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WH Climate Report: Sea Level Could Rise 8 Inches, 11 Inches, 4 Feet, or 6.6 Feet

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posted on May, 6 2014 @ 07:49 PM
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The issue here is misdirection.

For starters, we need only look back in history to see there was massive changes to our climate (more than once) Therefore, the focus and investment shouldn't be in changing our bad habits it should be on survival at this point. Trying to "fix" what we broke and what we think we broke at this point is throwing good money after bad. I'm not saying we shouldn't change our ways but we really shouldn't be just now trying to learn to pee in the potty while a cherry bomb sits lit within.

It's not like we are just learning about the things we did and think we did to our climate. We've known a LONG time about pollution and we didn't care, we just decided to kick the problem down the road to our children. Great job there, and thank you for that.
(myself included).

We need to understand what could happen and will likely happen. Historical records is a good start and find the most extreme situation, whether globally arid or a worldwide tundra and PREPARE to exist in such conditions without having to sacrifice millions or billions just to protect rich peoples investments.





edit on 6-5-2014 by Rosinitiate because: (no reason given)




posted on May, 6 2014 @ 07:56 PM
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Member ThirdEyeofHorus posted this on a different thread......





The goal was established by the Club of Rome whose member, Maurice Strong transmitted and translated it into world government policy through the United Nations.

“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that .. the threat of global warming.. would fit the bill…. the real enemy, then, is humanity itself….we believe humanity requires a common motivation, namely a common adversary in order to realize world government. It does not matter if this common enemy is a real one or….one invented for the purpose.” — Club of Rome

He was assisted by politicians like Al Gore and Tim Wirth. In 1993 the latter did not hide the naked political objective.


“We’ve got to ride the global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing …”

They were aided by national weather agencies and bureaucratic scientists with similar political persuasions appointed to the IPCC.






He co-authored the ‘Earth Charter’ with Mikhail Gorbachev in 1992. It was Gorbachev who stated in 1996 that the “threat of environmental crisis will be the ‘international disaster key’ that will unlock the New World Order.”



The Creator, Fabricator And Proponent Of Global Warming – Maurice Strong



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 08:17 PM
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a reply to: xuenchen

Here is the release by the White House, President Obama's Science Director explains how this Climate change will change our future.

www.whitehouse.gov...


On May 6, the Administration released the Third U.S. National Climate Assessment, the most authoritative and comprehensive source of scientific information to date about climate-change impacts across all U.S. regions and on critical sectors of the economy.
The report, a key deliverable of President Obama's Climate Action Plan, confirms that climate change is not a distant threat — it's affecting us now.


youtu.be...

Please take a few short minutes to inform yourself of the situation so that with clarity you can open the discussion with those you love and care about:

www.whitehouse.gov...

edit on pm531pmTue, 06 May 2014 20:22:34 -0500 by antar because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 08:21 PM
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a reply to: antar

Yes I read the whole report and watched the video.

Both are linked in the OP.




posted on May, 6 2014 @ 08:21 PM
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a reply to: ketsuko

That made me nauseous - but thanks for sharing that he has complete power to put thousands out of work and make staying warm for millions an even more challenging endeavor.

Nothing he does will have a big enough impact if the whole world is not on board. I agree there is a problem but this is not where energy needs to be directed right now. Efforts need to go toward getting every Country on the same page and education about recycling, strategies to save energy, etc.

It sounds like they want to sacrifice those who will lose their jobs and make it more impossible for the poor - rather than making it about "everyone" who shares this Country. Participation should not be determined by ones ability to afford more energy or target those industries who have given us energy for the last 300 years. While the poor will be forced to turn down the heat the rich will not. No rise in heat - that targets a socioeconomic population. Instead - if you use too much you lose it - let's see them put on double layers in the winter too. No, they wouldn't pass anything that would make things less comfortable for their own children.

He can reduce "Americas" energy use by 17% in the next 86 years. What impact will that have on the climate if all other countries aren't on board? Anyone have the numbers for that because someone needs to send him a memo since he doesn't think things through. Someone also needs to get him on discrimination of those who cannot afford to defend themselves - the ones who will be negatively impacted by this (the poor).

I bet we could reduce energy use by 17% within a year without giving an 86 year sentence to those who already struggle. Let's make the poor feel even more poor - that appears to be his agenda. It has to be "everyone". I would say if you make more than 400% of the poverty level you get a smart meter - if you go over your allotted power you get shut down. Now that would be fair. Ridiculous but so is making things more expensive.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 08:24 PM
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a reply to: xuenchen

Whoops, missed it some how... Ok off to get an espresso and come back to read further, lol, Thanks, yet I will continue to leave my post, this is like the validation we here on ATS have been studying, working on, researching, sharing and discussing for years!

