Illegal In California To Question The Opinion Of Anthony Fauci Or Bill Gates

“Major news outlets” determine truth. Licensed health care professionals aren’t permitted to have an opinion.

“Major news outlets have reported that some of the most line 18 dangerous propagators of inaccurate information regarding the line 19 COVID-19 vaccines are licensed health care professionals.”

ASSEMBLY BILL No. 2098 – California Legislative Information

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One hundred years ago dozens of people were dying from starvation in the Ukraine every day following a year of record global heatwaves and drought.

“Liverpool Post and Mercury (Liverpool. Merseyside. England) May 25, 1922


The great migration of famine sufferers In the Volga valley has ceased, states an American Relief Association cable, and former emigrants are returning to their homes. One favourable result of the arrival of the American corn is the cessation of the refugee movement. From Kazan, the capital of the Tartar Republic, it is reported that as many as 100 former emigrants a day are passing through on their way back to their native towns. In this city, which is the main distributing centre of the American Relief Association for the Republic, they are all provided with enough corn to support them during their return journey Reports of the desperate situation in the Ukraine continue to reach the American Relief Association headquarters in Moscow. In Alexandrovsk. the centre of the worst famine area. as many as thirty people a day are dying in the railway station alone.”

25 May 1922, 4 – Liverpool Post and Mercury at

Europe was having record heat. It was 90 degrees in Switzerland and the glaciers were meltiong.

24 May 1922, 3 – The Santa Fe New Mexican at

Paris was 95 degrees.


The Arctic was rapidly melting.

The ice between Alaska and the North Pole was thin, rotten first year ice.

29 Jan 1922, Page 35 – The St. Louis Star and Times at

Switzerland’s Lake Morat dried up.

04 Sep 1921, 61 – New York Herald at

This weather was associated with one of the largest solar storms on record.

The Great Storm of May 1921: An Exemplar of a Dangerous Space Weather Event – Hapgood – 2019 – Space Weather – Wiley Online Library


(PDF) The 1859 space weather event revisited: Limits of extreme activity

15 May 1921, 7 – Austin American-Statesman at

15 May 1921, 1 – Chattanooga Daily Times at

15 May 1921, 55 – The San Francisco Examiner at

The glaciers in Glacier National Park were rapidly melting and forecast to be gone in a few years.

29 Dec 1923, Page 5 – at

12 Apr 1924, 7 – Spokane Chronicle at

The vast majority of glacial retreat in Glacier National Park occurred before 1940. Glaciers are expanding now.



Over the past 30 years, the glaciers appear to have grown

All evidence shows temperatures were very warm 100 years ago, but NASA shows it as being one of the coldest periods on record.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis (v4): Analysis Graphs and Plots

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Individual Carbon Footprint Tracker

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May 26, 1917 Tornado Outbreak

On May 26, 1917 hundreds of people in Illinois were killed by tornadoes.

27 May 1917, Page 1 – The Daily Review at

“383 people were killed over an 8 day period between May 25th and June 1st  (1917.) At least 73 tornadoes occurred across the Midwest and Southeast U.S. during this time, with 15 that were classified as violent (F4 or F5 strength).

The Mattoon-Charleston Tornado Disaster of May 26, 1917

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Lock Everybody Up

“the leading theory was sexual transmission among gay and bisexual men”

Monkeypox likely spread by sex at two raves in Europe, expert says

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Grading The NOAA Arctic Report Card

NOAA claims that sea ice is disappearing, the Greenland ice sheet is melting and this is causing sea level rise and extreme weather.

2021 Arctic Report Card reveals a (human) story of cascading disruptions, extreme events and global connections

Arctic sea ice extent is right at the 1981-2010 median.

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Melt during May has been second slowest on record.

Extent is higher now than 1995.

1995                                                                      2022

There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice extent over the past 15 years, since Nobel Laureate Al Gore predicted an ice free Arctic by 2014.

The surface mass balance of Greenland has been above average over the past six years.

Surface Conditions: Polar Portal

After 170 years of retreat, Greenland’s largest glacier is expanding.

Jakobshavn Glacier Grows for Third Straight Year – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

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NASA claims that sea level is rising at “unprecedented rates” of 3.5 mm/year.

Sea Level | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

They have inflated that number since eight years ago when they said 3.17 mm/year.

Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet: Sea Level

The NASA number is about double what NOAA has measured using tide gauges.

” the absolute global sea level rise is believed to be 1.7-1.8 millimeters/year”

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

NOAA shows that 89% of global tide gauges are below NASA’s claimed average.

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

Sea level rise rates have not changed over the past century and are lower than all of NOAA’s scenarios.

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

NASA has massively altered their sea level data over the past forty years.


High tide sea level at La Jolla, California has not changed perceptibly over the past 150 years.

