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"I will be merciful if you stop your evil thoughts and deeds."
Jeremiah 7:5

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Fires, droughts and hurricanes:
The link between climate change and natural disasters?

Ice cores indicate even higher methane emissions

Why Climate "Alarmists" Should Not Be Ignored

Scientific Study Predicts Global
Mass Extinction Event Possible by 2100

Our solar system is unusual and unique. The discovery of at least 120 other solar systems that have been found have big gassy planets circling too close to their stars to allow them to be like our solar system. If the discovered systems prove representative of all systems then Earth like planets are very rare.

Andrew Marshall, the director of the Office of Net Assessment, the father of 'Star Wars' and the Pentagon graybeard expert on future strategic threats, was commissioned by Richard Milhous Nixon "to weigh the military balance in specific areas, determine what the important long term trends are, and to highlight existing or emergent problem areas, or important opportunities that deserve attention to improve the future American position in the continuing global military-economic-political competition."

A report commissioned by Andrew Marshall describes the disasters that would occur if the climate shifted abruptly in a decade or two, as happened some 12,000 years ago. The climate model used in the movie The Day After Tomorrow is based on the climate model portrayed in this report.

According to this climate scenario, most of Holland and Bangladesh would be submerged by violent storms and rising oceans. Northern Europe would freeze because of disruptions to the Gulf Stream currents. Millions of environmental refugees would gather at the frontiers of the developed world, driven by wars, famines, and floods. Nuclear conflict, continental droughts, and widespread rioting would erupt across the face of the Earth. Nations would be forced to expand their military power to defend dwindling food, water, and energy supplies. The report paints an image of America as a giant gated community insulating itself from an Earth it helped create, isolated and despised by its angry, jealous neighbors.

Although this outcome is presented as a worst-case scenario the report suggests climate change should be elevated beyond a debate over reality to a American national security concern.

Human activity has significantly altered the Earth's atmosphere.

Americans need to take seriously the implications of global warming and act decisively to stop what could turn into all out climatic mayhem.

Americans do not need to remain on our self-destructive course.



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obvious, trite or dull

drearily commonplace and often predictable

repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse



crisis ? what crisis ?

the evil of banality threatens us all

"Anyone who thinks the human race does not have a powerful impact on the environment and climate definitely has their head in the sand." - Bill Patzert

"The climate crisis stems from our absurd attitude that maintaining a wasteful, inefficient, unsustainable, immoral lifestyle is good for us, something to which we are entitled." - Mike F. Foster

"Recent years have shown that shifts in rainfall can bring down governments and even set off wars. The African Sahel, just south of the Sahara, provides a dramatic and poignant demonstration. The deadly carnage in Darfur, Sudan, for example, which is almost always discussed in political and military terms, has roots in an ecological crisis directly arising from climate shocks." - Jeffrey Sachs

"Climate change is happening now, and it's actually beginning to affect our lives. It's not just happening in the Arctic regions, but it's beginning to show up in our own backyards." - Thomas R. Karl, director of the National Climatic Data Center at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, June 16, 2009

"The observed increase in greenhouse gas levels, due to human production, is the only explanation we can find to account for what has happened to our world. We've dusted for fingerprints. There's only one likely suspect remaining. It's us." - Katharine Hayhoe & Andrew Farley

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What if America's Leaders Actually Want Catastrophic Climate Change?

Svante Arrhenius, a Swedish physical chemist and future Nobel laureate, published his paper on the greenhouse effect. The paper documents Arrhenius' experimental verification of the ability of what was called 'carbonic acid" – carbon dioxide – to trap heat near Earth's surface.

Svante Arrhenius wrote Worlds in the Making in 1908 directed at a general audience. Svante Arrhenius predicted that the human emission of CO2 would be strong enough to prevent the world from entering a new ice age, and that a warmer earth would be needed to feed the rapidly increasing population. Unfortunately now we know that the increase heat and carbon dioxide actually retards plant growth.

Svante Arrhenius' greenhouse law:

If the quantity of carbonic acid increases in geometric progression, the augmentation of the temperature will increase nearly in arithmetic progression.

This natural law is based on the Stefan-Boltzmann natural law.





The United Nations sponsored intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has reconfirmed the basic accuracy of Svante Arrhenius' calculations. Before the industrial age and extensive use of fossil fuels the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere was about 280 parts per million. Average readings at the 11,141 foot Mauna Loa Observatory, where carbon dioxide density peaks each northern winter hovered around 379 parts per million on March 19, 2004 compared with about 376 parts per million a year before. In early spring 2008 carbon dioxide levels 385 parts per million.

