White House Scrubs ‘Climate Change’ Section From Website!
The articles and images below come from insane propaganda foisted upon the public since I began this site in 2003 as a political vehicle.
Hopefully they will remain a good reminder to future generations of that which humans endured often with no protest.
Only by 2013 did I begin to post articles that countered the propaganda
Enjoy the nonsense, but more seriously take note of the bad science, for which universities in the West are now steeped.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Microsoft CEO Bill Gates, US President Barack Obama, French President Francois Hollande and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the world climate change conference 2015
Exposed: How world leaders were duped into investing billions over manipulated global warming data
The Mail on Sunday today reveals astonishing evidence that the organisation that is the world’s leading source of climate data rushed to publish a landmark paper that exaggerated global warming and was timed to influence the historic Paris Agreement on climate change.
A high-level whistleblower has told this newspaper that America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) breached its own rules on scientific integrity when it published the sensational but flawed report, aimed at making the maximum possible impact on world leaders including Barack Obama and David Cameron at the UN climate conference in Paris in 2015.
The report claimed that the ‘pause’ or ‘slowdown’ in global warming in the period since 1998 revealed by UN scientists in 2013 never existed, and that world temperatures had been rising faster than scientists expected. Launched by NOAA with a public relations fanfare, it was splashed across the world’s media, and cited repeatedly by politicians and policy makers.
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The Prime Minister, the Prince and 'the pause': David Cameron and Prince Charles attended the historic 2015 Paris climate change conference with 150 world leaders.
Cameron committed Britain to an EU-Wide emission cut as a result.
And Charles, writing in this paper last month, stated there was no pause in global warming, influenced by the flawed NOAA paper that made this claim
In an exclusive interview, Dr Bates accused the lead author of the paper, Thomas Karl, who was until last year director of the NOAA section that produces climate data the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) – of ‘insisting on decisions and scientific choices that maximised warming and minimised documentation… in an effort to discredit the notion of a global warming pause, rushed so that he could time publication to influence national and international deliberations on climate policy’.
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Record Over Last Eight Months
Satellites Show increase in Carbon Dioxide Is Causing Global Greening
NATO governments with their Geo-engineering toxic chemtrails are trying to stop trees from growing!
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Fukushima leaking radioactive water for ‘2 years, 300 tons flowing into Pacific daily’
August 07, 2013
A radiation monitor indicates 114.00 microsieverts per hour near the No.4 reactor (background C) and it's foundation construction (background R) for the storage of melted fuel rods at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
"We think that the volume of water is about 300 tons a day," said Yushi Yoneyama, an official with the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, which regulates Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO).
The rate at which contaminated water has been pouring into the Pacific Ocean from the disabled Fukushima nuclear plant is worse than thought before, an Industry Ministry official said as PM Shinzo Abe pledged to step up efforts to halt the crisis.
Abe put the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry in charge of the situation, while demanding that the plant's operator, TEPCO take the necessary steps to deal with the cleanup, which is anticipated to take more than 40 years at a cost of US$11 billion.
Reduce leakage amount to 60 tons per day early as December 2013?
On Wednesday TEPCO confirmed the leak but refused to confirm the quantity being emitted from the plant
"We are not currently able to say clearly how much groundwater is actually flowing into the ocean," Tokyo Electric Power spokesman Noriyuki Imaizumi told Reuters when asked for an estimate.
Japanese authorities are working in crisis mode, attempting to assure the public both at home and abroad that the situation will not further deteriorate into a widespread environmental catastrophe.
Yoneyama said the government plans to reduce the leakage amount to 60 tons per day by as early as December, but given the Japanese government’s progress in the cleanup to date that goal may be difficult to achieve. Removing 300 tonnes of groundwater, however, would not necessarily halt leakage into the sea, he said.
Fukushima reactor buildings 1, 2, 3 and 4 at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
The nuclear plant was severely damaged in an earthquake and subsequent tsunami in March 2011.
About 90,000 people within a 20km radius of the plant were forced to evacuate their homes due to the possibility of a full-scale nuclear meltdown.
Earlier, TEPCO said it detected 2.35 billion becquerels of cesium per liter in water that is now leaking into the groundwater through cracks in the plant’s drainage system.
This radiation level is roughly the same as that measured in April 2011.
The normal level is 150 becquerels of cesium per liter of water.
You can't just leave it to TEPCO
For the past two years, TEPCO has claimed that it managed to siphon off the excess water into specially-constructed storage tanks.
However, the company was forced to admit late last month that radioactive water was still escaping into the Pacific Ocean.
These consistent failures are testing the patience of Japanese authorities.
Shinji Kinjo, head of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA) told Reuters.
Earlier this month, TEPCO was forced to go on the defensive after a scathing first-page article appeared in The Asahi Shimbun daily criticizing the company’s cleanup efforts.
