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Deadly California wildfire destroys at least 150 homes? Here Come Al Gore And Friend's Blaming This , You Guess It Global Warming

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In intense wildfire in central California has destroyed 150 homes and the number may yet rise, fire officials said Saturday.

The tally rose from 80 homes as firefighters began going through neighborhoods to count houses and mobile homes incinerated by the blaze.
Entire blocks were reduced to rubble, and at least 2,500 homes remained threatened.
Weather conditions that drove the fire through small southern Sierra Nevada communities with terrifying speed remained a worry, with low humidity and 30-mph steady winds forecast.
"That's something we have to keep an eye on. It could spark another disaster," Kern County fire Engineer Anthony Romero said.
About 1,100 firefighters battled the flames.
Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency, freeing up money and resources to fight the fire and to clean up in the aftermath. The Federal Emergency Management Agency also authorized the use of funds for firefighting efforts.
Since it began Thursday, the fire has swept throu…
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Models Miss Another Factor Impacting Climate?

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Hardly a month or even a week goes by without a new study Colored stalactites and stalagmites in the cave. coming out examining another natural factor scientists have found that provably affects temperature or climate — a factor neither the climate models, nor the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have or, perhaps even can, account for. The most recent of these climate drivers brought to my attention was brought to light in a study in Nature Communications. In it, researchers at the Australian National University Research School of Earth Sciences measured trace elements and stable isotopes in stalagmites from the Indonesian island of Flores, comparing ancient rainfall patterns to records from East Asia and the central-eastern equatorial Pacific. They found alternating multi-century-long El Niño/La Niña-like patterns have affected global climate for at least the past 2,000 years. Climate models do not reproduce those patterns. Note these are not the familiar El Niño/La Niña pa…

At Least 4 Dead in West Virginia Flooding: ‘Probably…the Worst in 100 Years’, And Here Come Al Gore To Blame This on , You Guess It Global Warming!

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State official: At least 4 dead in flooding that has devastated parts of West Virginia. Original story below CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Multiple fatalities have been reported in flooding that has devastated parts of the state, a state official said Friday morning. Chris Stadelman, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s communications director, said some areas were “probably looking at flooding that’s going to be the worst in 100 years.” State of emergency declared over West Virginia flooding: https://t.co/vDxWOfIBZn — Morning Express (@MorningExp) June 24, 2016 At least two fatalities related were reported after storms rolled into West Virginia early Thursday and continued throughout the day leaving thousands without power and several roads impassable. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/06/24/multiple-fatalities-reported-in-west-virginia-flooding-probably-the-worst-in-100-years/

Obama Saving Lady Liberty from Imaginary Global Warming

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The Pirate in the Oval Office is not only fleecing American citizens out of more than 265 million acres of public lands and waters, he’s rubbing their noses in his park acquisition on his way out of the door. Barack ‘Captain-Kidd-you-not” Obama spent Father’s Day weekend hanging out in the park.
Plebeian campers held up in traffic jams getting to two iconic parks were detained in celebrating Father’s Day camp-outs while patrician Obama got to survey his personal kingdom:
Over the weekend I visited two of our country’s spectacular national parks. I can tell you that seeing Carlsbad Caverns or Yosemite Valley in person is an experience that you just can’t capture on a screen or in a picture. You’ve got to see it in person and breathe it in yourself,” he wrote in a Tuesday e-blast. “National Parks—spectacular natural treasures that are available to everybody, not just the lucky few—have been called America’s best idea. Under my administration, we’ve protected more than 265 million acres…

106-Year-Old Photo Makes Global Warming Alarmists Think Twice About Paris Floods

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As parts of France are currently under 18 feet of water, some have taken to blaming global warming, but a photographer from France has a picture that seeks to silence alarmist fears. A picture taken by French photographer Julien Knez juxtaposes two floods brilliantly, showing that high water levels have occurred in recent memory in France, which casts doubt on claims of global warming being responsible for the current flooding.
While some point toglobal warming as the culprit, an article published byWatts Up With That — a site run by Anthony Watts, a meteorologist and founder of the ‘Surface Stations project‘ — on Wednesday shows the ‘Great Flood Of Paris’ in 1910saw water levels rise to over 20 feet above normallong before global warming was an issue.

“More than 100 years ago, the Seine River rose a record breaking 8.6 m (roughly 20 feet) above usual levels, causing the catastrophe known as the 1910 Great Flood of Paris.” Kristine Mitchell wrote in a piece for mymodernmet.com on June …

GOP AGs warn AL Gore Dems that if climate skeptics can be prosecuted for ‘fraud,’ so can alarmists

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If Democratic attorneys general can pursue climate change skeptics for fraud, then also at risk of prosecution are climate alarmists whose predictions of global doom have failed to materialize. The “cuts both ways” argument was among those raised by 13 Republican attorneys general in a letter urging their Democratic counterparts to stop using their law enforcement power against fossil fuel companies and others that challenge the climate change catastrophe narrative. Consider carefully the legal precedent and threat to free speech, said the state prosecutors in their letter this week, headed by Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange.
“If it is possible to minimize the risks of climate change, then the same goes for exaggeration,” said the letter. “If minimization is fraud, exaggeration is fraud.” The letter comes as Exxon Mobil fights off subpoenas by two prosecutors — Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude E. Walker — for decades’ wort…

Obama Warns: Manhattan Will Be ‘Underwater’ If We Don’t Act On Climate Change?

