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  • Road To Hopenhagen

    11/25/2009 5:00:18 PM PST · by Kaslin · 19 replies · 1,219+ views ^ | November 25, 2009 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    Climate Change: Major U.S. corporations have set up a Web site calling for a global climate treaty to be signed in Copenhagen. Considering recent evidence of massive climate fraud, perhaps they should reconsider. Many will remember the classic soft drink ad campaign where young people from many nations gather on a mountaintop and sing that they'd like to buy the world a Coke, the theory being that sharing a soda was the key to world peace. That sort of naivete has led peoples and governments around the world to accept at face value the outright fraud perpetrated by the Milli...
  • E-Mails Of Climate Researchers Buttress Case Of Warming Fraud

    11/23/2009 5:46:22 PM PST · by Kaslin · 18 replies · 1,936+ views ^ | November 23, 2009 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    Junk Science: Hacked e-mails from Britain's Climate Research Unit are only the latest evidence of climate fraud. Just ask NASA's James Hansen about the faking of climate data or EPA employees about the suppression of climate fact. For years, noted scientists and other global warming skeptics have been accused of being on the take, their research tainted and funded by grants from Big Oil and other fossil-fuel interests. Now, it turns out, it's the warm-mongers who are fudging the numbers and concealing the inconvenient truth. We don't know who "Deep Throat" is. But according to an interview in Investigate Magazine's...
  • The Day Global Warming Stood Still (But Warming Lies Didn't)

    11/20/2009 5:01:45 PM PST · by raptor22 · 19 replies · 2,176+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | November 20, 2009 | IBD editorial staff
    Climate Change: As scientists confirm the earth has not warmed at all in the past decade, others wonder how this could be and what it means for Copenhagen. Maybe Al Gore can Photoshop something before December. It will be a very cold winter of discontent for the warm-mongers. The climate show-and-tell in Copenhagen next month will be nothing more than a meaningless carbon-emitting jaunt, unable to decide just whom to blame or how to divvy up the profitable spoils of climate change hysteria. The collapse of the talks coupled with the decision by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to put...
  • There is One Goddess Gaia and Al Gore is Her Prophet

    11/19/2009 7:24:11 AM PST · by nysuperdoodle · 16 replies · 725+ views
    ECR ^ | 18 Nov 09 | EC
    Here's Al Gore at it again, making insane claims on the Conan O'Brien show the other night. The Earth's interior is several MILLION DEGREES, Al? Seriously? I mean, who knows if geothermal energy makes any sense to pursue, but its credibility gets undermined when Earth-worshiping nutbags like Al Gore just make up huge numbers as they go along. The fact is that the inside of the Earth never gets more than several THOUSAND degrees celsius. How stupid do you have to be to believe that we can live only "several kilometers" from a core that is "several million degrees" hot?...
  • Al Gore Alert: Goofy Gaian Profits of Doom Say the Darndest Things

    11/18/2009 10:54:52 AM PST · by nysuperdoodle · 6 replies · 772+ views
    Evil Conservative Radio ^ | 18 Nov 09 | EC
    Here's Al Gore at it again, making insane claims on the Conan O'Brien show the other night. The Earth's interior is several MILLION DEGREES, Al? Seriously? I mean, who knows if geothermal energy makes any sense to pursue, but its credibility gets undermined when Earth-worshiping nutbags like Al Gore just make up huge numbers as they go along. The fact is that the inside of the Earth never gets more than several THOUSAND degrees celsius. How stupid do you have to be to believe that we can live only "several kilometers" from a core that is "several million degrees" hot?...
  • The Coming Climate Dictatorship

    11/12/2009 5:54:36 PM PST · by Kaslin · 19 replies · 1,923+ views ^ | November 12, 2009
    Control: The House and Senate climate bills contain a provision giving the president extraordinary powers in the event of a "climate emergency." As chief of staff Rahm Emanuel says, a crisis is a terrible thing to waste. If you thought the House health care bill that nobody read has hidden passages that threaten our freedoms and liberty, take a peak at the "trigger" placed in the byzantine innards of both the House-passed Waxman-Markey bill and the Kerry-Boxer bill just passed by Democrats out of Sen. Barbara Boxer's Environment and Public Works Committee. As Nick Loris of the Heritage Foundation points...
  • Gore's Profits Of Doom

