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PBS Global Warming The Signs and the Science

Posted by admin on October 9, 2013 in Global Warming with 1 Comment

Jennifer Smithhttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/smithcommajennferPeoplePBS Global Warming The Signs and the Science

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Fat Global Warming (HD) : Foamy The Squirrel

Posted by admin on May 1, 2013 in Global Warming with 25 Comments

Are you fat? Then, according to recent studies, you’re causing Global Warming… Wait, what!? illwillpress.com

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An Inconvenient Truth

Posted by admin on April 21, 2013 in Global Warming with No Comments

Director Davis Guggenheim eloquently weaves the science of global warming with Al Gore’s personal history and lifelong commitment to reversing the effects of global climate change in the most talked-about documentary at Sundance. An audience and critical favorite, An Inconvenient Truth makes the compelling case that Global Warming is real, man-made, and its effects will be cataclysmic if we don’t act now. Gore presents a wide array of facts and information in a thoughtful and compelling way: often humorous, frequently emotional, always fascinating. In the end, An Inconvenient Truth accomplishes what all great films should: it leaves the viewer shaken, involved and inspired.

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Nice Try Kyoto

Posted by admin on April 20, 2013 in Global Warming with 3 Comments

February 16th is the two-year anniversary of the inspired and contentious Kyoto Protocol.

The Kyoto Protocol is an amendment made under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Countries that ratify this protocol commit to reduce their emissions of carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases (GHG). Originally introduced December 1997 it went into effect February 16th 2005 with 160 Countries on board.

Of those countries the United States and Australia refused to comply with its provisions. The decision of the U.S., which produces roughly 25% of global green house gases, to bow out has been widely and vigorously criticized.

The U.S. Bows Out

The Bush administrations denial of the existence of global warming and refusal to accept the scientific evidence behind, it has been the most noted reason for U.S. non-participation, however a less publisized reasoning was the U.S. governments view that the Protocol was incomplete.

The Kyoto Protocol calls on the high-income countries and the post communist nations of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union to reduce their GHG emissions as of 2012 by around 6 percent compared with the 1990 levels. However given the participation criteria China, the world second largest polluter, and India, although having signed the treaty are exempt from compliance and enforcement penalties.

These rapidly developing countries will soon account for 50% of the worlds GHG emissions. The active participation of these countries is critical to the stabilization of green house emissions and the U.S. contends that letting them slide by on the honor system is a major oversight of the Protocol.

Kyoto Not Enough

Many argue that the wording of the initiative itself is flawed, maintaining that the criteria and measures of enforcement lack clear definition. Also the long-term viability of the Protocols goals has been called into question. Jeffrey Sachs, noted economist, states in an article for Scientific America; “The Kyoto Protocol takes the long-term objective of stabilization of GHG concentrations and transforms it into a short-term target on emissions reductions, with no clear link between the two.”

With the science of global warming moving from theory to fact, many nations including the U.S. have been working on legislation of their own to reduce GHG. Canada a long time Kyoto Protocol groupie reveals that 59% of Canadians feel that the Protocol is only a small part of what each nation should be doing.

In the two years since its enforcement, while there have been marked improvements, even the strictest of participants have struggled to comply. Even Kyoto Japan where the initiative was born has found meeting its commitment a challenge. Carbon emissions in Japan have actually grown more than 8% over its ’90s benchmark and Canada reports that it is 27% above 1990 levels.

Alt vs. Nuke

Countries such as China and India are in prime positions to make big contributions in the battle against global warming. As their economies are blossoming they can make the decision to take the alternative fuel path, in fact the decision could be critical to their continued growth.

The official China Xinhua agency reported on Wednesday [Jan 17th] that rising temperatures in China could reduce grain crops by over a third in the second half of this century, imperiling food security in the world’s most populous country.

While alternative fuels such as hydrogen and bio-fuels are the most touted solutions, realistically their large-scale implementation in most established nations is not going to happen anytime soon. Alternatively many support already widely established nuclear power as a more immediate solution.

The United States generates a total of 15.43 trillion kWh per year using fossil fuels costing $818.7 billion per year. By converting to atomic energy that same 15 trillion kWh of energy can be produced for around $314 billion, a savings of over $500 billion.

In November 2006 for the first time in its 32-year history, the International Energy Agency (IEA) urged governments around the world to speed the construction of new nuclear power plants. Many countries are leaning that way; China has eight atomic plants under construction and plans to build 40 plants over the next decade.

Nuclear power is cheaper, cleaner (in regard to GHG) and would be a solution to dependence on fossil fuels, but it comes with its own notorious list of problems most notably what to do with tons of radioactive waste. A nuclear solution to global warming seems to equate by making a deal with the devil to save yourself from going to hell.

Too Little Too Late

Despite increased enthusiasms throughout global communities and well-intentioned measures such as the Kyoto Protocol, when it comes down to it we may be looking at a case of “too little too late”. It is clear that we are going to need to take far more aggressive action towards Global Warming, in order to offset the effects of World population growth and increasing energy demands.

Our current actions are the equivalent of pounding laying a railroad with a tack hammer but if it is one thing mankind is good at, it is overcoming hurdles that are in the way of its advancement. Unfortunately we more than often overlook the consequences of our progress.

The question is will human ingenuity get us out of this one and are we smart enough to do it without shooting ourselves in the foot?

Brittany Dorset

The Great Global Warming Swindle Full Movie.

Posted by admin on April 19, 2013 in Global Warming with 3 Comments

The Great Global Warming Swindle

Originally broadcasted March 8, 2007 on British Channel 4.

A documentary, by British television producer Martin Durkin, which argues against the virtually unchallenged consensus that global warming is man-made. A statement from the makers of this film asserts that the scientific theory of anthropogenic Global Warming could very well be “the biggest scam of modern times.”

