Countdown to the End of the World--
Putting Down the Nonsense from the Democrats
that Climate Change Will Kill the Planet in 12 years
[or less, really, given time has passed since
the prediction was made in October 2018]
Victor Edward Swanson,
The Hologlobe Press
Postal Box 5263
Cheboygan, Michigan 49721
The United States of America
copyright c. 2023
April 23, 2023
In the 1970s, communists, socialists, progressives, liberals, Shariaists, and like rotten people began to do work in earnest to take down at least the United States of America by promoting the idea that developed countries of the world, such as like the United States of America, are leading to the death of Earth by using carbon-based fuels. Since then, predictions upon predictions noting the the people of the Earth only have ten years or so to stop using carbon-based fuels or the planet will die have come and gone. By the way, the document of mine that is entitled Television History and Trivia #175 (which is free to you and is available through this T.H.A.T. #175 link) shows examples of predictions of the recent past decades that were wrong and goof-ball thought. Around October 2018, bad people, such as communistic and progressive-based newspaper writers and television reporters, were pushing the idea that a new climate-change prediction from, for instance, the United Nations (a rotten organization) was great and useful and something to be listened to, and all the bad people in the country--those wishing to turn the country into an enslavism-based entity, such as a communist state, like Cuba--endlessly said that the people of the world, especially the people of the United States of America, only have 12 years before the Earth will die if carbon-based fuels are no longer used immediately, and some of the real freaks and evil people who were big in pushing the idea front and center were U.S. Representatives related to the Democratic Party in the United States of America By the end of March 2019, people were yet pushing the idea that the world will die in twelve years, even though the prediction was already six-months old, and by late March 2019, people should have been saying (if the timetable of the prediction was to be followed) that the world only has eleven years and a half left. Any person hearing the prediction should be wondering--When the deadline comes will things go dead almost all at once and in a matter of days? A smart person will say that it is idiocy and impossible. Given the information that I have presented so far, a person should expect to see big signs of things dying off or no longer growing well all over the world some time previous to when the deadline is supposed to hit (like a big bang maybe). On March 20, 2019, there were no signs to me that the planet was on the dying path, and I must report that strong rain storms and strong snow storms and tornadoes and earthquakes and forest fires and the like are no signs of the dying path, since all such things have been happenings with the world for years and decades and centuries--The dying clues have to be something really extraordinary. This document has been created as sort of a countdown log, which will be added to from time to time, noting whether or not something extraordinary has showed up. During the days to come, you can learn more about the nonsense of the manmade-global-warming idea or the manmade-climate-change idea leading to the death of the planet by seeing my document entitled "CAP AND TRADE" and Carbon Dioxide Facts and Nonsense, the first version of which was posted on the Internet on May 12, 2009, when other predictions were hinting that the planet would die in ten years [and it has not], and that document can be reached by using this Carbon link [Note: The document also talks about the "Climategate" scandal in the so-called scientific community.].
Entry for March 20, 2019: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
And then on March 21, 2019, I saw an article in the Detroit Free Press that started on page one that was entitled "Great Lakes area warming faster than rest of nation" (Matheny, Keith. "Great Lakes area warming faster than rest of nation." Detroit Free Press, 21 March 2019, pp. 1A and 6A.). Here is material from page 1A and a bit of page 6A:
The Great Lakes Basin has warmed more over the last 30 years than the rest of the contiguous United States--and could warm dramatically more by the end of the 21st Century, a new, first-of-its-kind study of how climate change has impacted the Great Lakes region finds.A smart person can see that the material is more useless prediction nonsense. Look at how many times "could" is used in what I have presented of the article so far. I state that the "could" shows that the makers of the study and others, such as Keith Matheny, were working to scare readers, especially in the Great Lakes region. Notice how the writer of the article has put in "scientifically modeled scenarios" into the material. I state that the scientific models involved are "models" and not fact--guesses. Here is the next paragraph in the article--"The study was produced by 18 university researchers, most of them from institutions around the Great Lakes, including Michigan State University and the University of Michigan. It was commissioned at no cost by the nonprofit Environmental Law and Policy Council, based in Chicago, and the Chicago Council of Global Affairs, a nonprofit public policy organization." A smart person knows Chicago is a hot-bed of communism in the United States of America, and I have found that information about climate from places based in Chicago and information about climate from the communistic University of Michigan and the Michigan State University cannot be trusted--communists cannot be trusted. Today, no person can determine what weather will be like in decades to come. Consider--It is hard enough for weathercasters to determine the weather for the next few days--forecasts are often wrong or imprecise. Yet, the article had this paragraph, which was material from Howard Learner, the president and executive director of the Environment Law and Policy Center--"'This is a fact-based, sound science report. The facts of what's happened, in terms of temperature and impact to the Great Lakes, in terms of increase storms and ecological impacts, gives us a basis to project what will happen in the future, unless policies are changed to reduce carbon emissions and greenhouse gas emissions.'". The article is loaded with idiocy. Look at this example--"'This is one of the most serious problems humanity faces--I just say this as a scientist who's been studying this now for 30 years, and what the science is telling us,' said study lead author Don Wuebbles, professor of atmospheric science at the University of Illinois and former assistant director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy under President Barack Obama. The past data and projected climate changes come from data sets and modeling produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the fourth National Climate Assessment, released last November. The assessment, which looks at the state of knowledge on climate change and its current and future impacts, is required by federal law, and submitted to Congress and the president.". I report that the previous quoted material hints at where past data has come from, but I have to report that the past data has been shown to be untrustworthy--that is what "Climategate" was all about, the scandal that showed how the scientific community, even involving NOAA, faked climate data, and the data yet being uised. To yet use the old data shows defective scientific technique. In addition, the fourth National Climate Assessment is a defective document. The writers of the study are pushing out the idea that the new study was "entirely data-driven". But I say that it cannot be if the future is based on guesses--and no data. There is a logic problem with the entire study. Much of the article was made up of paragraph and paragraph of predictions. Stop! Think a moment. The article is predicting--predicting--things to the end of the century. The article makes no mention of the idea that we only have--now, at the time the article in the Detroit Free Press was published--eleven years and a half before the planet dies. The makers of the study made a big error. The study is counter to the planet-will-die-in-roughly-twelve-years plot being used. The study did not predict the death date of the planet. Hold it again! Notice how near the beginning of the article in the Detroit Free Press writer has "...Some fish species will be negatively impacted...". What does it mean that "some fish species will be negatively impacted"? Will not all fish species be impacted? In order to help sell to stupid people the idea of fish species, such as walley, being adversely affected in the near future, the article had a large photograph with it on page 6A showing a man named Ronnie Gotcher of Detroit fishing on the Detroit River. It was a rotten tactic used by the makers of the Detroit Free Press, and it was used to get people into emotional thinking and not logical thinking. By the way, Barack Hussein Obama is a big supporter of communism and Sharia, and the people who are supporters of communism and Sharia act on the idea that it is quite all right to lie to people. Why did not the article push out predictions related to the 12-year theme? Remember--If the 12-year theme is right, there should be predictions noting when things will die off. We cannot simply reach the 12-year date, and then everything all over the world will die off almost immediately. For example, the article should have noted that, in two years, orange trees will be dying in great numbers in Florida or the coffee plants of the world will be dying off in great numbers. Yes, the "study" should have presented the idea that fish will be showing up dead in big numbers on the coasts of the Great Lakes by a certain date, such as 2022. The planet cannot die all over the place all at once! There will have to be big signs--soon--if the 12-year theme is right. I report that the study and article had nothing that was related to the 12-year prediction. The prediction and the report are crap!
Among the study's other findings:
* The number of cold winter days that never reach a 32-degree high temperature could drop significantly--by almost two months under some scientifically modeled scenarios.
* Areas within the Great Lakes Basin could see an increase of 17 to 40 extremely warm days, with temperatures above 90 degrees, by century's end.
* More spring flooding and rainfall in extreme precipitation events could occur, disrupting agriculture and causing expensive infrastructure damage and runoff into rivers and lakes that leads to beach closings and algae blooms.
* Some fish species will be negatively impacted, a cause for concern for Michigan's $5 billion annual sport-fishing economy.
And nowhere in the article was there proof that man was killing the planet!
Entry for March 30, 2019: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
On March 28, 2019, I was exposed to an article from The New York Post that I had to talk about in this document. The article, which I came across on the Internet, was called "White people's diets are killing the environment: study" (Sparks, Hannah. "White people's diets are killing the environment: study." New York Post, 28 March 2019, 10:52 a.m..). Upon seeing the title of the article, I knew the article had to be more crap, pushed along by rotten people. I read the article, and I hit the link on the article to material upon which the article was based (a study, the main author of which was Joe Bozeman, a student at the University of Illinois of Chicago). The material--the document--upon which the article was based was flap-doodle material, which--I determined--was designed to make the naive believe it was something worthwhile, though it was a collage of nonsense. Let me show how idiotic the article was, using logic. Heck with the document, which was tied to the Journal of Industrial Ecology. For one, the article pushed out the idea that the diets of whites were contributing more to climate change than the diets of blacks were, and the article noted how "environmentally intense foods" were the problem. "Environmentally intense foods"--this set of words should make any good and smart person gag, given it is sounds like a crap idea. Some of the bad foods were said to be potatoes, beef, apples, and milk. A smart person has to wonder--You mean to tell me blacks are not big users of beef (such as in hamburgers, maybe Big Macs and Whoopers), and blacks are not into eating potatoes, such as in French fries, and doctors are not telling blacks to eat more fruits, such as apples, (to protect their lives), and blacks are not drinking milk and eating ice cream and cheese? [Note: I see blacks buying milk and cheese and ice cream at grocery stores.] I note that, in the last ten years or so, it has been commonplace for socialists and communists, starting with those in Europe, to push the idea that cows are killing the planet, because they give off methane (through farts or whatever you wish to call them), and because of that, people should give up eating beef to save the planet. However, do not pigs give off methane, and do not blacks eat pork products? In addition, whites eat pork, such as ribs, and yet the article said nothing about getting rid of pigs. The chickens and turkeys give off methane. I guess whites do not eat much chicken and turkey and only blacks do. In Michigan, some whites go out and hunt deer to eat, and deer give off methane. You might think blacks do not go hunting for deer. Whoops! In Michigan, over the last five decades, I have seen black guys--dressed up in all the typical hunting gear--who go hunting for deer and various birds, all of which give off methane. Yet, the article pushed out the idea that whites are "...disproportionately contributing to climate change through their eating habits....". In addition, no matter what you eat, you will give off methane. Remember--Many animals eat plants, and because they eat plants, they give off methane. If you eat a plant, you will eventually give off methane. Yes, at least in the United States of America, the population of whites is higher than the population of blacks is, so it can be said that the white population is giving off more methane than the black population is--there are more whites than blacks. By the way, remember--Chicago is a hot bed of socialism and communism and corruption teaching institutions, such as the University of Illinois. I do hope you are aware that sheep give off methane, and blacks and whites eat sheep. If blacks and whites stop eating beef, they will have to eat more of something else that gives off methane, such as sheep and pigs and deer and whatever, and if blacks and whites go on to eating more of other meats, then those meats will have to show up under the heading of "environmentally intense foods" it seems to me. Hold it! Pears are like apples, and if blacks and whites stop eating apples, they will probably eat more pears, and so you will have no gain. I have seen whites and blacks eating yams or sweet potatoes--I have eaten them--and yams and sweet potatoes are like potatoes. Think about this--For centuries, blacks and whites have eaten potatoes, and eating the potatoes have helped blacks and whites survive and live. Okay, get rid of the potatoes. Now, you will have to eat more yams and sweet potatoes. What a reader of the article is supposed to infer and believe wholeheartedly is whites are killing the planet. I hear racist crap in the article! After writing all that makes up the this paragraph so far, I, on Saturday, March 30, 2019, looked up Joe Bozeman (officially, he is Joe Bozeman III) through the Internet, and, for one, I found "White people's eating habits produce most greenhouse gases" tied to "UIC Today" and dated March 27, 2019, and I learned Joe Bozeman (a.k.a. Joe Bozeman) is a young black guy. Yes, based on Joe Bozeman's article of idiocy and based on what Joe Bozeman looks like, I can say that Joe Bozeman is a piece of shit black man, pushing along one of the main communistic-themes about the planet, which is whites and the so-called white cultural ways (related to capitalism) are killing the planet. And, really, the article gives off to proof that the planet is dying because whites are eating stuff or that blacks are eating stuff.
