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Climate Change Is The New Global Terror, Says Al Gore

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posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 08:39 AM
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This work has demonstrated the presence of a small but statistically significant influence of GCRs on Earth’s atmosphere over mid-latitude regions. This effect is present in
both ISCCP satellite data and NCEP/NCAR reanalysis data for at least the last 20 years suggesting that small fluctuations in solar activity may be linked to changes in the Earth’s atmosphere via a relationship between the GCR flux and cloud cover; such a connection may amplify small changes in solar activity. In addition, a GCR – cloud relationship may also act in conjunction with other likely solar – terrestrial relationships concerning variations in solar UV (Haigh, 1996) and total solar irradiance (Meehl et al., 2009). The climatic forcings resulting from such solar – terrestrial links may have had a significant impact on climate prior to the onset of anthropogenic warming, accounting for the presence of solar cycle relationships detectable in palaeoclimatic records (e.g.,Bond et al., 2001; Neff et al., 2001; Mauas et al., 2008).

Further detailed investigation is required to better understand GCR – atmosphere relationships. Specifically, the use of both ground-based and satellite-based cloud/atmospheric monitoring over high-resolution timescales for extended periods of time is required. In addition, information regarding potentially important microphysical properties such as aerosols, cloud droplet size, and atmospheric electricity must also be considered. Through such monitoring efforts, in addition to both computational modelling (such as that of Zhou and Tinsley, 2010) and experimental efforts (such as that of Duplissy et al., 2010) we may hope to better understand the effects described here.
www.atmos-chem-phys.net... peace




posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 08:50 AM
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To think the largest energy source in our solar system is the primary cause of change in our atmosphere; is the only logical conclusion a critical thinker can come to considering what we know about natural sources of said pollutants. ie. Volcanoes, Methane pockets, decomposition etc etc.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 08:54 AM
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It's been a little over a year since Global Warming was proved to be a hoax.

Give it up Algore.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 09:36 AM
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boy all the young pups here who dont know squat about climate change, but sure know it is a sham-
These dummies bring the level of smarts here at top secret down, a few notches. man its no wonder the world is crashing. i laugh at all you climate change deniers--i hope the effects it causes hits your families especally hard--i hope you are the first to die in the storms--the fist to starve-the first to get shot when the riots start-the first to go to hell--ignorance breeds death, and you should be first.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 09:55 AM
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Originally posted by itsawild1
boy all the young pups here who dont know squat about climate change, but sure know it is a sham-
These dummies bring the level of smarts here at top secret down, a few notches. man its no wonder the world is crashing. i laugh at all you climate change deniers--i hope the effects it causes hits your families especally hard--i hope you are the first to die in the storms--the fist to starve-the first to get shot when the riots start-the first to go to hell--ignorance breeds death, and you should be first.


algore?

You need a timeout.

Global Warming was thoroughly debunked by the same scientists trying to promote it.

Debate over.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by EarthCitizen07
 


Yes, its true he is not the only one....but hes the poster boy for sure.

I cant blame capitalism. I can blame greed. They are not the same....
edit on 23-11-2010 by burntheships because: (no reason given)


Capitalism is based on greed.

There is no reason to start a business unless you want to make lots of money, just like there is no reason to play wall street unless you want to profit from the company's "well-doings".

Capitalise means to *take advantage* of someone/something for profit.

Sometimes the simplest answer(s) is also the best answer.

How can you blame greed but not capitalism itself? One is required of the other if you want to be sucessful in a capitalist enviroment. You think corporations get to be powerful just by producing good merchandise/services? Do they not lobby(and bribe) governments with their immense financial resources for favorable laws?

In a socialist and/or communist enviroment people tend to get along better because they COLLECTIVELY stand to lose or profit from business endeavors. I don't adhere to the marxist "everyone is equal" crap because obviously that is not possible, but in every other reqard people are treated with the respect they deserve. And please don't bring up stalin because I can bring up hitler, mussolini, bush and blair.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 10:46 PM
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Originally posted by EarthCitizen07

Originally posted by burntheships
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Yes, its true he is not the only one....but hes the poster boy for sure.

I cant blame capitalism. I can blame greed. They are not the same....
edit on 23-11-2010 by burntheships because: (no reason given)


Capitalism is based on greed.

There is no reason to start a business unless you want to make lots of money, just like there is no reason to play wall street unless you want to profit from the company's "well-doings".

Capitalise means to *take advantage* of someone/something for profit.



I do respectfully disagree.


Capitalism is an economic system in which the means of production are privately owned and operated for a private profit;
en.wikipedia.org...

And take it from there, the private party can be as generous or greedy as he/she wishes to be with the profit that is made from private ownership. I know many many people as individuals that do a whopping honest business, and give much of the profit to people who are in need. That is the opposite of greed.

However....this thread is not about capitalism...its about Al Gore, and Climate Change, and whether or not that is a
"terror" or a "new terror".

If you wish to debate the merits, or lack thereof of capitalism...I will join you here, in a thread suitable for such.
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posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 11:47 PM
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Well if it's "terror" who knows what the elistists will do to us to "keep us safe." Algore is a menace to the world.



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 03:48 PM
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The point I was trying to make is that corporations, in a capitalist system, have a strong incentive to neglect the enviroment to boost their net profit. Laws and regulations mean nothing if they are first and foremost imposed on small businesses while government looks the other way with big business.

