Solving The Climate Crisis

Experts say that global warming causes heavy snow, light snow, cold, and heat. By reducing CO2, we can return to the more normal heavy snow, light snow, cold, and heat.

But the real solution to global warming is to throw Democrats out of positions of power in Washington DC.  The ones who are funding this scam.

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10 Jan 1871 – IMAGINARY CHANGES OF CLIMATE. (Pall Mall Gazette.)

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11 Responses to Solving The Climate Crisis

  1. Carlos Perera says:

    Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

    Click on link to full story & the Legal & Real Estate ads are WOW
    Favorite is the written description of the house,grounds & greenhouse at Auction!

  3. Has anyone considered using the FTC’s “fairness doctrine” to force the MSM to provide equal coverage to our skeptical point of view?

    • Gail Combs says:

      No such law/regulation

      … Thank you for contacting the FCC regarding the Fairness Doctrine. We are reviewing your correspondence to determine how we can best serve you. The FCC does not enforce the Fairness Doctrine. It was repealed in 1987. The Fairness Doctrine was a regulation of the Federal Communications Commission which required broadcast licensees to present controversial issues of public importance, and to present such issues in what was deemed an honest, equal and balanced manner. It has since been repealed by the FCC…..

  4. The DemoGOP has to go as a unit. With no Soviet H-bombs I’d prioritize getting rid of God’s Own Prohibitionists for the same reason Germany had denazification trials. The Soviet Dems will collapse without giving the freedom they despise a bad name. By voting LP, I hope to see lynch mobs with tar and feathers out hunting Republicans in order to end de dam Dem rule….

  5. I thought you would be interested in this story I found on MSN: The world has discovered a $1 trillion ocean

    • R. Shearer says:

      It’s always been there. Same brutal environment.

      • Andy DC says:

        I am afraid that those investors are going to be extremely upset when they learn that they have been fed a huge crock about the “rapidly melting Arctic”!

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey Peter! Yes, interesting article. I was rather pleased to read an article which said (in essence) “the world is warming up but that will have some benefits for humans”. Not that I agree that the warming is inevitable, or even likely at this point, but at least it was a nice break from the end-of-the-world-and-death-to-all-the-biosphere articles that the CAGW enthusiasts so often post.

      As for profitable investment in Arctic development, I think the trick will be to invest heavily in the early stages while governmental subsidies are available, and then sell out before hoi polloi see what is happening. You know… like in commercial wind farms!

      (By the way, that is not meant to be a slam on all wind generators. There are certainly specific cases where they make sense. I am considering buying one for home use to supplement solar panels.

    • DD More says:

      Publication number – US3881318 A
      Publication date – May 6, 1975
      Filing date – Aug 27, 1973
      Priority date Aug 27, 1973
      Also published as CA1004484A, CA1004484A1
      Inventors Galloway David E
      Original Assignee Exxon Production Research Co

      Arctic barrier formation

      A method and apparatus for the construction of multiple artificial islands (barriers) used to prevent the encroachment of pressure ridges, ice islands and sea ice upon offshore structures, marine pipelines or other marine facilities, in regions, such as arctic regions, where bodies of water are subject to freezing.

      One Citation US3526096 * Dec 11, 1968 Sep 1, 1970 Morrison Knudsen Co Method of making rockfill foundations

      Worked for MK-Co and had projects of building islands in the Arctic back in early 1980’s. This ocean was long ago discovered.

    • AndyG55 says:

      “The opening of the Arctic, Shultz told him, may be one of the most important events since the end of the ice age, some 12,000 years ago.”

      Is that Sargent Shultz?

      The Arctic was open for most summers during the first 3/4 of the Holocene

      Its only the fact that we are only a tiny step out of the coldest period in the last 10,000 years that there is still so much Arctic sea ice.

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