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Greenpeace's Patrick Moore and the hardcore
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Posted By: Magnante, 8/11/2022 8:20:48 AM

One of the most interesting persons I interviewed for the New York Sun was Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace. (snip) I recently watched him on YouTube discussing his book, “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom,” and it is an eye opener to anyone who still believes in the global warming hoax. (snip) Mr. Moore’s book not only documents the hardcore evidence that global warming is a not a threat to the planet, it argues that we are essentially still in an ice age. While he covers climate change, he also debunks all the other lies we’ve been fed by environmental charlatans such as Gore.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Ruhn 8/11/2022 9:03:18 AM (No. 1244782)
Alicia's right. Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace, walked away from the organization after it became too radical, militant, and leftist, even for him. After the fall of the Soviet Union, communists took over the environmental movement (some would argue that the early '60s-'70s environmental movement had Marxism baked in the cake). Sill, green became the new red. The prescriptions for climate change (i.e. carbon credit exchanges) are nothing but wealth transfer schemes that only benefit those that peddle it.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Madinmaryland 8/11/2022 9:03:20 AM (No. 1244783)
Love Alicia Colon. A voice of wisdom and truth. Nice article. Enjoy.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 8/11/2022 9:09:50 AM (No. 1244793)
I'm surprised that the outside world hasn't picked up on the sobriquet we created - - Gullible Warming - - to describe the fraud and lunacy being peddled by vicious communists. If any two words could encapsulate an entire conspiracy - - Gullible Warming can.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Johnnie Barleykorn 8/11/2022 9:26:06 AM (No. 1244817)
Dr. Patrick Moore, also wrote "Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout." He says carbon is good for the environment and plant growth, and that we need more. He writes, "carbon is the basis of all life on Earth." So it is possible the wretched libs are tormenting the world with a climate change hoax and have this all backwards?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: MDConservative 8/11/2022 9:29:25 AM (No. 1244821)
Crying "Disaster!!!" is a common tactic used to sell nearly everything these days. The intent is to create a "significant emotional event" that triggers behavior change. Global Cooling/Warming/Climate Change is a classic example. It is beaten into the public with a sledgehammer, and the public responds, recycling, deactivating generation plants in favor of windmills/solar, buying an EV (despite brownouts created by a shortage of generation capacity), and down the line.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 8/11/2022 9:42:43 AM (No. 1244847)
And by the way, Alicia, carbon dioxide lacks the ability to permanently retain heat. It gains and loses heat same as the other gases in our atmosphere. Science says so.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: marbles 8/11/2022 9:44:03 AM (No. 1244850)
Read the story and then go to the highlighted link " global warming hoax " . Most interesting.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: jimboscott 8/11/2022 9:59:20 AM (No. 1244869)
I hate it when some article is double posted... I take the time to respond with a lengthy post on the one that posted first... Then Lucianne deletes the FIRST posting, leaving the second with my only comment being a complaint.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Zigrid 8/11/2022 10:03:39 AM (No. 1244878)
Climate control is.....all about money for the new world order dudes....they take American hard earned taxes to fed the beast...called the inflation act passed by democrats...with 10% to the big guy and nervous Nancy's son paulie's all a Kerry and gore...
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Reply 10 - Posted by: FormerDem 8/11/2022 10:51:15 AM (No. 1244927)
The Marxist left used to describe religion as nothing more than a lying superstructure of fables designed to organize and justify the social ideas authority wants to force down. It turns the left were merely thinking through their own plans. That is exactly what the notion of global warming is. The science is un-confident, as you can learn by reading the actual science reports from IPCC, but the publicity that hides those uncertainties, there you have the lying superstructure whose only value is to justify authority's plans for us all. But the most-recent science reports became very hard to print out or distribute. They exist and are on-the-face available, only,... you try and you'll see what they've done to make them not-really-available.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Bassman1911 8/11/2022 10:58:59 AM (No. 1244933)
The only people who believe the climate hoax are the ones who profit from it
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Mass Minority 8/11/2022 11:46:20 AM (No. 1244958)
The global warming hoax is a perfect storm of scientific ignorance, logical fallacy and obfuscation. The first issue is obfuscation. The left has managed to somehow link environmentalism and warming hysteria as if the are siamese twins. If you deny global warming you must be a cheerleader for open pit mines, pouring toxic waste into rivers, eliminating smokestack scrubbers, torturing kittens and making fun of the disabled. It is inconceivable to them that you could be for cleaning up our environment and not also be an AGW fanatic. The entire AGW argument is based on the logical fallacy of resort to authority. Any "Denier" is simply ignored because 97% of scientists. A fake claim based off a single paper that had serious structural errors and has been largely debunked by the very people it supposedly represents. The fallacy still endures. Argue against AGW and you are simply an anti science idiot without the knowledge to form any apinion. ANd last is the science. The "science" is a disaster, people who are quick to downgrade any opposing reports as "Paid for" by big oil cannot comprehend that Rabid AGW Government agencies fund 95% of all climate research. how is their money any less corrupting than big oils? And lastly, the vast majority of the "research" is being done by computer modeling. The problem with that is clearly stated in one of the very first IPPCC reports. The environment is a closed chaotic system. They state it right there in black and white. What is one of the fundamental charecteristics of a closed chaotic system. It is that it is chaotic, there are no known rules, it CANNOT BE MODELED. You can look at chaotic data in retrospect but any relationships discovered cannot be used predictively. That is a mathematical certainty. Think lottery numbers. You can look at all the lottery numbers selected over the last ten years and find all kids of patterns within them But you cnnot use those patterns to predict the future lottery numbers because no matter how well your analysis of past results correlates the future picks are going to be just as random as the past picks were. This is why climate models do such a good job of matching past data but have utterly failed to predict future outcomes. That is the AGW problem in a nutshell.