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Saturday, April 23, 2016

World leaders, photo ops, selfies and useless agreements; The Paris conference — experts say it lacks teeth

In developing countries, hundreds of coal-burning power plants are still on the drawing board. And energy companies continue to invest billions each year searching for new reserves of fossil fuels.
All those factors mean that a goal established by the governments of the world in 2009 — limiting the warming of the planet to 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit (2 degrees Celsius) above the preindustrial level — remains far out of reach.
The temperature has risen half that much already, the climate appears to be destabilizing and the great ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are starting to melt.
Read the rest of the B.S. they are trying to lay on you here.

NASA Study:
Antarctic Sea Ice Reaches New Record Maximum

Mass Gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet Greater than Losses

Remember al (my inconvenient b*llshit so I can be relevant) gore?
Al Gore’s Global Warming Racket 
Ten years ago Monday, Al Gore said we had only a decade left to save the planet from global warming. But Earth has been doing just fine. Why did they listen to this man?
While preening at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2006 during the premiere of his “An Inconvenient Truth” fib-umentary, Gore made his grand declaration. The former vice president said, in the words of the AP reporter taking down his story, that “unless drastic measures to reduce greenhouse gases are taken within the next 10 years, the world will reach a point of no return.” In Gore’s own words, he claimed we were in “a true planetary emergency.”
Ten years later, he’s probably hoping that everyone has forgotten about his categorical statement.
The terrible truth for Gore is that there is no planetary emergency. Not one of the dire predictions he and the rest of the alarmist community made has come to pass. In fact, there is plenty of evidence that they have been running a racket. Here’s how we know:
-One, Earth hasn’t warmed in nearly 20 years. Yes, 2015 supposedlysmashedthe previous temperature record. But actually it was the third-warmest year on recordor maybe “not even close to the hottest year on record,” says James Taylor of the Heartland Institute.
The global average temperature, a devilish thing to determine anyway, depends on what temperature readings are being used and who is “adjusting” the data to fit their political purposes. The scientific community cannot be trusted to provide honest numbers. And 2015 was, after all, an El Nino year. Higher temperatures, with no link to man’s activities, were expected.
-Two, predictions that climate change — the re-branding of “global warming” when it turned out that predicted warming wasn’t happening — would cause catastrophic weather damage haven’t panned out.
German insurance giant Munich Re says losses from natural disasters were lower in 2015 than in 2014 and lowest since 2009. The facts are sharply at odds with Gore’s 2012 claim that “dirty weather” caused by “dirty fossil fuel” has created “extreme weather” that “is happening all over the world with increasing frequency.”
-Three, despite all the self-congratulatory international conferences and pseudo-agreements, the world has done nothing to “fight global warming.”
He cannot claim that his deadline has been extended because some governments have forced their citizens to cut carbon dioxide emissions. CO2 levels keep climbing and now exceed 401 parts per million in the atmosphere. It is simply not the dangerous greenhouse gas we’ve repeatedly been told it is.
-Four, in the mid- to late-2000s, Gore repeatedly predicted that an ice-free Arctic Ocean was coming soon. But as usual, his fortune-telling was wrong. By 2014, Arctic ice had grown thicker and covered a greater area than it did when he made his prediction.
-Five, Gore’s movie, which somehow won an Oscar, was found by a British judge to contain nine errors. The judge said it could not be shown to students unless it included a notice pointing out the errors.
Gore will never apologize for peddling deceit, never admit he was wrong.
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As we can plainly see, global warming is not exactly "the science in undeniable, the debate is over", b*llshit they been laying on us. Maybe if they (tree hungers) would have an honest open debate about it and accept opposing science, people would be more willing to listen.
How can we take what they say seriously, when some of them are advocating making it illegal to contradict what they claim? Why are they so adamant on shouting down discussion?
They are so sure of themselves they are trying to make free speech illegal....???

There are zealots on both side of the argument, even massive miss-information, but to believe without listening to all sides makes this argument about global warming a divisive issue instead of a rational one.
Dufus like leonardo dicaprio, who goes to global warming sessions while traveling in a private jet and private yacht burning massive amount of fossil fuel don't help any either, other than trying to get into the limelight, it's not as if we are all stupid enough to follow people with the intelligence of a gnat. Listening to an actor over scientist makes those who take his word for it, no better than he is intellectually.

The rational ones are more apt to believe in global change instead of global warming, makes more sense than anything the "pat me on the back, politically driven, safe space providers" out there can ever come up with.
Global warming is a political tool, used by politicians to get a pat on the back from their voting base, and passed on to the public through their state funded news media like the CBC here in Canada.
When you see reporters from a state funded television station taking selfies with politicians of one certain party, you know who is in the bag.
CBC’s Rosemary Barton takes selfie with Trudeau during interview in DC
The CBC "depends" on the liberal party of Canada for survival, ever heard of the ol'saying, "don't bite the hand that feeds you"? Under those circumstances, are we to believe anything they report?

Like I said, global warming is political, global change is more rational. Because it offers many more reasons for it than the speaking points of a few misinformed "looking for attention or votes" individuals out there.

Global change can be attributed partially to mankind, industry, coal, fossil fuel and other thing we do..Some of the more idiotic tree huggers have even blamed flatulence from cows...lol. (really, look it up)

Back to serious...
There are many other reasons for climate change,
Earths axis change
Movement of the North pole
Solar cycles affects the climate here on Earth.
Even increase volcanic activity can change the climate.

Have you heard any of these sane arguments coming from the Paris conference?
I have even seen sites who claim the suns activity does not affect to weather here on earth...Really?
One has to be a total idiot to believe that.
Who do you think is going to pay for their pet projects, them, or the rest of us, higher priced foods, hydro, transportation, so on, what about the elderly, the disabled, the poor, will dicaprio and the selfie queen dish out their millions to help them out?

The Paris conference or agreement was nothing more than a reality TV show in order to make a few look like they are doing something. Do we really believe countries like China, India, Indonesia and so on will put their economy in jeopardy to please the tree huggers of the west?
Or that western industrial barons will give up profits?
If you believe that then you believe lizard people are actually in control of the world...(Here's another thing to look up, see how many believe that one)

Global change is here, global warming is just one aspect of it, not the whole thing as Paris would like us to believe, with the changes in the axis, poles, sun, it goes to rationalize that it would get warm in some areas and cold in others, like I said concentrating only on global warming is not been honest about the issue, it's political and won't help change anything. Big waste of time and a gigantic tax grab.

The best way to handle the human imprint is not the photo op of Paris but to concentrate on new technologies, innovation, education, even the private sector. Developing nations will not use coal if another equally affordable technology is available.
It is also to "admit" the global weather changes is not only a human problem or cows farting, but to include other factors. To avoid including this is to have the brains of a gnat, which the Paris conference showed us many have and think we are as dumb as they are.

Our survival as a species does not depend on the few who take selfies and dictate their pet project as national policy, it depends on all of us to be...rational and look at everything, and not listen to the elitist who does this to satisfy his or her voting base.

Note;
The N.C. Chronicles offers information and an opinion...the rest is up to you. Don't believe one site or one politician or one TV station, all the info you need is at your fingertip, right in front of you. There is no reason to follow anymore, you have...the web.

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