Now I hope something can finally get done other than pad the pockets of the Political cronies!



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 08:26 PM
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OP what I had done was read only your OP, and then rushed off to validate at Whitehouse.gov



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 09:06 PM
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Oh My God! This is serious!

In the face of such overwhelming scientific data, there's only one thing to do. We need to form two bucket brigades. The East Coast Brigade will start bailing water from the Atlantic to the Allegheny Mountains. The West Coast Brigade will start bailing water from the Pacific to the Rockies. We just need for the Climate Change Scientists to figure out how much water we need to bail out of the oceans to stay ahead of the rising water.

Hey, that will also take care of the unemployment problem. I am good!
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posted on May, 6 2014 @ 09:30 PM
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a reply to: VictorVonDoom

So this is the new jobs program? We're just waiting for the bucket ready jobs now?



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 09:48 PM
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originally posted by: Rosinitiate
The issue here is misdirection.

For starters, we need only look back in history to see there was massive changes to our climate (more than once) Therefore, the focus and investment shouldn't be in changing our bad habits it should be on survival at this point. Trying to "fix" what we broke and what we think we broke at this point is throwing good money after bad. I'm not saying we shouldn't change our ways but we really shouldn't be just now trying to learn to pee in the potty while a cherry bomb sits lit within.

It's not like we are just learning about the things we did and think we did to our climate. We've known a LONG time about pollution and we didn't care, we just decided to kick the problem down the road to our children. Great job there, and thank you for that.
(myself included).

We need to understand what could happen and will likely happen. Historical records is a good start and find the most extreme situation, whether globally arid or a worldwide tundra and PREPARE to exist in such conditions without having to sacrifice millions or billions just to protect rich peoples investments.



I hope that is a part of the plan. It seems they do want people to be prepared (FEMA, etc), but it will be interesting to see what kind of prepared they are talking about. I'm going to read the report tomorrow.

You're 100% right in this being the focus. How will it impact crops since weather patterns will continue to be sporadic? How will it impact fresh waters? I know of a couple of rives in California right now that would be inundated by sea water. How will it impact our forests - can we expect more disease? Disease of animals, plants, and trees? If so what sorts of diseases? What will sea life be like? If the ocean rises we know salinity will be altered. How will this impact that ecosystem? What animals will go extinct? When they go extinct how will that influence what depends on that species? I'm thinking bees, which would be a disaster. How will it impact earthquakes and volcanoes, if at all?

If our government wants to make this an issue at last they need to be prepared to deal with the damage done in a manner equal or greater to the prevention strategies of one Country.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 09:57 PM
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a reply to: xuenchen

One of the things that supposedly came out of all this is a new catch all .... Global Climate DISRUPTION!! DUM TA DUMM DUMMM! Global warming did not catch on and I thought they had really out done themselves with climate change for a cover their bases, but alas, I suppose it was not dire enough? Remember you heard it here on ATS... Global Climate Disruption..



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 10:32 PM
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originally posted by: Dianec

originally posted by: Rosinitiate
The issue here is misdirection.

For starters, we need only look back in history to see there was massive changes to our climate (more than once) Therefore, the focus and investment shouldn't be in changing our bad habits it should be on survival at this point. Trying to "fix" what we broke and what we think we broke at this point is throwing good money after bad. I'm not saying we shouldn't change our ways but we really shouldn't be just now trying to learn to pee in the potty while a cherry bomb sits lit within.

It's not like we are just learning about the things we did and think we did to our climate. We've known a LONG time about pollution and we didn't care, we just decided to kick the problem down the road to our children. Great job there, and thank you for that.
(myself included).

We need to understand what could happen and will likely happen. Historical records is a good start and find the most extreme situation, whether globally arid or a worldwide tundra and PREPARE to exist in such conditions without having to sacrifice millions or billions just to protect rich peoples investments.




If our government wants to make this an issue at last they need to be prepared to deal with the damage done in a manner equal or greater to the prevention strategies of one Country.


If you or ANYONE is looking to government to find a solution to this problem, you might as well bend over and kiss your ass goodbye. You (we) will be up the proverbial (and literal) creek with no means of propulsion.

There only solution will be to tax you, that I can promise. 99% of that money will go into projects that protect themselves and their investments. In the end, while they are sitting in whatever bug out shelter they have, they will simply say sorry we tried but thanks for your vote.
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posted on May, 6 2014 @ 10:50 PM
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So then, a question for Mr. Obama.....

