Global Warming

Global Warming has come to be a hotly contested issue. Are there valid concerns that we should consider, or is Global Warming just the latest manufactured crisis to cash in on the public’s fears and generate new support for global governance, global carbon taxes and other oppressive policies?

On November 20, 2008 Ron Paul said in a New York Times / Freakonomics interview:

“I try to look at global warming the same way I look at all other serious issues: as objectively and open-minded as possible. There is clear evidence that the temperatures in some parts of the globe are rising, but temperatures are cooling in other parts. The average surface temperature had risen for several decades, but it fell back substantially in the past few years.

Clearly there is something afoot. The question is: Is the upward fluctuation in temperature man-made or part of a natural phenomenon. Geological records indicate that in the 12th century, Earth experienced a warming period during which Greenland was literally green and served as rich farmland for Nordic peoples. There was then a mini ice age, the polar ice caps grew, and the once-thriving population of Greenland was virtually wiped out.

It is clear that the earth experiences natural cycles in temperature. However, science shows that human activity probably does play a role in stimulating the current fluctuations.

The question is: how much? Rather than taking a “sky is falling” approach, I think there are common-sense steps we can take to cut emissions and preserve our environment. I am, after all, a conservative and seek to conserve not just American traditions and our Constitution, but our natural resources as well.

We should start by ending subsidies for oil companies. And we should never, ever go to war to protect our perceived oil interests. If oil were allowed to rise to its natural price, there would be tremendous market incentives to find alternate sources of energy. At the same time, I can’t support government “investment” in alternative sources either, for this is not investment at all.

Government cannot invest, it can only redistribute resources. Just look at the mess government created with ethanol. Congress decided that we needed more biofuels, and the best choice was ethanol from corn. So we subsidized corn farmers at the expense of others, and investment in other types of renewables was crowded out.

Now it turns out that corn ethanol is inefficient, and it actually takes more energy to produce the fuel than you get when you burn it. The most efficient ethanol may come from hemp, but hemp production is illegal and there has been little progress on hemp ethanol. And on top of that, corn is now going into our gas tanks instead of onto our tables or feeding our livestock or dairy cows; so food prices have been driven up. This is what happens when we allow government to make choices instead of the market; I hope we avoid those mistakes moving forward.”

After additional consideration and analysis and shortly before the release of the Climategate emails in late 2009, Ron Paul identified the artificial panic around Global Warming as an elaborate hoax:

“The greatest hoax I think that has been around for many, many years if not hundreds of years has been this hoax on […] global warming.” – Ron Paul on Fox Business, Nov. 4, 2009

“[The Copenhagen treaty on climate change] can’t help the economy. It has to hurt the economy and it can’t possibly help the environment because they’re totally off track on that. It might turn out to be one of the biggest hoaxes of all history, this whole global warming terrorism that they’ve been using, but we’ll have to just wait and see, but it cannot be helpful. It’s going to hurt everybody.” – Ron Paul on the Alex Jones Show, Nov. 5, 2009

For an environmental insider’s view on the “Green Agenda” and its background and motivations check out The Green Agenda. Also read Lew Rockwell’s Anti-Environmentalist Manifesto.

  • Andrew

    Would you care to provide us with links to sites and books that prove you sayings about this man?


  • Pistol

    There is a solution to all our energy problems and it was first created over 100 yrs ago. The name of this genius was Nicola Tesla. He is the real electrical pioneer, not T Edison, who was a liar and a thief, (to put it kindly). Edison was just another illuminati frontman, used to discredit Tesla and prevent Tesla creating a free, unlimited, environmentally friendly solution to all our energy and communication needs. Tesla had planned and started building a gigantic tower that would wirelessly and safely power the entire globe (this is fact not fiction) until the financier, JP Morgan discovered Tesla’s plans and ceased funding the operation ( due to the effect this would have on special interests groups plans for centralization of power and globalization). Tesla was an electrical genius unparralled even today. His discoveries were and still are greatly hidden from the public. There is much to learn from this man, and the fat-controllers of this planet know this all too well. Do some research on this man and we will find a healthy, eternal solution to many of our dilemmas.

  • Fluidly Unsure

    About green tech and saving the day:

  • fluidly unsure

    We are not all “self-absorbed idiots”. Don’t try to paint everybody here with the same brush that you use on me. It’s not sanitary.

    If I thought the argument was truly about the “safety of the world” I wouldn’t be hesitant to agree with you.

    While my facts and my reasoning may be flawed, I cannot “believe” until I see where those flaws exist. If anything, I need to go a step or two further than many. Please be patient, if you are correct I will get there. If you say “but time is running out” then my response is “no- I don’t believe”. This is the same argument I have with many “religious” evangelicals, telemarketers, and store coupons.

    It would be immoral for me to react if I believed that reacting would be our only chance for a positive result. But if I question whether the reaction would have the results that are claimed, it would be immoral of me to react. Deciding to react or not without thinking about it is ultimate immorality. Since the reaction involves how people are governed, it is a political question.

    I don’t think we “know everything … about anthropogenic greenhouse gasses …”, just that I don’t buy into the idea that the current strain of “experts” have the answer. Claims that they alone can know makes me be even more skeptical. I find “Keepers of the gate” arguments to be something to reject immediately.

    I know I am an idiot, but I don’t know of anybody who isn’t. In some way or another, we are all idiots and we are all geniuses in another. The big question is which our 15 minute time slot will focus on.

    • Pete

      It’s not that they alone can know. If you go back to college and get a PhD in climate sciences, you’ll be as qualified as anyone to speak. Do I tell you how to program computers?

      The reason there is so little disagreement within the scientific community about this, the reason that 99% or so of all scientists agree on this matter, is that it is extremely elementary climate science that can be proved at home. Keep breathing in and out of a paper bag, and you will eventually die. Case closed. It’s as if I told you that I think your method of writing Hello World is totally flawed.

    • fluidly unsure

      Oops, I meant that it would be “immoral of me to NOT react if I believe” and “immoral of me to REACT if I don’t believe”.

      • Sean

        whos telling you to react? why don’t you just let the educated people do their jobs and not let it turn into a stupid argument. Who cares if you believe or not in global warming. Do you think the people who don’t believe in god argue against the church?