August 2016: 402.25 ppm

That year-to-year increase of about 3 parts per million is considerably higher than the average annual increase of 1.8 parts per million over the last decade and markedly more accelerated than the 1-part-per-million annual increase recorded a half-century ago, when observations were first made at Mauna Loa Observatory.

Even as evidence of ongoing global warming grows the fossil fuel industry tries ever harder to convince the victims that global climate change is in their best interest while continuing to devastate planetary ecosystems and traditional ways of life.

"I was shot by Nigerian soldiers paid for by Chevron Nigeria Ltd., a subsidiary of Chevron. I was standing on a drilling platform in the Niger Delta run by Chevron Nigeria Ltd. More than 100 unarmed villagers joined me there to protest the loss of our fish, our clean water and our trees because of Chevron's petroleum production activities in our region, and to protest the loss of our traditional ways of supporting ourselves as a result of these activities. Chevron Nigeria Ltd. paid for, transported and supervised the Nigerian military and police forces that responded to our protests. They opened fire on us without warning!

The villagers who live near these petroleum facilities are desperately poor. Most of our villages have no electricity, many are reachable only by boat. These communities survive on subsistence fishing and farming that has been destroyed by Chevron's dredging and drilling. We villagers seek basic environmental reparations and support, like hospitals, scholarships and jobs to replace the fishing and farming we've lost. In all of 2007, Chevron spent less than one day's profits providing support to the communities it destroys in Africa." - Larry Bowoto



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Global Warming Natural Cycle

1981 Fossil fuel industry learns that burning fossil fuel is causing global warming.

Former Exxon Employee Says Company Considered Climate Risks as Early as 1981.

2003 One of the deadliest weather phenomena in the past century occurred in the summer there were more than 19,000 deaths attributed to the heat. It was the hottest summer in Europe in 500 years, according to an analysis of temperatures dating back to 1500. Record temperatures were recorded in most of the major cities of Europe with many readings of more than 100 degrees.

"When you consider Europe as a whole, it was by far the hottest summer," said Jurg Luterbacher, climatologist University of Bern, Switzerland

Jurg said increased temperatures were not limited to summer in Europe; winters also have been warmer than the historical record. In the study, Luterbacher and his team analyzed the temperature history of Europe starting in 1500 to the present. For the earliest part of the half millennium, the temperatures are estimates based on proxy measures, such as tree rings and soil cores. After about 1750, he said, instrumented readings became generally available throughout Europe.

2005 Philip Cooney, petroleum industry lobbyist who edited government reports on climate change by questioning the science and significance of studies and projections as chief of staff for George Walker Bush Council on Environmental Quality, returns to the private sector as an employee of ExxonMobil.



2007 Polluters pump at least 24,126,416,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the environment. The US and its territories were responsible for 5.8 billion metric tons, more than China (3.3 billion), Russia (1.4 billion) and India (1.2 billion) combined

2008 The petroleum and coal industries spent $427 million in the first six months in political contributions, lobbying expenditures and advertising to oppose climate action.

2009 Center for Public Integrity estimates that "more than 770 companies and interest groups hired an estimated 2,340 lobbyists to influence federal policy on climate change in the past year." The Center for Public Integrity calculates that the climate change-driven boom has resulted in "an increase of more than 300 percent in the number of lobbyists on climate change in just five years, and means that Washington can now boast more than four climate lobbyists for every member of Congress. - 02/25/09

"Scientists seem to have systematically underestimated just how delicate the balance of the planet's physical systems really is. That rise of 1 degree has seriously perturbed hydrological cycles: Because warm air holds more water vapor than cold air does, both droughts and floods are increasing dramatically. Coral reefs are dying, and so are vast stretches of forest. None of that is going to stop, even if we do everything right from here on out. Given the time lag between when we emit carbon and when the air heats up, we're already guaranteed at least another degree of warming. The only question now is whether we're going to hold off catastrophe. It won't be easy, because the scientific consensus calls for roughly 5 degrees more warming this century unless we do just about everything right. And if our behavior up until now is any indication, we won't." - Bill McKibben

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polar ice caps

What Exxon knew about the Earth's melting Arctic

An ice shelf core about two miles long - drilled in Antarctica - shows that at no time in the last 650,000 years have levels of the greenhouse gases carbon dioxide and methane been as high as they are today.

The research, published in a 2005 issue of the journal Science, describes the content of the greenhouse gases within the core and shows that carbon dioxide levels today are 27% higher than they have been at any time in the last 650,000 years and levels of methane are 130% higher.