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: joew9 8/11/2022 12:21:17 PM (No. 1244985)
I've always had doubt about global warming. As a scientist I don't see how a concentration of 0.04% CO2 could do much of anything. I've seen videos of experiments in the lab where they filled big glass chambers(aquariums) with CO2 at a concentration of nearly 100%. 100% is not a meaningful test for actual concentrations of 2,500 times lower. These "experiments" are not suitable for even a kids weekend morning TV show though they are frequently seen there. In science when we have a pollutant in anything, we try to reduce it by 20dB, AKA to 10%, AKA one tenth. Any other reduction efforts are just an attempt to meet some assigned spec. For most pollutants they measure the minimum level where there is an effect on humans(or any life). Then they reduce that number by a factor of one thousand. Then the news media and night time lawyers freak out and sue every one when something is only 900 times lower than the minimum effect instead of 1000. And my blood pressure medicine gets probably pointlessly taken off the market. I tried like crazy to find what the actual level of the pollutant was but the only thing I could find was "it exceeded maximum levels". That's not a science statement. That's a lawyer statement. I don't see how a change from 0.04% to 0.045% could wreck havoc on our world. They have claimed it would start a "run away" effect. In science words "runaway effect" means the system is unstable and "has a pole in the right half s-plane". If that was true we would have already had a "runaway event" and there would be no life like ours to have evolved on Earth. It's obvious that our atmosphere must have a number of feedback effects which stabilize the atmosphere. There is a volcano erupting right now that is producing global warming and global cooling substances at amounts that if they were being produced by an industry the news media would be giving life on Earth it's last rites.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: udanja99 8/11/2022 12:56:58 PM (No. 1245032)
The ONLY thing anyone needs to know about the whole GW hoax is that the Greenies have been making doomsday predictions for the last 50 years and not a single one of them has actually come to pass. That’s quite a record. Yet the idiots still believe.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: czechlist 8/11/2022 1:03:13 PM (No. 1245041)
We are having summer in Dalls, Texas and the "meteorologists" are hyping the heat. We recently tied a record high and the climate change hype was rampant. I looked up the history to discover the record was set in? 1910! I searched Dallas' history: In 1910 the population was 92000 vs a few million today. Very few automobiles v a million today, virtually no airplanes v a half dozen airports and a joint military base, no a/c while almost every ouse and building are air conditioned now, mostly residential v a sprawling network of of buildings and freeways... Funny thing is atmospheric CO2 was ~300ppm v 420ppm now. All of the alarmist's causes of AGW / Climate Change didn't exist. Why was it so hot in 1910? Just weather I suppose.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: stablemoney 8/11/2022 1:51:04 PM (No. 1245080)
It is not about the climate. it is about controlling you--for you safety.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: privateer 8/11/2022 1:53:07 PM (No. 1245085)
Per 8---I always save my comments at the time I post them. That way, if the first thread disappears, I could simply paste the comment again on the active thread. And for expressions, I always liked the one that showered well-deserved ridicule on the Huckster Prince: GoreBull Warming.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: ldb51 8/11/2022 3:59:37 PM (No. 1245186)
Has anyone ever seen a study on the distribution of "global warming" articles in the media vs time of year, e.g., whether there is a cyclical pattern that favors substantially more such articles appearing during the summer months? I mean, for the urban snowflakes who live, eat, sleep, and work in air-conditioned buildings, seems like they overlook that particular aspect of the environment they're not that aware of anyway...or they just like to think other people are just that stupid. "OMG, I just went outside, and there's this humongous orange ball in the sky, and it must be, swear to God, 40 degrees hotter than when I went to the office New Year's party!". What kind of idiot thinks there is some standardized "earth climate" that remains steady over time, unless someone knocks us over the "tipping point" by starting his Tahoe or Explorer in the morning? Anyone who went through grade school up to the 60's learned about the various Ages the earth has passed through -- do they think everything suddenly stabilized to a perfect Beach Climate just because the earth was suddenly graced with their Presence?
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Strike3 8/11/2022 10:14:32 PM (No. 1245537)
Just as intelligent people have always known. The problem is that one can always find enough suckers who will believe almost anything. I could probably open a factory that produced amulets to protect people from UFO abduction and become rich in a matter of months. If you can't prove the existence of something you can always scare people with it.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: MickTurn 8/11/2022 11:08:59 PM (No. 1245566)
WOW, the patron Saint of Blobal Blarming now says it's Blobal Bunk!
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