        • Fluidly Unsure

          Oops, my bad. Instead of “react”, I should have said “think”. Why are people attacking me as an “uneducated” and calling me a “self-absorbed idiot” for daring to think for myself? You seem to be upset because I’m opining here on a public forum? OMG, I guess I’ll have to conform and start eating the green wafers that Al Gore is force feeding us.

          I would have no problem letting college grads “do their jobs” if they could do it without my money, my support, or my agreement. So far that hasn’t been the case.

          It’s not whether or not someone is “educated” but by whom. I don’t value an education because of its affiliation with the standard academia anymore than I value a politician because of his/her affiliation with a standard party.

          Sometimes people who “don’t believe in God” argue against the church and sometimes we argue for the church. Sometimes people who “don’t believe” that climate change is bad (or is man-made) will argue for “green technologies” and sometimes we argue against it. I only know of a few “atheists” that “don’t believe in God” at all. What is called an atheist by most is usually a “soft atheist” or “agnostic” who simply doesn’t believe in the Xtian view of God or worship. Actually, according to some Islam leaders, all Xtians are atheists.

          I would write more about this but there might not be enough space on the “The New Tailor Made Servers” in Dallas, 2TB is clearly not enough. I’ll write about religion once this site uses ECC like Amazon’s.

          • Sean

            i’m not religious. i don’t care to hear your perception of god… you don’t have an opinion that matters and the college will take your money regardless what opinion you have. Go ahead and talk your head off about something you dont understand.. I really dont care.

          • Pete

            … but you DO trust an education in opposition to the standard academic position. Which is exactly the same, but paranoid.

            If you didn’t trust it, you would have become a climate scientist yourself. And in the process, you might have learned enough about chemistry and biology to realize the opposition to this theory is ridiculous in the extreme.

          • Pete

            2+2 does not equal 5, even if the right-wing media conspiracy theorists tell you it does.

  • sean

    This is so outragous. how can you argue against the safety of the world for future generations to come. This is a moral issue, not a political one.. I guess we shouldn’t listen to scientists because we know everything about the anthropogenic
    greenhouse gasses and the clausius clapeyron relation. You all are self absorbed idiots.

    • Andrew

      Some scientists oppose the lie of Global Warming, but because of this the scientific and political liberal elites ruin their lives and their jobs.

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    • Fluidly Unsure

      I think I might have seen him once or twice 🙂

      The second time was a really mistake.

  • Dfens

    Damn those liberals and their so called “global warming”! Conservatives should be happy to increase our trade deficit by buying oil from countries who hate us. Conservatives need to stand together to send money to countries that turn around and use that money to kill our troops. It’s the only patriotic thing to do!

    • Fluidly Unsure

      Are you aware that there are different kinds of conservatives? Not all want war.

      Are you aware that some are even closer to many “liberal” ideas than the current thread of “left leaning” pundits?

  • Pete

    > It doesn’t matter if the problem is beyond man’s control?

    Whether we are causing it, in whole or in part, or we are not, it may be within our power to save ourselves. “Trust God, but wear your seatbelt.”

    >How can we avoid a problem that will occur whether we are
    >extinct or not?

    That doesn’t make sense. We are going extinct in this case because we failed to react to the threat in a rational, God-fearing way.

    >Are you suggesting we manipulate nature to our desires like the
    >desire to live longer?

    We already are manipulating nature to meet our desires. We take its resources to give ourselves the nice things we want. I am suggesting we stop being so childish about what we “want” and focus on what we need. Adults have adult concepts about utilizing resources.

    My information comes from climate scientists, whose understanding of the climate and the physical universe exceeds the weight of your amateur speculation in my opinion.

    >Maybe the roads leading to the cliff are like the roads on the side of a mountain where it seems that you are going off the road until the vehicle turns.<

    What roads? What makes you think we are on a marked road? We are proceeding into a wilderness, without marked terrain, without an example to go by. Those with the equipment and understanding to look ahead (unless you don’t believe in technology?) are saying we are going off the cliff. Why should I listen to your random optimism? “No, that’s not a cliff, let’s just gun it for our own enjoyment.”

    • Fluidly Unsure

      This pissing contest has been going on for decades now. Oh well, here we go again:

      1) I see nothing wrong with “wearing a seat belt” when it is clearly needed. But when it is needed is in question, not whether or not is should be worn at all.

      2) I don’t think God is to be feared and reacting to man’s word that he/she/it must be feared is not rational. But then you are not the first street corner prophets to tell me I will burn someplace. What’s the difference?

      3) A minimalistic approach would solve many problems, including the current economic one. But maybe the problem isn’t my failing to react, but the green evangelists failing to make logical arguments beyond shouting previously repeated death threats.

      4) Usually, I have more trust in “amateur speculation” than the speculation of a bunch of elitists who are busy patting themselves on the back and take that pat to be accreditation of their professionalism. Many of the greatest scientists in history all bucked the model others bowed-down to.

      5) Your argument will be weighted the same whether you claim it comes from God, university graduates, or a layman. We both are using information from sources we accept and the other probably doesn’t. Claiming one is unquestionably right because their choice of sources is just a strawman that is commonly used to hide a weak argument.

      6) I was referring to the analogy you previously set up (“while our ‘leaders’ drive the bus off the cliff”).

      7) I never said we should “gun it”– literally or otherwise. I was saying I would not react with guilt, shame, and panic as others claim I should.

      One thing is clear, the materialistic life we’ve been living recently has unpleasant consequences. So why don’t we agree to live in a more minimalist/pragmatic way and agree to disagree on the details?

      • Pete

        If I claimed that gravity doesn’t apply to pets, and decided to use your pets to demonstrate off a tall building, and cited my source as “some guy with a grudge against nerds who goes to my church,” how would you feel about that?

        You seriously prefer the speculation of people without education in the field to the well-honed opinions of experts with post-graduate education and understanding? People with decades of real, mathematical experience to people who are just guessing based on their preferences? That’s bizarre. You wouldn’t prefer the car-designing abilities of a small child to those of a mechanical engineer. How is this any different?

        • Fluidly Unsure

          Speculation is speculation and is probably done better by people “outside the box” who aren’t inundated with the bias’ promoted by institutions.