    11/03/2009 5:59:25 PM PST · by Kaslin · 8 replies · 1,176+ views ^ | November 3, 2009 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    Junk Science: The oracle of climate disaster has a new book out on global warming that should be on the fiction list. He asks us to commit economic suicide while he rakes in millions from his green investments. 'Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis," Al Gore's sequel to his 2006 tome "An Inconvenient Truth," came out Tuesday. Printed on recycled paper using low-VOC (volatile organic compound) ink, it will undoubtedly be a best-seller and on the desk of every attendee at next month's climate change conference in Copenhagen. In a press release announcing the book, the Oscar-...
  • Carbon Pawprints (Save The Earth -Eat Your Pet)

    10/23/2009 4:42:51 PM PDT · by raptor22 · 48 replies · 2,753+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | Ocyober 23, 2009 | IBD Editorial Staff
    Environmentalism: As polls show belief in global warming is dropping, a new study suggests that dogs and cats, like people, are a plague upon the earth. They say people should have edible pets. Here, kitty, kitty. A new Pew Research Center study conducted Sept. 30-Oct. 4 says the number of Americans who think there's solid evidence the average temperature on earth has been getting warmer over the past few decades has plummeted from 71% in April 2008 to 57% today. Over the same period, there's been a comparable decline in the proportion of Americans who say global temperatures are rising...
  • Repent! Animal Rights Really Is Religion

    10/16/2009 1:38:17 PM PDT · by markomalley · 17 replies · 490+ views
    First Things ^ | 10/16/2009 | Wesley J. Smith
    The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is the smartest and richest animal rights group around.  Unlike PETA, it doesn’t openly proselytize that old animal rights religion, e.g., sentience gives moral value, “a rat, is a pig, is a dog, is a boy,” the quote from Ingrid Newkirk and title of a certain author’s soon to be published book. This strategy has been very effective, allowing HSUS a level of mainstream respectability that other animal rights groups can’t match.But make no mistake, HSUS is about animal rights–eventually ending all animal husbandry and human hegemony over fauna–and its head, Wayne...
  • I pledge allegiance to the earth

    09/07/2009 2:40:51 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 3 replies · 615+ views
  • In eight years, quoth the prince

    07/13/2009 6:02:50 AM PDT · by La Lydia · 13 replies · 698+ views
    Washington Times ^ | July 13, 2009 | Mark Steyn
    ...I always enjoy it when the mask slips and the warm-mongers explicitly demand that we adopt a massive poverty expansion program to save the planet. "I don't think a lot of electricity is a good thing," said Gar Smith of San Francisco's Earth Island Institute..."I have seen villages in Africa that had vibrant culture and great communities that were disrupted and destroyed by the introduction of electricity." He regretted that African peasants "who used to spend their days and evenings in the streets playing music on their own instruments and sewing clothing on foot-pedal-powered sewing machines" are slumped in front...
  • The Left's Global Warming Solution: No More Children! (Ben Shapiro: Leftist Eco-Nazism Alert)

    05/08/2007 10:45:18 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 27 replies · 1,069+ views ^ | 05/09/2007 | Ben Shapiro
    Proving once again that foolish ideas don't die or fade away -- they walk the earth eternally, preying on the brains of the living -- scientists at a UK think tank have determined that the greatest threat to the planet is more human beings. "The effect on the planet of having one child less is an order of magnitude greater than all these other things we might do, such as switching off lights," explains Professor John Guillebaud, co-chairman of the Optimum Population Trust (OPT). "The greatest thing anyone in Britain could do to help the future of the planet would...
  • IS NATURE ONE MEAN MOTHER? (the Medea Hypothesis)

