The Kevin Trenberth Effect: Pulling Science Back to the Dark Ages. Part two – The Big Snow Job — Jime Steele | Landscapes and Cycles

The science is not settled!!

Taking Sides

By Jim Steele

Landscapes and Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism

(with permission)

Here, you can find: Part 1

The Kevin Trenberth Effect: Pulling Science Back to the Dark Ages. Part two – The Big Snow Job

Trenberth’s 1999 paper framing the effects of global warming on extreme precipitation declared, “With higher average temperatures in winter expected, more precipitation is likely to fall in the form of rain rather than snow, which will increase both soil moisture and run off, as noted by the IPCC (1996) and found in many models.” The 2001 IPCC 3rd Assessmentrepeated those expectations stating, “Northern Hemisphere snow cover, permafrost, and sea-ice extent are projected to decrease further.” Soon climate scientists like Dr. Viner proffered alarming scenarios that ‘children would no longer know what snow was’. Similarly in 2008 politicians like RFK Jr. warned DC children would be deprived of the fun of sledding…

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“2,500 Years of Class Hatred”

Image: a katz | Shutterstock.com "The haves'" (the structural-elite) hatred of "the have nots" (we the individuals) is age old, as the following article reveals. The psychopathic tendency of "the haves" has been passed down from one generation to the next. And it continues on today. We the have nots are not just an inconvenient … Continue reading “2,500 Years of Class Hatred”

This Is Not Africa’s Greatest Prize!

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this does not make sense

Empty bellies and wide staring eyes;
this is not Africa’s greatest prize.
Why is she still drenched in blood red tears
and her riches are sold by white auctioneers?

Where are her kings from days of old
who sat upon thrones engraved in gold?
And what about her queens, so regal and proud?
And with grace and beauty, they were endowed.

What happened to this Africa of which I am told?
Just like her people, was she enslaved and sold?
An entire continent is under fire
because Africa is all they desire.

She is not poor, nor is she destitute.
She is not some worn-out prostitute,
to be used and discarded by Johns and pimps
and yet into the future, Africa lurches and limps.

This bounteous motherland is filled with oil
and with deep, rich and fertile soil.
Protect this land of wondrous beauty.
It is your obligation and it is…

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Center for a Stateless Society » Prisons and Primitive Accumulation

Image: bermudaradical.wordpress.com The prison-industrial complex and the military-industrial complex are here with us and are multi-billion dollar enterprises. We can make more money off the kid in Compton if he's a criminal instead of a scholar. It's business. Henry Rollins Read more at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/h/henryrolli616793.html Prisons and Primitive Accumulation Nathan Goodman | @dissentingleft One important point … Continue reading Center for a Stateless Society » Prisons and Primitive Accumulation

Why Are You Not Being Told the Truth? Why Is The Mainstream Media Covering Up Recessionary Data? (amongst other things)

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from Jim Quinn viaThe Burning Platform blog,

The Census Bureau put out their monthly retail sales report yesterday morning. During good times, the MSM would be hailing the tremendous increases as proof the consumer was flush with cash and all was well with the economy. Considering 70% of our GDP is dependent upon consumer spending, you would think this data point would be pretty important in judging how well Americans are really doing……

The retail sales figures have been propped up by the issuance of subprime auto loans to deadbeats, 7 year 0% interest loans to good credit customers, and an all-time high in leases (aka 3 year rentals). Despite this Fed induced auto loan scheme, retail sales have still been pitiful, as the average American has been left with stagnant wages, 0% interest on their minuscule savings, surging rent and home prices, and drastic increases in their healthcare…

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