          However, car engineering is a very different beast and is more grounded in displayable skills and practical knowledge. But remember that it is a much easier job than that of the mechanic who has to keep the cars running. Unfortunately, a mechanic has to put up with the mistakes made in the name of engineering.

          These scare tactics aren’t going to work and shouldn’t be used when there is an alternative. I’m not going to be shamed, scared, or panicked into acting. My standard reaction to that kind of sales pitch is “I’m not interested, please have a good day.”

          BTW: I don’t think I ever advocated anything even remotely analogous to throwing someone off of a tall building. If I am wrong in my views here, I would suffer the consequences also.

          • Pete

            No, other people’s children would suffer the consequences. You are throwing my children off the cliff.

            Mechanical engineering is not a “much easier” job than being a car mechanic. You have to go through eight years of very complicated Math and Science to be a mechanical engineer, and that’s just to get started.

            What advantage do I gain by trying to scare you? What am I selling? I reap no benefit here.

            Really, I don’t get the sense that continuing to talk to you is worth my time; you’re not an ‘outside the box’ thinker yourself. You’ve already decided.

          • Pete

            I know you’ll say, “You’ve already made up YOUR mind.” But that’s not strictly true. If someone I had any reason to trust presented me convincing evidence to contradict everything I’ve ever heard from a qualified source, I would be the first to admit I was wrong.

            What I mean is that you’ve already decided that scientists are untrustworthy. But science is built around the concept that other people HAVE to double-check your results, and continuous improvement of the theory is the underlying responsibility and duty scientists are just nerdy and nice enough to spend their whole lives tied to their labs pursuing, without so much as a beer. If you’d rather get your science from random people on the street than trained experts who actually CHOOSE to do hard science and math all the time, their whole lives, for the public good, then that’s very strange to me, and I’m just going to walk away.

      • Pete

        Ooops, I said part of that backward. It should be “People who are just guessing based on their preferences to people with decades of real, mathematical experience?”

        • Fluidly Unsure

          The only people with “mathematical experience” are cashiers and farmers. The rest of us is just guessing.

          You seem to want to give extra weight to sophisticated tools. I don’t care if you use an abacus, a slide ruler, an HP-12c, or an IBM370, it is no less than guessing and all are prone to human errors. The least accurate is using someone else’s mind.

          Even discreet mathematics which claims to be pure is useless unless it is converted to decimal based numbers which allows mistakes and wrong estimations to creep in even when the logic is “correct”.

          • Pete

            If you think cashiers have mathematical experience, but don’t understand that scientists have MUCH more, I don’t know what to tell you.

            Mathematical modelling of complex systems is a science, and an art, and one in which you have much less experience than the people you’re claiming to correct. Gravity is only a “theory” as well.

          • Fluidly Unsure

            Being a professional computer programmer for over 25 years, I know how machines, simulations, and statistics are only as accurate as both the people that put them together and people who run them (garbage in, garbage out).

            I have a lot of respect for the scientific methodology but I don’t see it being used by “scientists” today. Instead I see scare tactics, dogma, demands that others accept their inferiority while complying to an elite authority. All the signs of an over inflated ego, a weak self-confidence, and a lack of logical conclusions exist.

            I’ll ignore the implication that I’m not good enough to be a RP supporter. Beside, computer programmers and system analysts (aka software engineers) are know to be … uh … different.

      • Pete

        Also, when I say we should fear God, I mean we should fear the physical consequences of our foolish actions in a physical universe with rules that we have chosen to ignore at our own peril, which were originally set in motion by God.

        • Fluidly Unsure

          So you have these rules enumerated?

          You are the authority of these rules and are justified in warning people when they are in peril of breaking those rules?

          I guess I was right when I thought that “green science” was being presented with the same arrogant enthusiasm as most religions are.

          • Pete

            That’s weird; I thought Ron Paul supporters generally understood the concept of fiscal responsibility and not spending more than you can repay. How is it that you believe spewing wastes into the air and water over the course of 200 years across the entire planet couldn’t have had any effect whatsoever? We reap what we sow.

          • Fluidly Unsure

            A need for fiscal responsibility? What are you talking about? Maybe the cost of cleaning the same mistakes nature makes (with the exception of heavy metals like the batteries used in electric cars)? Forcing people to pay for energy that hasn’t been proven to be inefficient (ethanol)? Or making people pay for the ill side effects of environmentalism (corn ethanol recently and possibly methane in the future)?

            When I was a kid, plastic bags could be reused so they were more “green” than paper bags, white sugar (sucrose) was more harmful than the simpler fruit sugar (fructose), and the waters were rising because glaciers were too cold and growing too fast. I made a fool of myself by buying into some of these “scientific” ideas. Do you wonder why I am skeptical this time around?

          • Pete

            I was drawing a parallel between debt and payment in a financial context and “spending” and “repayment” with respect to our resources and environment.

            And you’re not just being skeptical. I’m skeptical. You’re outright dismissing the opinion of literally quite nearly the entire scientific community without anything like proof or a superior argument. Where is the CO2 going? Why would it NOT be causing an increase in the greenhouse effect? I’m not buying it. I’ll get my climate science from professionals, thanks.

          • Fluidly Unsure

            Ok, I missed the debt/repayment parallel but that might be because I don’t see it as a debt. In my view repayment is desirable but unnecessary.

            Where is CO2 going? Probably the same place it came from. We are only recycling hydrates pulled from another place on the earth.

            I doubt if many have questioned whether the greenhouse effect exists or whether the earth is warmer some years than others. What I am questioning is the significance of man’s contribution, whether we could actually change anything, and whether or not we should destroy our way of living for the sake of a weather forecast.

            You and I use different sources for information. So be it. There are times to listen to one and not the other. Maybe I’ve got the time wrong, but I doubt it. Then there is the issue of whether or not a wall plaque combined with name dropping is the true sign of a professional– “I got my education at * university and have had my papers published in * magazine.”

          • Pete

            The significance or insignificance of man’s contribution matters not one whit, as I’ve already said. When your nation or your planet raises a call to arms, you do not sit there complaining about the hardship and refuse to answer. I consider this train of thought (party hearty, no point in trying to stop) to be treason on the part of the conservatives.

