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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 11:34 am    Post subject: Climate Change HOAX  Reply with quote


Climate Change Alarmism a Religious Belief?
April, 2012 hoax  
 -  Whether the weather is hot or cold, global warming remains the new climate orthodoxy. Even a terrible winter last year has not shaken Europe's belief in a coming climate change apocalypse.

Winter 2011 was a pleasant no-show for most of the United States, setting hundreds of warm temperature records. The warmer temps set off the predictable warnings that it was because of global warming, and cold winters were becoming a thing of the past.

"The planet is getting warmer and it will continue to warm on average as we go into the future," climate scientist Jim Hurrell, with the National Center for Atmospheric Research, said.

A Freeze on Global Warming?

Except that one year ago, the winter season set cold and snow records, and heavy snow even collapsed the roof of the Minneapolis Metrodome.

Europe has seen record-setting cold and snow for the past few years. More than 600 people died from a historic arctic cold snap across the continent this year.  Europe used to get warnings about warmer and warmer winters, too. Not so much anymore.

Still, man-made climate change remains an article of faith and law in Europe, where publicly disputing the theory could end your career.  It doesn't matter how much Europe looks like the North Pole, climate skeptics aren't just wrong, they're treated as bad people.

Denouncing 'Climate Criminals'

When French scientist and politician Claude Allegre came out with the book, The Climate Deception (L'imposture Climatique), 400 French scientists signed a petition asking the government to denounce the book.

Television features documentaries like one on Belgian TV that exposes so-called "climate criminals," including experts like Allegre who don't believe in global warming.  And if a climate expert makes it on TV in most European nations, they're likely to be attacked by their interviewer.

Some people have compared France's news media to North Korea's. That's admittedly a stretch, but there are only a few news channels and they are all spouting similar coverage. There is definitely a party line when it comes to climate change.

Czech President Vaclav Klaus wrotea book critical of climate change. Klaus was also one of the rotating presidents of the European Union. But when Nicolas Lecaussin tried to get it published in France, no major publisher would touch it.

"It's a scientific book. He says climate change, global warming, doesn't exist," Lecaussin said. "We took it to a number of editors. Nobody wanted to publish it. Nobody."

A 'Pagan Religion'

"It is very difficult in France to fight the pieties of climate change, let's put it like that," Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, Paris columnist for the London Telegraph, added.  Moutet termed the belief in climate change, "a catechism:"
"Yes, it's a piety that they repeat over and over," she said.

French philosopher Pascal Bruckner called the belief in climate change "a pagan religion."

And the elites in Europe continue to move forward with an agenda to change how we all live.  They just concluded the Planet under Pressure conference in London, which is aimed at not only lowering the number of humans on the planet but restricting them to cities so they don't disrupt nature.

At the same conference, an American college professor issued a paper that said skepticism of man-made climate change is a sickness like racism that should be treated.

So, despite a second horrible winter, in which much of Europe felt more like Siberia, leaders continue to make potentially expensive policy plans and decisions based on the belief that climate change is still coming.

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Report shows UN admitting solar activity may play significant role in global warming


The Earth has been getting warmer -- but how much of that heat is due to greenhouse gas emissions and how much is due to natural causes?

A leaked report by a United Nations’ group dedicated to climate studies says that heat from the sun may play a larger role than previously thought.

“[Results] do suggest the possibility of a much larger impact of solar variations on the stratosphere than previously thought, and some studies have suggested that this may lead to significant regional impacts on climate,” reads a draft copy of a major, upcoming report from the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

The man who leaked the report, StopGreenSuicide blogger Alec Rawls, told FoxNews.com that the U.N.’s statements on solar activity were his main motivation for leaking the document.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/science/20...ant-role-in-global/#ixzz2JkAAt7lj
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Was There an Ice Age?
by Jake Hebert, Ph.D. *
Resources › Earth Sciences Resources › Ice Age

Secular scientists believe there have been at least five major ice ages during Earth's history, and the most recent is thought to have begun about 2.6 million years ago. Within this Pleistocene ice age, ice sheets are thought to have advanced and receded over many tens of thousands of years, growing in size during shorter ice ages called glacials and shrinking during the warmer interglacial periods.

Because secular discussions of ice ages involve millions of years, Bible-believing Christians may wonder: Was there really an ice age?

Yes, there is strong geological evidence of an ice age. Today, receding glaciers often leave behind recognizable geological features such as drumlins (elongated ridges) and moraines (rock debris carved and then deposited either along the side or at the end of a melting, moving glacier). Since these features are also found in lower latitudes than today’s ice sheets and glaciers, it is clear that both the northern and southern hemisphere ice sheets extended to lower latitudes than they do today and have since melted.