    05/07/2009 11:36:22 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 29 replies · 1,107+ views
    MSNBC ^ | May 06, 2009 | Alan Boyle
    Swine flu? Global warming? Toxic oceans? Why does Mother Nature sometimes seem to be on the attack? According to the decades-old "Gaia hypothesis," it's because Earth is a self-regulating system that is responding to our own excesses. In a new book titled "The Vanishing Face of Gaia," British biologist James Lovelock says humanity is "Earth's infection." "Individuals occasionally suffer a disease called polycythaemia, an overpopulation of red blood cells. By analogy, Gaia's illness could be called polyanthroponemia, where humans overpopulate until they do more harm than good," Lovelock writes. He says the cure won't come until the human tribe is...
  • 'Quiet Sun' baffling astronomers [SUN SPOTS HAVE DISAPPEARED]

    04/21/2009 10:28:59 AM PDT · by KayEyeDoubleDee · 136 replies · 4,869+ views
    BBC News ^ | 2009/04/21 05:04:15 GMT | Pallab Ghosh
    Sunspots could be seen by the Soho telescope in 2001 (l), but not this year (r) There are no sunspots, very few solar flares - and our nearest star is the quietest it has been for a very long time. The observations are baffling astronomers, who are due to study new pictures of the Sun, taken from space, at the UK National Astronomy Meeting. The Sun normally undergoes an 11-year cycle of activity. At its peak, it has a tumultuous boiling atmosphere that spits out flares and planet-sized chunks of super-hot gas. This is followed by a calmer period. Last...
  • Southeast Asia remembers tsunami on anniversary

    12/26/2008 12:46:48 PM PST · by Enchante · 11 replies · 760+ views
    AP via GoogleNews ^ | 12/26/08 | MICHAEL CASEY
    BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) — Southeast Asia's tsunami-ravaged coral reefs have bounced back with surprising speed, according to a study released Friday, four years after the deadly waves hit.... ....Surveys of coral reefs after the tsunami showed that up to one-third were damaged and experts predicted it would take a decade for them to fully recover.
  • Children's Book Depicts Santa Fighting Global Warming

    12/22/2008 8:43:43 AM PST · by Rufus2007 · 30 replies · 2,092+ views ^ | December 22, 2008 | Jeff Poor
    ’Tis the season … to be green. No, not even the traditions of Christmas are immune to the efforts of global warming activism. No, it’s not Al Gore’s, “How Greenhouse Gases Stole Christmas,” but a children’s story is pushing a similar green agenda. The recently published book by Anne Margaret Lewis called “Santa Goes Green” is about a boy who writes Santa and asks him to help raise awareness about global warming so that his adopted polar bear won’t lose its home. “You see, it’s like this Santa,” the book reads. “I’ve adopted a polar bear named Leopold. He is...
  • Churches to sound warning

    11/25/2008 3:04:36 PM PST · by big'ol_freeper · 5 replies · 457+ views
    WickedLocalBeverly ^ | 21 Nov 08 | Dan Mac Alpine
    “Ask not for whom the bell tolls,” poet John Donne wrote, “It tolls for thee.” In this case the bells will toll for the entire earth. At least three Beverly churches will toll their bells 350 times before Dec. 15, the 350th day of the year.
  • Tracing Our Interstellar Relatives

    09/12/2008 6:29:45 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 21 replies · 264+ views
    The idea that life on Earth might have originated elsewhere, on Mars, for example, has gained currency in recent times as we’ve learned more about the transfer of materials between planets. Mars cooled before the Earth and may well have become habitable at a time when our planet was not. There seems nothing particularly outrageous in the idea that dormant bacteria inside chunks of the Martian surface, blasted into space by comet or asteroid impacts, might have crossed the interplanetary gulf and given rise to life here. But what of an interstellar origin for life on Earth? The odds on...
  • Global warming the new religion

    08/16/2008 8:17:41 AM PDT · by Clive · 17 replies · 204+ views
    Calgary Sun ^ | 2008-08-16 | Stephen Lautens
    Let me say first of all, I love the environment. In fact, I spend most of my time in some environment or other. My family lives the low-packaging, low carbon, tedious recycling lifestyle. My wife is so committed to recycling that I'm convinced that when I'm gone, my body will be dragged to the curb on Wednesday night. So I have to say in a quiet voice that I'm sick and tired of hearing about carbon footprints, offset credits, green shift and global warming. Don't get me wrong -- I think looking after the Earth is a good thing. I...
  • Earth's Screams Recorded in Space