            Your comment about CO2 illustrates a fundamental misunderstanding of biology.

          • Fluidly Unsure

            I only have one thing to say about your comments about my “fundamental misunderstand of biology”. I think you mean my “fundamental disagreement with your conclusions” and my “refusal to narrow my views to one discipline (biology)”.

            My conclusions may be wrong and I may have some details wrong by your understanding, but I am not ignorant of the issues or of the sciences behind them.

            I also think it is unethical to not weigh a call to arms against our conscience and common sense. Wouldn’t it have been nice if the crusaders and nazi soldiers did the same?

            In another thread I said that we can agree on some points even if we disagree on others. I agree that green energy can be efficient and the minimalist in me says that reducing our “fingerprint” on earth is desirable. I disagree that we are in dire-straights and that we all must be forced to act as if we agree.

            Why don’t we work together to advance green technology? RP said it well:

            “I am, after all, a conservative and seek to conserve not just American traditions and our Constitution, but our natural resources as well.”

          • Pete

            If you think CO2 is being returned to the depths of the earth at the same rate we are pumping it out by some natural process, than I must insist that you pick up a biology textbook and get your facts straight.

            If your conscience doesn’t tell you it’s wrong to attempt to stop destroying the planet so we can have a big wing-ding for ourselves, and your common sense doesn’t tell you that pumping greenhouse gasses by the millions of tons per year into the air without any way to remove them would have an effect on the system, than I am at a loss.

            I fail to see how a temporary delay in our quality of life to buy ourselves time is in any way similar to killing all the world’s Jews or using violence to force a particular religion on others. This is a time for sacrifice, like World War II. I just don’t get where you’re coming from.

          • Fluidly Unsure

            Where did I say we were returning CO2 into the “depths of the earth”? Maybe you misunderstood my statement that CO2 would go to where it came from … nature. Nature will make use of the carbon and oxygen, c’est la vie.

            If I thought the earth was being imperiled by my actions, it wouldn’t be very conscientious of me to not do something about it. But what if I don’t swallow the first premise?

            “Time for sacrifice”? Is Al Gore a cross between the Sierra club and GWB? Will he use the powers as wisely as the previous administration did? *smirk*

            I’m glad to hear that you acknowledge that it is only a temporary delay of the inevitable. If we are at the crest of destruction without these actions, we are not far from destruction with these actions (assuming they are true). Like Greenspan, Gore’s actions will delay the inevitable and make the “bubble” even bigger and much more painful. To loosely reword RP; we must let the eco-system readjust.

            I wasn’t comparing Nazis/Crusaders to the system you are trying to sell to us. I did say that I feel I should question the “authorities” and that Nazi soldiers should have done the same thing. The comparison is not of their actions but of their lack of questioning those actions.

            Why are you ignoring my request that we agree to disagree? We can go on and on about our disagreements but we have enough agreements to end it here.

          • Pete

            CO2 is not being returned to nature, because it never left nature in the first place. Nature constitutes the entire system.

            CO2 is currently trapped in the biosphere. Plant life converts the carbon in CO2 into carbohydrates, and animals then convert it back into CO2 as they breathe out. Roughly speaking, the amount exiting mouths and the amount consumed by plants would have to be equal for the system to be in homeostasis. A mass extinction put the carbon deep under the ground in the form of carcasses that were never consumed, where it lay uninvolved in the biosphere until we struck oil. Pulling it up and releasing it creates a massive oversupply, while turning forests into cattle grazing diminishes demand. You are not correct that there is a drain on the system that can match the oversupply.

            You are also not correct that the bubble must burst. Scientists are hard at work trying to find ways to remove greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere. Massively reforesting the earth would also contribute enormously to this effort. We need time and money, but antiscience fools and evil businessmen, combined with the “woo-woo” tree-hugging hippy destruction of the reputation of intelligent environmentalism, have stalled the project to save life on Earth in its tracks.

            Your opposition to the concept of sacrifice would surely shame the many generations who preceded you, who gave up so much so that you could be so spoiled as to smirk at the very idea.

            What makes you think I haven’t questioned environmentalism? But the questions lead to extremely obvious conclusions. If you take out more than you put in, you run out. I’m not willing to agree to disagree; this is a public forum and I would prefer that you eventually admit your argument doesn’t hold water.

          • Pete

            Also, I didn’t say we were delaying the inevitable; I said we were delaying to buy ourselves time. If we learn to balance CO2 levels technologically – to perform medicine on the planet – we may be able to prevent extinction, whether it is cyclical, man-made, or man-accelerated. But these things take time and public buy-in.

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    Jesus Christ/YHVH”S phone number in Australia is: +61 394 352 120 YHVH allows you to do self defense in a time of Tyrany, you have the right to bear arms, to defend your families and the rest of humanity that you love, against the forces of the Fallen Angels/Satanists/Free Masons/Ashkenazi/Khazarian Empires. The 50 States in the USA and the Provinces of Canada need to secede now!. Some have already seceded viewn HCR 6 NH on You Tube. We need to decentralize the government, to escape the Tyrany and oppression. Google: 4647773, to find out how the U.S. Health Dept. and the U.S. Military created the AIDS virus Genocide, they also created Cancer. We need your help to spread the Word that Christ Jesus/YHVH is here on Earth, and to contribute money to the curing of humanity from the Satanists created deseases. Listen to online radio @ Read the books: “Is George Bush the Antichrist?” by R. Stephan Hanchett; “The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder” by Vincent Bugliosi.
    You Tube: illuminatis; HAARP; Chemtrails; ELF Towers; Wexler Impeachment Hearings, Dennis Kucinich Articles of Impeachment; Skull & Bones; Free Masons; Bilderberg Group; CFR,;Trilateral Commision; “The Antiterrorist” video series, look @ “The Corporation”; “Think Free: Bursting Bubbles”; FEMA Prison Camps; Martial Law, NWO.
    Internet:;, then type in apfn-apfnbcolony (how we never won the American Revolution). Don’t take any vaccinations, that is one method of how they spread diseases like Autism, Cancer, and AIDS. There will be an AVIAN Flu scare, do not take the vaccination, for it will reformulate your DNA, and kill you!