The next time you decide to go play Golf in Hawaii, you'll be sailing there (that's sailing, in a sailing ship) rather than taking the 747, and a couple of C-5's laden with gas guzzling modes of transport. I guess ditching the enormous Limo too and being driven to the course in a Prius will also be in order?

No? Thought not, that's for the little people, not you "important" folks!


See, it's a bit like the proponents of eugenics and population thinning, they all want the rest of us to disappear, rather than leading by example and removing themselves from the planet to help the situation.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 11:35 PM
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originally posted by: Rosinitiate

originally posted by: Dianec

originally posted by: Rosinitiate
The issue here is misdirection.

For starters, we need only look back in history to see there was massive changes to our climate (more than once) Therefore, the focus and investment shouldn't be in changing our bad habits it should be on survival at this point. Trying to "fix" what we broke and what we think we broke at this point is throwing good money after bad. I'm not saying we shouldn't change our ways but we really shouldn't be just now trying to learn to pee in the potty while a cherry bomb sits lit within.

It's not like we are just learning about the things we did and think we did to our climate. We've known a LONG time about pollution and we didn't care, we just decided to kick the problem down the road to our children. Great job there, and thank you for that.
(myself included).

We need to understand what could happen and will likely happen. Historical records is a good start and find the most extreme situation, whether globally arid or a worldwide tundra and PREPARE to exist in such conditions without having to sacrifice millions or billions just to protect rich peoples investments.




If our government wants to make this an issue at last they need to be prepared to deal with the damage done in a manner equal or greater to the prevention strategies of one Country.


If you or ANYONE is looking to government to find a solution to this problem, you might as well bend over and kiss your ass goodbye. You (we) will be up the proverbial (and literal) creek with no means of propulsion.

There only solution will be to tax you, that I can promise. 99% of that money will go into projects that protect themselves and their investments. In the end, while they are sitting in whatever bug out shelter they have, they will simply say sorry we tried but thanks for your vote.


God no. I'm steaming hot over hearing of coal miners being put out of work and power bills going up. Some of what I'm hearing may be rumor and if so I'll be relieved. If there is truth to it, I am not sure how I won't feel utter despair and defeat if the American people don't dispute such measures. This Country is weak and nearing being beyond hope due to manipulation by those who make decisions and the blind trust and submissiveness of the public.

The people need to be involved in the solution all the way. If they aren't it will fall into the lap of the government, and todays rumor will be tomorrow's truth - take from the poor and no sacrifice from the rich. They can afford higher power bills as an example, so it is discriminatory and it keeps on happening! My greatest fear is to see an approach that further separates socioeconomic class with a justification that isn't even viable. Every single time policy like that is passed, it gets harder to change it back to the America I grew up in. Sadly, they keep on doing it and the people keep on allowing it.



posted on May, 7 2014 @ 12:13 AM
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I believe we r going through global cooling which will mean drop in sea level



posted on May, 7 2014 @ 01:29 AM
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So with all these manmade-climate-disaster reports coming out of the White House lately....

It sounds to me like we're witnessing the prelude to the introduction of some kind of "carbon tax" proposal getting tossed into the ring within the next 12 months.

... and thus the government sponsored ponzi scheme saving the world begins, folks




posted on May, 7 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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originally posted by: Blaine91555
Follow the money.

No fear = no Grant money = no cushy job with lab assistants doing all the work and a six figure income.

1970's phony coming Ice Age doom porn all over again, brought to us by the same people. Boy are we dumb.

What if there's no Grant money funding and the results are pretty well the same?

Because this guy did a study independently and unfunded... and found basically the same thing as the IPCC. Which is what this report kinda bases its findings on.



posted on May, 8 2014 @ 12:31 AM
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I wonder how Al and the other telegenic "experts" arrived at DC? Pony Express? - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
a reply to: Glinda


Laura Ingraham had a guest on tonite who is an "eco Entrepreneur", and I kid you not he sat there and told her that these guys have to go places to spread their message so it's ok they need to fly their private planes. hahaha I almost fell over when he said that.



posted on May, 8 2014 @ 12:33 AM
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a reply to: CranialSponge

Oh don't worry, this is an International tax the Bilderbergs want desperately.



posted on May, 8 2014 @ 01:15 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen

In that report they say sea level could rise 8 inches, 11 inches, 4 feet, or 6.6 feet by the year 2100.

[ glad to see some solid projections with minimal guesswork ]

I don't suppose you bothered to actually read the report. Right? Even the section on coastlines, right?
No? I didn't think so.

In any case, I guess it's better to just say that AGW is a silly idea but that all the change is natural so, what the hell, let's just have a beer. Right? 'Cuz there's no point in worrying about it because it's natural, right?

Human nature at it's most absurd. Don't do anything...because, it's hard.

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