    07/02/2008 2:09:58 PM PDT · by COBOL2Java · 57 replies · 924+ views ^ | 2 July 2008 | Robert Roy Britt
    Earth emits an ear-piercing series of chirps and whistles that could be heard by any aliens who might be listening, if they're out there. The sound is awful, a new recording from space reveals. Scientists have known about the radiation since the 1970s. It is created high above the planet, where charged particles from the solar wind collide with Earth's magnetic field. • Click here to hear the sounds. It is related to the phenomenon that generates the colorful aurora, or Northern Lights. The radio waves are blocked by the ionosphere, a charged layer atop our atmosphere, so they do...
  • Gaia Declares Hudna

    05/05/2008 11:41:16 PM PDT · by neverdem · 2 replies · 105+ views
    American Thinker ^ | May 06, 2008 | Allan Nadel
    A desire to understand the universe seems to be hard-wired into our brains.  However we need a worldview (from the German Weltanschauung which means, literally, "world view").  Continuing with the computer metaphor, a worldview corresponds to a disc operating system, a framework for receiving and processing data. Worldviews have changed over the course of history.  The ancient Greeks thought that otherwise inexplicable events such as thunderstorms and falling in love were the results of whimsical actions of Zeus and Cupid, respectively.  Shakespeare and his contemporaries believed in a heavenly harmony that was replicated here on earth.  Thus the sun ruled...
  • The Underside of Environmentalism

    04/16/2008 2:30:32 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 14 replies · 148+ views
    NY Sun ^ | 4-16-08 | ADAM KIRSCH
    Yet with Mr. Ehrlich, as with Mr. Miller, it is the psychology of the duped disciples that raises the most questions. Ms. Mills, at least, demonstrates exactly the same ideological frenzy and moral vanity, the hatred of elders and the past, as a Red Guard denouncing his teachers in the Cultural Revolution. Even today, her speech has the power to frighten with its self-righteous malice. For while Ms. Mills is talking about the end of civilization, she is no more able than a Mao or a Savonarola to disguise her satisfaction at the prospect.
  • Respect plants, say ethicists

    04/14/2008 11:08:56 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 39 replies · 256+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 15 April 2008
    PLANTS deserve respect, a group of Swiss experts says, arguing that killing them arbitrarily is morally wrong - except when it comes to saving humans or maybe picking petals off a daisy. In a report on "the dignity of the creature in the plant world", the federal Ethics Committee on non-human Gene Technology condemned the decapitation of flowers without reason, among other sins. Still, commission member Bernard Baertsche suggested the body weighed such cruel acts on a case by case basis, noting "the simple pleasure of picking the petals off a daisy might suffice as a reason". Similarly "all action...
  • Earth Worship - official website

    02/25/2008 3:23:12 PM PST · by biscuit jane · 10 replies · 177+ views ^ | 02-25-08 | UU Earth Worship Ministry
    "...nvolve your congregation in Earth Ministry. Ask them to support us by taking our Membership Challenge, and maybe you will win a special workshop for your congregation. And what better day to support our work by taking a special collection or shared plate offering? These congregational gifts are a significant source of support for our work. The enclosed Celebration resource package gives you all you need to get started. As you celebrate Earth Day 2008, rejoice in the knowledge that you do so in spiritual community committed to the interdependent web of all existence. In Faith, Claudia Kern for the...
  • Lovelock: Paris A Desert, China 'Uninhabitable' By 2040

    03/23/2008 4:35:36 PM PDT · by Conservative Vermont Vet · 51 replies · 1,469+ views
    Business and Media Institute ^ | March 22, 2008 | Jeff Poor
    It’s not a script for the next science-fiction thriller, but renowned British scientist James Lovelock is giving human civilization less than 32 years before all hell breaks loose because of the effects of global warming. Lovelock said the impact of climate change is irreversible regardless of what mankind does. “By 2040, the world population of more than six billion will have been culled by floods, drought and famine,”
  • Global Warming is History.