Entry for April 29, 2019: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
I note that, if the planet is going to die because of man's using carbon-based fuels, it will not die all at once, such as in a big bang, without clear notice ahead of time; for example, the planet will not reach some predicted date, and "bam!" and it will die, as if a million atomic bombs went off a once--there will have to be big indications years and years in advance of the death date since the planet is really big. Now, remember, it was in October 2018, that the United Nations--the corrupt entity, which is mostly run by rotten people, such as communists and socialists--predicted that the planet will die in twelve years. On April 29, 2019, that predication was now down to eleven years and a half. Yet in April 2019, the rulers in the City of New York City, New York, such as the mayor, were still pushing the "12-year" idea, and in April 2019, the rulers of New York City made a new law called Climate Mobilization Act, and, for one, the act was designed to put down the use of processed meats, such as hot dogs, in facilities, such as hospitals, controlled by the city. Remember--Ultimately, processed meats come from animals, which give off methane. [Note: Some people want to get rid of some animals on the planet, such as cows and pigs, since the animals (like all animals) give off methane, which is leading to the death of the planet. It is idiocy!] On April 22, 2019, when Mayor Bill De Blasio of New York City made the act official through his signature, Bill De Blasio said a bunch of idiotic statements, such as "...We also believe the estimates that tell us that we have only 12 years to get it right. Let's be clear, we have until 2030 to change things fundamentally, or our lives won't be the same...." and "...Every day we wait is a day our planet gets closer to the point of no-return. New York City's Green New Deal meets that reality head on...." and "...We are confronting the same interest that created the climate crisis and deepened inequality. There's no time to waste. We're taking action now, before it's too late....". Bill De Blasio is a hard-line communist, and communists are haters of companies that make money and allow the managers and employees of the companies to have more money than politicians have, since communists cannot have others having more than they have or be seen higher in stature than politicians are. People who run, for example, hot-dog-making companies, such as Oscar Mayer, can make money, and I guess, to Bill De Blasio, hot-dog-making companies have caused "inequality" in the society, allowing some people to end up with more money than others, and so hot dogs have to be outlawed--their theme is hot-dogs and like things lead to "inequality". Of course, when a mayor and city council outlaw hot dogs, fewer hot dogs are made and consumed, and that leads to fewer people, such as the not-so-rich, having jobs. Based on the lie of manmade global climate change leading to the death of the planet, Bill De Blasio and others in New York City are going to kill "hot dogs" and the like. If you kill "hot dogs," you will save the planet Bill De Blasio and his associates seem to believe or want you to believe. Of course, if you kill "hot dogs," you end up with fewer people who raise cows, transport cows, and process cows, which means jobs are lost, and there will be fewer refrigerators and freezers and the people who make refrigerators and freezers.... Hold it! Why is the idea of "inequality" even talked about in relation to global climate change? And if the planet dies, all people die and all things die! By the way, if no action is taken to save the planet till thirty days before the deadline comes, will the planet be saved, and all of a sudden, everything will be right, right? Bill De Blasio and his associates in New York City are selling bullshit! They are evil! They are society-killers with sick minds!
Entry for May 9, 2019: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
However, members of the United Nations--a communistic and socialist entity as a whole--disagrees with me. On Monday, May 6, 2019, the United Nations released another document about manmade climate change, and this document pushed out the idea that some one-million species of the planet are at risk of become extinct in the "near future," and many news entities pushed out the idea that the document is something worthwhile, such as the Detroit Free Press (which is a communistic entity) [Rice, Doyle (of USA Today). "UN report says 1 million species at risk of extinction." Detroit Free Press, 7 May 2019, p. 11A.]. A smart and good person has to wonder how the one-million figure was determined. A smart and good person has to wonder what facts were used to determine whether or not a particular species would disappear soon [Note: Remember--The manmade-climate-change data, which is used by the United Nations, is untrustworthy.]. A smart and good person has to wonder what entity has been created to keep track of which species will disappear, since it will take a team of millions and millions of persons doing countless hours of research work "in the field" to come up with answers, given the Earth is big [Note: A person cannot determine well all the types of bugs and the number of bugs that the person has living in the lawn of the person's front lawn without taking days and days and days or weeks and weeks and weeks of carefully tearing up the lawn (like an archaeological dig) to make a count.]. A smart and good person has to wonder why the report did not give specifics about when the species would disappear; if the report were valid, it would make it clear when the extinct dates were likely to occur, instead of noting something like "near future." By the way, the Detroit Free Press article pushed out the idea that man has "severely altered" the planet so much that it is leading to the extinct process, though a smart and good person who sees what is around the self on a daily basis, such as the birds and skunks and racoons and deer that can be found in city areas, and sees satellite images of the planet knows man has affected little of the planet really, and the Detroit Free Press pushed out the idea from the report that the loss of species "already is ten to hundreds of times higher than it has been, on average, over the last 10 million years....", though a smart and good person knows, to date, man has little information about all the species that ever lived on the planet, even within the last ten million years, given the research field is in infancy. Based on what I have presented here so far, I can state that the report from the United Nations is logically defective and useless information--and full of crap.
[Note: It seems to me "rats" are not on the nearly immediate extinction list.]
Entry for June 5, 2019: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
On June 5, 2019, I happened to open up the edition for the day of the Detroit Free Press, the communistic-guided newspaper, and I saw two related stories in it--"Lakes Erie, Superior hit record levels" (Bauman, Anna. "Lakes Erie, Superior hit record levels." Detroit Free Press, 5 June 2019, pp. 4A and 5A.] and "Scientists say CO2 levels highest in millions of years" (Rice, Doyle. "Scientists say CO2 levels highest in millions of years." Detroit Free Press, 5 June 2019, p. 8A.]. One of the paragraphs in the latter story was--"Levels at Hawaii's Mauna Loa Observatory averaged 414.8 parts per million in May, surging past yet another climate milestone. This level hasn't been seen in human history and is also higher than in millions of years.". The former story noted, for example--"...The Great Lakes basin has experienced high precipitation for at least six years, with a steep increase in the last month, Lofgren [Brent Lofgren of the Great Lakes Environmental Research lab] said. But this increase comes at the end of a lengthy period of record low water levels that lasted from the 1990s to about 2013, both scientists said..." and "...Gronewold [Drew Gronewold] and another University of Michigan professor, Richard Rood, published an article on Tuesday arguing that climate change is driving the rapid shifts between high and low lake levels....". So, I went to a computer tied to the Internet, and I looked for a graphic image of the water levels of the Great Lakes since 1918. I found a bunch graphics showing levels, such as "Great Lakes Water Levels (1918-2011)" (which was on a website tied to the Watershed Council of Petoskey, Michigan, and had data from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) and "Great Lakes Water Levels (1918-2019)" (which was on the website tied to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Detroit District). The two graphs (and others) show how the water levels have gone up and down on the Great Lakes over the decades--and that is the way the world goes, since it is impossible for anything to be exactly the same from year to year and from decade to decade. Go look at the graphs! Can you find the "rapid shifts between high and low lake levels" in the way that the two scientists are pushing that you should believe have happened? There are general consistencies over in the 1918-to-2019 range. There are general periods of up and general periods of down (related to a so-called average line), and within each general period, there are ups and downs. In the last twelve years, I have seen--though slight--the water level of Lake Huron near Rogers City (Michigan) go up and down a bit, and this year is it higher than it has been, and I have talked with people in the general Rogers City over the years, and they have pointed out how, some decades ago, the water level was much higher and there was less beach area [Note: This year, I have had to set up a "screen house" farther up the beach than I have had to do over the last twelve summers.]. And are you going to tell me that scientists have enough accurate data of over the last million years or last some number of millions of years--for every year or every month (which would be better) to say that we have the highest amount of CO2 of the last million years or last some number of millions of years--given scientists are working with really, really, really small amounts of CO2 and do not actually have data take from the atmosphere of each year or each month of the last million years or last number of millions of years. The article about the CO2 levels noted--"This is the highest seasonal peak recorded in 61 years of observations atop Hawaii's largest volcano, and the seventh consecutive year of global increases in concentrations of CO2. The 2019 peak value was 2.5 parts per million higher than the 411.3 ppm peak reached in May 2018; that's the second-highest annual jump on record....". Wow, does not that sound horrific? Notice how the article pushed the idea that the level "surged". What does "surged" mean? Was it really a "surge" that can be called a "SURGE"? It sounds as if the text is over-stating things--by a lot. By the way, the article brought up NOAA, which was tied to "Climategate" and distorted past weather data. [Note: Over last some number of million years, there have been shifts a bit in the locations of the continents on the Earth and shifts in what Hawaii was or was not, and I wonder whether or not scientists have taken changes in locations and in sizes of land masses over the years into consideration. I bet they have not.]. Hold it! At about 11:34 a.m. on June 5, 2019, I was about done with writing this section of the document, and I was listening to WJR-AM, Detroit, Michigan, and Dick Haefner (who had been with the station as the news director since 1989) was reading the news, and he read a story about how Australian scientists were now predicting the end of mankind because of man-caused climate change if something drastic was not done now in relation to carbon dioxide. Since I did not have access to the wire service from which Dick Haefner got the story, and I quickly did an Internet search and found, for example, a story tied to CBS news entitled "Human civilization faces 'existential risk' by 2050 according to new Australian climate change report" [Pascus, Brian. "Human civilization faces 'existential risk' by 2050 according to new Australian climate change report." CBSnews.com, 4 June 2019, 5:18 p.m.), and it was about a report written by David Spratt and Ian Dunlop and published by "Breakthrough--National Centre for Climate Restoration" (Melbourne, Australia) in May 2019. I read the article. One part of the article was (which was based on writing by the authors of the Australian report)--"...human civilization could end by 2050 due to the destabilizing societal and environmental factors caused by a rapidly warming planet....". Hold it! Soon after the report by "Breakthrough--National Centre for Climate Restoration" was issued, the Detroit Free Press published two climate-related stories, which were and are nonsense. Hold it again! I thought the planet was going to die in 12 years (as is the theme of this document) or less than 12 years, as being pushed out by the United Nations, but civilization will not be gone till 2050, which is a couple decades away. I thought all the climate-change geniuses (which is said in jest) had the dates all worked out? The articles and the report are all part of a collage of nonsense! [Note: On Sunday, June 2, 2019, I did my part to "save the planet"--For several hours, I burned parts of dead trees that had fallen over the last number of months at least, and that reduced the amount of stuff that could have led to a forest fire, and that led to my giving the surrounding plants, such as cedar trees and pine trees, carbon dioxide from which to live better, and my potato plants and flowers are growing well and look happy.]
Entry for July 17, 2019: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
I begin my noting that the water level for Hammond Bay of Lake Huron of Michigan of the United States of America is higher than it has been in the last twelve seasons, but I report that it not higher than it has been in the recent past, such as in the late 1950s or early 1960s, and my proof is the tree line in the area and information from people who have been in the area since the 1950s. Yet, people are pushing out the idea that the water levels are the highest ever, and a good example of such a person is John Gallagher (a pusher of socialism and communism) of the Detroit Free Press, who on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, had an article published in the Detroit Free Press for the day entitled "A preview of climate change?" (Gallagher, John. "A preview of climate change?" Detroit Free Press, 16 July 2019, pp. 1A and 7A.), and he pushed out in the story such text as--"...Not that we can blame coastal flooding from spring rains and record high water levels in the Great Lakes on climate change....". John Gallagher passed along crap about so-called manmade climate change leading to the death of the planet in his article. However, John Gallagher was beaten out as a bigger jackass and piece of shit of a man of the the recent past by Prince Charles (of England), who on July 11, 2019, pushed out the idea that--"I am firmly of the view that the next 18 months will decide our ability to keep climate change to survivable levels and to restore nature to the equilibrium we need for our survival" (Fernandez, Colin. "Princes Charles gives the world 18 months to save humanity from climate change and keep global warming to 'survivable' levels." The Daily Mail (the United Kingdom), 19:24 EDT [updated 09:08 EDT on July 12, 2019]). I consider the statement something from an idiot man. Consider other idiocy from Prince Charles. In July 2009, Prince Charles pushed out publicly the idea that the people of the world have only 96 months (eight years) to save the world or save the world from "irretrievable climate and ecosystem collapse, and all that goes with it...." (Verkaik, Robert. "Just 96 months to save world, says Prince Charles." The Independent (the United Kingdom), 9 July 2009, 00:00.). Hold it! Eight years beyond 2009 was 2017, and yet in 2017, the planet was still alive. In addition, in July 2009, Prince Charles was pushing out the idea that blame can be put on "capitalism" and "consumerism". The prediction of 2009 failed. So, in 2019, Prince Charles has come out with an 18-month idea now. The predictions of climate change are based on nothing concrete, and so the garbage predictions keep on coming, even from goof-ball royality--and royals are almost always defective-thinking people because they have done nothing in life. I wonder if Prince Charles was inspired to make his comments after having seen the story about how three scientists, one of whom was Alex Robel (a glaciologist and an assistant professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology), were saying a day or so earlier that a glacier the size of Florida is becoming unstable in the Antarctic and could break off and lead to dire implications related to water levels in the world, which--I assume--will include Hammond Bay of Lake Huron of Michigan of the United States of America (Aguilera, Jasmine. "A Glacier the Size of Florida Is Becoming Unstable. It Has Dire Implications for Global Sea Levels." Time, 10 July 2019.).
Entry for October 23, 2019: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
However, National Geographic put out the edition for September 2019 that works to tell you that, for instance, "THE ARCTIC IS HEATING UP" because of man, and the National Audubon Society is predicting that man is killing off the birds of the world by using carbon-based fuels that are heating up the planet [Note: Do not birds like warm winter so that plants and bugs will go and lead to more food for the birds?]. I am not going to waste time on the material in the September 2019 edition of National Geographic, which is a communistic/socialistic publication, but I note that even the people of the National Geographic are pushing the crap of man killing the planet at this time when the famous prediction of a year ago is one-year old or so. I will talk about birds and the National Audubon Society. The National Audubon Society says that, by 2100, two-thirds of the birds on the North American continent will be threatened with extinction, if global warming tops 5.4 degrees by 2100 [Rice, Doyle. "'Bird emergency': Two-thirds face extinction." Detroit Free Press, 11 October 2019, p. 14A. [Note: The wording style of the article is defective, since it is vague--If the writers were not working to be vague, they would have said that two-thirds of the birds will become extinct.]]. The prediction is another fact-less prediction related to the global-climate-change idea about man's using fossil fuels. By the way, around the middle of October 2019, news entities were publishing information from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (or NOAA) about winter-weather forecasts or predictions, and one article that I saw (Witsil, Frank. "Mich. winter forecast: Plain old cold, with extra snow." Detroit Free Press, 18 October 2019, p. 4A.) noted--"...The outlook doesn't project snowfall, because that generally is not predictable more than a week in advance, and even during a warmer-than-average winter, cold and snow should be still expected....". The article entitled "'Bird emergency': Two-thirds face extinction" in the Detroit Free Press of October 11, 2019 had this material--"...'A lot of people paid attention to last month's report that North America has lost nearly a third of it birds,' said David Yarnold, CEO and president of Audubon. 'This new data pivots forward and imagines an even more frightening future. It's a bird emergency.'...." I report that I do not trust the information, such as bird surveys, from the National Audubon Society, since the entity is tied to many people who consider themselves enviromentalists (environmental activists, who are not reliable researchers), unlike years and years ago. In addition, the article noted--"...Three hundred eighty-nine out of 604 species are at risk of extinction from climate change, the report said. A few of the imperiled species include state birds such as Minnesota's common loon, New Jersey's goldfinch and California's quail....". I ask--How does the National Audubon Society know "389" out of "604" and which birds will get threatened? We have no idea what the weather will be over the next eighty years. Of course, the prediction that is the underlying theme of this document says that the world will be dead in eleven years (given on what date I write this), so why is the National Audubon Society talking about birds of eighty years or so from now.
