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Become a Chemtrail Buster with the FREE Wilhelm Reich ‘Orgotron’ Chem-Cannon

cannonWe were recently contacted by someone concerned with climate change, saying “it is our firm belief that our weather is being manipulated.”

They were “involved with a team whom presented to the IPPC panel in France recently and following on from their presentation to the panel we have come to the conclusion that we are wasting our time with a diplomatic approach, they ignore all of our concerns and we are no further forward after months of hard work.”

The alternative approach is to take direct action against alleged geoengineering by, for instance, building a Wilhelm Reich ‘Orgotron’ Chem-Cannon and using it to “bust” chemtrails. The individual requested:

Please could you encourage your community to just build one device in support of this important cause and pass on this information to interested parties and encourage them to build?

So, with that in mind, you can find all the details of how to build a Wilhelm Reich ‘Orgotron’ Chem-Cannon here.… Read the rest

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Is Global Warming’s ‘Hiatus’ Really Just A Statistical Error?

Scientists have debunked statistical models that appear to show a 15-year pause in rising global temperatures, reports the Christian Science Monitor:

In a changing climate, it’s easy to understand the impulse to seek out good news. But some scientists may have been too hopeful.

Global mean surface temperature change from 1880 to 2014, relative to the 1951–1980 mean. The black line is the annual mean and the red line is the 5-year running mean. The green bars show uncertainty estimates. Source: NASA GISS.

Global mean surface temperature change from 1880 to 2014, relative to the 1951–1980 mean. The black line is the annual mean and the red line is the 5-year running mean. The green bars show uncertainty estimates. Source: NASA GISS.


Many climate scientists have observed that, since 1998 or so, the rise of global temperatures had stopped, or at least slowed down, in what has been variously called climate change’s “pause” or “hiatus.”

But, there was no global warming “hiatus,” say Stanford scientists.

The pause was actually a statistical error, according to a new study published Thursday in the journal Climatic Change.

“The alleged or purported hiatus in the warming of the global climate system does not have a sound scientific basis,” says study lead author Bala Rajaratnam, an assistant professor of statistics and Earth system science at Stanford University.

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So Long, and Thanks For All The Fish…

2502508379_8fcf0cb8de_bFrom Rebel News:

The past couple of decades has seen a disconcerting trend of declining populations in species across the world, according to a report released this week by the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) and the Zoological Society of London. “Population sizes of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish fell by half on average in just 40 years,” the report states.

The Living Planet Index (LPI) collects data inclusive of “10,380 populations of 3,038 vertebrate species,” which has been hurt significantly, mainly by human exploitation, but also affected by habitat degradation and climate change.

According to the report, marine life has been hurt the most.  “The period from 1970 through to the mid- 1980s experienced the steepest decline, after which there was some stability – but more recently, population numbers have been falling again,” it states.

From 1970 to now, there has been a 50 percent reduction in the population of all fish.

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Due To Climate Change, Alaska’s State Bird Is Now The Mosquito

OK, it’s a joke, the state bird of Alaska is not really the monster mosquito that is so prevalent there, but with Alaska’s climate becoming rapidly warmer, it seems like it. National Geographic reports:

When the wind drops and the endless summer sun bakes the ponds that dot the frozen tundra, some of the Arctic’s most ferocious predators emerge and form menacing blizzards that darken the horizon – and everyone’s mood.

the famous Alaskan mosquitoes..

“It is the talk of the town when the Arctic mosquitoes are out,” says Lauren Culler, a postdoctoral researcher who studies insects in Greenland for Dartmouth College’s Institute of Arctic Studies. “There aren’t a lot of animals for them to eat in the Arctic, so when they finally find one, they are ferocious. They are relentless. They do not stop. They just keep going after you.”

Climate change, it turns out, may make that even worse.

Large, blood-sucking mosquitoes already are the bane of people, caribou, reindeer, and other mammals eking out a living in the frozen north.

