expectancy and the percentage of endangered and invasive species in a country…The overall trend in high-income countries with improvements to the Human Development Index, which includes human life expectancy as one of its variables, is toward a disproportionately larger negative impact on a country’s ecological footprint. However, some lower-income countries have a high level of development without a high impact on ecosystem services (Moran et al. 2008). Increased life expectancy means that people live longer and affect the planet longer; each year is another year of carbon footprint, ecological footprint, use of natural resources, etc. The magnitude of this impact is increased as more people live longer. Bad humans!  Bad, bad humans. The answer is suppose…

Keystone review mutes environmental concerns, raises pressure on Obama

The long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline got a major boost on Friday as a key State Department review raised no major environmental concerns, muting pipeline foes' main argument and raising pressure on the Obama administration to make a final decision.  Republican supporters said the report should compel President Obama to swiftly green-light the project.  "This report from the Obama administration once again confirms that there is no reason for the White House to continue stalling construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline," Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said in a statement. "So, Mr. President, no more stalling -- no more excuses."  Despite statements from McConnell and other pro-pipeline advocates, the department report stops short of recommending approval of the $7 billion pipeline. Nevertheless, the review could give Obama cover if he chooses to endorse the pipeline.  Republicans are largely united behind the project, describing it as a needed jobs c…

Former NASA Scientists... Global Warming Hoax

ClimateGate - global warming hoax

Global Warming is Fake (pt. 1)

Global Warming - Bill Nye Versus Joe Bastardi

Three House Democrats have proposed a resolution that criticizes the teaching of creationism and the denial of man-made global warming as anti-science.

The resolution from Reps. Rush Holt (D-N.J.), Jim Himes (D-Conn.) and Mike Honda (D-Calif.), H.Res. 467, proposes the designation of Feb. 12 as "Darwin Day" to recognize Charles Darwin's contributions to science.

he resolution says Darwin's theory of evolution through natural selection "provides humanity with a logical and intellectually compelling explanation for the diversity of life on Earth." It also says teachings to the contrary go against established science.
"[T]he teaching of creationism in some public schools compromises the scientific and academic integrity of the United States education systems," it reads. It adds that the validity of Darwin's theory of natural selection is "strongly supported by the modern understanding of the science of genetics."

The resolution also takes a shot at global warming skeptics, by saying the advancement of science "must be protected from those unconcerned with the adverse impacts of glob…

Obama Channel Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska,The all-of-the-above energy strategy

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As taglines go, “All of the above” is not exactly phenomenal, lacking the sex appeal of its energy-policy sister, “Drill, baby, drill,” and the historic resonance of, say, “Where’s the beef?” It conjures a standardized test more than economic stimulus. But President Obama’s use of the phrase to describe his current energy policy leanings – signaling yes to a combination of domestic drilling, alternative energy and conservation — is driving Republicans nuts, because the phrase has been a product of their party’s energy platform for years. They find it especially galling since Mr. Obama made moves to block, for now, part of the expansion of the Keystone XL pipeline. Mr. Obama has used the phrase while visiting oil-rich areas of the country, and his administration is promoting it every chance it gets. It is hard to know precisely how “all of the above” came to pertain to energy, although Senator John McCain and his running mate in 2008, former Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska, made good use o…

The Kerry Plan: Mandatory Global Warming Plan for US in 2015, What would this 2015 treaty involve? It would be a mandatory version of Kyoto dominated by the European Union

Fresh from his successes in Syria, Iran and Sudan, John Kerry goes to bed every night in his yacht with a bigger dream in mind. A dream of destroying the American economy and impoverishing the country.

His goal is to become the lead broker of a global climate treaty in 2015 that will commit the United States and other nations to historic reductions in fossil fuel pollution. Shortly after Mr. Kerry was sworn in last February, he issued a directive that all meetings between senior American diplomats and top foreign officials include a discussion of climate change. He put top climate policy specialists on his State Department personal staff. And he is pursuing smaller climate deals in forums like the Group of 20, the countries that make up the world’s largest economies. Mr. Obama has given Mr. Kerry’s efforts some help. In September, the Environmental Protection Agency began issuing regulations forcing cuts in carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants, the largest source of greenhous…

Global Warming is Causing Global Cooling?