TEPCO did nothing for more than two years
The Asahi Shimbun daily newspaper stated on August 1, 2013:
“You can't just leave it disposing of radioactive waste at the plant up to TEPCO.
Right now, we have an emergency."
“TEPCO did nothing for more than two years despite having pledged to seal a leaking hole between a turbine building the leakage source and an underground pit a trench in April 2011.
April 2011 was when water contaminated with radioactive materials…was found to have leaked into the ocean.
The company only began preparing for shielding tests this summer after contaminated water was found to be leaking into the sea this time.”
Laboratory technician uses Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish caught close to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
TEPCO fired back with its own version of events, saying that despite “technical difficulties and a severe work environment” the company has been working to implement a plan “in order to further reduce the risk of having outflow of contaminated water beyond the trench.”
Although TEPCO engineers have constructed a barrier between the destroyed facility and the ocean, it only extends 1.8 meters below the ground, thus water continues to accumulate inside the plant vaults.
Masashi Goto, a nuclear engineer who has worked at several TEPCO plants, told Reuters:
TEPCO has pledged to begin pumping enough radioactive seepage to stop the water level from rising.
But the company faces limitations, as its storage tanks are 85 percent full.
“New measures are needed to stop the water from flowing into the sea," emphasized Shinji Kinjo, head of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRA), who accused TEPCO of failing to implement long-term solutions for a crisis that has been continuing for more than two years.
Not only is TEPCO running up against technical problems associated with the cleanup efforts, it must also deal with the unpredictable force of nature, specifically in the form of earthquakes.
On Sunday, a 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Miyagi prefecture, the same northeastern region of the island country that was devastated by the 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami, which resulted in 15,000 people killed and more than 3,200 missing.
No damage or injuries were reported in the latest earthquake, but some roads and railways were temporarily closed for safety inspections.
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"If you build a wall, of course the water is going to accumulate there.
And there is no other way for the water to go but up or sideways and eventually lead to the ocean.
So now, the question is how long do we have?"
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A man and two children after a huge tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City, May 20, 2013.
Massive tornado tears through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore killing 51 people as winds 200 miles per hour (320 kph) flattened entire tracts of homes
two schools and a hospital, leaving a wake of tangled wreckage.
|Why did you cut the trees down, Grandma?
This is a conversation between a grown up girl and her grandmother.
The grown-up girl is presently living on the Earth plane.
Her grandmother is now residing in that area of the spiritual heavens where she finds herself capable of existing.
Why did you cut the trees, Grandma?
Well, they were a bit of a nuisance. One of them would drip.
Did you not think of us, Grandma?
Think of you?
Yes, about our future?
Of course I thought about your future, my love.
Why, didn't I care for you when your mother went to work?
You were only three when I started to care for you during the week.
Of course I thought about the future.
I thought about when you would be grown up.
When you would marry, wondering whom he might be.
When you would have children of your own, and if I would get to see them.
Why did you cut the trees down, Grandma?
Because they were a nuisance. I wanted everything to be nice, you know. The neighbours complained too. They said the trees were a bother, blocked the light, though I didn't think that was true.
Did you not look at the television programs grandma, when the environment programs came on?
We watched television a lot. Oh, did we watch it a lot. I think we must have watched television five or six hours a night. And we always kept it on for you. We thought it would comfort you, having the background noise you know. Your mother thought that. And it did often. So you would be at peace, you know.
You were a terror, my child. Always into something. Always doing something. If we put on the television, well, we could park you in front of it, at least for a brief time.
Did you not look at the television programs, grandma?
Which programs, my love?
The environment programs, grandma?
Those...to be truthful we always changed the channel when they came on. We wanted murder, and the police dealing with it. People killing each other. All that was much more interesting then the environment programmes. They were boring really.
The year you cut the trees, grandma, the winds were getting stronger Oklahoma had their strongest tornadoes ever that year.
I didn't know that?
Did you think of all those people who would be killed grandma?
Killed. You mean in the war, my love, the war against Iraq; the war against the Palestinian people...and there was that country, Lebanon wasn't it, or was it Syria?
I did watch some.
You couldn't avoid it.
But I didn't want to watch what was happening.
Why the people were being killed.
That was the government's job.
I wanted to avoid it as much as I could.
Terrorists they said, though I think the government made much too much of that.
After all my mother your grandmother had been through with the European... that big war... and your great-grandfather killed in that other big horrible war over there... he was only twenty-five.
I could never understand why our government kept bombing, killing, injuring, as we... another people... quite so you didn't want to think of it you know....
Did you think of all those other people who would be killed, grandma?
Other people who would be killed?
Those who were killed later, with the winds.
The winds, child?
Yes, when the winds came.
