Showing posts from January, 2016

Global warming fear preventing Leo DiCaprio from reproducing

Interviewing with an Australian based TV station.

IF there’s one subject Leonardo DiCaprio avoids talking about, it’s starting a family.
The 41-year-old is one of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelors again after recently ending his romance model girlfriend Kelly Rohrbach, who he had been dating since June. The Sports Illustrated beauty joins a lengthy list of beautiful DiCaprio exes, including Gisele Bündchen and Bar Refaeli, and the split has prompted fans to speculate if the star will ever truly settle down — a topic The Revenant actor isn’t keen to discuss. “Do you mean do I want to bring children into a world like this?” he asked a Rolling Stone reporter who recently broached the subject. “If it happens, it happens. I’d prefer not to get into specifics about it, just because then it becomes something that is misquoted ... To articulate how I feel about it is just gonna be misunderstood.” Instead, Leonardo would rather focus on his movie roles and his concerns about climate change an…

Claim: Secondhand smoke makes kids fat and stupid


Ten Years Ago Al Gore Said The World Would End Because Of Global Warming

Watch out world, and we are sorry if you had not realised before reading this, the world is ending today. That’s because today is the day that climate change entrepreneur, and former US Vice President, Al Gore warned us would be the beginning of a global emergency.

Mr Gore told his supporters a decade ago that the world had until 27th January 2016 to end its addiction to fossil fuels or the it would come to an end. Gore did not specify what householders might expect to happen today, but he was clear that this would be the end.

The claim was part of the marketing campaign for his hit documentary “An Inconvenient Truth", which he maintains was not a cheap attempt to make money off the green frenzy. Although, by sheer coincidence, it did make him a pile of cash.

Shortly before the film’s release Gore warned today would see "a true planetary emergency." Once again, he offered few details of the problems you might face on your weekly visit to Walmart.
He wen…

I All Was Blame Human For Global Warming., But Will Not Blame Human For Gun Crime? But Blame The Gun Instead?


Study Claims The Air Pollution From Driving Your Car Is Causing Crimes? Can Some One Call The Men In The White Suit?

First, researchers said global warming would make people more violent, now they argue being downwind from air pollution increases crime rates. A new study claims that driving your SUV may be causing crime downwind.

Researchers with Harvard University and the University of California, Davis published a study claiming to have “the first quasi-experimental evidence that air pollution causally affects criminal activity.” Researchers claim “ violent crime is 2.2 percent higher” on the side of the Chicago’s I-290 freeway that’s downwind of air pollution.

Researchers, however, admit that increases in crime from air pollution are “modest in magnitude,” but then argue their “back-of-the-envelope calculations suggest that the cost of mobile pollution-induced crime in the United States is on the order of $100-200 million annually.”

“This magnitude is comparable to many of the well-studied impacts of traffic on health, and should be considered in relevant cost-benefit analyses,” …

Hurricane Alex Forms, First January Hurricane In Decades, We Can Hear It Now For Al Gore, Global Warming Causes More Hurricanes?

Hurricane Alex formed in the Atlantic Ocean Thursday, the first hurricane to form in January since 1938, the National Weather Service announced. A Hurricane Warning was issued for the Azores, the islands roughly 900 miles west of Portugal. Alex was centered about 490 miles south of Faial Island in the central Azores and was moving north-northeast near 20 mph Thursday.

Forecasters said the hurricane's maximum sustained winds approached 85 mph. The U.S. National Hurricane Center reports Alex will move near or over parts of the Azores on Friday. It was first reported as a subtropical storm Wednesday. Forecasters also say Alex is the first hurricane to churn in the Atlantic any time in January since 1955. That storm had formed in December of the previous year. The Azores government on Thursday advised kindergartens to stay closed and told residents to ensure drainage systems aren't blocked. The archipelago, which has a population of around 250,000, has been threatened by hurrican…