Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Polar Bears on Ice -- Big Deal

"Help, I swam out to this piece of ice and can't swim back!"

How many photos of polar bears stuck on the ice in the middle of the ocean have you seen? Here's a newsflash: polar bears live on the ice and in the sea. That's because their food -- seals -- live in the same places. It's their habitat.

Granted, polar bears are not as smart (or as good looking) as the Bear's own species, ursus arctos, but they're not stupid enough to swim so far out that they must pitifully die on some oversize ice cube. Where are we to believe these bears came from anyway? An ice floe that suddenly melted while they were off hunting for seals? Or, worse, global warming is happening so fast the ice is melting right under the bear's feet!

This is agitprop. Propaganda. In a word: fake. So we must ask ourselves, why stage fake pictures that make perfectly healthy polar bears look like marooned buffoons? Because they're lying to us big time. Climate change is a crock. Don't believe it and don't trust anyone who peddles it.


"Help, I wandered into this endless field and can't get home!"

7 comments:

  1. The science is way over my head but I can say that where I live the highest recorded temperatures were decades ago.

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    1. Impossible. That was the age of global cooling. ;-)

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    2. Actually, if you can read the thermometer in your dining room, none of the "science" is over your head. Satellite data show: The earth has been cooling for 18 years and 6 months. It's that simple.

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    3. Of course. Remember the old term "global warming?" So when that lie failed, now they re-markted the term "climate change." Yes, climate changes everyday. We call that weather.

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  2. Perhaps of far greater interest to most of our readership would be the presence of Prof. Schellnhuber on the [Gaia-cyclical] panel. The father of the "two-degree target" to stave off global warming, he is the founding director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany (which is funded by the German government), Chair of the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU), and a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He was one of the experts (alongside Jeffrey Sachs) tapped by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences to write their joint statement on climate change published in April of this year, titled "Climate change and the common good: a statement of the problem and the demand for transformative solutions". A description of the final document's call for a "zero-carbon world" can be found here; the final published version seems to have been removed from the official website Pontifical Academy of Sciences, but to our knowledge has never been retracted.

    In the words of the New York Times, Schellnhuber is "known for his aggressive stance on climate policy" and famously declared in 2009 that the "carrying capacity" of the Earth is less than one billion people

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  3. I thought that the Russians put all the ex-Nazi's in the Gulag? Must have missed this guy. Putin finish the Job already!

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  4. We need to rescue that farmer or he's going to be plant food pretty quick.

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