I thought what I said was obvious but anyway I don't wish to derail the topic. Putting all the blame on al gore just because he is in the limelight, while ignoring the real problem is very hypocritical in my opinion. The elite do not care if its gore, clinton, bush, obama, reagen, etc because they are all puppets...in the truest of sense!

I would be looking at people who have ammassed billions, if not trillions, during the past century and beyond. Rockellers, Rothchilds, Duponts, Vanderbilts and private central banking. If someone can bribe(sorry I meant "lobby") government for THEIR CAUSE then in all likelyhood they would and do. Everything is enabled through capitalism, not socialism or communism, because it encourages privatisation of industry and eventually private monopolies.

No need to start a new thread! Some people "get it" while others don't.



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 03:55 PM
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Your point is well taken, I do agree. Actually I am not painting Al Gore out to be the lone villian, he is just a Poster Boy.
I am suprised though that the Big Boys did not find another, but hey, if he is still willing....
And his name is already synonomous with Global Climate Change, and "The cause" .

Climate Change...is a Cash Cow



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 04:10 PM
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Exactly, he was a willing scapegoat and the elite love him for that.

It seems they managed to kill multiple birds with one stone. 1)Discredit the democrats 2)Discredit enviromentalism 3)Had the potential of raking in trillions from peoples' collective gullibillity but "unfortunately" had to settle for the first two since the lid was blown open earlier than expected.

Now everytime a well-meaning scientist mentions pollution he will probably be taken as a "church of gore" loon. The elite did not become elite by being stupid, thats for sure.....

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posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 04:16 PM
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Indeed, they are not stupid.

At times, it seems that the circus is so obvious, I forget at times that its only the way I see it.
For me, I scan the news and see right through it...

They will do much harm to the younger generations free thinking abilities as a means of control...
Milk that cow.


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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 12:47 PM
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Originally posted by EarthCitizen07
reply to post by burntheships
 


The point I was trying to make is that corporations, in a capitalist system, have a strong incentive to neglect the enviroment to boost their net profit. Laws and regulations mean nothing if they are first and foremost imposed on small businesses while government looks the other way with big business.



What you said about Corporate profit disincentive by enviornmental protection measures is correct. Sensible enviornmental regulation in a free market society is important. I will never forget the pollution pictures I saw out of communist China during the Olympics and out of the Soviet Union after the wall collapsed. It is important to realize that socialism is not the answer to corporate pollution.



posted on Nov, 30 2010 @ 11:22 AM
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Originally posted by sara123123

Originally posted by EarthCitizen07
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The point I was trying to make is that corporations, in a capitalist system, have a strong incentive to neglect the enviroment to boost their net profit. Laws and regulations mean nothing if they are first and foremost imposed on small businesses while government looks the other way with big business.



What you said about Corporate profit disincentive by enviornmental protection measures is correct. Sensible enviornmental regulation in a free market society is important. I will never forget the pollution pictures I saw out of communist China during the Olympics and out of the Soviet Union after the wall collapsed. It is important to realize that socialism is not the answer to corporate pollution.


First of all, both the ex-ussr and the peoples' republic of china were not socialists in anything but their name. They were authoritarian communists with central government planning everything. Now they have switched to authoritarian capitalism, especially china...the same people running the show with different ideals.

True socialism, of which western europe was close to achieving 2-3 decades ago, is not closer to communism than it is to capitalism. Think of socialism as an intermediary eco-political system with many variations allowed and/or even encouraged. Communism failed because it was overly-dogmatic and rigid. It could not flex!

Your correct in assuming politics alone cannot stop pollution. More than anything it needs mass awareness, which unfortunately is lacking in most(if not all) countries. The global warming hoax, followed by the climate change hoax have done great damage to enviromentalism; not so much now as in the future. People who truely care will risk getting labeled "church of gore" lunatics out to make a quick buck on peoples' collective gullibility/naivety.

However socialism, if applied correctly with checks and balances, will help curb corporate greed in industry. This happens because major industry is nationalised and investors no longer have that great urge to produce more and pollute more; in other words we are talking about a semi-planned economy, aka market socialism!



posted on Nov, 30 2010 @ 11:34 AM
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Yes, we do need mass awarness. The Rulers are so afraid of that they will do anything to stop it.
Remember McAleer, the journalist who went viral last year with his inconvenient question?

Well, they banned him this year.
www.abovetopsecret.com...#

Viral question...



posted on Nov, 30 2010 @ 12:10 PM
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I saw the video on that new thread you created.

Also I starred and flagged it eventhough there are better videos exposing the new world order climate change hoax. One of the better ones is something like nine minutes long based on the UN takeover of the earth's land with imaginary crisis; its linked to the video you provided.

An awful scam indeed as the rich men own those very organisations!



posted on Nov, 30 2010 @ 12:43 PM
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Algore is an overweight buffoon. Does anyone remember when he debated Stockdale in Clinton's election? He spoke like he was talking to four year old children. This guy doesn't have an honest bone in his body. Personally I'm pleased that he's the spokesman for the GW sham because he's an idiot. Mike Chrichton's book 'State of Fear' is an excellent expose on the global warming farce. He even states that when he started researching the book he found that there really is NO proof of rising temps caused by man and was forced to change the plot of his story. Sadly, some of you will drink the koolaid they are offering and believe their horsesh*t story. What makes me angry is that people who should know better are pushing this scam because of greed.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 10:43 PM
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Originally posted by Carseller4
It's been a little over a year since Global Warming was proved to be a hoax.

Give it up Algore.


Al Gore won't give it up; he's a committed globalist and one world order advocate...



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