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Will Our Wasteful Habits Lead to Extinction? – Desiree Bullard on PBM2L

Selomon and Shantastic Shine speak with Desiree Bullard about the effect that our wasteful habits are having on the planet and simple things we can do to live more sustainably.

Will our wasteful ways be the next big meteor to destroy civilization? In this episode we speak with Eco Vital Solutions founder Desiree Bullard about how our simple lifestyle choices can damage the Earth and simple things we can do to fix it!

Consumerism is a major contributor to climate change and global environmental damage, according to Vital Eco Solutions. Changing our shopping habits can be one of the most effective ways to reduce negative environmental impacts.

Vital Eco Solutions can show you how to become an ecologically responsible consumer. See “Green Living” for more information. When businesses apply similar ecological practices, the impact reductions are even greater. See Green Business” for more information. Whether a household or a business, changing consumer habits to be more eco-friendly can save you money.

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Giant Frozen Virus Still Infectious After 30,000 Years

The new virus, called Mollivirus sibericum, was found in Siberian permafrost. Credit: © IGS CNRS/AMU

The new virus, called Mollivirus sibericum, was found in Siberian permafrost.
Credit: © IGS CNRS/AMU

An ancient virus found in Siberian permafrost is still capable of infecting, though the virus “can’t be said to be ‘alive,'” it’s still functional.

Stephanie Pappas via Live Science:

It’s 30,000 years old and still ticking: A giant virus recently discovered deep in the Siberian permafrost reveals that huge ancient viruses are much more diverse than scientists had ever known.

They’re also potentially infectious if thawed from their Siberian deep freeze, though they pose no danger to humans, said Chantal Abergel, a scientist at the National Center for Scientific Research at Aix-Marseille University in France and co-author of a new study announcing the discovery of the new virus. As the globe warms and the region thaws, mining and drilling will likely penetrate previously inaccessible areas, Abergel said.

“Safety precautions should be taken when moving that amount of frozen earth,” she told Live Science.

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Climate change denier Rupert Murdoch just bought National Geographic, which gives grants to scientists

The much despised media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, now owns the majority of National Geographic, which came with a price tag of $725 million dollars.

Xeni Jardin via BoingBoing has the details:

The National Geographic magazine has been a nonprofit publication since inception in 1888, but that ends today. The long-running American publication becomes very much for-profit under a $725 million dollar deal announced today with 21st Century Fox, the entertainment company controlled by the family of Rupert Murdoch.

Murdoch is a notorious climate change denier, and his family’s Fox media empire is the world’s primary source of global warming misinformation. Which would be no big deal here, I guess, were it not for the fact that the National Geographic Society’s mission includes giving grants to scientists.

Or had you forgotten? Here’s a refresh for you, a fun little interview with Murdoch on his climate change views.

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The Year Humans Finally Got Serious About Climate Change

Billing it as the “The Sunniest Climate-Change Story You’ve Ever Read,” New York Magazine‘s Jacob Chait says that “this is the year humans finally got serious about saving themselves from themselves.” He starts by laying out all the usual doomsday scenarios, and then comes the sunny side:

The energy revolution in China has laid the groundwork for a future scarcely anybody could have imagined just a few years ago. For most of the 1.3 billion people globally without access to electricity, building new solar power is already cheaper than fossil-fuel generation. And so, the possibility has come into view that, just as the developing world is skipping landlines and moving straight into cellular communication, it will forgo the dirty-energy path and follow a clean one. The global poor can create a future of economic growth for themselves without burning the world.

A solar array composed of a solar panel with 24 solar modules in rural Mongolia. Photo: Chinneeb (CC)

A solar array composed of a solar panel with 24 solar modules in rural Mongolia.

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Green Islam: Muslims Speak Out on Climate Change

Peter Sinclair writes at Climate Denial Crock of the Week:

Following the declaration by Pope Francis in June, leaders in the Islamic world have now issued a warning on climate change to the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims.

In May, I interviewed Imam Achmat Sallie, an important leader in the burgeoning movement of “Green Islam”.  Imam Sallie is founder of the Islamic Studies program at Mercy College of the University of Detroit.

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