Entry for November 19, 2020: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
So, in the fall of 2018, people, such communists, were pushing out the idea that the planet is going to be dead in twelve years, if, for example, people in the United States of America do not stop using carbon-based fuels, such as oil, coal, and wood immediately, and now two years have passed, so we are down to ten years. On November 19, 2020, I fired up my computer in the morning, and when I got to the "Yahoo!" page on the Internet, I got exposed to fake news and propaganda through a story entitled "The Universe Just Keeps Getting Hotter. That Shouldn't Be Happening.". My first thought, based on the title of the article, was who says that the universe keeps getting hotter, given almost nothing is known about the universe today and given real study of the universe only really got going in the last century. People on Earth have little data about the climate of this planet, shown by how weathercasters can barely predict weather a week away for a given place, and they have even less information about the universe. The article pushed forth the idea that scientists, such as Yi-Kuan Chiang of the Ohio State University, are saying that the universe is heating and not cooling down (the latter related to the expanding universe idea). Maybe, the universe is heating up and not cooling down, but that means nothing to people on this planet--for the next few years or for centuries or millions and millions of years. Yet, the article turned the news into a propaganda piece, as you can see through the last sentences of the article--"...So what does all this mean for us? Well, if the universe is getting hotter, that might mean we'll also see an increase in cosmic radiation. That doesn't bode well for us Earthlings.". The theme is bullshit--in this day-and-age of the lie of the manmade-global warming idea--and the article was trying to hint that cosmic radiation would probably increase soon, like in the next few years, and, maybe, the article was hinting that the people of Earth (who really do not read the short article well or think well or are stupid) are contributing to the death of the universe by what they are doing. The article was and is journalistic malpractice, and it shows more of the work to push the manmade-global-warmnig lie!
Entry for December 13, 2020: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
Before starting to write this section in the afternoon of December 13, 2020, I had to shovel snow--three-inches of heavy snow--on what amounts to some 500-feet lane of a place located along Lake Huron, where the water is higher than it has been in fifteen years, which had caused me to not be able to set up a screen house at the beach this past summer because some 150 feet of beach is gone (taken away by the lake over the last two years) when compared to the beach area of 15 years ago. By the way, the beach area has been a terrible place to see good bikini gals over the last 15 years, but that is not surprising since, it seems to me, the nature of the American woman has gone to crap in a way, because many women have wanted to be like men, dressing like men, which makes them lazy and puts them in a state of mind where they do not care as much about their shape--so they look like and walk like men. I could have written this section the previous evening, when I found the article, but I had other things to do. The focus of this section is an article entitled "Water Is Running Out So Fast, Wall Street Is Trading It Like Gold and Oil" [Spector, Nicole. "Water Is Running Out So Fast, Wall Street Is Trading It LIke Gold and Oil.": Yahoo.com, 11 December 2020, 4:30 p.m. CST.]. The title made me think it was written by socialist or communist, because it is nonsense, and you should notice it was written by a gal, and, to me, the odds are good she is a "feminist" and a crappy looking woman (always angry looking and hard-edged). Hold it! I have learned over my 67 years that what is in the mind of a person over the years does over time show up on the face. The article had this material--"...A recent study published in the journal Earth's Future and highlighted by Harvard University found that by 2071, almost half of the fresh water basins in the country may fall short of meeting the monthly water demand. The projected shortage comes down to two key factors: increased demand as human population in the U.S. swells; and diminished supply because of climate change....". The people who put together the study have no idea what the weather patterns will be over the next fifty years of so. Water does not disappear from the planet--water does not escape the atmosphere and head to the moon or Mars. Keep in mind--About 70 percent of the surface area of the planet is water. And consider--In the Detroit area, water is taken up from, for example, Lake Huron and Lake Erie, and the water goes to water-treatment plants, and the water gets sent out to buildings (such as houses), and the water gets used (such as through drinking), and the waste water leaves the buildings, and the water usually goes through waste-water treatment plants, and the water is returned to the Great Lakes. So they say that the water is disappearing? That is crap! Notice the article uses "may" (in "may fall short'), and that hints the people involved with the study are pushing useless guesses. By the way, Harvard University is a communistic entity, so it cannot be trusted, especially in a speculative piece. The entire story is fake news and crap news. And a person has to keep in mind that the predictors of the end of the world are hinting that the seas and oceans and lakes and rivers are all going to rise and swell in the next eight years or so--killing things and destroying things. Yet, the article pushes out the idea that water is disappearing. You cannot have both ideas at the same time! Well, the beach and lake will be out my window next summer, maybe a good bikini gal will show up, but it had better not be one who thinks the water is going to disappear soon. Incidentally, this past summer, I had the best crop of tomatoes ever, in relation to the crops of the previous fourteen seasons, and, yes, I did water them regularly.
Entry for January 27, 2021: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
On January 20, 2021, Joseph Biden (a Democrat and a supporter of communism, socialism, Sharia, and more that is rotten) became the U.S. president, and on that day, through executive order, Joseph Biden killed the work being done of the famous Keystone XL oil pipeline (which involved the United States of America and Canada), and, immediately, thousands of jobs (union jobs) were killed, but Joseph Biden did not care about the loss of jobs, since Joseph Biden and his defective associates were pushing the idea the new "green" jobs--making solar panels, for example--would soon come, though a good and smart person was well aware it can take years to create so-called new technical jobs (which involves years of training and more), and January 20, 2021, was the start of more idiocy related to so-called saving the planet from man and man's use of carbon-based fuels. A week later--on January 27, 2021--a press conference was held in Washington, D.C., in which John Kerry (a communist who had tried to be the U.S. president) was one of the featured speakers, and, then, John Kerry was considered the "Special Presidential Envoy for Climate," and after the event, John Kerry was scheduled to meet with Joseph Biden. The event showed up more the idiocy that the environmental movement was or is. Hurricanes have been around for decades and centuries, and if a person does a search on the Internet, the person will find lists about the hurricanes that have affected the North American continent since the 1800s. Hurricanes are not new, or hurricanes are not a recent development, such as because of the idea that man is causing hurricanes to develop, which has never happened, and causing stronger hurricanes to develop because man is using carbon-based fuels. Man cannot kill off hurricanes, since man is too small. Hold it! Let me back up. When Joseph Biden killed the Keystone XL pipeline, Joseph Biden simply made it so that--in the short run--foreign countries would now sell more of their oil to the United States of America, which would make those countries more money and would put the United States of America in more debt to other countries, such as those in the Middle East. On January 27, 2021, John Kerry put out a bunch of nutty statements, and one of the statements was illogical and was an answer related to the United States of America's plan (under Joseph Biden) to spend more money to fight climate change, and the money was going to be in the trillions of dollars--"...It costs a lot more if you don't do things we need to do. It costs a lot more! There are countless economic analyses now that show that it is now cheaper to deal with the crisis of climate than it is to ignore it. We spent 265-billion dollars two years ago on...three storms--Irma, Harvey, and Maria. Maria destroyed Puerto Rico. Harvey dropped more water on Houston in five days than goes over Niagara Falls in a year. And Irma had the first recorded winds of 155 miles an hour for 24 sustained hours. Last year, we had one storm--55-billion dollars---so we're spending the money, folks! We're just not doing it smart. We're not doing it in a way that would actually sustain us for the long term. So this is, ah, critical!....". Hold it! Man cannot stop hurricanes! Man cannot spend a bunch of money to create wind turbines and solar panels while killing the using of carbon-based materials and think we would stop hurricanes from developing. By the way, in the 1800s, there were hurricanes, and man had no input into creating them. How much was or is or will be spent to clean up after hurricanes is useless information. Since the late 1800s, metropolitan areas have gotten bigger on the North American continent, and there are more metropolitan areas, so, when a hurricane hits today, more things are going to get hit today than one-hundred years ago, so more money will have to be paid out, and more work will have to be done to fix things, and a person has to take into account inflation from year to year and decade to decade. John Kerry's talking about money to clean things up is crap stuff. How can anyone put together an analysis of something yet to come, or how can anyone show that it will cost less in the long run to spend money now on so-called climate-change things, given it is not known what the world will be like in the years to come, given the world does what it does, and given man cannot know how many hurricanes will be created by the Earth for the years to come so that someone can make a calculation? The press conference was a collage of idiocy, another job to push the lie that man is killing the planet so that communists and such--evil people--can make big money and get in control of countries, especially the United States of America!
Entry for April 11, 2021: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
When the dinosaurs were around, there was a lot of carbon dioxide in the air, and there had to be to allow plants to be so abundant that super-big plant-eating dinosaurs could have something to eat and could have evolved, and because there were super-big dinosaurs, there had to be a lot of carbon dioxide in the air, allowing a lot of plants to grow, and then the Earth did not die. On Friday, April 9, 2021, I saw an article in the Detroit Free Press [Rice, Doyle. "Earth's carbon dioxide levels highest in over 3 million years." Detroit Free Press, 9 April 2021, p. 14A.] that came off as crap and showed off the rottenness of people in the federal government, and here is the article as a "for-the-record" entry for this document--"The COVID-19 pandemic did nothing to slow the root cause of global warming. In fact, the level of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere is now higher than it had been in at least 3.6 million years, federal scientists announced Wednesday. At that time, sea levels were as much as 78 feet higher, the average temperature was 7 degrees Fahrenheit higher than in preindustrial times, Greenland was mostly green, and Antarctica had trees. Overall, levels of carbon dioxide and methane - the two most important greenhouse gases - continued their unrelenting rise in 2020 despite the economic slowdown caused by the pandemic, according to scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 'Human activity is driving climate change,' Colm Sweeney of NOAA's Global Monitoring Laboratory said in a statement release Wednesday. 'If we want to mitigate the worst impacts, it's going to take a deliberate focus on reducing fossil fuels emissions to near zero - and even then we'll need to look for ways to further remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.' The burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas released greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane, which has caused the temperature of the Earth's atmosphere to rise to levels that cannot be explained by natural causes, scientists say. In the past 20 years, the world's temperature has risen about two-thirds of a degree, NOAA said. 'We're completely certain that the increase in CO2 is warming the planet,' Kate Marvel, a climate scientist at NASA, told the Capital Weather Gang this week.". Hold it! Where was Greenland some 3.6 million years ago? The continents moved over the 3.6-million-year history. What other things about the planet are different between 3.6-million years ago and today? What was the Earth's core like years ago? What were the magnetic fields like years ago? Where is the proof--proof--that man has caused the temperature to rise recently? This portion of the article--"...which has caused the Earth's atmosphere to rise to levels that cannot be explained by natural causes..."--can mean that the scientists are missing something. So, years ago, Greenland was mostly green and Antarctica had trees, and yet the world survives today! Where is the problem? The article is idiocy! Maybe, we will have things as big as dinosaurs soon because carbon dioxide will be abundant enough for a lot of plants to grow, which will give animals a lot to eat. [Note: The "Capital Weather Gang" started out as a blog in 2004 and became tied to The Washington Post (a communistic newspaper) in 2008, and since almost every member is a white guy (as noted through the website in April 2021), I can say that, basically, the entity is made up of a bunch of white communists, which is head by James Samenow.]
Entry for April 27, 2021: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
On April 27, 2021, I got exposed to something that was highly illogical and rotten. The thing was a so-called news story in the Detroit Free Press entitled "New study: Climate change has shifted the Earth's axis" [Rice, Doyle. "New study: Climate change has shifted the Earth's axis." Detroit Free Press, 27 April 2021, p. 2A.]. I state--the theme in the story is not possible. Look at the story (as a "for-the-record" piece that will show in the years to come just how far rotten people will take nonsense)--"Climate change is likely the cause of a recent shift in the Earth's axis of rotation, a new study suggests. Melting glaciers around the world--a result of rising atmospheric temperatures from the burning of fossil fulels--redistributed enough water to cause the locations of the North and South Poles to move eastward since the mid-1990s. The locations of the poles aren't fixed and unchanging. The way water moves around the planet's surface is one factor that causes the two poles to drift, the study said. Each year, as the globe warms, hundreds of billions of tons of ice melt into the Earth's oceans. 'The faster ice melting under global warming was the most likely cause of the directional change of the polar drift in the 1990s,' study co-author Shanshan Deng of the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research at the Chinese Academy of Sciences said in a statement. Since 1980, each pole has moved roughly 13 feet. In addition to melting glaciers, the pumping of groundwater has contributed to the shift in Earth's axis, the study said. In the past, only natural factors such as ocean current and the convection of hot rock deep in the planet contributed to the pole drift, the Guardian said. Climate scientist Vince Humphrey, from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, who was not involved in the new research, said the Earth spins around its axis like a top. If the weight of a top is moving around, the spinning top would start to lean and wobble as its rotational axis changes. The same thing happens to the Earth that it can change the axes of the Earth.' However, the movement of the Earth's axis is not large enough to affect daily life, he added: It could change the length of a day, but only by milliseconds. The study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Geophysical Research Letters, a publication of the American Geophysical Union.". Hold it! So there was a "recent shift". If the shift was a recent event, some big event all at once should have happened first (right before). With melting over time, the shift would be over time--not at once. In addition, it has yet to be proved that the "burning of fossil fuels" is a big contributor to climate change. China is a communistic country, and communists lie, and China lied about the "China virus" (COVID-19), and so we should listen to Shanshan Deng of China. I do not think so. The article talked about "pumping of groundwater". Should not the article have talked about the pumping of "oil" out of the ground and the moving of rock from mines, such as gold mines and calcite mines and salt mines? The article talked about "convention of hot rock" in the Earth, but it did not talk about the shift in weight or mass of the core, which no one in the environmental movement talks about (it seems). The core affects the magnetic fields of the Earth. It is a big thing, as is the sun. It theme of the article does not add up.