"Anyone counting on an ice age to head off global warming or hoping to justify human greenhouse gas emissions to head off the next ice age, will find no comfort in the ice core record." - Richard Alley, Penn State University geophysicist and ice core analysis expert.

Once-stable Antarctic glaciers suddenly started melting

2002 Larsen B ice shelf in Antarctic breaks up. Antarctic glaciers in the region are flowing at up to eight times their previous flow rate. The breakup of the Larsen B ice shelf left the glacial flow into Antarctica's Wendell Sea unimpeded.

2005 About 288,000 square miles of perennial Arctic ice shelf is lost between September 2004 and September 2005 - 14% overall and 50% of the east Arctic Ocean.

The reduction of sea ice is making it more difficult for the polar bear to survive as polar bears are dependent on the seals for sustenance and use sea ice as a platform from which to hunt the seals.

2007 Northwest Passage becomes navigable. National Snow and Ice Data Center reported that satellite measurements showed a reduction of the sea ice to less than 2.02 million miles - down 386,100 square miles from the previous low in September 2005. At current rates Mark Serreze, a senior research scientist, predicts the sea ice could be gone as soon as 2030.


2008 Northwest and Northeast passages are open. Computer models predicted this would happen sometime late in the 21st century. Melting Arctic ice is unsettling not only because it proves the planet is warming rapidly, but also because it will help speed up the warming. White ice reflects 80 percent of incoming solar radiation back to space; blue water absorbs 80 percent of that sunshine.

International shipping corporations ordered 152 reinforced hull ships to ply the newly opened Northwest Passage at a cost of $100 million per ship - a $15 billion investment.

160 square mile ice chunk breaks off the Wilkins Ice Shelf in Antarctica.

Arctic ambition: The race to sail Northwest Passage heats up

2009 Two 12,700-ton ships, the Beluga Fraternity and Beluga Foresight, accompanied by Russian nuclear icebreakers encounter only scattered ice floes in the first trip through the Arctic Ocean from Korea to Rotterdam by commercial vessels.

The passage around the northernmost tip of Siberia, the Vilkitsky Strait, ice covered about half the sea.

"It is global warming that enabled us to think about using that route." - Verena Beckhusen, Beluga Group spokeswoman

From Yokohama, Japan, to Rotterdam via the Northeast Passage, Europe-Asia Trans Siberian Passage or Northern Sea Route is about 4,450 miles shorter than the Suez Canal route.

"We are all very proud and delighted to be the first shipping incorporation which has successfully transited the legendary Northeast Passage and delivered the sensitive cargo safely through this extraordinarily demanding sea area." - Neils Stolberg, Beluga Group president, September 10, 2009

2017 A 5,800-square kilometre (2,200-square mile) section of Larsen C (ice shelf), larger than the State of Delaware with twice the volume as Lake Erie about 350 metres (1,100 feet) thick, broke away. The Larsen C ice shelf lost more than 12% of its total surface area.


permafrost

As northern permafrost thaws huge amounts of methane long trapped below the ice begin to escape into the atmosphere; methane is an even more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

walrus

6,000 or more walruses congregated on Alaska's shore in the fall of 2007.

3,500 walruses were near Icy Cape on the Chukchi Sea, some 140 miles southwest of Barrow in the fall of 2009. Federal wildlife researchers from the US Geological Survey spotted up to 200 walrus calf carcasses near Icy Cape.

"This is actually all new. They did this in 2007, and it's a result of the sea ice retreating off the continental shelf." - Chad Jay, a US Geological Survey walrus researcher

The US Fish and Wildlife Service announced that a petition presented by the Center for Biological Diversity provided substantial information that listing the walrus as threatened or endangered was warranted.




STOP GLOBAL WARMING

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The basic changes needed to effectively limit global warming would necessarily entail a tremendous amount of hands on labor, providing meaningful, community based employment in areas such as the reconstruction and retrofitting of buildings for energy efficiency and solar power, the reforestation and redesign of cities, the accelerated development of high mileage cars, the nurturing of sustainable local agriculture, the construction of interlinked public transportation systems and high speed rail networks and intensive development of renewable energy sources.

"Everything is interconnected. (Just look at Google Earth.) Everyone everywhere is affected by global warming." - Robin Schlevink

The transition to an ecologically benign civilization, proceeding industry by industry, building by building and tree by tree, is beginning to improve the material circumstances of some by reducing economic disparity.

"The average American would probably take it as a badge of pride that he's less interested in rational debate than his European counterpart, and therein lies the problem. America has cornered the market on blissful ignorance." - John Wolfenden


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