    02/13/2008 6:31:47 AM PST · by dangus · 92 replies · 270+ views
    Over the past year, a remarkable cooling trend has brought ocean surface temperatures down to temperatures reached in the 1940s. Now, land temperatures have followed. Planet-wide land temperatures were actually significantly *below* the 20th-century average. This is not a refutation of global warming by an attempt to debate how sound the alarmists' dataset is. This is based on the same data sets used by Al Gore, Dr. Hansen, and the IPCC: Global Warming is, for now, history. Global temperatures are about the coolest measured since 1994, about the same as the phenomenally large "La Nina" of 2000. By 1994, climatologists...
  • Caption Aretha Franklin (that's-just-wrong alert)

    02/11/2008 6:42:18 AM PST · by redstates4ever · 92 replies · 181+ views
    Yahoo! News Photos ^ | 2/10/08 | staff
    "Aretha Franklin performs at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2008, in Los Angeles."
  • Scientists want rewrite of Earth's time line [More climate change nonsense.......]

    01/28/2008 8:31:22 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 13 replies · 97+ views
    Scientists want rewrite of Earth's time line By Leigh Dayton January 29, 2008 02:00am Article from: The Australian A HEATED scientific row is brewing as British geoscientists lead a push to establish a new chapter in the history of Earth - one based on human activity. Led by geologist Jan Zalasiewicz, of the University of Leicester, the rabble-rousers argue that changes wrought since the Industrial Revolution 200 years ago are so profound they are now visible in the physical and living fabric of the planet. As a result, they have called for the creation of a new Epoch in the...
  • Think Gaia!

    01/16/2008 1:42:12 PM PST · by reagan_fanatic · 6 replies · 171+ views
    I was searching Sanyo USA's website for warranty information earlier today when I spotted a Think Gaia link on their main page. It's worth clicking on just to read the new age nonsense Sanyo is endorsing on their website.
  • Global ocean temperatures continue to fall.

    01/16/2008 9:59:15 AM PST · by dangus · 143 replies · 511+ views
    In 2000, when scientists declared that the Earth's temperature was rising, much anxiety ensued, even though the increase was only half of a degree over sixty years. In just the past year, however, the Earth's temperature has reversed, yielding back one-half of that increase. Last month, I wrote that the past month's (November's) global oceanic data from the National Climatic Data Center was .2548 degrees warmer than the 1880-2007 average. That was down from .5250 last year and .5597 roughly a decade ago. Well, they have dropped even further. This past month's average reading, .2493 degrees above average, is the...
  • Methodist Church Hosts Climate Change Lawn Garden Party

    12/06/2007 9:49:28 AM PST · by mbarker12474 · 39 replies · 106+ views
    Daily Star (Oneonta, NY newspaper) ^ | 6 December 2007 | Jake Palmateer, Daily Star
    Panelists discuss climate changes, peak oil By Jake Palmateer Staff Writer ONEONTA _ "Kill your lawn." That was one of the recommendations from a panel discussion based around peak oil and climate change held Wednesday night at the First United Methodist Church. Angelika St. Laurent of Cornell University promoted growing more vegetables and fruits locally _ including on lawns _ as a way to mitigate food-supply problems related to peak oil and climate change. ... ...Hubbert [in the 1950's] accurately predicted that American petroleum production would peak in less than two decades. ... a global peak, which Fleisher said...
  • GREEN FUNERALS: Putting aside embalming and tombs

    10/28/2007 7:39:50 AM PDT · by Daffynition · 85 replies · 467+ views
    Portland Press Herald ^ | October 28, 2007 | JOHN RICHARDSON
    Klara Tammany's mother didn't want a typical American funeral. No embalming, no metal casket, not even a funeral home. When she died after a long illness a couple of years ago, family members and friends washed and dressed her body and put it in a homemade wooden casket, which was laid across two sawhorses in the dining room of her condo in Brunswick. Then, for two days, friends and family visited, brought cut flowers, wrote messages on the casket's lid and said goodbye. "We had this wake, and it was wonderful," Tammany said. The home funeral is part of an...
  • Obama Links Faith to Environmentalism (Carbon credit indulgences)

