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Forty Year Cycle Of Scientific Psychosis Discovered
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Real Climate

June 9,2012

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The nutcases are at it again

The World as We Know It Is About to End, Say Some Really Frightened Scientists

A new study by 22 biologists and ecologists has found that environmental changes on our planet are reaching a point of no return that leads to mass extinctions and harms human welfare. The situation, said one scientist, “scares the hell out of me.” That would be James H. Brown, one of the authors of alarming paper published by Nature, talking to New York Times Green blogger Justin Gillis. Brown is not one of your everyday cranks predicting raptures and the end of days. He is a macroecologist at the University of New Mexico. And as The Atlantic’s James Fallows, who pointed out this terrifying study to us, writes, this could be the most important news of 2012. How soon do these scientists expect the world as we know it to end? Gillis writes, “within a few human generations, if not sooner.” The most frightening thing is that this finding isn’t about what will come if we do not act, but that our effects on the planet’s environment — global warming, population growth, and overall resource extraction — means that we’ve already passed a “tipping point.”


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What is amazing is that they do not notice that the world is near a real tipping point economically but they see a non existent one in climate.
It is our attitude toward free thought and free expression that will determine our fate. There must be no limit on the range of temperate discussion, no limits on thought. No subject must be taboo. No censor must preside at our assemblies.

–William O. Douglas, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, 1952
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I watched a program on telly the other evening about an Arctic expedition. Two well founded sailing ships set off to map the North West Passage and vanished. They recently found well preserved bodies identified as members of that expedition. Post mortum examination concluded lead poisoning was the primary cause. Lead pipes were the wonderfull new way of distributing water around a building and making life more comfortable.

Yet this was the downfall of the Romans 2000 years ago! Okay, so we don't use lead pipes today but what is in the water? Something must be causing this global failure of common sense.
Environmentalism is based on lies and the lies reflect an agenda that regards humanity as the enemy of the Earth. - Alan Caruba
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Hmm... is this the answer?
Poisoned by plastic: Chemicals in water bottles and food packaging have been linked to infertility and birth defects. Scaremongering, or the truth?
Quote:So prevalent is BPA that tests by the U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention in 2004 found it in 93 per cent of urine samples taken from a group of 2,517 people.
Furthermore, a landmark report on BPA published in 2008 by the U.S. National Toxicology Program concluded that there were concerns over BPA’s effects on the brain, behaviour and prostate gland development in foetuses, infants and children. It also found that because of the ratio of body weight to exposure, ‘the highest estimated daily intake of Bisphenol A in the general population occurs in infants and children’.
Read the whole article.
Environmentalism is based on lies and the lies reflect an agenda that regards humanity as the enemy of the Earth. - Alan Caruba
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(06-10-2012, 07:46 AM)Sunsettommy Wrote: Real Climate

June 9,2012

EXCERPT:

The nutcases are at it again

The World as We Know It Is About to End, Say Some Really Frightened Scientists

A new study by 22 biologists and ecologists has found that environmental changes on our planet are reaching a point of no return that leads to mass extinctions and harms human welfare. The situation, said one scientist, “scares the hell out of me.” That would be James H. Brown, one of the authors of alarming paper published by Nature, talking to New York Times Green blogger Justin Gillis. Brown is not one of your everyday cranks predicting raptures and the end of days. He is a macroecologist at the University of New Mexico. And as The Atlantic’s James Fallows, who pointed out this terrifying study to us, writes, this could be the most important news of 2012. How soon do these scientists expect the world as we know it to end? Gillis writes, “within a few human generations, if not sooner.” The most frightening thing is that this finding isn’t about what will come if we do not act, but that our effects on the planet’s environment — global warming, population growth, and overall resource extraction — means that we’ve already passed a “tipping point.”


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What is amazing is that they do not notice that the world is near a real tipping point economically but they see a non existent one in climate.

Recently there was a similar article to that in "the register" where research has been conducted showing the environment has been changed by humans!

All I see is the goalposts changing without them having to engage in argument to justify their AGW fraud which of course they cant.

i.e. AGW changed to Climate Change.
> Climate change is changing to Anthropogenic Environmental Change.

Which is precisely why they have never allowed debate in the first place!
Devious misdirection!

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