…But, remember, it’s only INFORMATION when it leans Left….


Notice how short the article is and how long the “The sky’s falling!” articles pro-climate change are.   But we’ve been right.  They are wrong.  We will never be heard.  They win.

And, by the way, you do realize that because we have remained calm regarding climate change does not mean Conservatives are pro dirty air, pro dirty water, anti-tree, etc., which is the insinuation, isn’t it.

But then truth comes out and we’re STILL STUPID?! 🙂


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  1. Mustang says:

    “They also condemned the “overreaction” to the US’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, announced by Donald Trump in June, saying it is unlikely to make a significant difference.”

    Good … if it makes an insignificant difference, then why should anyone in the USA want to be a part of this fraud? American conservatives have long known that climate science was junk science. We knew the models were wrong because there were good scientists who were telling us that.

    On the other side of this argument, we discovered false-flag scientists who far more than having a genuine concern for earth, clamored for federal recognition, favors, and money because they could not find gainful employment. Lending their names to the argument as if most conservatives were unaware that an entomologist knows as much about climate phenomena as a podiatrist knows about neurosurgery.

    So, you’re right … we all got it right, but no one will stand up and make the admission because of the hundreds of millions of dollars science has raked off from western governments (read this as taxpayers) … and by not owning up to the fraud, the money will continue to roll in. It’s all about money, and it’s all about control. There must be nothing or no one lower on the food chain than Al Gore (with the possible exception of Hillary Clinton).


  2. Mustang +1.
    I took a position a couple months ago and met the engineer who is on midnights. He immediately began giving me his assessment of climate change and the threat it poses to mankind.
    He had actually developed a spreadsheet that showed his predictions and how they were based on science. One night he left his laptop open with an email he was composing. This email was to a friend of his and it was giving praise and thanks to Obama for extending his unemployment a few years ago so that he could spend as much time as he did on creating that spreadsheet while not looking for actual work.
    I prayed about how to respond to him because I was tired of the conflict.
    The answer came to me and the next night when he approached me I told him that I no longer wanted to discuss religion with him.
    It worked.


  3. Mustang says:

    By the way, I recently came across an article titled “Climate Change Threatens the World’s Parasites” … and I wondered why this should even be an issue. We are always complaining about politicians … here’s our chance. However, further investigation revealed that the author was actually talking about tapeworms and blood flukes. The argument is that as global warming raises the planet’s temperature, many species of parasites will lose territories needed for survival. There are two possibilities here: first, since man-made climate change is a hoax, maybe we won’t end up spending sleepless nights worrying about the survival of parasites. The other possibility is that some of these so-called scientists are freaking insane, as if anyone really cares whether parasites survive.


  4. Sparky says:

    “Climate change” is the new communism. It’s satanic in it’s origins and practices. As Christians, we know that the devil will never win but it is looking bad for our Country. Saw this last night quite by accident: . Thought y’all might like watching it too.
    God bless. 🙂


  5. John M. Berger says:

    Yes, as we all know,”climate change” has occurred and will continue to occur as long as this planet has existed and will continue to do so. Is there any evidence, whatsoever, that it’s changing faster than our ability to adapt to it? I say a resounding NO! The only scary thing is the fact that it is being used by unscrupulous politicians, buttressed by “junk science”, to advance global control as they extort money from the hapless masses, under the guise of halting the inevitable. While I’d like to think of this SCAM as OLD NEWS, just as the likes of Shrillary, Gore et al; it won’t go away!


  6. A friend of mine pointed out to me that Climate Change IS man made.
    When Adam and Eve screwed up, do did the weather.


  7. Kid says:

    Scientific Method in short: When actual results don’t meet your forecasts, your theory is BS.

    Of course kids today don’t know we had a civil war, howwould they know Vikings were settling in Greenland before the first steam locomotive was fired up.


  8. Mal says:

    Hey Mustang! Maybe ridding us of parasites means getting rid of Democrats! Ya think?


  9. Baysider says:

    Mustang, that is RICH!
    And Ed, you’re right. It IS a religion with them. So much on faith – feelings based faith at that.


  10. geeez2014 says:

    Mustang, is that a joke? We’re worried about destroying TAPEWORMS?

    JMB: that’s correct, in my opinion…weather changes….It IS evident that , for example, the snow in Paris has virtually ENDED. MANY paintings from even the early 20th century(but more before that) show Paris streets and fields covered in snow. They nearly don’t get ANY snow anymore. I was devastated when I lived there because I couldn’t wait to live in city snow! I had 4 days in 4 years. 😦 And barely a snowing at that.
    My poor husband…I noticed it lightly snowing and called him while he was in a meeting as if I’d discovered snow for the first time!
    BUT, every time they say “this is the worst hurricane…” they add “…since 1930” or something…So it’s nothing NEWLY HORRIBLE!