    10/15/2007 3:09:44 PM PDT · by Shermy · 23 replies · 75+ views
    Breitbart ^ | October 15, 2007
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama said Sunday that his religious beliefs influence his plans for how to protect the environment. Speaking before religious leaders and others at what he called an "interfaith forum on climate change," the Illinois senator said God has entrusted humans with the responsibility of caring for the earth, and "we are not acting as good stewards of God's earth when our bottom line puts the size of our profits before the future of our planet." "It is our responsibility to ensure that this planet remains clean and safe and livable for...
  • Gaia scientist says pipe dream may fix climate

    09/26/2007 8:21:34 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 68 replies · 334+ views
    News in Science ^ | 27 September 2007 | Ben Hirschler
    A series of giant pipes in the oceans to mix surface and deeper water could be an emergency fix for the earth's damaged climate system, says the scientist behind the Gaia hypothesis. Professor James Lovelock, whose hypothesis says earth is a kind of superorganism composed of living and non-living elements, has fuelled controversy for three decades. He thinks the stakes are so high that radical solutions must be tried to fix our climate, even if they ultimately fail. In a letter to the journal Nature, he proposes vertical pipes 100 to 200 metres long and 10 metres wide be placed...
  • Think GAIA with Sanyo-Product Review

    07/09/2007 12:59:24 PM PDT · by ZGuy · 17 replies · 465+ views
    Bella Online ^ | 07/07 | Paula Petrie
    “Mankind’s blind pursuit of convenience and material comforts threaten to upset this fragile balance of co-existence sustaining life on Earth, creating such problems as environmental destruction and the break-down of societal values.” Sanyo has chosen to think “GAIA” In respecting that all life on earth is organic and interconnected, Sanyo intends to use it’s technological resources and know-how to propose global solutions in harmony with our new understanding of Gaia- Earth. The company’s ultimate goal is to help restore a beautiful Earth for future generations. I think it does help the world when we seek out companies whose mission statement...
  • Stupid Human Tricks: The Sad Case of the Spotted Owl

    07/09/2007 8:47:15 AM PDT · by Vinny · 13 replies · 1,161+ views
    Environmentalists are quick to lecture the rest of us about the ways of nature. Don't clean the dead trees off the forest floor, it's natural. Cattle and horses on the range aren't native, so let the grizzlies and wolves devour them, it's natural. Man isn't part of the ecology, lock him out of vast areas of land, it's natural. It's interesting to note how the "natural" argument only applies when it is used to impose the radical environmental agenda. Case in point, the Northern Spotted Owl. Spotted owls, we were told a decade ago, were disappearing because big bad timber...
  • What to call supporters of the Green Religion

    06/25/2007 7:57:48 PM PDT · by Reform Canada · 61 replies · 779+ views
    Since the secular left has embraced the environment as their religion they should be referred to in a way that has religious overtones. Climate Fundamentalist orthodox gorians Anyone got any good ones.
  • An Earth Without People

    06/20/2007 7:48:19 PM PDT · by gridlock · 65 replies · 1,650+ views
    Scientific American ^ | July 2007 | Steve Mirsky
    A new way to examine humanity's impact on the environment is to consider how the world would fare if all the people disappeared Editors’ Introduction It’s a common fantasy to imagine that you’re the last person left alive on earth. But what if all human beings were suddenly whisked off the planet? That premise is the starting point for The World without Us, a new book by science writer Alan Weisman, an associate professor of journalism at the University of Arizona. In this extended thought experiment, Weisman does not specify exactly what finishes off Homo sapiens; instead he simply assumes...
  • 'Earth Mother getting angry'