As the winds came and blew down the houses, the screams of the people in the smaller places, then the winds growing stronger,
In the towns, up to the cities the screams now, do you hear the screams where you are grandma?
Do I hear them?
I don't know about that, child?
Do I want... It's not the same... a lot has happened since I passed on... passed from your world, my love.
Weren't you warned, grandma? I thought they were telling you?
I didn't listen, child.
What are we going to do, grandma? We are here in this underground shelter. They say the wind overhead has reached 600 kilometres an hour. It is tearing down everything, grandma. We are going to die, I think. We will be running out of food soon. There is little water.
I am so sorry, my love.
Why did you tear down the trees, grandma?
Brazil: Amazon rainforest deforestation rises sharply
Deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest has increased almost sixfold, new data suggests.
Satellite images show deforestation increased from 103 sq km in March and April 2010 to 593 sq km (229 sq miles) in the same period of 2011, Brazil's space research institute says.
Much of the destruction has been in Mato Grosso state, the centre of soya farming in Brazil.
The news comes shortly before a vote on new forest protection rules.
Brazilian Environment Minister Izabella Teixeira said the figures were 'alarming' and announced the setting up of a 'crisis cabinet' in response to the news.
"Our objective is to reduce deforestation by July," the minister told a news conference.
Analysts say the new figures have taken the government by surprise.
Last December, a government report said deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon had fallen to its lowest rate for 22 years.
However, the latest data shows a 27% jump in deforestation from August 2010 to April 2011.
The biggest rise was in Mato Grosso, which produces more than a quarter of Brazil's soybean harvest.
Some environmentalists argue that rising demand for soy and cattle is prompting farmers to clear more of their land.
But others see a direct link between the jump in deforestation and months of debate over easing an existing law on forest protection.
"You have 300-400 lawmakers here in Brasilia sending the message that profiting from deforestation will be amnestied, that crime pays," Marcio Astrini from Greenpeace told Reuters.
"The only relevant factor is the Forest Code. It is a gigantic rise."
The Chamber of Deputies has delayed voting on the Forest Code amid at times acrimonious argument but could consider the issue again next week.
The Forest Code, enacted in 1934 and subsequently amended in 1965, sets out how much of his land a farmer can deforest.
Regulations currently require that 80% of a landholding in the Amazon remain forest, 20% in other areas.
Proponents of change say the law impedes economic development and contend that Brazil must open more land for agriculture.
However, opponents fear that in their current form some of the proposed changes might give farmers a form of amnesty for deforested land.
The changes were put forward by Aldo Rebelo, leader of Brazil's Communist Party (PCdoB) and backed by a group in Congress known as the 'ruralists' who want Brazil to develop its agribusiness sector.
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Ozone (Dobson units)
110 220 330 440 550
Arctic ozone levels March 19 2011 and March 19 2010
|Arctic ozone layer at lowest recorded levels March 2011|
extending into April 2011
March 31st 2011 Arctic ozone depletion in the stratosphere had been destroyed by 40 percent.
The previous record of Arctic ozone depletion in winter was 30 percent.
Reduction of ozone in both the Arctic and Austral winters is a natural event due to the cooling of the stratosphere and other factors such as long-wave emissions.
Heat emmisions rising from Earth if prevented from reaching the stratosphere due to gasses in the troposhere cause the band of ozone within the stratosphere to cool more severly.
This cooling destroys more ozone and prevents ozone from rebuilding.
In recent years ozone destroying chemicals from Earth reaching the ozone layer in the stratosphere has also played a role.
These varied factors are detailed below.
Cold Arctic winters has on average about 25% ozone depletion.
Cold Antarctic winters has seen 55% ozone depleted in recent years, the largest depletion recorded in September 2006 where 40 million tonnes of ozone were lost.
Previous to that loss record was the year 2000 where 39 million tonnes of ozone were lost.
Loss of ozone allows more ultraviolet-B rays from the Sun into the troposphere.
Ultraviolet-B rays have been linked to increased rates of skin cancer in humans and other mammals, increased cataracts and damage to the immune system.
The thinning of ozone in the Southern Hemisphere has affected such countries as Australia, New Zealand, the islands near the Antarctic and the countries at the southern portion of South America.
This extent of loss of ozone in the 2011 Arctic winter and early spring means more caution is needed by people in countries bordering the Arctic and even in such countries as the UK.
Caution such as wearing sunglasses that prevent Ultraviolet-B rays from reaching the eyes.
And so it creeps
April 23, 2013
Corexit, Oil Dispersant Used By BP, Is Destroying Gulf Marine Life, Scientists Say
In April 2012, Louisiana State University’s Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences was finding lesions and grotesque deformities in sea lifeincluding millions of shrimp with no eyes and crabs without eyes or clawspossibly linked to oil and dispersants.