[Note: I report that I do not trust the American Geophysical Union, based on my seeing the website (a weak presentation) for the entity on May 3, 2021, which was noted that the entity was focusing on "diversity, ethics, and inclusion" (which is bullshit stuff) and which is involved with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Geophysical Society, which are communistic entities).]
Entry for May 10, 2021: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
On May 6, 2021, I took a long-distance drive in Michigan, and at one point, I heard a radio report about some new environmental story through Fox News (the radio entity), and the report was predicting more dire stuff, and it sounded like idiocy, and then it was not till May 7, 2021, that I went looking for the story--though not in earnest--and I did not find it, but I found some stuff to pass along here. I found a story of May 1, 2007--some 15 years previous--entitled "Arctic ice cap melting 30 years ahead of forecast" [Zabarenko, Deborah. "Arctic ice cap melting 30 years ahead of forecast." Reuters.com, 1 May 2007, 2:03 p.m..], and, for one, the story noted--"...This means the ocean at the top of the world could be free or nearly free of summer ice by 2020, three decades sooner than the global panel's gloomiest forecast of 2050....". By the way, I did not look hard for the stories noted in this section; the stories were thrown up by "Google" in the first few pages of stories offered in relation to my search terms. So, that story turned out to be crap! John Kerry, at this time the U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, pushed a bunch of crap on August 31, 2009, about the climate, and he reported publicly that scientists say that the Arctic will be ice-free in 2013 and not in 2050 (as was being predicted by others) [Richert, Catherine. "Kerry claims the Arctic will be ice-free by summer 2013." Politifact.com, 2 September 2009.]. That prediction pushed out by John Kerry turned out to be crap! Hey, get this next story! Around March 2019, it was being predicted that "...Even if we stopped emitting any more greenhouse gases right now, we still could not save the Arctic...." [Cross, Daniel T. "UN: it's too late to save the Arctic from warming." sustainability-times.com, 19 March 2019. I guess the Arctic is gone now! Hold it! I have to back up in time. Around November 2016, children were being taught by ScienceNewsforStudents.org that the Arctic could be ice-free by 2050 [Sumner, Thomas. "Arctic sea could be ice-free by 2050." sciencenewsforstudents.org, 16 November 2016, 7:00 a.m..], and the story noted that "....This might be the first time the summer Arctic has been ice-free in 125,000 years....". The year "2050" is the big prediction for the disaster year. Hold it again! Based on the prediction of 2018, the planet will be dead by 2030, so why the hell are the predictors talking about 2050? On May 6, 2021, wbur.org issued a story called "Study Predicts 'Rapid And Unstoppable' Antarctic Ice Melt If Paris Targets Missed" [Moran, Barbara. "Study Predicts 'Rapid And Unstoppable' Antarctic Ice Melt If Paris Targets Missed." wbur.org, 6 May 2021.}, and the story noted--based on stuff from Rob DeConto (a professor at the University of Massachusetts) and others--that ice melting could be much faster in the second half of the century than predicted previously if countries do not do something fast, and it was reported that, if Antarctica alone completely lost ice, the levels of the seas would rise 187 feet, and it was reported that Phil Duffy (the president and executive director of the Woodell Climate Research Center) said that "...there are two causes of sea level rise--ocean water expanding as it gets warmer and land ice melting into the sea....". Hold it! Hold it! Are you going to tell me that liquid water expands so much as it warms that it expands out greatly. Put water in a plastic cup or jug, and put the container with the water in the freezer, and after there is ice in the container (the ice has expanded the container), set the container on a table or a room, and let the ice melt so that there is water in the container only, and measure the water level every so often, and keep a record of the height, and stop taking readings when the water gets to about 80-degrees Fahrenheit, and see what your statistics show. Did the water expand enough to even notice? Remember--the seas are not going to get above about 80-degrees Fahrenheit, so there is no reason to go above 80-degrees Fahrenheit on your statistical chart, and, really, the water temperature range is from about 32-degrees Fahrenheit to about 80-degress Fahrenheit. The idea that warming water of the oceans is going to be a big deal in relation to flooding the coastal cities is nonsense! And what do you have when ice melts to water?
Entry for June 29, 2021: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
From the summer to 2019 to the summer of 2020, the waters of Lake Huron rose, and I saw the change in person on many days of that time, living right off of Lake Huron for many of the days of that time period. For the summer of 2020, I was unable to set up a screen house on the beach, as I had over the previous fourteen years, because the water to up and beach had been taken away. For the summer of 2021, the lake was down, and I was able to set up the screen house and use it regularly. Hurray! That reminds me. The May 2000 issue of a magazine called Reason had an article that talked about predictions made around 1970 by ecologists and climate-change people about what is going to happen to the planet because of man, and on July 28, 2021, the article--"Earth Day, Then and Now" (written by Ronald Bailey)--was available at reason.com, and, by the way, one piece of quoted material in that article came from Kenneth Wait (a so-called ecologist), and it was--"We have about five more years at the outside to do something.". On June 28, 2021, Jennifer Granholm the head of the U.S. Department of Energy (though she had no previous experience related to energy) and a former governor of Michigan, appeared on CNN as a guest for Erica Hill, and one thing that they talked about was a recent building collapse in Surfside, Florida, and Jennifer Granholm pushed the idea that climate change was involved, and Jennifer Granholm said--"...Michigan, where I'm from, we've seen the loss of beaches because the waters are rising....". Jennifer Granholm pushed bullshit! The water of Lake Huron was way down over 2020 on the day that Jennifer Granholm got to push her crap on television. And I report that, over the last five decades or more, the water level of Lake Huron has gone up, then down, then up, then down, then up.... And that is that!
Entry for June 30, 2021: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
On June 30, 2021, I ran into an article that I had to pass along here, and it was entitled "Climate change makes poison ivy grow even nastier" [Stein, Emma. "Climate changes makes poison ivy grow even nastier." Detroit Free Press, 30 June 2021, pp. 1A and 7A.]. The story was in the rag--the communistic rag--known as the Detroit Free Press. Look at what was on the first page of the article--"Katie McGlashen didn't have to walk more than a few steps outside her office at the Eddy Discovery Center at Waterloo Recreation Area in Chelsea to find a long, twisting vine of poison ivy crawling up a tree. Just a few feet down the path, there's a small patch springing up from the ground, its leaves edging toward the trail, reaching for any passersby. Climate change has led to more frequent heat waves, stronger hurricanes, melting glaciers and rising sea levels. And now, in another impact of climate change, poison ivy is becoming more abundant and toxic as the years go by. 'I've been here about 10 years,' said McGlashen, a park interpreter. 'So I think over my lifetime, I definitely have seen an increase in poison ivy. I can tell the difference.' This increase in poison ivy is due to higher levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, according to a 2006 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences....". I left out a bit more on the first page, because I saw no reason to add it to this document. Yes, maybe, there is more poison ivy at the Eddy Discovery Center. And so it goes in nature! Where is the study of the entire planet that shows poison ivy in increasing or has increased over the planet, and where it the proof that the cause is so-called climate change (specially manmade climate change, which is really what is meant in the article)? One little piss-ass park does not make up the world. A world study is needed for Katie McGlashen to even begin to make a statement about poison ivy increasing in the world, and Emma Stein put together an article that had no real basis in fact, especially the line about "more frequent heat waves, stronger hurricanes, melting glaciers and rising sea levels....". Katie McGlashen passed along junk not based on science and surveys--it was flap-doodle stuff (going on guesses and feelings). Only a screw-up would believe the crap (a scare tactic and journalistic malpractice) presented by Katie McGlashen and Emma Stein (another stupid woman in the news field) through the Detroit Free Press. And I do hope you caught the nutty idea that that poison ivy is stalking you--eager to pounce on you like a wolf monster carrying a chainsaw in the forest of an old-time horror movie.
Entry for September 10, 2021: I state that there has been no real clue that the planet is dying yet.
Well, let me see. No, I have no clues about the Earth dying, and the prediction is about three years old now. However, in the summer of 2021, I did see evidence that strong storms, such as hurricanes, yet exist, and the history of hurricanes go back for decades and decades and decades, and, for example, Hurricane Ida caused problems in the eastern half of the country from New Orleans to New York City, and water from Hurricane Ida flooded subways--down-below-ground things--in New York City. Hey, here is something to consider. People think manmade global climate change was the reason flooding occurred in places of the country because of Hurricane Ida (and other storms). When did the manmade global climate change begin in the United States of America (or the world)? Some say that it is a recent thing because of man's use of carbon. But maybe it was in the 1800s when it started, and it was started by settlers and American Indians burning wood, such as to cook fish. Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is a lighthouse, the history of which goes back to the middle of the 1800s in relation to real Frensel lens history for the lighthouse, but Cape Hatteras (the place) had lamps to light the way for sailors back around 1803. Books and articles in magazines and such can be found that report on the history of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, which is tied to North Carolina and Pamlico Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Here is some information from an article entitled "150th Anniversary of the First Lighting of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse on December 16, 2020, which was written by Kevin P. Duffus, and the article was in Lighthouse Digest for January - February 2021, running from page 40 to page 50--"...In 1832, according to U.S. Treasury Department reports published in The American Pharos, Or LightHouse Guide, the lighthouse was, at that time, one mile from the ocean. Fewer than two decades later, when Cap'n 'Naka's great-grandfather Benjamin Fulcher was keeper at Cape Hatteras in the late 1840s, the high-tide line had receded to just a half mile away. On the day in 1919 when Cap'n 'Naka became the principal keeper at the lighthouse, the ocean's waves were crashing just 200 feet from the base on the tower. In 1936, the government abandoned the seemingly doomed tower for the next 14 years until a transitory accretion of the beach encouraged the Coast Guard to reestablish the light at the top of the preeminent landmark...." Yes, maybe those American Indians helped in causing the waters to get closer and closer to Cape Hatteras in the 1800s and early 1900s. Blame the American Indians! Blame the settlers from China and Europe and everywhere else! [Note: I am joking about the settlers and the American Indians.] I report--The Earth is ever changing because of the sun, the moon, the core of the Earth, et cetera, and that is the way it is, and the tides rise and fall and rise and fall and rise and fall, as they have for centuries and centuries and centuries.
Entry for October 2, 2021: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are three years into a twelve-year prediction.
On October 1, 2021, I got exposed to an article on the Internet, which probably got little attention around the country, and the article, which was related to Newsweek, was entitled "Largest Underwater Eruption Makes New Volcano Bigger Than Empire State Building" [Lea, Robert. "Largest Underwater Eruption Makes New Volcano Bigger Than Empire State Building." msn.com, 1 October 2021.]. For decades, it has been known that lava and such break through the ocean floors regularly, and the heat from the lava heats water, and it seems to me there is no data that shows how many such events take place in a year or if one year has more events than a previous year. On and in around May 10, 2018--the year of the prediction that concerns this document--a new volcano was created underwater near the island of Mayotte, which is in the Indian Ocean, and it seems a research-like paper about the event only recently became known to the general public because of Neature. Yes, four years after the event had taken place, people finally could not contain themselves and they had to announce the event, and what was created was a volcano that was about two times as tall as the Empire State Building, which is located in New York City, New York. It was a big volcanic event, and I contend the event affected water in the area and weather, and little has been said about the event, but people say that man's using carbon-based fuels is killing the planet. Oh, do not carbon-related gases escape every volcanic event? The answer is yes.
Entry for November 1, 2021: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are three years into a twelve-year prediction.
Around the time of international "climate conferences," where idiotic and rotten politicians from the countries of the world come together to push crap, defective and nonsense news stories get published by socialistic and communistic and progressive-type news entities to sell the idea that the world is dying or will die soon, or stories make predictions that are ludicrous. On October 31, 2021, a United Nations Climate Change Conference began at Glasgow, Scotland, and it was scheduled to run through November 12, 2021, and on November 1, 2021, I got exposed to a foolish story through Yahoo.com called "This Is Where the First Climate Wars Will Break Out" [Pearl, Mike (Daily Beast). "This Is Where the First Climate Wars Will Break Out." yahoo.com, 1 November 2021, 3:52 a.m..], and the story noted that some so-called smart people were saying that climate wars are very likely to show up first in Asia, Africa, and Arctic--not because of people tired of poverty from socialism and communism and tribal stuff and progressivism and the like--because of the climate. Meanwhile, a lot lava was flowing out of the volcano on La Palma Island of the Canary Islands, which are located in the Atlantic Ocean near Morocco, which is on the continent of Africa. In fact, on September 9, 2021, the big erupt on La Palma Island began, and it pushed out ash, water vapor (which is harmless and is like rain), and various gases, especially carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide. By the way, plants need carbon dioxide, and that means carbon dioxide is not bad. Sulfur dioxide can be a killer, as can other gases from volcanoes, such as carbon monoxide. Around the time of the eruption on La Palma Island, I could easily find stories--video clips--on YouTube that showed volcanic events, such as spewing gases and such, from the volcano, but news stories were not being pushed out, such as on Yahoo, about how the eruption might affect the climate. Incredible amounts of ash and other stuff were being pushed out into the atmosphere from the volcano on La Palma Island, and it seems very likely to me that the event would affect the climate--at least in the short run. And the people at the United Nations Climate Change Conference were not thinking of ways to stop the volcano once and for all to save the planet!
Entry for November 9, 2021: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are three years into a twelve-year prediction.