    Sparky, thanks for that video…it really lays it out, doesn’t it. TRUTH hurts the left.

    Ed..and the relation of climate change and religion was……….???!! Very interesting that this guy’s job depends on bad science; thanks for the PROOF.

    EVERYBODY: it’s very dangerous for the Left to keep hammering on climate change, particularly with our children. I noticed a garbage truck, a public one, on my street this morning…it had something printed on it with “ENVIRONMENTAL..” on it. EVERYWHERE is this utter BS.

    AND, as I’ve said countless times here: The Left thinks we HATE clean air and water because we don’t believe their junk science!
    I am maybe THE biggest tree hugger every! I Love nature, I love trees….who doesn’t love clean air and water? I’ve seen PERSONALLY how cleaning up various emissions has practically rid Los Angeles of the smog I grew up with! I LIVED this change.

    But….we need to do all we CAN to keep the planet clean and not go NUTS and DESTROY economies in the doing!


  11. I am ever astounded by how many people believe in Al Gore’s global warming. Was his movie that good? I’ve never watched it.


  12. Kid says:

    One of the restaurants I go to has a big green sign with a tree on it on their paper towel holders that says Remember where these come from! 1. They grow trees to make paper. We have more trees becuase of paper. 2. They do give a damn about the env, they want to save of paper towel costs.

    Everybody has an agenda.


  13. Kid says:

    Don’t give a damn. Dammit.


  14. Mal says:

    Kid, that reminds me when we go north to visit our kids in Olympia, Washington, we bring a bunch of plastic bags for them to use because they outlawed their use several years ago and must either buy cloth ones from the stores or bring their own bags, but they haven’t dropped their prices for their customers. Walmart, Home Depot, and the local markets keep the savings.


  15. geeez2014 says:

    Kid, I hope that’s the case, that we have more trees because of paper…if they’re just being cut down for more paper, …what’s the deal?
    Or Christmas trees? I FINALLY got a fake one last year…I’d threatened to for YEAR but Mr Z and I HATED the idea…but I finally did it….I miss the scent but am thrilled nobody had to cut a gorgeous tree down for me!


  16. Z: We have Christmas Tree farms here. They provide jobs and income.
    Cut ’em down, We’ll grow more 🙂
    That said, I use plastic. Allergies.


  17. geeez2014 says:

    great. but you don’t grow a tree in a short amount of time!


  18. Kid says:

    MAL, Man we’ve gone so far off the rails, intelligence-wise. It is not pleasant living with the stupid ones – especially on the freeway on the way to work. It seriously gets worse every year. If I could cry I’d be in tears over how the kids have screwed up the freeways in Cincinnati. No detail – I wouldn’t be able to stop typing.


  19. Kid says:

    Z, They started growing trees for paper decades ago and they plant new ones all the time. It’s just an ever evolving process.


  20. John M. Berger says:

    I think that we have more trees than we had 100 years ago. GOOGLE it but I think that’s true.


  21. Kid says:

    JMB, I triple guarantee you we have more trees now than 100 years ago. Though I will admit some rare trees such as Mahogany in the tropical areas have been pretty ravaged for profit. Being a wood worker, it is clear that is impossible to buy quality woods at any price as a non-furniture/guitar/etc maker. Just not available.


  22. Baysider says:

    Mal, I used to beg paper bags off my mother. The bag tax could be worse – it COULD go to the city. But here’s a solution for your kids: 1,000 for $15.


  23. Mal says:

    Thanks. Baysider. I’ll relay the message to them. They simply caved in and accepted it, like the rest of the folks. There IS something to be said about plastic, however, as I’ve seen aerial photos of HUGE areas of the ocean with plastic and Styrofoam floating endlessly. It won’t break down like other material. It simply keeps building up. I believe plastic can still be used in areas where it will end up in a landfill and not the ocean, like here in Vegas. Again, it still won’t break down but at least it isn’t toxic, like the nuclear waste they keep generating and want to dump nearby (90 miles from here).


  24. Kid says:

    MAL, I’ve seen some of that ocean stuff too and I began wondering where it comes from. Personally, I don’t think much of it comes from the USA. I’m thinking more developing countries.


  25. Mal says:

    Could be, Kid. It’s probably everyone. After all, plastic has been around since WW ll. And its not just from stuff tossed overboard at sea. Take what just happened in Texas and Florida. When the water recedes, out goes the plastic and anything that floats. The same with rivers that end up dumping into the oceans.


  26. Kid says:

    Good points MAL. I just don’t see America as the biggest contributor.


  27. Mal says:

    You could be right on that, Kid.


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