A presentation on the climate effects of local ecologies — Jim Steele speaking to the IEEE | Landscapes and Cycles

“Global Warming”: the science is not settled, and here is more proof!

Taking Sides

Norm’s note: if you view only one video, even only  5 minutes of one video,  let it be the first 5 minutes of Part 4 of this series.  I’ll leave it at that because I’m pretty sure that if you start with that part of the last segment of Steele’s lecture, you will want view the entire series from start to finish, including those first 5 minutes of Part 4 a second time.

Part 1: Climate Sensitivity and Drought: Landscape Changes vs CO2

This segment discusses my personal work with local climate change, landscapes changes and wildlife, plus climate sensitivity and the attempts by advocates of CO2 theory to shut down sincere and much needed debate.

Part 2: Droughts and Heatwaves: Ocean Oscillations vs CO2 

In response to claims that CO2 had driven the recent California droughts, this segment compares CO2 driven models vs the effects of La Nina and…

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“The Most Important Lesson”

Image: http://www.google.com "Representative government is nothing but a carefully crafted con-game!" The Most Important Lesson Published on Tuesday, 12 April 2016 The key to understanding the current political economy and the many problems in the world is knowing where power lies. So much energy, emotion and effort is dissipated in focusing on the wrong targets; … Continue reading “The Most Important Lesson”

“The Dirty Secret of Utopia”

The Dirty Secret of Utopia by JOHN PILGER I had a call from Rosalie Kunoth-Monks the other day. Rosalie is an elder of the Arrernte-Alyawarra people, who lives in Utopia, a vast and remote region in the “red heart” of Australia. The nearest town is Alice Springs, more than 200 miles across an ancient landscape … Continue reading “The Dirty Secret of Utopia”

Reality Check: No Matter Who Wins The White House, The New Boss Will Be The Same As The Old Boss

Concerned American Dad

from John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute,

“The main problem in any democracy is that crowd-pleasers are generally brainless swine who can go out on a stage & whup their supporters into an orgiastic frenzy—then go back to the office & sell every one of the poor bastards down the tube for a nickel apiece.”    ? Hunter S. Thompson

Politics today is not about Republicans and Democrats.(Republicrats-two sides of the same coin)

Nor is it about healthcare, abortion, higher taxes, free college tuition, or any of the other buzzwords that have become campaign slogans for individuals who have mastered the art of telling Americans exactly what they want to hear.

Politics today is about one thing and one thing only: maintaining the status quo between the Controllers (the politicians, the bureaucrats, and the corporate elite) and the Controlled (the taxpayers).

Hillary will not save the…

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HALF of all published ‘scientific’ literature is completely fabricated or false

Tales from the Conspiratum

HALF of all published ‘scientific’ literature is completely fabricated or false

Source: HALF of all published ‘scientific’ literature is completely fabricated or false – NaturalNews.com

NaturalNews.com

Scientific literature

(NaturalNews) For years, alternative news sources such as Natural News have been warning the public about industry-generated scientific research which incorporates falsified data to produce desired results.

These charges have now been corroborated by Dr. Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of the world’s best known medical journal, The Lancet. Dr. Horton has publicly stated that as much as half of the scientific literature being published is unreliable and often completely false.

From a commentary by Dr. Horton published in The Lancet:

The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an…

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