Nancy Pelosi (a Democrat) is a U.S. Congresswoman related to California, and Nancy Pelosi was on November 9, 2021, was serving as the head of the U.S. House of Representatives. On November 9, 2021, Nancy Pelosi was able to speak at the climate conference (or COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, and Nancy Pelosi showed off her rotten mind through what she said. I only need to show one part of her speech to show her rottenness, and a good and smart person can see from the part that the people with the climate conference are conducting a collage of idiocy. Nancy Pelosi said--"...This is, a nearly trillion-dollar investment in Build Back Better [Act] and Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework recognizes the interconnectedness of climate change and gender justice and enables women and girls to lead a just transition to a clean energy economy of the future....". By the way, while Nancy Pelosi was working to teach idiocy and sell idiocy as something not idiocy at the COP26 event, several volcanoes of the world were active and were spewing stuff from below the surface of the Earth, such as ash and carbon dioxide and lava.
[Note: Around the time that U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi spoke the nonsense presented in the previous paragraph, Tom Goldtooth (an American Indian-type) was at the COP26 event, and while there, he pushed out crap in a complaint about using the term "net zero," saying it was "greenwash." Tom Goldtooth is associated with the Indigenous Environmental Network (in mostly North America). Oh, there is that old rule--If you talk like a communist and act like a communist, then you are a communist, even if you try to say that you are an Indigenous person. Here is some text (which is communistic) from the website for the Indigenous Environmental Network, which I got on November 10. 2021--"Established in 1990 within the United Sates, IEN was formed by grassroots Indigenous peoples and individuals to address environmental and economic justice issues (EJ). IEN's activities included building the capacity of Indigenous communities and tribal governments to develop mechanisms to protect our sacred sites, land, water, air, natural resources, health of both our people and all living things, and to build economically sustainable communities. IEN accomplishes this by maintaining an informational clearinghouse, organizing campaigns, direct actions and public awareness, building the capacity of community and tribes to address EJ issues, development of initiatives to impact policy, and building alliances among Indigenous communities, tribes, inter-tribal and Indigenous organizations, people-of-color/ethnic organizations, faith-based and women groups, youth, labor, environmental organizations and others. IEN convenes local, regional and national meetings on environmental and economic justice issues, and provides support, resources and referral to Indigenous communities and youth throughout primarily North American - and in recent years - globally.". That statement is flap-doodle stuff, loaded with crap that communists push, such as "economic justice" and "sustainable communities". I note that the American Indian culture and community, trapped in tribal crap of decades and centuries past, is loaded with, for example, poverty and alcoholism, and the American Indian culture cannot even sustain itself well but it wants to dictate to the world. And a person who reads the quoted material from IEN can even detect racism in the people associated with it. IEN is a shit organization.]
Entry for November 23, 2021: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are three years into a twelve-year prediction.
Near the end of the climate talking-head event, involving some 200 countries, in Glasgow, Scotland, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said such things as--"...Our fragile planet is hanging by a thread...." and "...We are still knocking on the door of climate catastrophe....". At the event, the politicians of the nations that attended came up with an agreement about the climate and about using carbon-based stuff, though some politicians wanted more to be done. In the end, John Kerry, the "Special Presidential Envoy for Climate," pushed out this idea--"...It's a good deal for the world....". So more crap for the world was on the way!
Entry for January 4, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are three years into a twelve-year prediction.
This document is one that I add information to when I get around to it, so I sometimes have something in a pile next to the computer that I will let sit for a while till I get the in the mood to add the something. On December 14, 2021, I added a something to the pile but not this document, and it has just sat around till now. On the December 2021 date, I was exposed to an article on the Internet called "Antarctic's 'doomsday glacier' is facing threat of imminent collapse, scientists warn" [Knowles, David. "Antarctic's 'doomsday glacier' is facing threat of imminent collapse, scientists warn." yahoo.com, 14 December 2021, 5:02 p.m..]. Well, today is January 4, 2022, and the "imminent collapse" has yet to happen. It will never happen! Look at the idiocy pushed out by the people involved with the article, and some of the people--so-called scientists--are tied to the American Geophysical Union, which comes off through this article as a shit organization. It is said that a glacier the size of Florida is going to breakaway from Antarctic very soon. Let me look at that idea logically. If something the size of Antarctic was going to break off, it is not going to move off, such as to the equator, since it will be so big and heavy that it will be locked into the bottom of the ocean where it is. Ice has mass and weight, and something the size of Florida is going to stall and go nowhere. Oh, the article also pushed out information from NASA (a jackass organization), and the information was a prediction that, by 2100, the ocean levels will have risen by two feet to six feet. I guess the guys and gals at NASA are expecting the iceberg the size of Florida to sail off into the sunset by 2100 and melt. I report that one person named as some type of authority to believe in in the article was Erin Pettit, who was a glaciologist at Oregon State University, which is based in a socialistic state, where, in the summer of 2021, socialists in control politically allowed looting and rioting to go on unchecked in cities. It is all idiocy from evil people!
Entry for January 19, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are three years into a twelve-year prediction.
On Saturday, January 15, 2022, a volcano called the Hunga Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai volcano blew up greatly (it had had an eruption on January 13, 2022, too). Then, it was being considered one of the biggest blow-ups in three decades or so. It looked as if, by around January 19, 2022, scientists were saying that the eruption of ash and such was going to affected weather in some areas--making things cooler--for at least a short while. Tonga, an inhabited island, was hit with a lot of ash debris. And so goes the world of the volcano!
Entry for January 24, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are a little more than four years into a twelve-year prediction.
In 2021 and early 2022 (at least), people were hearing about "social-media" entities or "social-media" service providers, such as "facebook," shutting down accounts of people or entities for presenting information that the service providers disagreed with, citing the materials are fake or lies or whatever. Also around the same time, good and honorable people were coming across propaganda from main-media entities in the United States of America that was truly fake news or bad news or propaganda, and social-media service providers were letting the material stand. On January 24, 2022, I was exposed to propaganda while using the Internet in the morning, and the propaganda was about climate change and was being pushed by MSN (the known communistic entity). MSN pushed out the article that was officially from Mailonline or The Daily Mail, and the piece was written by Ryan Morrison and entitled "Climate change could create 'rivers in the sky' over East Asia (and it was published on the same day). Here is the text--"Parts of East Asia could see 'rivers in the sky' form due to climate change, bringing record-breaking levels of rainfall with them, a new study has revealed. Researchers created a model to investigate the behaviour of atmospheric rivers and extreme rainfall in East Asia under different climate change outcomes. They were inspired to look at the topic after East Asia suffered extremely heavy rainfall events in July 2018 and July 2020 cased by atmospheric rivers. These rivers in the sky are narrow bands of concentrated water vapour that flow through the atmosphere, and can lead to high levels of rainfall over mountains. The team, from the University of Tsukuba, Japan, found that if temperatures rise by 7.2...[degreees] F..., a worst case scenario, atmospheric rivers would be strengthened, leading to unprecedented, record breaking levels of rainfall throughout East Asia. While they only looked at East Asia, the team say their predictions would also apply to mid-latitude areas with steep mountain ranges, including Europe and North America.". This piece is a good example of a scare piece! The piece is more "model" crap, which is not based on real facts. The article used the term "revealed" What does it reveal that is fact? To me, it is a bunch of guessing based on nothing from kids who are playing around! So many scare pieces push the idea of "could" or "might", and, if the something does not happen, then the users of "could" or "might" can simply push the idea that, for example, what was done by government saved the day, even though what was done in truth had no affect. Notice how "rivers in the sky" can shake up people, making them think or image that something like real rivers, maybe like the Nile or the Mississippi, could form in the sky. The article was garbage, and the world just keeps on spinning around.
Entry for March 28, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying, and we are a little more than three years into a twelve-year prediction.
Here I look at only a few stories of nonsense that showed up for people in March 2002 in relation to climate change, and that mans I have to throw away a story called "Study: Warmer summers worsen tick infestations for US moose" of November 2021 [Flesher, John. "Study: Warmer summers worsen tick infestations for US moose." Detroit Free Press, 26 November 2021, 5A.] that I put in a pile of stuff and forgot about. While the Russians were attacking Ukraine for yet another day--an attack that had started on February 21, 2002--the Detroit Free Press had a story called "UN report: 'Parts of the planet will become uninhabitable'" for readers on March 1, 2022 [Pulver, Dinah Vooyles and Doyle Rice. "UN report: 'Parts of the planet will become uninhabitable.'" At the time, Death Valley of the United States of America was no great place to live, as it had not been for years and years, and the beginning of the story was--"Life in some locations on the planet is rapidly reaching the point where it will be too hot for the species that live there to survive, international climate experts said in a report Monday. 'With climate change, some parts of the planet will become uninhabitable,' said German scientist Hans-Otto Portner, co-chair of Working Group II for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which produced the report released in Berlin....". Hold it! I state that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a corrupt entity, being at the heart of the "Climategate" scandal. In other words, I say that the IPCC is a useless source for conclusions related to climate change, and it has no proof man is killing the planet. The article had later--"...'Human-induced climate change, including more frequent and intense extreme events, has caused widespread adverse impacts and related losses and damages to nature and people, beyond natural climate variability,' the report said...." And the article really laid in on thick in the end, saying--"...People are suffering and dying from climate change, Ebi [Kristie Ebi] said, and rising temperatures are harming pregnancy outcomes....". On March 8, 2022, Fox Business published a story called "Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg claims EV transportation will bring 'cost savings' to Americans" [Betz, Bradford, and Peter Aitkin. "Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg claims EV transportation will bring 'cost savings' to Americans." foxbusiness.com, 8 March 2022.], and it was hinted that people--during the time of rising gas prices because of inflation and actions by the Joseph Biden administration--should spend money and buy an Electric Vehicle to save money and save the planet, though such a vehicle could cost around $40,000 or $50,000, and Pete Buttigieg did not explain how there would be any savings, especially since such things as cobalt and lithium needed for car batteries come from such places and the Congo, China, and Russia, the two of which are certainly enemies of the United States of America. I saw an article from the Detroit Free Press on March 23, 2022, called "GREAT LAKES HOT AND GETTING HOTTER" [Mathney, Keith. ""GREAT LAKES HOT AND GETTING HOTTER." Detroit Free Press, 23 March 2022, pp. 1A and 6A.]. The subtitle was--"Heat waves causing chaos for fish with worst to come as effects of climate change kick in". Here is how the article began--"Heat waves in Great Lakes water--periods when the lakes are well above their historic average temperatures for a given time of year for five days straight or longer--are becoming more frequent, lasting longer, and affecting larger portions of the lakes, new research has found....". Then this guess stuff and prediction stuff based on nothing showed up--"Human-driven climate change is the largest contributing factor, and researchers have found similar trends on large lakes globally, from Africa to Siberia. The lake heat waves could become three to 25 times more likely by the end of the century if greenhouse gas emissions are not significantly curbed, reseraches said....". Hold it! What is the proof that fish are in chaos? Where is the proof that man is the "largest contributing factor"? There is yet to be proof that man is killing the planet. Here was the third paragraph--"'We find that over the past 30 years or so, these heat waves are getting progressively more extreme and longer-lasting. And that will continue to happen into the future,' said R. Iestyn Woolway, a climate scientist at Bangor University in Wales and author of the twin studies, one released last fall looking at Great Lakes heat waves and a second study published last month looking at large lakes globally....". Hold it! How does R. Iestyn Woolway know what is going to happen in the future? The article had this material--"...Woolway and his team used Great Lakes surface temperature datasets compiled by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellites, temperature data that's regularly validated against the readings of temperature-measuring buoys deployed on the lakes....". Notice they are only using "surface temperature". What about the rest of the water in a particular lake? Here was a part of the article--"...Some fish and other aquatic species require colder temperatures and can't adapt well to warmer ones....". Yes, that can be true. But it is not as if fish cannot adapt to a degree or two of change over time--it is not like being a pot of water on a stove that can go from cold to very hot very quickly. The theme about adaptation is idiocy. The article pushed out the idea that deeper water may be becoming "oxygen-starved," so fish may not be able to go deeper. Maybe that is true. But why do the fish have to go deeper to begin with, given a degree or so of change will not cause "chaos," and in the summer, fish find that the surface temperature of a lake can vary widely based on, for example, whether or not the sun is out or whether or not it is partially cloudy or overcast. It is all stupidity from scare merchants! On March 25, 2022, msn.com (the communistic entity) pushed out the story called "The UN plans to extend weather warming system to everyone on the planet" [Calma, Justine. "The UN plans to extend weather warning system to everyone on the planet." msn.com, 25 March 2022.]. The plan is to have an international weather-warning system set up within five years. I say that, of course, an international body is going to spend, for example, money from the U.S on something that really is not needed. The article did note that one in three persons in the world is not protected by an early warning weather system. But a lot of places do not need a weather-warning system. And who is going to control it? Will it be a communistic entity or country? It is, in essence, the idea that an international entity is pushing to spend money of at least some countries, or the international entity is going to suck money out of some countries and give the money to other countries. So U.S. money has to go to build something in a lot of countries that are rotten and are rotten to the citizens--it should be up to an individual government to get things done right and care for the citizens properly, such as by making weather-warning systems, but so many governments are corrupt. And it was the United Nations that was directly involved in Climategate, too.
[Note: The life span of a fish is short, such as a couple years, so, in twenty years, a family of fish can go through many life cycles. The lifespan of man can be 80 years, so adaption is much lower than that of a fish. Yet, history shows the height of Michiganians has become taller in just several generations and especially since the early 1700s. Are you going to tell me that fish cannot adapt in twenty years to a degree or so increase in temperature--if the change even comes?]
Entry for April 5, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man, but maybe there is another problem.
