False information released by the U.S. government
Earlier this month, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an anti-carbon-tax resolution – expressing concerns that a tax on carbon, applied to 85 percent of our nation’s energy, would be detrimental to the economy. Reports by the Congressional Budget Office and the National Association of Manufacturers reveals a carbon tax could eliminate 21 million jobs over the next 40 years. Additionally, CBO notes the tax would be highly regressive, harming the poorest American households the most. READ MORE
Prosecute Climate Deniers? No, First Amendment Protects Debate
Leaked gov’t docs show what’s really behind global warming agenda; ‘profound lifestyle changes'
Science Supports Public’s Rejection of Climate Change Hype
Who profits from a Green Energy Cartel? The Secret Power Elite
This also explains the need for Agenda 21 or 'sustainable development' to 'protect the environment')
Patrick Moore, the Heartlander
“The IPCC’s followers have given us a vision of a world dying because of carbon-dioxide emissions. I say the Earth would be a lot deader with no carbon dioxide, and more of it will be a very positive factor in feeding the world. Let’s celebrate carbon dioxide.” READ MORE
The Carbon Tax Scam
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is vital to all life on Earth, but most particularly to every piece of vegetation that grows on it. Top climatologists tell me it plays a very small role, if any, in Earth’s climate or weather. Why would anyone expect a gas that represents 400 parts per million of all atmospheric gases, barely 0.04% of all atmospheric gases, to have the capacity to affect something as huge and dynamic as the weather or climate?...READ MORE
Environment and Climate News
House Acts to Rein in Regulatory Agencies
The March issue of Environment & Climate News reports on passage by the U.S. House of Representatives of the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act of 2017, known as the REINS Act. “It’s time Congress reasserts its constitutional authority to legislate,” said sponsor Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), “rather than letting unelected bureaucrats institute rules that impact the economy to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.”
Also in this issue:
- A recent study determined hydraulic fracturing activity delivers $1,300 to $1,900 in annual benefits to the households of those living in the shale basins studied.
- The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted permission to construct a $10 billion state-of-the-art liquefied natural gas (LNG) complex in Texas.
- A federal judge ruled the national government’s decision to cut off irrigation water in the Klamath Basin to protect endangered fish could require compensation to farmers.
- Michigan enacted a law prohibiting local governments from banning, regulating, or imposing fees on the use of plastic bags.
The full text of the issue is available online in Adobe Acrobat’s PDF format: March 2017 Environment & Climate News.
Climate Change 101: Evidence Humans Aren’t Destroying the Climate
Trump Vows to Change Nation’s Energy, Climate Policies
The January 2017 issue of Environment & Climate News highlights the differences between President-elect Donald Trump’s pro-energy, pro-environment, pro-jobs agenda and the climate alarmism of President Barack Obama. “President-elect Trump has been very clear he is very much pro-energy,” said Dan Simmons, vice president for policy at the Institute for Energy Research. “During a Trump administration, we will see federal lands and waters opened for energy production and a quick end to the coal-leasing moratorium on federal lands.”
Also in this issue:
- Ranging from constitutional amendments guaranteeing the right to hunt and fish, to ballot initiatives proposing statewide plastic bag bans and imposing a carbon tax, environmental issues featured prominently on several states’ ballots during the November elections.
- Police arrested 141 environmental activists who resorted to violence while blocking work on an oil pipeline in North Dakota.
- A new California law forces the state’s dairy farmers and livestock producers to limit methane emissions from manure and livestock.
- Environmental writer Ron Arnold exposes the Environmental Working Group. Arnold says it’s a well-funded, unjustifiably influential organization that publishes shoddy research.
File this story under “reaping what you sow.” After several Democratic attorneys general abused their power by issuing subpoenas to ExxonMobil and a climate realist organization, House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-TX) issued some subpoenas of his own to Greenpeace, 350.org, and other extremist environmental groups. The move follows up on evidence of a coordinated effort to deprive organizations such as The Heartland Institute of their First Amendment rights. LEARN MORE
Scientists Question Quality of Government’s Climate Data
The Real Purpose Behind Global Warming
The true environmental problem seems to be human breathing accounting for nearly half of the natural CO2 in the atmosphere exclusive of natural gas consumption and the automobile. Man is therefore viewed as an 'eco-cancer' by globalists and other crackpot scientists who presume the masses are destroying the earth. Yet there is NO evidence of significant temperature increases across the globe despite CO2 releases many times larger than the earth's natural carbon dioxide content. WHY? Because plants metabolize CO2 at faster rates and more limestone is formed according to the concentration driving force governed by reaction Kinetics.
Atmospheric equilibrium is maintained and once more the law of Conservation of Mass is vindicated. The Normal Plant Animal Cycle diagram depicts the carbon flow between plants and animals.
From Appendix C, we see that the Incident Air Volume over the U.S. at 1000 ft is 1.056 x 1015 ft3. But, lets examine the earth's atmospheric bottle at just 10 ft above grade for our chart purposes. Since CO2 occurs naturally in the atmosphere at approximately 0.04% by volume. CO2now. org indicates the Nov 2015 atmospheric CO2 concentration at 400.16 parts per million, normal variation within the 0.04% atmospheric concentration. So our atmospheric concentration per the chart is calculated as:
3,787,425 miles2 x (5,280 ft)2 / 1 mile2 x 10 ft above grade x 0.04% CO2 / ft3 of air = 4.22 x 1013 ft3 of CO2 at a 10 ft elevation in our chosen atmospheric bottle.
Appendix D shows the most significant man made sources of greenhouse gases. Note that the single largest contributor to atmospheric greenhouse gas is the industrial use of natural gas followed closely by the automobile. The war on fossil fuel has accomplished nothing more than to increase natural gas consumption. Now you know the underlying motive behind the de-industrialization of America and shipping manufacturing jobs overseas.
Most importantly, note that if both natural gas consumption and the automobile were totally eliminated, human breathing would be the dominant source of greenhouse gas as shown in the above chart. This is the underlying impetus for globalists to force the world's population down to around 1 billion people by any and all means available. ISIS Created by US & NATO T raining & Recruiting Jihadists is very likely one such means
Killing off vast numbers of the world's population is science Czar John Holdren's response to climate change in the 1977 book 'Ecoscience', co-authored by Holdren and colleagues Paul and Anne Ehrlich. Natural News has noted that ".. we've already seen shocking statements from many scientists about their desire to use genetically engineered viral strains to accomplish global depopulation goals." The 'final solution' is to kill vast numbers of the population to effect a three-fold reduction in carbon dioxide because fewer people use less gasoline and natural gas which translates to less carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.