Sunday, February 5, 2012

Global Warming – No Need For Panic!

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I’ve noticed that a previous article on this blog titled, The Climate Change NWO Business-Hoax, which was posted during December 2011, when the COP17 spectacle in Durban was in full-swing, has, to date, received a rather disappointing number of pageviews - (67 in total).

Although it was never my expectation that 1000’s will come rushing to read ‘my simple online abode’ (MYSOA), I was somewhat appalled to discover that, since the article was published, most people I’ve spoken to (and it’s been quite a number) actually believe that “global warming” is the reason why our South African summers are getting hotter by the day.

The only few who do agree with me that the recent hot weather we’re experiencing is not unusual in the context of climate variations over the years, happen to be older folk, who don’t  have a clue where to turn on a computer, and couldn't care less what a “blog” is. It is usually these older folk who are more likely to pour scorn on media that promotes the idea of “global warming”.

Or to put it another way…
It is the wiser folk who are not easily awestruck when they see and hear all the spellbinding stuff the noble elite are dishing out on television, and whatever other media they can exploit for their own financial gain.

Now the fact that the word “simple” forms part of this blog’s name doesn’t mean that I, the sole author, is also simple - in the sense that I’m stupid, or that I’m too old to think straight.  “Simple” can also mean “uncomplicated”, “straightforward”, or “effortless”. So, when I call something a “Business-Hoax”, you can rest assured that I didn’t simply suck it out of my thumb.

Now let’s get a number of facts straight about the weather, shall we?

I know we’ve had some bloody hot summer days lately, but I can still recall how hot it was in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, when I spent much of my childhood days on a farm in the Far Northern Transvaal (now Limpopo), between Alldays and Tolwe. The temperatures would sometimes reach mid 40’s (Celsius), and that was in the shade! You would not dare go out in the midday-sun without a hat on your head! The unbearable heat was also the reason why hunters would start out before dawn.

Today --  the same old folk, who used to live on that same farm, are also feeling the abnormal heat. Yet, like me, they can still recall the days, 40-plus years ago, when it was just as hot, and maybe even hotter. Back in those good ‘ol days the farmers had a natural feel for things… and also the ingenious (and sometimes unexplainable) ability to find water deep below the earths surface when the ol’ Mogalakwena ran dry. They seldom blamed the weather for their deficiencies, and terminology such as “global warming” or “climate change”, simply didn’t exist in their vocabulary. They were fully aware that “climate” was a complicated natural phenomenon, and thus adapted their farming strategies accordingly.

Nowadays, people have allowed the so-called ‘experts’ in various fields to counsel them, experts who don’t have the foggiest idea what type of climate we’re going to experience in the next season. Yet, when disaster strikes it is blamed on “global warming”. And – no matter how insignificant the product's failure is, you can bet the global elite will jump at the opportunity to exploit it to the max. There are numerous examples of this deception, and Africa’s 1000-year long harsh climate is an all-time favourite… Here’s one about Rooibos tea, an industry which the BBC reckons is under threat due to… yep, you guessed it – “Climate Change”.

I often meet acquaintances in the street, usually in the shopping parking-area, wearing the skimpiest of clothing, without a hat (now don't get funny ideas), complaining about the unbearable heat. When I casually ask these people, “what’s causing it?”, they’ll instinctively tell me that “global warming” is the cause. I normally reply, “That’s odd, how can it be called ‘GLOBAL’ if the people in the UK are freezing?” Most people will rush off at that point muttering some-or-other lame excuse for rushing off so soon. - Maybe I shouldn't speak to people in parking lots!

On occasion I’ve met some really tolerant and clever people, who have gone to great lengths explaining how global warming is causing the North Pole ice to melt, and that this is the reason why Europe is experiencing such an extremely cold winter. These same folks will also lecture me on the so-called “greenhouse effect”, and how we humans are responsible for CO2 emissions, and how we’re all going to die in about 60 years from now - bla, bla, bla.

Well, I’m pleased to announce that, in spite of a multi-decade international campaign to enforce the message that increasing amounts of the "pollutant" carbon dioxide will destroy civilization, a large number of very prominent scientists (16 in total) all agree that there is No Need to Panic About Global Warming.

The article published in The Wall Street Journal, on 27 January 2012, was jointly signed by all sixteen scientists. 

I’ve taken the liberty of listing their names below:

Claude Allegre, former director of the Institute for the Study of the Earth, University of Paris; J. Scott Armstrong, cofounder of the Journal of Forecasting and the International Journal of Forecasting; Jan Breslow, head of the Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics and Metabolism, Rockefeller University; Roger Cohen, fellow, American Physical Society; Edward David, member, National Academy of Engineering and National Academy of Sciences; William Happer, professor of physics, Princeton; Michael Kelly, professor of technology, University of Cambridge, U.K.; William Kininmonth, former head of climate research at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology; Richard Lindzen, professor of atmospheric sciences, MIT; James McGrath, professor of chemistry, Virginia Technical University; Rodney Nichols, former president and CEO of the New York Academy of Sciences; Burt Rutan, aerospace engineer, designer of Voyager and SpaceShipOne; Harrison H. Schmitt, Apollo 17 astronaut and former U.S. senator; Nir Shaviv, professor of astrophysics, Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Henk Tennekes, former director, Royal Dutch Meteorological Service; Antonio Zichichi, president of the World Federation of Scientists, Geneva.

Sourced from: The Wall Street Journal


Now please spread this article around, or the one on The Wall Street Journal, so that South Africans can stop believing all this global warming deception we’re being fed via the msm.

Special thanks to Alan Caruba, whose recent article brought my attention to the posting in The Wall Street Journal.


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Thanks for providing the link… Great article!

I’ve noticed that several articles on Alan Caruba’s blog, Warning Signs, also speak of a coming ice age.

I believe that although the death certificate for “global warming” has truly been signed, the nobel elite will continue to deceive everyone with their new concept called, “Climate Change”. They’ve invested way too much money in their little scam, and far too many people are already on their payroll.

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