On April 4, 2022, U.S. News and World Report was associated with the publishing of an article of sorts on the Internet, and the article was called "U.N. Report Details 'Fast Track to Climate Disaster'" [Smith-Schoenwalder, Cecila (U.S. News and World Report). "U.N. Report Details 'Fast Track to Climate Disaster'." msn.com, 4 April 2022.]. The portion of the article that I could see (without choosing to see more) was--"Greenhouse gas emissions must fall even faster than previously pledged to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, according to a new report from the U.N.-appointed Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. 'The jury has reached a verdict, and it is damning,' U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said at a press conference announcing the report. 'We are on a fast track to climate change.' Guterres called the report a 'litany of broken climate promises' that catalogs the 'empty pledges that put us firmly on track towards an unlivable world.' 'To keep the 1.5 degree limit agreed in Paris within reach, we need to cut global emissions by 45% this decade,' he said at a press conference. 'But current climate pledges would mean a 14% increase in emissions, and most major emitters are not taking the steps needed to fulfill even these inadequate promises.' Even if global emissions can be cut by 45%, the report concludes that it is nearly guaranteed that the world would temporarily exceed the temperature threshold before dropping by the end of the century. This report warns that limiting global warming will require major transitions in the energy sector, including a substantial reduction in fossil fuel use. According to the report, climate models show that the use of coal would need to be reduced by 95%, oil by 60% and natural gas by 45% by 2050 when compared to 2019 levels in order to limit warming to 1.5 degrees....". And there you have it. It is more predictions based on "models" (guesses), and now the people are talking about 2050 (though the prediction that is the focus of this document says that it is all over in about nine years. I ask (in jest)--Will we make it to 2050?. When I saw the article, I remembered what I had seen on April 2, 2022, on the Internet, and it was a video-type thing called "Earth's magnetic poles are flipping: Are We in danger?", and the subtitle was "A new challenge for earth." I did not watch the video. There was this text on the screen--"It seems that our planet is facing a new challenge in the coming years. After dealing with climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, a possible magnetic pole reversal could mean the end of humanity.". Well, that does that! All the predictions about man killing the planet are bullshit, and even if true, the world with man is done for, since the poles will reverse, and that will be the end! Do you see all the idiocy?
[Note: On April 5, 2022, the Detroit Free Press published a story called "UN says Earth is 'on track' to unlivable status" [Jordans, Frank, and Seth Borenstein. "UN says Earth is 'on track' to unlivable status." Detroit Free Press, 5 April 2022, p. 13A.]. Look at some text from the article--"...Such cuts would be hard to achieve without drastic, economy-wide measures, the panel acknowledged. It's more likely that the world will pass 2.7 degrees and efforts will then need to be made to bring temperatures back down again, including by removing vast amounts of carbon dioxide - the main greenhouse gas - from the atmosphere. Many experts say this is unfeasible with current technologies, and even if it could be done it would be far costlier than preventing the emissions in the first place. Among the solutions recommended are a rapid shift away from fossil fuels toward renewable energy such as increasingly cheap solar and wind power, the electrification of transport, less meat consumption, more efficient use of resources and massive financial support for poor countries unable to pay for such measures without help. The situation is as if humanity has 'gone to the doctor in a very unhealthy condition,' and the doctor saying 'you need to change, it's a radical change. If you don't you're in trouble,' said the report co-author Pete Smith, professor of soils and global change at the University Aberdeen. 'It's not like a diet,' Smith said. 'It is a fundamental lifestyle change. It's changing what you eat, how much you eat and get on a more active lifestyle.' One move often described as 'low-hanging fruit' by scientists is to plug methane leaks from mines, wells and landfills that release the potent but short-lived greenhouse gas into the atmosphere." You should understand the idiocy presented. For example, notice how the article was working to sell the idea that people should stop eating meat, and one reason for the sell was to support the cause of people--hard-core vegetarians who are communists and the like--who object to man's killing animals to eat, which has been a way of life for millions of years for man and all animals because that is life. So "diet" was a theme pushed, and your giving money to other people to so-called save the world was a theme ( and it was also designed to sell you on spreading the wealth--your money--to defective and failing countries, such as those run by dictators and communists and socialists and progressives). Hold it! Think about the animals-and-methane idea. Every animal releases methane, whether the animal eats plants or animals, such as eats only plants or eats plants and animals. So the article hints that you should eat only plants. But if you eat only plants, you will still produce methane (showing up as farts). No one can stop animals from producing methane. Of course, people can reduce the number of animals on the planet, but that will not save animals or the planet.]
Entry for April 19, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
Yes, the planet is not dying, but people are dying by the thousands because of communists and socialists and progressives ("enslavists"). John Kerry (a former U.S. Senator and the main environmental advisor to Joseph Biden) is a supporter of communism and socialism and progressivism, which are rotten forms of government, and Vladimir Putin (the head of Russia) is a supporter of communism and socialism and progressivism. On February 21, 2022, Vladimir Putin started a war with and started attacking Ukraine, using missiles and tanks and more, and Vladimir Putin was attacking because he noted recently that Ukrainians and Russians have a shared history, so they should be together in one country or under one control--Vladimir Putin's control (though Ukrainians did not want to be with Vladimir Putin). Some things that Vladimir Putin said in public on April 12, 2022--to justify his killing people to bring Russians and Ukrainians back together [happily ?]--were--"...On the one hand, we are helping and saving people, and on the other, we are simply taking measures to ensure the security of Russia itself...." and "...They were deliberately fostering these neo-Nazi grassroots, and their clash with the Russian forces was inevitable...." and "...They were simply biding their time for an attack, and the ensuring ensuing events demonstrated how deep these roots go. The neo-Nazism became a fact of life for our neighboring country. It was a matter of time....". Good and honorable and smart people knew Ukraine was not going to attack Russia first, so Vladimir Putin pushed out crap from his shitty mind. Meanwhile, on the same day, people were learning what John Kerry (a Democratic, of course) said in relation to the war at the "Our Oceans" conference, and he reported that the United States of America and the world should rush to get more offshore renewable power sources set up, because Vladimir Put cannot control the wind. Of course, good and honorable and smart people knew no person can control the wind and the wind is variable and unreliable as a regular power source. In addition, a smart and honorable and good person was aware that, if the country ends up with a lot of wind sources set up out in off-shore areas and if the country pushes down other sources of energy production, an enemy country can put the country with all the off-shore power-generating stuff in deep hurt by attacking and destroying the off-shore power sources (quickly). John Kerry, like Vladimir Putin, is a dangerous man and an evil man, and the planet just keeps on trucking along, and the winds just keep on blowing (sometimes enough to wipe out or damage or destroy wind turbines).
Entry for July 9, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
Now let us hear from some "bubble heads." First, a person can become so specialized in a type of work or career, such as as a scientist, that the person is stupid or ignorant about most other things, and that person can be without good common sense about the world. Here is another story from Yahoo!, which likes to put out nonsense stories regularly. On July 9, 2022, Yahoo! had a story on the Internet called "MIT scientists think they've discovered how to fully reverse climate change" [Hawkins, Joshua. "MIT scientists think they've discovered how to fully reverse climate change." yahoo.com, 9 July 2022.]. It was reported in the story that MIT guys and gals thought about setting up "space bubbles" in space--in the area known as the "L1 Lagrangian area--and the "space bubbles' would be placed between the Earth and the Sun, and they would block solar radiation from the sun from getting to the Earth. I say that the idea, which seemed to be first proposed roughly by a guy named Roger Angel, does hint that the MIT bubble heads think climate change is related to the Sun mostly and not man's using carbon, so the article does "pop" (like popping a bubble) some thoughts about man's being the main reason that the planet is going to be dead in roughly eight years.
Entry for August 30, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
Hey, keep this section in mind--some decades from today to see if it comes true. On Tuesday, August 30, 2022, the Detroit Free Press published yet another story tied to manmade climate change. The story was called "'Zombie ice' predicted to raise seas by 10 inches" [Borenstein, Seth. "'Zombie ice' predicted to raise seas by 10 inches." Detroit Free Press, 30 August 2022, p. 1A and 3A.]. The subtitle was--"Massive Greenland ice sheet is melting due to climate change". Okay, let me get super-serious. Ice has been melting off ice sheets for centuries. For example, snow falls on ice sheets, adding ice and such to ice sheets, and, at the same time, ice melts from ice sheets (when the ice gets in contact with warmer things), and if there was no ice melting, ice sheets would grow and grow and cover the planet. One paragraph way into the article was--"Although 10 inches doesn't sound like much, that's a global average. Some coastal areas will be hit with more, and high tides and storms on top of that could be even worse, so this much sea level rise 'will have huge societal, economic and environmental impacts,' said Ellyn Enderlin, a geosciences professor at Boise State University.". Notice it is all guessing! By the way, keep Ellyn Enderlin in mind. The third to the last paragraph in the story was--"Colgan responded that the team doesn't know how long it will take for all the doomed ice to melt, but making an educated guess, it would probably be by the end of this century or at least by 2150." By the way, the "Colgan" is William Colgan, a glaciologist at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland. So such persons as Ellyn Enderlin and William Colgan have calculated all the events that will effect the Earth by 2150. Bullshit!
Entry for November 7, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
I have this information, which comes from a somewhat big newspaper of the Detroit, and I can say somewhat big newspapers and even small newspapers are helping to push along the idiocy that man is killing the planet by using carbon, though maybe sometimes without understanding the newspapers are helping to push the idiocy (given just because a person works as a writer or editor at a newspaper, it does not mean the person is smart and useful). On October 12, 2022, The Oakland Press+Royal Oak Tribune (of the northern Detroit area of Michigan) pushed out an article called "Parts of Asia, Africa may become uninhabitable" ["Parts of Asia, Africa may become uninhabitable." The Oakland Press+Royal Oak Tribune, 12 October 2022, p. 2.]. Look at the article--"By the year 2100, extreme heat events will make parts of Asia and Africa uninhabitable, the United Nations and the Red Cross said Monday. Projected death rates from heat waves are 'staggeringly high,' comparable to all cancers or all infectious diseases, according to a report released ahead of next month's U.N. Climate Change Conference in Egypt by the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Cross Societies. The report adds to the growing number of studies that show climate change is exacerbating the magnitude and frequency of extreme weather events.". It was bullshit information! For example, where is the proof that there are more frequent "extreme weather events"? And consider--How can anyone predict what a big planet will be like in eighty years? In addition, what the hell does the Red Cross know about the climate and predicting climate events. On November 6, 2022, the COP27 conference began in Egypt, and on the first day of so-called earnest discussions and talks, which was November 7, 2022, the Secretary General of the U.N--Antonio Guterres--said--"...We are on a highway to hell with our foot on the accelerator....". Hold it! The article from the The Oakland Press+Royal Oak Tribune had "may" in the title, and it is that "may" or "could be" or "might" stuff again that works to push nothing more than unfounded speculation and is nothing more than something sent out to scare people, especially stupid people and young people. [And we have reached the point where the planet only has eight more years left, based on the jackass prediction that is the basis of the theme of this document.]
Entry for November 10, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
I have yet to see a story in the Detroit Free Press that counters anything related to the idea that man is killing the planet by using carbon-based fuels, and there are probably many other newspapers that fail to provide an alternative idea to that about killing the planet, and, someday in the future, someone will look back at old issues of the Detroit Free Press (those of around today) and see it was all crap that the Detroit Free Press reported. Consider the article about the climate conference published in the Detroit Free Press for November 8, 2022--"Gore, others gave heated warnings in climate talks" [Borenstein, Seth. "Gore, others give heated warnings in climate talks." Detroit Free Press, 8 November 2022, p. 11A.]. A photograph with the article had this caption material--"'Humanity has a choice: cooperate or perish,' U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres said Monday at the COP27 climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.". In the story, there was this material--"'Choose life over death,' former U.S. Vice President Al Gore urged. 'It is not time for moral cowardice.'....". Later in the story, this was presented--"'Africa should not pay for crimes they have not committed,' Central African Republic president Faustin Archange Touadera said, adding that rich nations were to blame for the climate problem.". Other persons with comments were presented in the story, but I shall leave the remainder uncovered here. The last line in the article came from Antonio Guterres, and it was--"'It is either a Climate Solidarity Pact--or a Collective Suicide Pact.'." The next day--November 9, 2022--the Detroit Free Press had yet another article about the conference, and it was--"Treaty against fossil fuels floated at UN summit" [Jordans, Frank, and Wanjohi Kabukuru. "Treaty against fossil fuels floated at UN summit." Detroit Free Press, 9 November 2022, p. 8A.]. Look at the open few words of the article--"SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt -- The world should confront climate change the way it does nuclear weapons, by agreeing to a non-proliferation treaty that stops further production of fossil fuels, a small island nation leader urged Tuesday. The proposal by Tuvalu came as vulnerable nations pushed for more action and money at international climate talks in Egypt, while big polluters remained divided over who should pay for the damage industrial greenhouse gas emissions have done to the planet. 'We all know that the leading cause of climate crisis is fossil fuels,' Tuvalu Prime Minister Kausea Natano told his fellow leaders....". Here is one more piece of idiocy from the article--"A year ago at climate talks in Glasgow, a proposal to call for a 'phase out' of coal -- the dirtiest of the fossil fuels -- was changed at the last minute to 'phase down' by a demand from India, earning the wrath of vulnerable countries. Since then the global energy crunch triggered by the Russian invasion of Ukraine has prompted a scramble by some countries and companies seeking to tap fresh gas and oil sources. Pushing back against that, vulnerable nations also called for a global tax on the profits of fossil fuel corporations that are making billions of dollars daily from sky-high energy prices. 'It is about time that these companies are made to pay a global carbon tax on their profits as a source of funding for loss and damage,' said Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda....". And yet another section of the article was--"Speaking for a country that as suffered from the consequences of climate change recently, Somalia's president said it faces 'one of the worst droughts in modern history.'....". I state that there is no evidence that man's using of carbon-based fuels has resulted in a drought in Somalia, which has been a defected country and culture with poverty for decades and decades and decades--it is a place of ignorance. All the people to whom I referred in this section of my document should go down in history as pushers of lies and crap and death.