    DEPLOYED SOLDIERS, YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU @ HOME, WE THE PEOPLE NEED OUR FELLOW AMERICANS HERE TO DEFEND US AND OUR SOVEREIGNTY, FROM DOMESTIC TERRORISTS, our government is going to go against it’s people. YHVH gives you the right to defend yourself and the rest of Humanity that you love, you have the right to bear arms to protect yourself and others.

    Peace and Love, Pamela Johnson (Reincarnation of Mary Ruth, Sister of Jesus, Tribe of Judah, Teacher of the WAY) WAKE UP YOURSELF AND OTHERS, SPREAD THE WORD.

    • Eric

      This seems like a reasonable thing to post on a global warming discussion board…

      • Andrew


        Indeed … I believe in God and Jesus, even the Holy Spirit.

        But I also believe that Pamela Johnson is a little insane, if only because she posted it on the Ron Paul website.


    • Tyler

      You need serious help, for your own sake and for those around you take a visit to your local psychiatrist

    • KC

      I don’t even know what to say to that. If Jesus is here I don’t think he would be using Youtube to spread his message and its hard for me to believe his sister would be leaving comments on a Ron Paul website. Jesus can make miricles… so why didn’t your friend get Ron Paul elected as president and not Obama. Crap like this is what makes everybody else think we’re all crazy for thinking differently. I feel crazy for taking the time to read your post. It barely mad sense for starters and at this point… I’m lost for words…

  • fluidly unsure

    It doesn’t matter if the problem is beyond man’s control? How can we avoid a problem that will occur whether we are extinct or not?

    Are you suggesting we manipulate nature to our desires like the desire to live longer? Green “science” (I use the phrase liberally) seem to be saying the exact opposite.

    Aren’t the icecaps receding in the north but increasing in the south? Isn’t most ice in the south which would mean it would have a bigger impact on water temperatures?

    Isn’t the “greenhouse effect” based on the effect of both visible and invisible sun rays on our environment? It doesn’t seem reasonable to ignore the light that would not be blocked by clouds or the fact that what is blocked by the ozone layer is converted to heat below in the lower atmosphere. Maybe getting sun burn on a cloudy day is a modern phenomenon.

    How do we know what the temperature has been? We haven’t been recording temperatures for more than a couple hundred years, computer simulation is no more accurate than a video game, and the analysis of tree rings and fossils is almost a speculation.

    Why should we jump when it would not help steer the bus, there is still some possibility that the bus will break or turn. Maybe the roads leading to the cliff are like the roads on the side of a mountain where it seems that you are going off the road until the vehicle turns.

    The fact that the screamers are becoming a hegemon of doomsday profits doesn’t help their message. Suddenly, what is studied by science and how it is studied depends on the hidden agenda of the institute funding the studies. It looks like the outcome of the studies are already rigged and calling modern scientists a scientist is like calling a witch-doctor a doctor.

  • Pete

    It doesn’t matter what’s causing climate change. That’s a red herring. What matters is that it’s happening. Look at the ice caps. They’re going fast. The weather’s getting worse.

    CO2 traps light in the atmosphere; that’s science. There’s more CO2 in the atmosphere now than ever before by a wide margin; that’s science. So where’s the debate? Stop toeing the party line and admit the conservatives got this one wrong because it came from the hippies.

    If it were due to sun spot activity, the upper atmosphere, not the lower, would demonstrate the warming.

    So what do we do to avoid dying? Where’s your survival instinct? We do whatever it takes, we don’t just look the other way while our ‘leaders’ drive the bus off the cliff.

    • Jim Comorley

      Actually the warning came from Scientists.

    • Andrew

      Some parts of the ice caps are going. Some parts are growing. The media loves the glacier thats melting, but meanwhile the glacier next to it thats growing is oh sooooo lonely.


      As for the sun, look at a graph of Antarctica’s average temperatures. Compare it to a graph off CO2 emissions and sun spot activity both spanning over the same amount of years as the Antarctica temperature graph. You will see the truth.


      • Pete

        Think with your brain instead of drinking the anti-left kool-aid and YOU will see the truth. Where is the CO2 going? How is it not causing global warming? There are many less trees and much more CO2. No one’s saying there’s no sun spot effect; no one’s saying some glaciers aren’t growing. Some years the temperature might dip. Some years the oceans might lower. But the CO2 in the atmosphere is spiking through the roof, the drain for it is vanishing, and the planet WILL continue to get hotter. This is elementary, as in elementary school, stuff.

        The climate is a COMPLICATED system. The dramatic changes overall can create effects in the short term that even seem to contradict the presence of the effect. And yes, other variables like sunspots are at play. But the CO2 issue is NOT IN QUESTION. The doubters are “industry” scientists, like the tobacco scientists who claimed nicotine wasn’t addictive for forty years.

        • B Berry

          Appealing to logic doesn’t work well with some people; they don’t have or don’t seem to want the faculties for it. But take your point to the next level. The science can tell us a lot, but it is not strong enough to make bold predictions about much. At least climate science can’t. Logic however dictates exactly what you’ve written: Atmospheric [CO2] is increasing exponentially and there is no better explanation than for man’s hand to be at the root of it. Acknowledging this, I’d have to ask how anyone can know an increase in [CO2] would be deleterious for humanity. I understand the greenhouse effect, but I understand the complicated nature of the system that you allude to as well. Burke in Reflections on the French Revolution makes an anti-progressive argument which basically says that man is not God, not omniscient, and so we always have to be careful about pacing any change on a societal level. We aren’t as smart as we’d like to think we are so making a huge decision like resetting the economy which some people are so sure needs to be done, has to be viewed with equal skepticism that you seem to be applying to the tool you just replied to. I think we can agree there will be an effect, but whether the effect is positive, negative, or neutral… that’s where science consensus ends.

        • KC

          Wasn’t Al Gore the one serving the Kool-Aid.