Secular scientists have dozens of theories to explain ice ages, but they all have serious problems. Even the most popular one, the astronomical or Milankovitch theory, offers far too weak a cause.1

The Bible, on the other hand, suggests a plausible mechanism for explaining a relatively recent ice age that began shortly after the Flood about 4,300 years ago and may have only lasted for several centuries. Surprisingly, the Ice Age actually required large amounts of heat, which this mechanism provides. One can use the acrostic HEAT to remember its key points.

Hot Oceans. During the Genesis Flood, hot, molten material from Earth’s interior, possibly including much warmer waters from the “fountains of the great deep” (Genesis 7:11), volcanism, and friction from plate tectonics, would have significantly warmed the world’s oceans, perhaps by tens of degrees Celsius.

Evaporation. Warmer oceans would have resulted in greatly elevated evaporation. This would have increased the amount of moisture in the atmosphere, ultimately resulting in much greater snowfall over the relatively cool continents in the mid- and high-latitude regions.

Aerosols. The enormous amounts of volcanic activity that occurred toward the end of the Flood and afterward would have ejected an enormous volume of tiny particles called aerosols into the atmosphere. These aerosols would have reflected significant amounts of sunlight away from Earth’s surface, resulting in cooler summers over the continents. Thus, winter snow and ice would not completely melt, even during the warmest months. Ice sheets would grow as more snow and ice accumulated during subsequent winters.

Time. Explosive volcanic eruptions can result in noticeable cooling over the continents, and both creation and evolution scientists agree that many enormous volcanic eruptions have occurred in the past. Creation scientists believe many of these eruptions occurred toward the end of the Flood and for many years afterward as Earth slowly returned to equilibrium after the Flood cataclysm. As noted above, aerosols from explosive volcanic eruptions are a potent cooling mechanism for keeping developing ice sheets from melting. However, because secular scientists hold that millions of years separated each volcanic eruption from the next, they cannot use this mechanism to account for an ice age. Thus, the Bible’s short timescale is critical in explaining the Ice Age!

Yes, extensive geological evidence demands that high-latitude ice sheets did once extend to much lower latitudes than they do today. The secular view holds that there were multiple ice ages, each lasting for millions of years. In truth, there was only one relatively short ice age, perhaps with several “surges,” and it was a result of the Genesis Flood.2,3
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UN calls for global taxes to fund climate fight
Nov 2010
A top UN panel on Friday called for increased taxes on carbon emissions and international transport to raise 100 billion dollars a year to combat climate change.  The group led by the prime ministers of Norway and Ethiopia also said there could be a tax on international financial transactions.

UN Agenda 2030 Agenda 21
sustainable development = witchcraft

OK Smarty pants, what is causing such weather extremes?
In a word


When man rebels against GOD
Nature rebels against man!


WHY is nature going nuts?
March 2013

Dying forests worldwide - WHY?
Big trees are dying around the world.  Are humans next?

The big 100-300 year old trees are dying in many of the world forests and cities.

Dying forests
Huge swaths of Whitebark pine have been killed by Mountain pine beetles in the Gros Ventre area east of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Warmer weather has enabled the insect to survive through winter and kill millions of trees throughout the region.

Chestnut trees are dying in Europe
Over much of Europe the horse chestnut tree is under threat.
The culprit is a moth larvae and a bacterium that makes trunks bleed and die.
Without any clear reason, the moth became rampant and spread through much of Europe about a decade ago.

Beetles gnaw through Utah, West
Warming winters have allowed waves of beetles to gnaw their way through millions of acres of forests in Utah and across the West.

WHY is this happening?
is Americas problem, and the environment troubles are a result of man's sin against GOD.
When man rebels against GOD, Nature rebels against man.  God controls the climate, not man.  The USA and the world are under HIS righteous judgment.
From the rebellion of the 1960s to taking prayer out of schools to legalized murder they term abortion in 1973 to the more recent legalizing of homosexual SIN, and climate crap nonsense, America has poked its finger in God's Eye.  


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Population Control Zealots Going Nuts Over 7 Billion People
Oct 2011
United Nations bureaucrats, demonstrating their usual flair for ham-handed propaganda, have tagged October 31 as “The Day of Seven Billion.” Apparently they want us to view the arrival of the seven billionth person on the planet with the same dread that medieval villagers felt for ghosts, witches and warlocks. We refuse.

Led by the U.N. Population Fund, various anti-people groups are attempting to terrify the good citizens of Earth this Halloween by raising the specter of … babies. The seven billionth baby, to be exact.

Take the group Population Matters, for example, which will be:

… marking the day [of Seven Billion] by highlighting the unsustainability of continuing population growth. This increase in population puts huge pressure on the environment and makes attempts to address issues such as biodiversity loss and climate change even more difficult. As Population Matters patron Sir David Attenborough has said, “All environmental problems become harder — and ultimately impossible — to solve with ever more people.”