Entry for November 15, 2022: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
I have to report on articles that push the nonsense about man killing the planet so that, some day in the future, people can see all the crap that got pushed on people's minds in, for example, the 2020s. On November 15, 2022, I was finally exposed to an article published in the Detroit Free Press for November 4, 2022, called "UN report: Climate issues worsening" [Borenstein, Seth. "UN report: Climate issues worsening." Detroit Free Press, 7 November 2022, p. 8A.]. The first paragraph of the article was--"SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt -- Earth's warming weather and rising seas are getting worse and doing so faster than before, the World Meteorological Organization warned Sunday in a somber note as world leaders started gathering for international climate negotiations.". I report that, this year or this summer, the water level of Lake Huron (the Michigan side) was down a lot from what it had been over the last two or three summers, and now the level is more like what I have usually seen over the last 15 years. Maybe water has left Lake Huron (one of the Great Lakes) and caused the Atlantic Ocean to rise a tiny bit. It is not as if new water has been created on the planet or showed up on the planet from outer space. Water just gets shifted around. The second paragraph of the story was--"'The latest State of the Global Climate report is a chronicle of climate chaos,' United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said. 'We must answer the planet's distress signal with action - ambition, credible climate action.". Okay, what "climate chaos" was Antonio Guterres talking about? From the news, I have only heard about the usual weather things--hurricanes and tornadoes and rain. When a hurricane hits upper Lake Huron, such as the Michigan side, then I might see something that could be called something related to "climate chaos." The third paragraph of the news (so-called news story) was--"In its annual state of the climate report, the United Nations' weather agency said that sea level rise in the past decade was double what it was in the 1990s and since January 2020 has jumped at a higher rate than that. Since the decade began, seas are rising at 2 inches compared to 0.08 inches in the 1990s.". And a person has to ask--What was the cause of that, even if the information is true? And it is not as if sea levels have not risen and fallen and risen and fallen over and over again in at least recorded history. What was the cause? The article has no information about a cause, such as the sun. The fifth paragraph was--"'The melting (of ice) game we have lost and also the sea level rate,' WMO chief Petteri Taalas told The Associated Press, 'There are no positive indicators so far." So? The sixth paragraph was--""The only reason that the globe hasn't broken annual temperature records in the past few years is a rare three-year La Nina weather phenomenon, he said.". That is laying it on thick. Do you mean one little "La Nina" thing has saved the entire planet? And the seventh paragraph was--"The data on sea level and average temperatures are nothing compared to how climate change has hit people in extreme weather. The report highlights the summer's incredible flood in Pakistan that killed more than 1,700 people and displaced 7.9 million, a crippling four-year drought in East Africa that has left more than 8 million hungry, the Yangtze River drying to its lowest level in August, and record heat waves broiling people in Europe and China.". Hey, in the 1930s, parts of the United States of America has a big drought, and there was the "Dust Bowl" time. And it is not as if people in Africa have not had days of great hunger in the past, and yet the people have stayed in Africa and have not created man-made ways to deal with knocking down hunger, but the tribal way of life for centuries has led to nothing as a rule, except tribes fighting tribes. That is about enough of that about the article. Here is the final paragraph of the story--"'What climate scientists have warned about for decades is upon us. And will continue to worsen without action,' said University of Georgia meteorology professor Marshall Shepherd. 'Two things must go away--Climate delayism and speaking about climate change impacts in the future tense. It's here.'" What the hell is "climate delayism"? I report that the term is flap doodle from a bookish idiot! No one in history has ever delayed the climate or the weather! Man is a pissy little small thing! And that covers a "for-the-record" note from me.
Entry for January 3, 2023: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
I went on YouTube on January 2, 2023, and I was given--on the main page--a bunch of things to see. One of the things was a video called "Carl Sagan testifying before Congress in 1985 on climate change" (which was rated at sixteen minutes and fifty-three seconds). The video was a C-SPAN video from December 10, 1985, and the main focuses was on Carl Sagan, who was speaking before a committee of the U.S. Senate headed by U.S. Senator David Durenberger. Early in the video, I saw Carl Sagan say--"...The, ah, power of, ah, human beings to, ah, affect and, ah, control and change the environment is growing as our technology grows. And, ah, at present time, we clearly have reached the stage where we are capable--both intentionally and inadvertentaly--to make, ah, significant changes in the global climate and in the global ecosystem, and we probably been doing on, on a smaller scale things like that for, ah, a very long period of time. Ah, for example, ah, slash-and-burn agriculture, ah, which 'as been with us ten of thousands of years probably, ah, changes the climate to some extend, ah, by changing the albedo reflectivity of the earth....". So in relation to the entry date of this paragraph, Carl Sagan was pushing the idea some 38 years ago that man was killing the planet by doing things. In essence, Carl Sagan then brought up the idea that Egypt was once the breadbasket of the Roman empire, and Carl Sagan pushed out the idea--without sounding like he had proof to backup what he was saying--that over-grazing could have been the downfall of Egypt's breadbasket status, but a smart and honorable person has to wonder how over-grazing has any good ties to climate change, which was the theme of the report to the committee on December 10, 1985, a date that was beyond when slash-and-burn agriculture had started in the world, and yet the world was still around on December 10, 1985. Carl Sagan offered no real proof that man could drastically change the climate of the earth or was drastically changing the climate--he just rattled off words. And the world is still around! Oh, what slash-and-burn agriculture is going on in the United States of America and Canada and Mexico and Russia and Europe? If it is going on in the world, it is not much. I feel Carl Sagan's time speaking was a slash-and-burn moment, based on how he spoke.
Entry for January 13, 2023: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
Over the last sixty years, "environmentalists" (communists and socialists and progressives and other freaks) have worked to say the planet is dying because man and man's use of carbon-based fuels, and they have predicted man is causing the planet to cool (such as in the 1970s) and man is causing the planet to heat up (such as in recent years). In late December 2022, the United States of America got hit with yet another big winter blast (as has happened from time to time over the decades), and the wintery conditions screwed up travel plans for people, such as around Christmas time, and some people had tons of snow to shovel. In essence, the wintery event took place in the second half of the week of Sunday, December 18, 2022, and in the first half of the week of Sunday, December 25, 2022. Some places ended up with incredible amounts of snow, such as Buffalo, New York. The National Weather Service had more than 200-million persons tied to weather advisories or weather warnings in around Friday, December 23, 2022 [Hollingsworth, Heather, and Jill Bleed. "Winter blast blankets millions across country." Detroit Free Press, 24 December 2022, pp. 1A and 3A.]. By the way, on December 24, 2022, the Detroit Free Press published a story called "Canadian polar bears dying at fast rate" [Naishadham, Suman. "Canadian polar bears dying at fast rate." Detroit Free Press, 24 December 2022, p. 7A.]. In essence, the story pushed out the idea that climate change [caused by man] is resulting in less ice for polar bears in Western Hudson Bay. On December 27, 2022, the Detroit Free Press published the story called "At least 28 dead in NY blizzard" [Thompson, Carolyn. "At least 28 dead in NY blizzard." Detroit Free Press, 27 December 2022, pp. 1A and 6A.]. The weather varies from year to year at every place on Earth, in essence; it is not perfect. I guess it could be said that warm weather has killed polar bears and cold weather has killed people. Stop the cold weather and stop the warm weather to save lives! [Note: Do you see the joke?]
Entry for February 15, 2023: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
Here is a simple section. On Wednesday, February 15, 2023, I saw a news story from The Associated Press called "UN chief: Rising seas risk 'death sentence' for some nations" [Lederer, Edith M., and Jennifer McDermot. "UN chief: Rising seas risk 'death sentence' for some nations." The Associated Press, 14, February 2023, 8:08 p.m..]. The story was about, for example, what the secretary-general of the United Nations--Antonio Guterres--said in public on the previous Tuesday. Antonio Guterres worked to sell that idea that sea levels are going to "rise significantly" if man does not stop manmade climate change soon, and he noted that the problem with the planet as caused by man is going to be a "death sentence" for some countries and places, such as Cairo, Lagos, Maputo, Bangkok, Dhaka, Jakarta, Mumbai, Shanghai, Copenhagen, London, Los Angeles, New York, Buenos Aires, and Santiago. The work by Antonio Guterres was high level scare-tactic stuff and propaganda. I state that it is impossible for complete cities to end up dead because rising sea levels supposedly caused by man, but cities can die because they adopt communism and socialism and progressivism and liberalism, which are political systems based on violence and lies.
Entry for March 21, 2023: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
The first entry in this document is for March 20, 2019, a date that showed up several months after the prediction that it tied to this document had been made, and on March 20, 2023, I learn that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (or the IPCC) of the United Nations had pushed out a "final warning" related to the 1.5C idea on the same day. On March 20, 2023, the IPCC pushed out a new report--the sixth (the first of which had been issued in 1990)--about manmade-climate change (or whatever it is called), and this report was deemed to be a "synthesis report," the words denoting the report was not based on new data and research. The report was simply a collection of thoughts based on pass stuff [Note: I hope none of the stuff was tied to the "Climategate" lies.]. The report--the "final warning"--inspired Antonio Guterres to work to sell the idea that "Our world needs climate action on all fronts--act now or it will be too late.". It must be pointed out that it was stressed that the "climate budget" will be used up before 2030 as things stand, and I leave the theme presented as vague, since the whole climate-change theme from, for one, the United Nations is all vague, still lacking proof the man is killing the planet, and, at this point, the famous prediction is almost five-years old, and that means the planet should go quickly to pot in the next seven years, and a good and smart person can determine that is impossible.
Entry for March 22, 2023: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
After I saw the "final warning" in print (on the Internet), I expected to see news stories--so-called news stories--related to it, ones published by people who wanted to help sell the bullshit, and on the morning on March 22, 2023, I got exposed to some, especially two, on the Internet. The first story that I came across was "Earth is on the brink of a global WATER CRISIS, experts say," which was attributed to someone called Shivali Best, whose was tied to The Daily Mail, and the story was said to have been published the previous day. Look at the material that appeared in the story before a reader was given a photograph that showed someone scooping up water in open hands--"Earth is on the brink of a global water crisis, a new UNESCO report has warned. Globally, two billion people -- a quarter of the population -- lack access to safe drinking water, while almost half the population (46 per cent) do not have access to safely managed sanitation, according to the report. Worrying, experts say that without urgent action, things are set to get much worse. 'There is an urgent need to establish strong international mechanisms to prevent the global water crisis from spiralling out of control,' said Augdrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO. 'Water is our common future and it is essential to act together to share it equitably and manage it sustainably.'." "UNESCO" stands for the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (which was founded in 1945). Right there, I have a problem--UNESCO is tied to the United Nations, which is controlled by socialists and communists, and the IPCC, which is propaganda entity, is tied to the United Nations. In essence, nothing is said about why many people have bad water or no water or whatever (and the article goes on a side track about waste and sanitation, which has nothing to do with climate change), but the story implies that manmade climate change is the problem. That is bullshit! In the title of UNESCO is "Cultural", and the water problem can mostly be tied to rotten cultures, especially in Africa and South America, where in the 1900s, many societies were yet primitive and were tribal, and regularly there were wars between various tribes, which blocked the ability of societies to create things, such as water treatment plants and waste-water treatment plants, and, really, the primitive nature of the people and the cultural and religious states of the people had been blocking the modernization of the societies for decades and centuries, and, for example, the political systems--with chiefs in charge of villages and such--was a big main blocking force, since chiefs and such were more interested in keeping power and passing it along to children than in developing beyond what the societies were [Note: And I must point out that the American Indian society would probably still by like that of the 1600s and 1700s if the European had not come to the North American continent, and I say that the American Indian culture was stalled and dead.]. The story is another one in which more "international mechanisms" (international rules) should be imposed, and, to me, I see that as more international rules--socialistic and communistic rules from the United Nations--need to be imposed on the people as the United States of America to make it be communistic and socialistic. The water-crisis story is bullshit, and the water crisis will not be knocked down till communism and socialism are knocked down in the world. The next story that I came across was called "The Earth has tilted on its axis differently over the last few decades due to melting ice caps", and it was attributed to "Story by email@example.com (Alyin Wood...", and it was published by Business Insider on some recent date, and it was said that the story was updated from the original story of April 2021, so it was recycled crap. In roughly the opening of the story, it was said--"...Since l980, Earth's north and south poles have drifted about 13 feet. The poles are where the planet's surface intersects with its axis of rotation -- the invisible line running through the center of Earth's mass, which it spins around. But their geographic locations aren't fixed. As the Earth's axis moves, so do the poles. A study published in March 2021 found that Earth's axis started shifting drastically in 1995, speeding the movement of the poles and changing its direction. The culprit behind that shift, the researchers found, was melting glaciers...." and "...'The trend is mostly driven by the sustained mass change that is happening in the Greenland ice sheet and many glaciers around the globe,' said Surendra Adhikari, an Earth scientist of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.....". Hey, I report that NASA is tied to the "Climategate" event and corruption of climate data and more. "Thirteen feet" is almost nothing or is nothing, given how big the Earth is. How can scientists say that the problem is ice, especially related to only Greenland? The Earth is not perfectly round to begin with, so it is impossible for the Earth to spin perfectly and for the poles to remain in the exact same positions--if nothing to do with ice happens. And the magnetic fields of the Earth do not remain exactly the same over time. Since 1980, which is in relation to this paragraph is 42 years past--the Earth has had volcanic eruptions--above ground and below the oceans, and there has certainly been some shift in the enormous plates of the crust of the planet. Water is fluid, and it gets affected by the moon, which revolves around the planet, and the movement of the moon affects how the oceans move and how the Earth behaves over time, and even the moon is not exactly the same as it was in 1980 (the orbit is not exactly the same as it was). Objects in space affect the way in which the Earth spins and goes around the sun, especially when the period of time considered by some 42 years. How can it be proved that the change in ice on Greenland is the main cause for 13 feet of shift? It has been proved that, over the history of the Earth, the locations of the poles have changed and the poles have had a reverse in polarity, and so-called manmade climate change was not around. What man caused the ice ages of the planet, such as the one of North America some ten-thousand years ago or so? The two stories are propaganda from enslavists!