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Barack Obama insists that Americans have to take climate change seriously, or else a key part of one the world’s greatest cities could end up underwater. “When scientists tell us that the planet is getting warmer and we need to do something about it, the majority of people think that’s a good idea, let’s do something about that, because we don’t want Manhattan to be underwater,” Obama said during a fundraiser in New York City. Obama observed that people are frustrated by the current presidential election campaign. “The bad news is that our politics has been a little screwed up lately,” he said, pointing to the Republican party’s nomination process. But he urged his donors to help the Democratic party organize against Trump.
“We got to get busy and we got to organize, and we got to work,” he said. “And the only way we do that effectively is when we have support from folks like you.” http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/09/obama-warns-manhattan-will-underwater-dont-ac…

How does this photo debunk EPA’s most important ‘scientific’ claim?

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s most powerful regulatory weapon is its ability to regulate fine particulate matter (like soot and dust) in outdoor air. This fine particulate matter is called PM2.5 (pronounced “Pee-Em-Two-Point-Five”). PM2.5 is about 1/20 the width of a human hair. PM2.5 may be natural (e.g., forest fires, volcanoes, dust, pollen, mold) or manmade (e.g., power plant smokestacks, vehicle exhaust).







The EPA has used PM2.5-based regulations to help destroy the U.S. coal industry. These include the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule and Mercury Air Transport Standards. The EPA relied more on PM2.5 than greenhouse gases to justify its global warming rules known as the Clean Power Plan. The EPA’s recent ozone rules, reputed to be the most expensive EPA rules ever, are about 90% dependent on EPA’s claims about PM2.5.

The EPA claims that stringent regulation of PM2.5 is necessary because PM2.5 supposedly kills hundreds of thousands of Americans annually after either…

So Your Telling Me? That White Women Playing Soft Ball Is All About White Privilege? Run That Bye Me Again?

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So Your Telling Me? That White Women With A Gun Is All About White Privilege? Run That Bye Me Again?

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So Your Telling Me? That White Women Marching For The Right To Life? Is All About White Privilege? Run That Bye Me Again?

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So Your Telling Me? That White Women Marching For The Right To Vote? Is All About White White Privilege? Run That Bye Me Again?

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So Your Telling Me? That White Women Marching For The Right To Vote? Is All White White Privilege? Run That Bye Me Again?

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So Your Telling Me? That White Women Marching For The Right To Vote? Is All White White Privilege? Run That Bye Me Again?

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After a Week of Dangerously Heaving Rains Across Europe, French Floods Slowly Ease? We Can Hear It , Now Right On Clue Al Gore And Company , Will Blame Global Warming Again!

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The riverside Grand Palais exhibition hall in Paris reopened Sunday as floodwaters slowly receded from the French capital, though risks remain for other regions. The Louvre Museum, several Paris train stations and roads remained closed after the worst floods in three decades caused the Seine River to burst its banks. Quayside restaurants were partially flooded and tourist boats were unable to pass under bridges.
The glass-topped Grand Palais, built for the 1900 World’s Fair and currently hosting an exhibit by avant-garde Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping among several others, opened again Sunday after closing Friday because of flood risks. Elsewhere, emergency crews were pumping water out of a key Paris highway interchange and evacuating cars trapped for days on a highway south of the capital. After a week of exceptionally heavy rains around Europe, at least 18 people have been killed in flooding in Germany, France, Romania and Belgium. New thunderstorms are forecast for eastern France …

Withdrawal of Letter by climate change scientists urging prosecution of skeptics deemed a 'mistake'

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You would think the group of 20 or so climate change scientists who sent a letter to President Obama urging him to prosecute climate skeptics under the RICO statute would have consulted a PR firm before they made asses of themselves to the whole country.
But now, the learned men of science have hired Climate Nexus, a PR firm specializing in spinning global warming news. The letter has been withdrawn - a move the PR firm called a "big mistake" - and a different strategy will be employed. Washington Times: In the days after 20 professors fired off a letter urging President Obama to investigate climate skeptics for suspected federal racketeering charges, the climate change movement went into full damage-control mode.
Philip Newell, creative media manager of the public relations firm Climate Nexus, described the Sept. 1 letter as “a big mistake,” advising activists and scientists to downplay the prosecution angle and spin the story away from individuals and toward fossil fuel compan…