The earth’s population has risen in the last century, its press release goes on to complain. Turning a blind eye to the lengthening life spans and soaring per capita incomes that have accompanied this growth, Population Matters wants a world where childbearing is restricted and there are a lot fewer human beings.

“Everyone agrees that we need to find ways to create a sustainable world for future generations. Slowing population growth can play a valuable role in this,” says Simon Ross, Population Matters’ chief executive. “Where people have choices, such as the UK, we are asking them to have ‘two or fewer’ children as part of a sustainable lifestyle.”

Population Matters is not alone in using the birth of Baby Seven Billion to advance an anti-people agenda. The Sierra Club’s Carl Pope says that the rising population will make the future world “a very grim place.”

Robert Engelman of the Worldwatch Institute opines that, while ending population growth “won’t solve problems by itself … it will help — a lot.” He goes on to add this effort is “in the interest of all who care about a truly sustainable environment and human future.”

We at PRI disagree. In fact, we disagree so much that I have accepted an invitation from BBC to publicly debate Chris Packham of Population Matters this Friday, October 14th.

I will first tell Mr. Packham to check his math. Even a rudimentary look at human numbers reveals that the world’s population is not continuing to climb, but is leveling off. According to the latest UN estimates, the world’s population will level off in thirty years or so and then begin to decline, slowly at first and with increasing rapidity. (See PRI’s latest cartoon about this very subject).

If he is worried about 7 billion people on the planet, I will tell him, just take a deep breath. By the end of the century, the population will fall below 7 billion again.

Second, I will remind him that population growth is an important driver of economic progress. Every stomach comes with two hands attached. Every mouth is backed by a creative human intelligence. We can solve the problems that are caused by our growing numbers. In fact, we have been doing so for many centuries now.

The reason why human well-being is increasing faster than human numbers is quite simple. The more minds you have in play, the more rapidly scientific and technical advances occur. And in today’s world, you have hundreds of millions of minds at work. Not only that, they are interconnected in an unprecedented way, while at the same time having access to endless stores of information. Whatever problems are caused by our slowly increasing numbers are dwarfed by our incredible and growing potential for coming up with creative solutions.

Third, I will tell Mr. Packham that forced pace population control programs have never been the answer. Aren’t we all glad — and haven’t we all benefited — from the fact that Steve Jobs’ birth mother choose life, instead of an abortion? Don’t we all mourn the 400 million Chinese children who were aborted by the state?
I am certain that the parents of Baby Seven Billion will celebrate his birth. And we at PRI will be celebrating right alongside them.
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Regions must brace for weather extremes
Nov. 2011 HOAX
-  Southern Europe will be gripped by fierce heatwaves, drought in North Africa will be more common, and small island states face ruinous storm surges from rising seas, according to a report by UN climate phony scientists.  3 years in the making, the underlying 800-page report synthesises thousands of recent, peer-reviewed scientific studies.  Yeah by hoax-complicit peers
The draft summary for policymakers will be reviewed, line-by-line, during a joint meeting of the IPCC's Working Group I, which focuses on physical science, and Working Group II, which examines impacts.

AUSTRALIA *  Earth climate
January 3, 2012  part of hoax  
-  Severe flooding is threatening parts of New South Wales and Queensland in eastern Australia, with towns cut off and thousands of residents evacuated.  A military helicopter was sent with bedding and supplies.  Moree said worst flooding in 35 years.
Hawaii drought worsens

Mexico Drought so Bad, even Drug Trade Affected
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Mexico reeling from climate extremes
February 2, 2012  
— A severe drought in Mexico left 2 million people without access to water and, coupled with a cold snap, has devastated croplands.

Montenegro climate change
February 29, 2012
– Podgorica is the capital and largest city of Montenegro. Montenegro is situated on the southern Balkan Peninsula connected with the Adriatic Sea.  The snow is almost an unknown event in Podgorica. This winter, the situation is completely different in Podgorica and especially the Northern part of Montenegro is blocked by snow, unprecedented in the last half century.

Climate disarray: skipping spring and going straight to summer
March 23, 2012
 – The United States and parts of Canada have come out of winter to find a lingering ridge of high pressure inducing summer-like conditions. The map above shows surface temperature anomalies during March 13-19 compared to averages for those dates over the last 10 years. More than 1,054 locations set new daily high temperatures records and 627 saw new record lows. “Records are not only being broken across the country, they’re being broken in unusual ways,’ reports NASA’s Adam Voiland. “Chicago, for example, saw temperatures above 26.6° Celsius (80° Fahrenheit) every day between March 14-18, breaking records on all five days. For context, the National Weather Service noted that Chicago typically averages only one day in the eighties each in April. And only once in 140 years of weather observations has April produced as many 80°Fahrenheit days as this March,” Volland wrote. “Meanwhile, Climate Central reported that in Rochester, Minnesota, the overnight low temperature on March 18 was 16.6° Celsius (62° Fahrenheit), a temperature so high it beat the record high of 15.5°Celsius (60° Fahrenheit) for the same date,” Volland added. –Discovery News
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What Population Control Advocates Don’t Say
October 2011
 International population advocates decided that October 31, 2011 is the day that the world’s population will reach 7 billion.  