EcoRigs divers took water and marine life samples at several locations in the months following the blowout.
Now, they and countless other Gulf residents are sick, with symptoms resembling something from a sci-fi horror film, including bleeding from the nose, ears, breasts, and even anus.
Others complain of cognitive damage, including what one man calls getting “stuck stupid,” when he temporarily cannot move or speak, but can still hear
EcoRigs founder Steve Kolian'a] team has done studies of their own to alarming results.
“We recently submitted a paper showing levels of hydrocarbons in seafood were up to 3,000 times higher than safety thresholds for human consumption.”
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NOAA: US Experienced Warmest 12-Month Period Since Records Began 117 Years
Common Dreams staff
|Newest monthly climate report shows 12-month period and year-to-date periods warmest since recordkeeping began
The U.S. has experienced the warmest 12-month period since recordkeeping began in 1895, according to the newest monthly 'State of the Climate' report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The NOAA reports that in the period from May 2011 to April 2012 the nationally-averaged temperature 2.8°F above the 1901-2000 long-term average.
The first four months of the year were 5.4°F above the long-term average, also the warmest such period since recordkeeping began.
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Gulf of Mexico Sea Floor Fractured
Oil and gas still seeping unabated
The Gulf of Mexico disaster has not gone away.
In fact, it has grown exponentially since the main stream media stopped talking about it.
According to the Gulf Rescue Alliance, an organization composed of scientists, medical professionals and seafood industry professionals, among others, the problem cannot be simplified to the damage already caused by the oil spill.
It is worse, much worse.
And so it all continues to unfold:
The Gulf oil toxicity now unmanageable in its malignancy
The Gulf stream chaos such that all Europe to be affected
Repeated ever larger Earth movements, seismic energy release, volcanic activity, due to human created oil extraction, HAARP, CERN type activity
Genetically modified 'food' products continue to expand with their slow acting poison to surrounding plant life, animal life, and human body existence
World financial disorder to the extent never before known
What did I miss?
Evil at every level!
One cannot read this stuff without understanding that at every level evil has now become so pervasive!
Humans doing to others so that a purchase of another mansion is obtained, another painting, another elite car!
Judges who should know better, judges brought out of retirement, judges aiding in every devious way the criminal system 'legal' and none!
Why? God knows! Why? I do not know why? But I propose an answer!
Why do human entities do these things to each other!
There is no answer but evil, the inculcation of a nation, of a world, into the depravity of hurt!
This no longer is the despoilation of a population of Okies!
This is the stealing of souls the perverted judges' souls, the perverted elite financial criminals' souls, and then from their acts the police agents from all levels of 'government' who enforce such crimes, to take their souls.
Ultimately the intent is to take the souls of all!
Ultimately the intent is to take the souls of all!
The granaries were full and the children of the poor grew up rachitic, and the pustules of pellagra swelled on their sides.
The great companies did not know that the line between hunger and anger is a thin line.
And money that might have gone to wages went for... guns, for agents and spies, for blacklists....
And the migrants streamed in on the highways and their hunger was in their eyes, and the need was in their eyes.
They had no argument, no system, nothing but their numbers and their needs.
When there was work for a man, ten men fought for it fought for a low wage.
If that fella'll work for thirty cents, I'll work for twenty-five.
If he'll take twenty-five, I'll do it for twenty.
No, me, I'm hungry. I'll work for fifteen. I'll work for food.
The kids. You ought to see them. Little boils, like comin' out, an' they can't run aroun'. Give 'em some windfall fruit, an' they bloated up. Me. I'll work for a little piece of meat.
And this was good, for wages went down and prices stayed up.
The great owners were glad and they sent out more handbills to bring more people in.
And wages went down and prices stayed up.
And pretty soon now we'll have serfs again.
And now the great owners and the companies invented a new method.
A great owner bought a cannery.
And when the peaches and the pears were ripe he cut the price of fruit below the cost of raising it.
And as cannery owner he paid himself a low price for the fruit and kept the price of canned goods up and took his profit.
And the little farmers who owned no canneries lost their farms, and they were taken by the great owners, the banks, and the companies who also owned the canneries.
As time went on, there were fewer farms.
The little farmers moved into town for a while and exhausted their credit, exhausted their friends, their relatives.
And then they too went on the highways.
And the roads were crowded with men ravenous for work, murderous to work.
Obama's legacy Gulf
Collusion with BP
From The Gulf Stream To The Bloodstream - THE VIDEO BP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE!
The Gulf Loop is the current that loops up, to the right of the middle of the Gulf of Mexico then drops down to the left of Florida where it then passes below Florida into the Atlantic, where it contributes to the Gulf Stream, which passes up the east coast of the United States and Canada.
Gulf loop stalled July 28, 2010
The concern now is whether natural processes can re-establish the stalled Loop Current