  • Steve Matthews

    The earth appears to have had some warming and this is an observation based on science. The claim that the warming is caused by Greenhouse gases is a belief not an observation and not science. The claim that man is the principle cause of increased greenhouse gases is partially observable because man is releasing C02 but not complete science because the total population of greenhouse gas and the amount created by man is only a belief.
    Today, claims about what is observable science and what are actually beliefs are mixed together and only partial truths result at best. The same is true by scientists who insist that there is no creator but molecules-to-man evolution is a “fact”. That is not science that is a religious belief falsely posing as science. But how about this one, sun activity has caused the earth to warm. Is that one science or belief? Many scientists observe sun activity and show theories of cycles based on magnetic solar energy which certainly appear to be documented observations. They are ignored by those religious man-made global warming religious believers. The past 2 years have been colder throughout the globe. Are we now in a cooling period? The solar magnetic believers tells us this is their prediction. What if they are right and the man-caused global warming preachers are wrong? Before one give Al Gore another award, one may want to become a real scientist and make some observations of fact.

  • James

    The Problem with Climate Change – it’s a political tool, not a problem to be solved – Realize this, and you are at least being honest with yourself.

    Environmentalist, Economists and Statisticians are the hired guns of the PR outlets that employee “tools” for political battles.

    Was Ethanol not really about winning Senate Seats from the Corn Belt? From a science point of view, Ethanal is an “energy transport mechanism”; a very inefficient one…. The Ethenal product is produced from Natural Gas + Chemicals = Ferteliser + Lots of Water [water shortage] + Lots of Land + Trains, Tractors, more chemicals, fuel and man hours, etc and in the end, you can “burn your food supply” to save the planet [assuming you have Food and Water left for Humanity to survive] So, a “great PR idea” ends with environmental damage, global starvation and water shortages. Summary: MASSIVE misdirection of limited resources by Government results in damages to both environment and all humanity. We should demand energy content labeling at the pump in Price per Joule standard / BTU by volume sold – that would make ethanol look even worse [after subsidies]. If you want a car fuel from Natural Gas – burn Ammonia; it has a high energy density [unlike LP] it’s the most pure form and a simple conversion process. Most Important Nat gas is plentiful in the US. How complicated is this?

    It is possible the source of Climate Change relates to Methane Hydrates. It is possible hydrates have become destabilized for many reasons. Fact is, even if you look at effect, the cause may be totally unanticipated.

    But, you know, in the end I don’t think its about Green, clean, etc energy – or high taxes on the rich and social programs, etc – all of this is just re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic…. It does not matter. What does matter is long term strategic planning to carefully allocate public resources [when absolutely necessary] to projects that are too big and in areas too regulated to be taken on by the private sector – this is what the Fed gov. is supposed to do. Higher standards of living for the masses are provided by best uses of limited resources and efficient deployment of resources in promoting productive long term gains. In general the Free Market Win – unless the Government has already regulated the Free Market out of a certain space – Nuclear for example.

    “Clean energy” is not “cheep” energy…
    Cap and Trade is just a TAX that adds a level of complexity and inefficiency to a problem. You can not “force” Clean to be economic – if it simply is not – you [someone] pays the price in degraded living standards [as do more taxes lowers GDP (regardless of who pays)]. If the public should know they need to live in an apartment [rather then afford a house] to “save” the world – someone might want to tell them – instead of originating more home loans at below market interest rates. [High density housings is much more energy / environmentally friendly]

    Boon Pickens is building a $7Bill wind farm that will generate 1,000 megawatts of power… based on utility mandates for 20% renewable sources – this is not “cheap power” – We Texans are going to pay the increased cost + Boon’s profit margin. WIND WILL DESTROY THE US WEATHER PATTERNS. Average wind speed is dropped 7mph behind the turbine. The Blades reduce air pressure leading to condensation [AKA Rain] at the wind farm site vs down wind. I guarantee a panhandle wind farm will produce a lake in West Texas and a Drought over DFW area. I think Boon plans to sell water back to DFW from west Texas – last I knew, he was buying right of ways to do it. Not to mention, wind is not an efficient form of power production at 350 mile + remote locations.

    Oil is no good either – We have turned Texas into Swiss Cheese with Frac wells all over GOD’s creation – pumped with Billions of Gallons of Salt water – no doubt, it’s just a matter of years before the leaching and erosion surface with heavy metals in the water supply, break through surface leakage and 50 other environmental problems – Great to be a environmental lawyer 20yrs from now –

    I do not understand why Nuclear is not THE solution – end of story. The US has one of the largest natural Uranium reserves in the WORLD. We have the technology [that other 3rd world countries dream of], the ability to protect and safely manage it…
    The problem with Nuclear is no private company wants to take the risk [and expense] of building a new plant due to the approval / application process – 3 to 11 yrs [a Government man made problem]… and then it could get killed – The REAL cost [outside the political / regulation is possibly as low as $3Bill for a 10,000 megawatt reactor.. Projects could be fast tracked: start to finish 9mo each – build 100’s if that is what it takes. I find it ironic that we send our kids to die in a war [knowing some will not return] (4,000 or so now) – in the name of combating the middle east. Yet – we can not seem to use a PEN and PAPER to sign a bill that FAST TRACKS a solution that will END the middle east once and for all – shut them down. We allow nuclear aircraft carriers in NY Harbor -yet, we are “too scared” of a nuclear power plant any place near the city or populated areas. SO Cali. San Diego– with the rolling blackouts after Enron – wanted to plug into a Nuclear Battle Ship in the harbor [they asked] to power the city – but, when was the last time Cali put a Nuclear plant on line [much less mothballed one]. Right now we have Nuclear Weapons pointed at us from Russia, yet, we are [supposedly] afraid of nuclear Breeder Reactors that give off almost 0 emissions and re-processed waist? Right now we have nuclear silos [thousands] around the USA with armed warheads, yet, Nuclear energy production “scares” US? We just contracted to sell Nuclear Technology to both India and Saudi Arabia [don’t they have the oil] … and YES we are AT WAR – so, AMERICA wake up or the living standard and way of life will be eroded.
    The stock market is one of several barometers that represent American Wealth and global influence– I assure you it is heading lower unless we come to terms with America’s Resource Allocation problems. If China is more efficient at supplying power – WE LOOSE – that simple./

    • B Berry

      I’m not sure what “GOD’s [sic] creation” has to do with problems to be solved by men, but you have framed the debate the way it should be framed. Energy is economics and economics is national security. Fix one (and I happen to think nuclear energy could solve the problem immediately as you do but I would still diversify with solar/wind/geothermal/fusion-research) and you fix the other. We essentially are funding the threat which warrants 100k+ troops in Iraq/Afghanistan. Without our influx of money for oil, the entire Middle East loses both economic and political power (i.e. we could finally bring democracy to parts of that area since we’d have economic leverage or at least they would lose theirs over us).