Blahblah - Women and their families living in poverty, not enough food, water, or access to education – all because they have too many children.  Blah blah blah

Is the world’s population spiraling out of control?

Global fertility rates are half of what they were in 1970 and are continuing downward.  The number of children the average woman has during her childbearing years fell from five in the mid-1960′s to 2.7 today.   With the exception of some sub-sarahan nations such as Niger, Yemen and Uganda, fertility rates have fallen rather dramatically around the world.  (UN, World Population Report, 2010)  By 2020, for the first time, the global fertility rate will dip below the global replacement rate of 2.1.

Currently 79 countries, representing close to 50 percent of the world’s population,  have below-replacement fertility rates.  No industrialized nation still produces enough children to sustain its population over time or to prevent rapid population aging.  It is counterintuitive, however, because even in areas where birthrates are dramatically below replacement level, the absolute number of people is often still growing–giving the appearance of rampant population growth.

If fertility rates have fallen, why have world population numbers continued to rise?

It’s because of a process called “population momentum.“  A simple definition is that there are enough women, already born, who will probably bear children that the world’s population will continue upward for a period of time.  But what the population control advocates don’t address is what happens when the population momentum stops and population growth rates become negative and eventually go into a steep free fall.

Population free fall is happening in some countries right now.   When a country reaches a total fertility rate of 1.4, that country will lose one-third of its population every generation.  There are approximately 34 countries that are in that predicament right now.  Our colleagues at Population Research Institute (PRI) have put together a short, clever cartoon video that explains such things as population momentum.  See it here.

Is the rise out of poverty predicated upon reducing family size?

Try though they might, the international agencies that support population control have not been able to support their assumption that reducing family size boosts development or provides a sure rise out of poverty.

You’ll note that even in the AP article Lester Brown, an environmentalist that always makes sure he’s in the news, is quoted as saying:  “Extreme poverty and large families tend to reinforce each other.” [emphasis added]  He offers this equivocating statement because there is no empirical support for the position that reducing fertility pulls a country and its people out of poverty.

It is said that modernization and development are “the best contraceptive.”  As modern technologies and economic development have gained traction in developing countries, birth rates have fallen – with or without inducements to reduce family size.  To say “you won’t pull yourself out of poverty until you curtail your children” is simply unsupportable.   Here’s an interesting chart; take a look and you decide:  Statistics on Population and Prosperity:  Is There an Effect?  

Secondly, you’ll want to see another of PRI’s cartoons.  It gives you “A New Way to Look at Population and Poverty.”

Why are there people in the world that are still hungry?

“There is enough food in the world today for everyone to have the nourishment necessary  for a healthy and productive life.” - World Food Program.  

“The world currently produces enough food for everybody, but many people do not have access to it.”  -Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN.

The distribution and access to food is hampered by many things other than poverty, such as natural disasters, ineffective farming techniques and over-exploitation of land, poor infrastructure for delivery, and war.  One of the biggest reasons people go hungry is because of ineffective and/or corrupt government.  There is no reason to believe that reducing the number of children is going to have a major impact on the factors that are the primary drivers of world hunger.  To see a list of statistics regarding population and food production, go here.  You’ll also see another short, yet great PRI video:  “Food:  There’s lots of it.”


The problems in some countries are serious and deserve our full attention.  The millions upon millions of dollars spent on population control programs, however, are better spent on such things as providing clean water, sanitation, modern medical care, education, infrastructure, and economic development.

Seven billion is a very large number.  But throwing it into the population debate without any context, intentionally takes the personal nature out of the life equation.  Each of those seven billion is a life of significant value and influence.  American genius Walt Disney once said, “Our greatest natural resource is our children.”  We trust that human ingenuity will enable mankind to meet the challenges ahead and we welcome each and every child into the world.

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Climate hoax
Dec 1, 2015
-   The global warming HOAX, fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever.  The official temperature records on which the climate change hoax rested were systematically adjusted to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.

I have been told this was done by the population control of the U.N.
The plan to KILL off human beings continues.  
The person who told me knew for many years this was coming.

Between the Evil UN and the Evil CERN
amid all the other NWO govt evils, the people have no chance.
The LORD (Ha Shem) wants us to put ALL our trust in Him ALONE, not in the dollar.

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