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August 20, 2013


Climatism In A Nutshell

by CJ Orach - peopleneedpower

Kaboom says:

Climate alarmists are committing crimes against humanity by redirecting funds better used to provide clean water, basic health care and improving farming in third world countries into harebrained schemes to avert an imaginary future disaster. They should all spend the remainder of their natural lives plowing fields in Eritrea.

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  1. Aug 20 2013

    “Humankind cannot bear very much reality.” – T. S. Eliot

    Empirical Reality: The source of energy in the cores of uranium atoms that destroyed Hiroshima is the source of energy in the core of the Sun that made our elements, birthed the solar system, and sustained the origin and evolution of life.

    Traveling on highway Interstate-40 today – between Little Rock, AR and Memphis, TN – we passed a bus loaded with handcuffed prisoners. I was reminded of the futility of efforts by world leaders to be secure while ruling the world by deception and posted this note:

    I am seriously considering ways to send an open message to Presidents and Prime Ministers of nations and organizations like the United Nations informing them that sixty-eight years (2013 – 1945 = 68 yr) of leadership by deception is now over.

    Why? Current world leaders and their predecessors deserve a great deal of credit for having reduced racism, nationalism, sexism and avoiding nuclear wars after the United Nations was formed on 24 Oct 1945, . . .

    But their responses and those of leaders of the scientific community to evidence of fraudulent global temperature data in Climategate emails and documents four years ago – in late Nov 2009 – destroyed all confidence in their leadership.

    They are now on the wrong side of history, and cannot stay in power by hiring more police officers, eves-dropping on every conversation, arresting every possible suspect and taking weapons away from the public.

    They might depart graciously now, with praise for their many worthy accomplishments, or depart less graciously later, with likely damage to themselves and to the rest of society.

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo


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