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t’s not as if those in the Northeast have not experienced bone-chilling cold or that it is predicted to extend from the Midwest down into our southern States. There may possibly be a snow storm that will require the National Football League to reschedule the Sunday, February 
2nd Superbowl at the MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Crews spent 18 hours working to remove the snow from last week’s storm. - 



visit to IceAgeNow.info yielded headlines of news stories last week that included “Record Cold—Millions of Americans hit by Propane Shortage”, “Ice and Snow Closed Texas highways This Morning”, “Ice-cover Shuts Down Work on New Hudson River Bridge”, and so you understand this is a global phenomenon, “Kashmir—Heaviest January Snowfall in a Decade”, “Heavy Snowfall Sweeps Eastern Turkey”, “Romania—Heavy Snowfall and Blizzard”. And “Bangkok Suffers Coldest Night in Three Decades—Death Roll Mounts.”
Meteorologist Joe D’Aleo of WeatherBell Analytics and editor of IceCap says that, as …

The Ideas of Daniel Quinn, base on ideas of evolution.The pressure of population growth aka Food Race

The pressure of population growth
Interestingly, Darwin and Wallace found their inspiration in economics. An English parson named Thomas Malthuspublished a book in 1797 called Essay on the Principle of Population in which he warned his fellow Englishmen that most policies designed to help the poor were doomed because of the relentless pressure of population growth. A nation could easily double its population in a few decades, leading to famine and misery for all.
When Darwin and Wallace read Malthus, it occurred to both of them that animals and plants should also be experiencing the same population pressure. It should take very little time for the world to be knee-deep in beetles or earthworms. But the world is not overrun with them, or any other species, because they cannot reproduce to their full potential. Many die before they become adults. They are vulnerable to droughts and cold winters and other environmental assaults. And their food supply, like that of a nation, is not infini…

Ishmael: The Ideas of Daniel Quinn, He also makes a clear case for this method of agriculture and all the systems it has spawned being the cause of Global Warming.

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Note a run across a young man on wedenday and he stating talking about Leavers" and "Takers. and the food race , so i did some digging and found as note in this blog

Ishmael: The Ideas of Daniel Quinn For my final text, I decided to explore the ideas of Daniel Quinn, whose work I had read previously, but found myself thinking about in new ways and with newfound urgency following our readings on chaos & complexity this semester. Quinn's most famous work is Ishmael, but he has authored a set of books -- Ishmael, The Story of B, My Ishmael, and Beyond Civilization -- which all attempt to clarify the same core ideas. I found Quinn's ideas became most clear after reading all four books and exploring the plentiful additional material on the Ishmael Community website, which includes essays, presentations, and direct answers to questions and challenges. Ishmael (as well as The Story of B and My Ishmael) is written in the format of a novel. In the beginning, a first-person …

Al Gore’s S.S. Burning Planet Expedition Hits Snag…, Note this is Satire

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-Satire It was the Year 2014—fifth anniversary of Al Gore’s confident prediction that “in five years the polar ice will melt.” [sic]  And a band of true believers— Australian scientists and global warming experts led by experienced skipper Harold “Chips” Ahoy—set out to confirm and document the prediction of their hero and International Guru of Climate Change (formerly known as Global Warming) Al Gore.
On board the 350-foot S.S. Burning Planet—Gore’s politically correct research vessel powered by methane generated from hog manure and pond scum—were research equipment, food, supplies and a well stocked library of such learned Gore treatises as Inconvenient Humans (The Case for Population Control)© 1985; Melting from Within (How the Center of the Earth is Hotter than the Sun) © 1990; No, Seriously, it is Global Warming © 2012; Banning Beef (The Menace of Bovine Flatus) © 2013.  This hardy band had read every word penned by Gore—the Nobel Prize winner, founder of Al Gorezeera, almost Pr…

Chill Out Over Global Warming

The Hill, the newspaper that covers Congress, says this year, there will be a major policy battle over "climate change." Why? We already waste billions on pointless gestures that make people think we're addressing global warming, but the earth doesn't notice or care.

What exactly is "global warming" anyway? That's really four questions: 1. Is the globe warming? Probably. Global temperatures have risen. Climate changes. Always has. Always will. 2. Is the warming caused by man? Maybe. There's decent evidence that at least some of it is. 3. But is global warming a crisis? Far from it. It's possible that it will become a crisis. Some computer models suggest big problems, but the models aren't very accurate. Some turned out to be utterly wrong. Clueless scaremongers like Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Cal., seize on weather disasters to blame man's carbon output. After Oklahoma's tragic tornadoes last year, Boxer stood on the floor of the Senate …

Americans are not buying into the hoax of Global Warming/Climate Change Dems To Double Down On Climate Lie

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Democrats in the US Senate are concerned, it seems, that not enough Americans are buying into the hoax of Global Warming/Climate Change.  So they propose doing what Democrats always do when the public refuses to accept their lies ... ram it down our throats.



Some democrats in the Senate intend to bring pressure to bear on the broadcast and cable news networks to be more aggressive in spreading the Climate Change propaganda to their viewers. 




We learned the following from the National Journal recently in an article entitled:  “Democrats Plan to Pressure TV Networks Into Covering Climate Change:”
“Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, are gathering colleagues’ signatures on a letter to the networks asserting that they’re ignoring global warming.”



Senator Sanders is quoted as saying:  “Sunday news shows are obviously important because they talk to millions of people, but they go beyond that by helping to define what the establishment considers to be important and what …