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The Great Global Warming Swindle [Full Film] – YouTube

Posted by admin on April 17, 2013 in Global Warming with 15 Comments

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A Global Catastrophe is Coming?

Posted by admin on April 15, 2013 in Global Warming with 11 Comments

It is estimated that about 2100 the average temperature of earth’s surface will be between 1.5 and 6 grades higher than in 1980. ¿who are the responsibles and what can we do?

Our planet is getting warmer: that’s a reality. The last ten years have been the hottest; scientifics have announced that in future it would be warmer. And, as always, human beings are the main responsibles: we exert a direct impact over warming process, also known as “greenhouse effect”.

Greenhouse effect is an increase of greenhouse gases concentration: carbon dioxide (CO2), chlorineflourinecarbonate (CFC), methane (CH4), nitrogen oxide (N2O) and troposphere ozone.

In small concentrations these gases are necessary for our survival. Solar energy come in through them, reaches the earth and return as infrared energy. At that moment greenhouse gases catch them and keep the infrared radiation heat, as a greenhouse.

But in major quantities, the main consequence of greenhouse effect is the atmosphere Global Warming.

Why?…because contaminant gases (or greenhouse), as carbon dioxide, provoke that solar energy keep trapped in atmosphere. And it takes only a slight modification of temperature to break the nature equilibrium.

Sea water will evaporate, in other parts will be torrential rain, floods, hurricanes, droughts, heat waves and freeze…among other natural disasters.

An important concern

According to different scientific studies, supported by ONU, it is estimated that in 2100m average temperature of earth will be between 1,5 and 6 grades higher than in 1980. Temperatures are increasing at global scale, and the recorded 15 hottest years have been since 1980.

This is the main concern of scientifics, because besides all the aforementioned disasters it could be famine and epidemic, ice floes melting, flora and fauna disappearing and Caribbean Island flooding.

What is worse is that we are “collaborating” with global warming by using fossil fuel (coal, oil and its derivates as paraffin, liquefied gas and benzine), allowing industrial contamination, among others, and forests and wet lands destruction.

It is believed that if temperature continues to elevate, global warming is going to uneven distributed. Continental zones are going to be hottest than sea zones.

Henry C. Silva

Did scientists get it wrong about global warming?

Posted by admin on April 15, 2013 in Global Warming with No Comments

After such a long spell of cold, wet weather, is it time for the scientists to admit that the drastic temperature rises they predicted have failed to materialise?

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Pt. 1/2 Lord Monckton’s “Global Warming: Just The Truth” Apr 3, ’13, Whangarei Library

Posted by admin on April 12, 2013 in Global Warming with 15 Comments

Part 2 is here: http://youtu.be/DGFyfvskcEg
This shows the first hour of Lord Christopher Monckton’s April 3rd, 2013 presentation titled: “Global Warming: just the truth,” which was part of his ‘CLIMATE OF FREEDOM’ TOUR- APRIL 2013. The talk was held at the May Bain Room at the Whangarei Library from about 3pm until 5.30pm. The humorous and eloquent Lord Monckton spoke about “Climate Change” and its underlying ideological framework, United Nations Agenda 21 and the very real threat of this Agenda to our freedoms.
Understanding the underlying goals and intentions of Agenda 21 helps to make the “man-made global warming,” and “Climate Change” debate clearer. As the evidence increasingly contradicts the theory of greenhouse gas impacts on global temperatures, the alarm is morphing to climate disruption, climate chaos, extreme weather and other scary stuff, since the temperatures are not keeping in step with rising CO2.
On the topic of extreme weather, Lord Monckton did not address the matter of the weather modification technology. There is undeniable evidence to show this has been used in New Zealand to induce drought in 2010 and 2013. The evidence includes rain and hair analyses showing chemicals mentioned on geoengineering patents present in Northland, the presence of numerous aerosols in the sky and bright-white particles present in the rainwater, plus circular indentations in cloud matter showing up in satellite imagery, amongst other unnatural phenomena.
Weather modification technology has been used for over 50 years. Throughout history, weather has been a crucial factor in the outcome of wars and we know that the US military has been a major player in the development of weather science and services. For example, refer the US Air Force document: ‘Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025′ and book titled: ‘Fixing The Sky’ by Professor James Rodger Fleming, which is about the “checkered history of weather and climate control.” Indeed, there is mention that Mexico accused the US of causing an extended drought using cloud seeding in the 1960s in ‘Fixing The Sky’ on page 179 and that weather warfare techniques were employed during the Vietnam war along portions of the Ho Chi Minh Trail between 1966 and 1972 in Chapter 6. Google: ‘Project Popeye’ for more information.
Today, geoengineers talk about putting aerosol material into the stratosphere in the name of fighting “man-made global warming.” They admit that saturating the atmosphere with particulates, (for example, in the form of aerosols, many of which were seen in Northland throughout the period of drought), will lead to drought, because there may be too many condensation nuclei present for the rain droplets to form into a size that will fall.

Lord Monckton was given copies of ‘What in the World Are They Spraying?’ and ‘Why In The World Are They Spraying?’

Lord Monckton’s website:
For more information please visit: http://climaterealists.org.nz/

Re: Agenda 21, I suggest you watch interviews with Rosa Koire and get a copy of her book, Behind The Green Mask: Agenda 21.. Here is an interview she had with Alex Jones of Infowars.com: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnfReKnmNkQ

For information related to weather modification technology watch:

What in the World Are They Spraying? (2010), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jf0khstYDLA

And watch: Why In The World Are They Spraying? (2012)

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Posted by admin on April 10, 2013 in Global Warming with 19 Comments


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