Entry for April 8, 2023: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
On Friday, April 7, 2023, a lot of crap about climate change and baseball got passed out around the country, such as through newscasts of television stations, and one of the instrumental sources of the information presented by television stations came from The Associated Press, and one story from The Associated Press for the public was "Study says climate change increasing home runs in MBL" ["Study says climate change increasing home runs in MBL." The Associated Press, 7 April 2023.}. I happened to get exposed to the theme of more home runs by seeing a portion of a newscast from the WPBN-TV group (Channel 8.2) when I was in the northern portion of Michigan, and it was about 11:25 p.m., and the story was read by Miya Ingle (who looked like high schooler). Miya Ingle, like other news readers in the country probably, pushed out the idea that, since the weather has been getting warmer [supposedly because of man], baseball players are hitting more home runs, and when I heard the information, I knew something was defective. On the morning of Saturday, April 8, 2023, I looked at the story called "Study says climate change increasing home runs in MBL", and I immediately found a piece of text in the article that showed off the nonsense of the study that was the main source of the crap that got spread around the country. The study, by the way, came from people associated and sort-of associated with Dartmouth College, and one of the persons of Dartmouth College was Justin Mankin and one person not associated with Dartmouth College who was associated with the study was Alan Nathan of the University of Illinois. The article had this text, which was based on information from Alan Nathan, and it was not quoted material from Alan Nathan--"When air heats up, molecules move faster and away from each other, making the air less dense.". The sentence is crap! When the air heats up, two main things can happen, as anyone knows who has been out on a summer day, such as in Michigan. When air heats up, the air can pick up more water, and that can cause the air to be more dense (with water molecules), and to a person, the air can feel heavy. The article made no mention of water vapor in the air when the weather gets warmer. At some places, unlike Michigan, such as Arizona, the air might get hotter, but the air does not necessarily get more dense, since the weather can be dry, and people end up with a dry heat. Now I come to a big problem with the whole theme about baseball and climate change. It was reported in the article that there has been an increase in home runs since 2010. Between 2010 and March 7, 2023, when the study was pushed out in a publication by the American Meteorological Society, there was no gathering of data about every home run (and non-home run) hit. What has to be known about every home run and non-home run is--the actual density of the air at the time of the hit, the exact force used to hit the baseball each time, the contact spot of the baseball with the bat, the height of the trajectory, the spin or rotation of the baseball, the wind speed and direction, the temperature, the skill set--such as muscle skill--of the baseball player, the roughness of the baseball surface (such as the roughness of the contact spot with the bat), the weight of the bat used, et cetera. No such data exists to make any study useful! Incidentally, over the years, science has become ever more exact about how players play, and, for example, players are shot on video and every little thing or movement by a player is examined, and that can be a reason for more home runs. Have shrinking strike-zone boundaries forced pitchers to have to throw more pitches in places where batters can hit balls and make home runs? Have the dimensions of baseball fields changed? This year, the home field for the Detroit Tigers is slightly different than it was last year. There could be other reasons for more home runs, and one could be that players are practicing more to make home runs than other types of hits, such as those of tactical baseball hitting, such bunts. I want to know if batters have been hitting more home runs and hitting fewer other types of hits. Home runs could be replacing other hits in the statistics, and I would like to see the data. And pitchers can be worse, because more and more pitchers have grown up in baseball (starting when young) with the idea that, if things go bad in a game, they will be pulled out, and so they do get in the habit of fighting through tough times to the end of the game. No more reasons are needed to explain the reason for the possible increase in home runs, since no real and useful data exists about all the hits and non-hits that took place between 2010 and 2023. The study is defective, and it seems many news people took part in passing along the propaganda.
[Note: Hey, what about this? Are footballs going farther? Are golf balls going farther? Are javelins going farther? Are Frisbees going farther?]
[Note: There is a rule that notes that a person can become so specialized in a field of study that the person is defective in general knowledge and the general ways of life and the world. I found that Alan Nathan has mostly be focused on nuclear physics during his lifetime, and, recently, he has been involved with looking at physics related to the travel of baseballs. I say--So what? The study shows the idiocy of those who put the study together. I found that Justin Mankin, as noted on his profile page on the Internet tied to Dartmouth College (at this time), is--"Climate variability and dynamics / Climate prediction and projection / Drought and ecohydrology / Earth system modeling / Human and ecosystem impacts and climate change". That may sound impressive to you, but the study shows up the information as nonsense or shows the nonsense of the presentation. In addition, the webpage with the profile also had--"Mankin's research on climate variability and change is motivated by the risks global warming poses on ecosystems and people. Using both observations and process-based models, his efforts focus on constraining three of the major sources of uncertainty in climate changes, past, present and future: the chaos innate to the climate system, the complexity of how people and ecosystems induce and respond to climate stress, and how model choices influence model answers. In his previous career, Dr. Mankin worked overseas as an intelligence officer.". That statement is pseudo-intellectual crap and flap doodle, especially the theme of models and modeling, given man has not enough information and will never have enough information to determine what the weather of the planet with be in ten years or one-hundred years or beyond, though a bunch of rotten people are working to sell the idea that the determination can be made. By the way, crappy models or faked models were a focus of "Climategate." Oh, the second material quoted presents the idea of "chaos innate to the climate system," and that is the way nature is, which reinforces the idea that man cannot predict what the planet will have as weather decades out--it is chaotic, as it has been for centuries and centuries.]
Entry for April 23, 2023: I state that there has yet to be any proof the planet is dying because of man.
From time to time, a rash of nonsense articles or video stories about climate change shows up sort of at once on the main pages of Yahoo! and Bing, and one of those times happened in April 2023, and I now pass along only some of the articles and video that I got exposed to then, though I did not call them up specifically, and the articles and video have to be remembered and presented so that, in the years to come, at least some of the rotten people will have their names known, and it will be known what persons helped the communists and socialists and liberals and progressives in government of at least the United States of America, such as Joseph Biden, a truly shitty man, to push along crappy rules and laws designed to hurt societies for the sake of communism and socialism and liberalism and progressivism (and the lives of a few people--the rulers and so-called elites). On April 17, 2023, I got exposed to "Climate Models Predict Possible 'Super El Nino' in 2023", and it came from an entity called "MoneyTalksNews", and I have no idea what the entity was or is, and I wondered why such an entity published the story, the theme of which did not fit the type of entity it seemed to be, and then I discovered it was based on an article from a news entity called "The Guardian." Oh, the article from The Guardian was "Climate models warn of possible 'super El Nino' before end of year" [Readfearn, Graham. "Climate models warn of possible 'super El Nino' before end of year." The Guardian, 11 April 2023, 11:00 EDT.], and people listed in the article were Catherine Ganter (who was associated with the Bureau of Meteorology of Australia) and Dr. Agus Santoso (an expert related to climate shifts in the Pacific of the University of South Wales), and Dr. Mike McPhaden of the NOAA got a mentioned, and, yes, "models" from around the world were being pushed out as the reliable sources of the guess. On April 20, 2023, Reuters had an article on the Internet called "World could face record temperatures in 2023 as El Nino reforms" [Abnett, Kate. "World could face record temperatures in 2023 as El Nino reforms." Reuters, 20 April 2023.], and although the title of the article had "2023" in it, and article pushed out the idea that is was unknown if the thing might--might--show up in 2023 or 2024, and a person mentioned in the article was Carlo Buontempo (of the Copernicus Climate Change Service of the European Union), so it was more prediction stuff (useless news or not even news). Also on April 20, 2023, I stumbled across--and "stumbled" is not necessarily the right word to use--"Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are melting rapidly and driving sea level rise new satellite data finds" [Guy, Jack. "Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are melting rapidly and driving sea level rise new satellite data finds." CNN (offered through msn.com), 20 April 2023, 10:18 a.m..], and it was reported that the melting of ice of the last thirty years or so could create some type of an ice cube that is 12 miles high, and an entity tied to the article was the IMBIE (or the Ice sheet Mass Balance Inter-comparison Exercise). Something called "Mashable"--an unknown entity to me--pushed out an article called "Here's how out of whack Earth's climate is today" [Kaufman, Mark. "Here's how out of whack Earth's climate is today." Mashable (offered through msn.com), 20 April 2023.], and it was pushed out that today is worse than ever in relation to carbon dioxide, the primary lever in control of climate change (even though--I know--carbon makes up a very, very, very, very small part of the atmosphere), and people mentioned in the article were Murat Aydin (of the University of California--Irvine) and Daniel Gavin (a biogeographer of the University of Oregon), and, by the way, the article was a reissue, the original version of which came out in April 2022 (as it was said with the article), so the "whack" idea was used again. On April 21, 2023, Agence France-Presse (or AFP) pushed out "UN reports 'off the charts' melting of glaciers" ["UN reports 'off the charts' melting of glaciers." AFP, 21 April 2023.], and one person named was Petteri Taalas, the chief guy at the World Meteorological Organization. Look at a line from the article--"The world's glaciers melted at dramatic speed last year and saving them is effectively a lost cause, the United Nations reported Friday, as climate indicators once again hit record highs....". So, based on the article, it is too late to save the glaciers (even though there is no way man can create or save a glacier). Yet, a part of the article--later on--was--"...may continue until the 2060s, independent of our success in in climate mitigation....". Do you see the idiocy? So it is too late to do anything, as pushed out in the article, but the planet will still be plugging along in 2060s. That is a conflict and is illogical! For some time--maybe years--communists and socialists and progressives and liberals--have been pushing out the idea that climate change causes more harm to the poor than the rich or the non-poor (people or nations), and I say that that is idiotic thought. Given that, the communists and socialists and progressives and liberals think they should take money from the non-poor and give it to the poor for having, in essence, killed the poor or the planet, and that is the idea of "justice" or "environmental justice." The theme of "environmental justice" is racist, though some people (of the Democrat Party) who are pushing it are "whites," but the Democratic Party in the United States of America--which is a communistic and socialistic and progressive and liberal entity--is loaded with "blacks." On Friday, April 21, 2023, it was announced that Joseph Biden as the US. president--created through "executive order"--an entity in the federal government called the "White House Office of Environmental Justice," and Joseph Biden was pushing through the idea that all the units of the Executive Branch of the federal government were supposed to come up with data and such (which I would not trust) to show how pollution is hurting the people's health, especially the health of so-called poor people or "under-served" people (or--I say--people in areas that Joseph Biden and the Democrats want to vote Democrat in the future), and, really, it is preferential treatment action by the federal government, and it is reverse distrimination, and it is clearly socialism--taking money from others (through false pretenses (climate change)) and giving it to others (or it is redistribution by a government). Incidentally, on April 22, 2023, Fox News published an article entitled "Biden admin preparing major crackdown on power plants that fuel nation's grid" [Catenacci, Thomas. "Biden admin preparing major crackdown on power plants that fuel nation's grid." Foxnews.com, 2 April 2023.], and a theme of the article is that the Joseph Biden administration (such as the EPA) is working to finish rules that would force, for instance, carbon-based power plants to use and operate carbon-capture technology (which would lead to power companies--really, consumers--spending more money on energy for useless gain and on idiocy, capturing carbon and putting it underground). Now, that I have passed enough articles of one theme along, and I have more. On April 11, 2023, Newsweek published a video under the titled "Video Shows Enormous Russian Volcano Eruption in the Far East," and a smart and honorable person can see that amount of material pushed out by the volanco blows up the idea about being able to save the planet from carbon and carbon dioxide and ash And on April 21, 2023, I was exposed to "Images Show Scale of Sierra Nevada's Record-Breaking Snowpack," which had been from Jess Thomas of Newsweek on April 21, 2023, and it was reported how, in parts of the Sierra Nevada's, the snowpack was between 218-percent and 257-percent greater than normal value because of the recent winter. And I have to say that the Joseph Biden administration is still pushing the idea of setting up wind farms out in ocean water off the coasts of the country, even though that it is a bad idea--since, for one, if war were to break out and if electricity power was generated by wind and solar as a rule and mostly, especially at the oceans, those wind farms could be wiped out in hours by enemy military forces and the country would be power starved [But Joseph Biden and the Democrats are enemies of the United States of America under The United States Constitution, and proof of that is how Joseph Biden left Afghanistan in August 2021, how the federal government was involved in creating COVID-19 in China, and how the federal government agencies, such as the FBI, are corrupt and are working to support the communists and socialists and progressives and liberals in this country and others.]. And then I have one more piece of crap to pass along. On Sunday, April 23, 2023, a video story (a video clip) tied to CNN appeared on the Internet through the title "Beware the carbon 'Godzilla' destroying the planet" (which seemed to be part of bigger video or program of some type). The clip ran one minute and 35 seconds, and it had a host (who was unnamed) and a guy (who was unnamed and who seemed to be tied to Dartmouth College), and it was pushed forth, for instance, by the guy that the guy's Gulf of Maine is dying 95-percent faster than the rest of the world, and the host pushed out the idea that it is all because of man's having moved carbon over the years or decades or centuries or whatever. And that is propaganda in the size of Godzilla!
[Note: The Inflation Reduction Act of recent history--pushed along by the Democrats and Joseph Biden--gave the EPA the power to regulate greenhouse-gas emmissions, such as carbon-based stuff, even though carbon is not a pollutant; the power for the EPA was one of the hidden features to the American public while the act was a bill under construction.]
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Note: On January 19, 2022, I found a webpage called "Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai Erupts" (which had been written by Adam Voiland) on the Internet, and the page was associated with earthobservatory.nasa.gov, and the page had been pushed recently.
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