      I would only add that we should be very wary about Boone (sp) Pickens and others like him when they suggest Natural Gas is the answer. Any fossil fuel is an unbelievably limited resource (do the math yourself instead of letting members of the media tell you). The best I could make for domestic coal assuming an exponential increase (not steady or plateaued) in demand is 200 years and natural gas is even less than that. So instead of just procrastinating the problem off to our grand kids or great grand kids, we have the opportunity to solve the problem right now. There is enough fissionable material on earth to provide power for us (even at an exponential growth of demand) until our sun dies. Moreover, if fusion were viable as we continue to be told that it will be “in the next 50 years” then all of these problems disappear; so continue with that research as well. I realize fusion is only theoretical right now, but I’m amazed at how not once has it been brought up over the last two years in a time when we are in a supposed energy crisis. It is a testament to how truly uneducated people are.

  • Fluidly Unsure

    What I got from Ya’s response was that the existence of CO2 is a natural phenomenon and a fact that we cannot change as long as nature exists and all animals are breathing.

    Nitrates of oxygen occur in other environments without human influence. I’ve heard of natural occurring CFC but I have no reference. I can tell when an animal around me is making methane or hasn’t been making carbon-dyoxide for a while.

    Aren’t we putting what used to be in the atmosphere back into it? What makes nature so unnatural? Isn’t man claiming to have the exclusive power to create xyz like Microsoft claiming they invented the right-click?

    Just because we are on a side of a natural cycle we don’t like doesn’t mean it isn’t natural or healthy in the long run.

    In another light; Brahma, the creator, couldn’t do his/her work without Shiva, the destroyer.

    C’est La Vie

    • Jim Comorley

      Oil (or petroleum) as you may know is made up of the dead bodies of countless trillions of plants and tiny sea animals. As the animals, including algae, died and sank to the bottom of the ocean, they took carbon with them. Under immense heat and pressure over hundreds of millions of years, they eventually formed oil and their carbon content was locked away underground.

      You’re correct when you say that we have only re-released CO2 back into the atmosphere, but by doing it intensively and only during the last 100 years, we have re-released that stored carbon in a very VERY short space of time.

      We know there have been previous large releases of CO2 in the atmosphere from now dormant volcanoes (by studying ice core samples dating back millions of years) but this happened when there were few people and no civilizations on Earth.

      Btu to put things in perspective, lets say the a moment that global warming is not happening or is at least not caused by humans, despite this we still face the huge problem of the acidification of the oceans caused by greater CO2 quantities in the atmosphere.

      Where the excess CO2 comes from is no longer debated. It is not from volcanoes or animals – it is from burning oil and coal.

      • Fluidly Unsure

        My reason for stressing that point is that man is considered by many to be beyond nature and his footprint on earth was proof that he was evil.

        I can see the problem with heavy metals and plastic. But when man’s “waste” is biodegradable (breaking down into mostly harmless elements) I don’t see the problem. When I am on a nature hike, I leave with more plastic waste than I come with (I pickup bottles etc) but I have no problems leaving an apple’s core or an orange rind on the ground, or leaving some fertilizer on the trunk of a tree.

        I am tired of being told how evil I am because I am human. From college professors that claim man is a cancer and the population must be capped to those that don’t allow us to occasionally escape human society. The message is clear: man does not belong in nature and nature must be protected from man.

  • Mazer

    “There is only one way to ensure that you produce no more greenhouse gas; i.e., stop you from breathing out carbon dioxide. Are you ready for that remedy?”

    Breathing does not contribute to the net gain of CO2 in the atmosphere. The CO2 that you exhale comes from the sugars, proteins, and fats from the cows, chickens, other meats and vegetables that you eat. The cows and chickens, in turn ate plant material (or you ate it directly). The plants converted CO2 from the atmosphere into the sugars and proteins via photosynthesis which began the entire process. The cycle from CO2 to plants (possibly to animals) to humans and back to CO2 takes no more than 12 to 24 months. At the extreme range (drinking some very old wine), you are looking at a few decades. This has no impact on the net CO2 concentration of the atmosphere.

    However, the cycle is considerably different for fossil fuel usage (oil, coal, natural gas) since carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere as a result of burning these types of fuels originated in the atmosphere hundreds of thousands or millions of years ago and by pulling the carbon out of its geologic reserves, we are fundamentally altering the atmospheric make-up.

    Take a look at the NASA Earth System Research Laboratory for the overall trends of the various “greenhouse” gases (CO2, NO2, CH4, and CFCs and according to the site, “These gases account for about 97% of the direct radiative forcing by long-lived greenhouse gases since 1750”)

    Before making decisions, make sure your facts are straight.

    • Retired Air Force Disabled

      Mazer, NASA is a Gov agency run by the Vice-President. Their budget depends on producing results. Those results influence their budget. In Gov you do not make statements or findings contrary to your boss or you will find yourself “downsized” quickly. All you have to do is ask the FORMER NASA scientists who spoke out against global warming. Scientists (and I am one) will tell you NEVER let your feelings get in the way of science. We need to add politics to that saying as well.

      • KC


  • Fluidly Unsure

    As I understand it, the question is not whether or not the climate is changing but whether or not man caused it and whether or not man can prevent it. If the human factor is true then action is called for.

    But climate change is being used as one of the many attempts to make people feel guilty for existing. However, we humans are a part of nature and cannot destroy it. Our attempts to survive by manipulating the environment is no less natural for us than using claws and teeth to kill “innocent” prey are for a mountain lion.

    That said, alternate energy makes a lot of sense to me. After moving to the Inland Empire in California, I learned that alternate energy can be self-sustainable.

  • Ya

    Global warming is a myth if not a lie. And it is another form of terrorism. Soon we’ll be paying taxes just to breathe due to this scare-mongering.