1871    Present

As is always the case with government agencies and the press, their climate claims have no basis in history, facts or science.

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May 25, 1896 Tornado Outbreak

On May 25, 1896 tornadoes and floods killed around 100 people in Michigan, Iowa and Illinois.

“May 25, 1896
This week of almost continuous strong and violent tornado activity (perhaps the most violent single week of tornado activity in US history) continued with a 1 AM, F4 tornado in Ogle County, Illinois. A mother and three children died as a home was leveled south of Egan. A half hour later, three more died and six were injured in a home south of Davis Junction, Illinois. The late afternoon devastated parts of central and eastern Michigan. At 6 PM, in Tuscola County, Michigan, a home in which a funeral was taking place was destroyed. The thirty people in attendance ran safely to a ditch before the home was “lifted and dashed to the ground.” A man in a nearby home was killed by debris as he watched the events from his window. Two hours later, two people were killed as thirty homes were destroyed at Mount Clemons, Michigan. At 9 PM, the third F5 tornado of the year began leveling homes near Ortonville, Oakwood, and Thomas, Michigan. Nine people died in a single home at Ortonville. On the ground for thirty miles, the funnel killed at least forty-seven people.”

Tornadoes in the Past

26 May 1896, 1 – The Kansas City Star at

“May 25, 1896 – Forty-seven were killed and at least 100 injured in a massive tornado that leveled many homes near Ortonville, Oakwood and Thomas. Parts of the homes were found 12 miles away. Nine people were killed in one Ortonville home. The towns of Oakwood and Thomas were never rebuilt.”

History of tornadoes in Oakland County, Michigan – The Oakland Press

“Late during the evening hours of May 25, an F5 tornado touched down in Eastern Michigan and moved northeast for about 30 miles (48 km).[6] The tornado affected portions of Oakland, Lapeer and Livingston Counties northwest of Detroit. Towns affected included Thomas, Ortonville, Oakwood, and Whigville just after 9:00 pm. Homes were leveled or swept away, and fatalities occurred along the path. Entire farms were leveled, and debris from homes was found up to 12 miles (19 km) away. Trees were completely debarked along the path as well, with even small twigs stripped bare in some cases. Homes were swept away in Thomas, including one that was obliterated with the debris scattered up to 10 miles away. A piano from that residence was found 200 yards away from the foundation, with one end “pounded full of grass”. Weather Bureau inspectors reported that grass in the center-most part of the circulation was “pounded down into the earth, as if it had been washed into the earth by a heavy flow of water.”[15] At least 100 people were injured.[6] With 47 deaths, this is the second-deadliest tornado ever in Michigan trailing only the Flint Tornado of 1953 which killed 116 in Genesee County just outside Flint. Twenty-two people were killed in Ortonville, ten in Oakwood, three in Thomas, four north of Oxford and three in Whigville with others in rural areas. Nine of the fatalities were in a single home in Ortonville.[16][17] Other killer tornadoes on that day touched down in Ogle County, Illinois (two different tornadoes) and Macomb & Tuscola Counties in Michigan. Several homes and farms in the Mount Clemens area were wiped out and others were moved from their foundations. The recently completed Colonial Hotel was leveled. Thirty homes were leveled in total, and two people were killed.”

Tornado outbreak sequence of May 1896 – Wikipedia

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Imaginary Solutions To Imaginary Problems

Western governments are making disastrously poor energy decisions based on terrible science and a failure to listen to anyone who knows what they are talking about.

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Imaginary Solutions To Imaginary Problems

NOAA says the climate was very different the last time CO2 levels were this high, and this proves we need more windmills.

“The atmospheric burden of CO2 is now comparable to where it was during the Pliocene Climatic Optimum, between 4.1 and 4.5 million years ago, when CO2 was close to, or above 400 ppm. During that time, sea level was about 78 feet higher than today, the average temperature was 7 degrees Fahrenheit higher than in pre-industrial times, and studies indicate large forests occupied areas of the Arctic that are now tundra.”

Carbon dioxide peaks near 420 parts per million at Mauna Loa observatory – Welcome to NOAA Research

The Arctic was also much warmer 6,000 years ago when CO2 levels were low. The evidence shows CO2 does not control the climate, but NOAA concludes the exact opposite.

Less Ice In Arctic Ocean 6000-7000 Years Ago — ScienceDaily

Holocene Treeline History and Climate Change Across Northern Eurasia – ScienceDirect

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Saving The Poor By Starving And Freezing Them

Globalist billionaires at the World Economic Forum say they are rescuing poor people from future climate change by implementing policies which make it impossible for poor people to afford to live now.

Deloitte projects climate change will cost $178T by 2070 | Accounting Today

A staggering 40 per cent of households will be living in fuel poverty if the government sits on its hands while bills soar, an energy firm chief is warning.

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