    06/19/2007 2:09:24 PM PDT · by gpapa · 142 replies · 2,322+ views
    AP via The Concord Monitor ^ | June 18, 2007 | Unattributed
    From New Hampshire to California, American Indian leaders are speaking out more forcefully about the danger of climate change. Members of six tribes recently gathered near the Baker River in the White Mountains for a sacred ceremony honoring "Earth Mother." Talking Hawk, a Mohawk Indian who asked to be identified by his Indian name, pointed to the river's tea-colored water as proof that the overwhelming amount of pollution humans have produced has caused changes around the globe.
  • Meteorologist Likens Fear of Global Warming to 'Religious Belief'

    05/26/2007 8:24:56 AM PDT · by Fiji Hill · 35 replies · 1,368+ views
    Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise ^ | DDecember 2, 2004 | Marc Morano
    Meteorologist Likens Fear of Global Warming to 'Religious Belief' By Marc Morano Senior Staff Writer December 02, 2004 Washington ( - An MIT meteorologist Wednesday dismissed alarmist fears about human induced global warming as nothing more than 'religious beliefs.' "Do you believe in global warming? That is a religious question. So is the second part: Are you a skeptic or a believer?" said Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Richard Lindzen, in a speech to about 100 people at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. "Essentially if whatever you are told is alleged to be supported by 'all...
  • Al Gore: 'I'm Not a Candidate'

    05/21/2007 2:26:26 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 64 replies · 1,388+ views
    ABC News ^ | May 21, 2007 | TERRY MORAN and MATT STUART
    Former Vice President Al Gore is harshly critical of President Bush in his new book, "The Assault on Reason," in which he claims that "the current White House has engaged in an unprecedented and sustained campaign of mass deception." In an interview with ABC News, Gore goes one step further on the war in Iraq, calling it "the worst strategic mistake in the whole history of the United States." However, Gore refuses to place the blame squarely on Bush. "When our country made a decision to invade Iraq, it's too partisan to simply blame that on the current president," he...
  • Chant in unison with dilated pupils: 'Eco-cult, Eco-cult, Eco-cult...'

    05/20/2007 6:23:53 AM PDT · by Valin · 40 replies · 916+ views ^ | 3/28/07 | Craig Read
    With $20 billion per annum in public funding the modern earth cult can easily spend some nickels to attract cult members. I can well imagine that soon, on prime time TV, [or a gay sitcom], will be the tax-payer funded eco-cult recruitment, 'You must join us' advert. It will show a wide expanse of meadow populated by masses of automatons with arms outstretched resembling a fuehrer cult rally. Their laconic voices will repeat the intonation, 'save the earth the earth goddess...' The camera will sweep in and out showing mindless, fixated faces with dilated pupils staring upwards, saliva seeping...
  • Bob Richter: Gore sure didn't want coverage, but here's why he's getting it

    05/07/2007 5:51:13 AM PDT · by AmericanMade1776 · 28 replies · 1,909+ views
    Al Gore's speech Saturday at the American Institute of Architects convention was closed to the media, but you can read about it in today's Express-News on Page 1B. How we cracked the former vice president's iron curtain is a mildly entertaining story, but more on that later. The why we crashed the speech is more important. Here is Express-News Editor Robert Rivard's reasoning in asking the paper's environmental reporter, Anton Caputo, to find a way to infiltrate the AIA confab: "Al Gore and his crusade to raise awareness about global warming and climate change are issues of great public interest,...
  • Gore sees 'spiritual crisis' in warming

    05/06/2007 7:46:36 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 75 replies · 1,326+ views
    San Antonio Express-News ^ | 5/5/07 | Anton Caputo
    Playing equal parts visionary, cheerleader and comedian, Al Gore brought his message of how to fight global warming to a capacity crowd of receptive architects Saturday in San Antonio. The former vice president referred continually to a "new way of thinking" that is emerging in the country and offered hope in the battle to control the effects global warming will have on the planet. "It's in part a spiritual crisis," Gore told the crowd in the Convention Center at the American Institute of Architects national convention. "It's a crisis of our own self-definition — who we are. Are we creatures...
  • Al Gore as Jesus Christ: Hotel Bibles Removed for 'Inconvenient Truth'