    • John Balzer

      Ya. You are right on. Global warming, climate change is happening, not the warming as much I heard the other day the planet has not increased in tempurature since 1998, it is either the same or less. I wanna punch al gore in the face.

      • Jim Comorley

        To put things in perspective, lets say for a moment that global warming is not happening or is at least not caused by humans, despite this we still face the huge problem of the acidification of the oceans caused by greater CO2 quantities in the atmosphere.

        Where the excess CO2 comes from is no longer debated. It is not from volcanoes or animals – it is from burning oil and coal.

        • Andrew


          Did you happen to know that humans produce about 3% of the world’s CO2, and alot of that comes from our breathing?


          Carbon Dioxide is natural people, what we oughta be worried about is real pollution (not the myth of Global Warming!) and the fact that the Global Warming lie is being used to gain more governmental control over us all!

          Seriously, look at the European Union. They agreed to cut CO2 emissions with the Kyoto protocol. Not to my surprise, their emissions are actually rising in all but 2 EU countries, and even in those countries the decline started before Kyoto! Also, their economies are getting worse.


        • KC

          everything is made of carbon.

  • Al Fata


    There is only one way to ensure that you produce no more greenhouse gas; i.e., stop you from breathing out carbon dioxide. Are you ready for that remedy?

    Heavy metals and atrazine do not create carbon dioxide like you do, right? The issue here is global warming; not other kinds of pollution. You confuse the issue with discussion of other pollutants and polluters. I hope you did not mean to do that.

    • brandon

      One way to solve this is by legalizing hemp, and using it as a fuel. The exhaust emissions of carbon monoxide from hemp-based bio-diesel are 47% lower than carbon monoxide emissions from diesel. Any CO2 that is released from burning hemp as a fuel is equal to the CO2 the plant had beneficially taken from the environment while growing, creating what is called a closed carbon cycle that could slow down global warming.

    • sarah

      The problem is the carbon that has been stored for millions of years underground is released into the atmosphere, not what we exhale. The polluted air that is spewed into the atmosphere in Texas doesn’t stay in Texas and pollution TREADS ON ME. How can the states be the watchdogs of the environment? State governments are as corrupt as the lobbyist-owned federal system. But I certainly never understood how the government had to pay for Superfund toxic sites while polluting businesses filed bankruptcy and reorganized, or just disappeared and the culprits weren’t jailed,and assets seized for damages for harming the health and property of others.As for nuclear energy, who gets stuck with the bill of an expensive source of energy when the exponential growth of solar, wind, etc. might make it outdated before it comes online as a major source of energy? who gets stuck with the bill for storage and accidents? I really would like to know, because if I lived in North Dakota and I relied on wind, I might not want to pick up the tab for Georgia’s mistakes.

      • That’s Odd

        Get a bicycle.

  • Derrick

    I have been more supportive to you and your campaign than anyone I know. I put out signs, attempted to spread the word, attended one of your rallies, and even contributed to your campaign. This issue ,however, is one which I wish you would reconsider how you look at it. I agree with you that government is a poor substitute for the market but the government still needs to govern.That means that when Autism is rising in the developed world at a much quicker rate than in the underdeveloped counterparts and we know that heavy metals can act as a trigger we don’t take the sky is falling approach we take the common sense approach. When we find atrazine(a herbacide known to cause birth defects and change the sex of some species of fish)in the breast milk of Inuit mothers that there is no escape for any American and we must act. Allowing Multi-national corporations or big lobby farmers to spread there disease to every citizen is not just. As far as global warming in specific we know what it may do. We already have alternatives so I agree with you on the market approach but it won’t be possible without the legislation to stop unjust polluters. Allowing them to do this is the equivalent of a subsidy that we will all have to pay the bill for when it affects our health. I pay for my garbage to be disposed of properly so should “they”.

    • sam

      Spot on!

      • dave

        The sad reality is you believe global warming is caused by humans. At one point in time people would throw virgins into the volcano so it would rain as well… Carbon Credits, taxing carbon and other moronic get rich schemes that people are buying into is tantimount to throwing a virgin into the volcano.

        Researchers for clear air turbulence, that is caused by rising air caused by differences in temperature from ground to air have found some interesting information that is suppressed. For the last 30+ years studies have used Mars as a control point for research and amazingly Global Warming is going on at the same rate (by distance to Sun) as here on Earth. I am sure the Martians have outlawed SUV’s and sold carbon credits to those rich white guys on Jupiter.

        Don’t take my word for it. Google Sam Kerr, he is the researcher. Oh, then look up all his patents he has sold the military and Boeing.

        • andy

          if global warming is not what the scientific consensus makes it to be, then i think it’s probably because of the limits of technology and science right now. but i doubt that it’s a conscious effort by policy-makers to cash in on the cries of “wolf.” if it were, we’d have evidence of it: secret-keeping within the government (and even within business) is quite poor and we can find out what they’re doing quite easily because of all the leaks and also thanks to the freedom of information act and so forth.

          there’s no evidence that this is a conscious effort by people to exploit a lie or a misunderstanding. the overwhelming scientific consensus on global warming is made up of the world’s best scientists and academics who have accepted a consensus on an issue – consensuses in science do not happen so easily.

          show me the evidence that there’s a conspiracy to profit off of “the lie.” and please give some links to sam kerr’s work – i couldn’t find him on google sorry.

          • That’s Odd

            Are you serious?

            The answer is not in your navel.

          • KC

            Yeah.. and then they’ll say you’re a conspiracy theorist that wears Reynolds wrap hats if you say there are leaks. Real scientist (not paid to make up crap to validate Al Gore’s garbage scare tactics) say that the “warming” has to do with tectonic movement and increased solar activity around all of the planets in our solar system. This isn’t even the warmest period in time for our planet mother earth. We are well below those temperatures those temperature and that was way before there were cars, farting livestock, and industrial parks. It was even before there was a country called the United States of America and our temperatures now are just like the “Medieval Warm Period” that occurred around A.D. 1000 to A.D. 1350 according to Paleoclimatology(the scientific study of ancient climate). The Holocene Period (over 6000 years ago) had temperatures well above those today. It all just doesn’t add up.

  • Benjamin