    05/02/2007 11:53:06 AM PDT · by blogblogginaway · 66 replies · 1,518+ views
    the national ledger ^ | may 2, 2007 | Jackson Simpson
    They call California the land of fruits and nuts for more than one reason. Proof is presented every day and front and center comes from a Bloomberg Report that details that visitors to the Gaia Napa Valley Hotel and Spa won't find the Gideon Bible in the nightstand drawer. Instead, on the bureau will be a copy of "An Inconvenient Truth," former Vice President Al Gore's book about global warming. Got that. If you want to read a bit before bed and get a little inspiration, instead of scripture you get to read some alarmist propaganda from a man that...
  • Hotel places Gore's global warming book in night stand instead of Bible...

    05/01/2007 6:32:49 PM PDT · by SkyPilot · 91 replies · 4,869+ views
    Drudge ^ | 27 Apr 07 | Ari Levy and Carole Zimmer
    Visitors to the Gaia Napa Valley Hotel and Spa won't find the Gideon Bible in the nightstand drawer. Instead, on the bureau will be a copy of ``An Inconvenient Truth,'' former Vice President Al Gore's book about global warming. They'll also find the Gaia equipped with waterless urinals, solar lighting and recycled paper as it marches toward becoming California's first hotel certified as ``green,'' or benevolent to the environment. Similar features are found 35 miles south at San Francisco's Orchard Garden Hotel, which competes for customers with neighboring luxury hotels like the Ritz-Carlton and Fairmont. ``I'm not your traditional Birkenstocks...
  • California Hotels Go Green With Low-Flow Toilets, Solar Lights(Gore's book instead of Bible)

    05/01/2007 9:47:02 PM PDT · by kellynla · 26 replies · 942+ views | April 27,2007 | Ari Levy and Carole Zimmer article. Can't post. Here is the link.
  • Christians in bull's-eye in new 'hate crimes' plan [Urgent we block Giuliani and gay agenda!]

    04/26/2007 1:34:30 AM PDT · by Man50D · 199 replies · 5,949+ views ^ | April 26, 2007 | Bob Unruh
    <p>A fast-tracked congressional plan to add special protections for homosexuals to federal law would turn "thoughts, feelings, and beliefs" into criminal offenses and put Christians in the bull's-eye, according to opponents.</p> <p>"H.R. 1592 is a discriminatory measure that criminalizes thoughts, feelings, and beliefs [and] has the potential of interfering with religious liberty and freedom of speech," according to a white paper submitted by Glen Lavy, of the Alliance Defense Fund.</p>
  • In Deep Shadows Of New Age And Push For Globalism Is An Occult Organization

    04/24/2007 10:10:12 PM PDT · by Coleus · 20 replies · 735+ views
    Spirit Daily ^ | 04.24.07 | Michael Brown
    Deep in the shadows of the New Age is an organization that is linked to the United Nations and striving to create a New World Order.  It is not the stuff of paranoia. It is not a conspiracy theory. It is a simple fact.  Recently, I called attention to Bohemian Grove, a clandestine meeting place for world leaders north of San Francisco, and now would like to call attention to this group on the other coast.  I'd like to know, once and for all, about Lucis Trust. I'd like to know what they want. I want to know why they...
  • Climate McCarthyism and Eco-Inquisitions (Al Gore & Co.)

    03/12/2007 5:13:08 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 5 replies · 639+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | December 13, 2006 | Paul Driessen
    Two centuries years ago, Voltaire proclaimed, “I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it.” Today, our free speech traditions are under assault. Colleges prohibit “offensive” or “politically incorrect” speech. Radical Islamists threaten to kill scholars, artists and even popes who “disrespect” the Prophet. And when we desperately need unfettered scientific debate, intolerant eco-activists have ushered in an era of climate McCarthyism and eco-Inquisitions. Al Gore seeks to muzzle anyone who raises inconvenient truths about climate alarmism. Greenpeace wants “climate criminals” pilloried and silenced. Grist magazine wants “Nuremberg-style war crimes trials” for...