Monday, September 29, 2014

Well, Waddayouknow!

It`s about damned time, Europe!!

Muslims flee Northern Ireland to escape anti-Islam violence

And that`s not the only place:

France
``Calais, France has become a magnet for fake asylum seekers. Their real ultimate goal is to sneak onto stolen boats and make their way into the United Kingdom where the word is, they can get the best deal. They know the saps in England hand out more free stuff to maggots like them than anywhere else.

Of course, the usual suspects were right there to sabotage the effort to shut down these camps. They handed out new tents to the fleeing illegal Muslims who vowed to keep trying to get to the promise land of England’s shores, where they get everything free and can live in virtual assurance that they will be immune from English laws.``

Meanwhile, the persecution of Christians in Muslim lands continues apace.

But in some quarters, Christians are fighting back.
``Tens of thousands of Muslims are fleeing to neighboring countries by plane and truck as Christian militias stage brutal attacks, shattering the social fabric of this war-ravaged nation.

In towns and villages as well as here in the capital, Christian vigilantes wielding machetes have killed scores of Muslims, who are a minority here, and burned and looted their houses and mosques in recent days, according to witnesses, aid agencies and peacekeepers. Tens of thousands of Muslims have fled their homes.

The cycle of chaos is fast becoming one of the worst outbreaks of violence along Muslim-Christian fault lines in recent memory in sub-Saharan Africa, tensions that have also plagued countries such as Nigeria and Sudan.``

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Sunday, September 28, 2014

I Knew This,,,

...but a lot of people don't. And some people don't want you to know, especially the grievance industry:



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Saturday, September 27, 2014

What He Said...



I do declare, political correctness is taking another big hit each day. Better late than never.

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

BWHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Delusional Daydreams of Total Tyranny
"Despite sanctimoniously posturing as a climate warrior, Hollyweird’s Leonardo DiCaprio chooses to live a life of conspicuous consumption:

He has bought three properties since February: a $10 million apartment in New York’s Greenwich Village, an $8 million apartment adjacent to his existing $4 million one in the city’s Battery Park, and a $5.2 million, six-bedroom, 1.34 acre mansion in Palm Springs. He also owns a large waterfront home in Malibu.

Such excess has a majorly negative impact on the environment. According to the World Economic Forum, buildings contribute around 40 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, consume huge amounts of natural resources, and are major solid waste and water pollution generators."
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My Sentiments, Exactly

Oops, Again

Assessing Future Rice Yields in China
"In the words of Yu et al. (2014), "rice is the main food staple in China" and "18.5% of the world's rice-growing area is located in this country." In addition, they say that "China contributed 28.0% of the global production of rice in 2011,"
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"Taking their own advice on the matter, Yu et al. estimated the impacts of climate change, CO2 fertilization, crop adaptation and the interactions of these three factors on Chinese rice yields via model simulations for four hypothetical scenarios. In the words of the three researchers, and according to the results of their model simulations, they found that (1) "rice yields without CO2 fertilization are predicted to decrease by 3.3% in the 2040s," that (2) "considering a constant rice-growing season (GS), the rice yields are predicted to increase by 3.2%," that (3) "when the effect of CO2 fertilization is integrated into the Agro-C model, the expected rice yields increase by 20.9%," and that (4) "when constant GS and CO2 fertilization are both integrated into the model, the predicted rice yield increases by 28.6%."" (Emphasis mine)











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Somebody Needs To Tell...

UPDATE: Another illustration of the biggest CO2 emitters:

 Countries With Highest CO2 Emissions

Canada is way down the list.

==============Original Starts Here=============
...the AGW crowd this:

These people that the biggest emitter of CO2 is China.

Climate Movement Drops Mask, Admits Communist Agenda

Piece of watermelon, anyone?

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Hmmmmmm

Oh, For The Good Old Days...

Sunday, September 21, 2014

What?! The French And The English Don't Like Each Other???

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To Put Things In Perspective

http://oilsandstoday.ca/whatareoilsands/Documents/Canada%27s-GHG-Emissions-by-Sector-Large.jpgGlobal Energy Related Emissions by Region

The second largest country in the world has the second lowest carbon emissions.

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And Another

Another Good One!

Climate Science Is Not Settled
"The idea that "Climate science is settled" runs through today's popular and policy discussions. Unfortunately, that claim is misguided."
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"Nor is the crucial question whether humans are influencing the climate. That is no hoax: There is little doubt in the scientific community that continually growing amounts of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, due largely to carbon-dioxide emissions from the conventional use of fossil fuels, are influencing the climate. There is also little doubt that the carbon dioxide will persist in the atmosphere for several centuries. The impact today of human activity appears to be comparable to the intrinsic, natural variability of the climate system itself.

Rather, the crucial, unsettled scientific question for policy is, "How will the climate change over the next century under both natural and human influences?" Answers to that question at the global and regional levels, as well as to equally complex questions of how ecosystems and human activities will be affected, should inform our choices about energy and infrastructure.

But—here's the catch—those questions are the hardest ones to answer. They challenge, in a fundamental way, what science can tell us about future climates.

Even though human influences could have serious consequences for the climate, they are physically small in relation to the climate system as a whole. For example, human additions to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by the middle of the 21st century are expected to directly shift the atmosphere's natural greenhouse effect by only 1% to 2%. Since the climate system is highly variable on its own, that smallness sets a very high bar for confidently projecting the consequences of human influences.

A second challenge to "knowing" future climate is today's poor understanding of the oceans. The oceans, which change over decades and centuries, hold most of the climate's heat and strongly influence the atmosphere. Unfortunately, precise, comprehensive observations of the oceans are available only for the past few decades; the reliable record is still far too short to adequately understand how the oceans will change and how that will affect climate.

A third fundamental challenge arises from feedbacks that can dramatically amplify or mute the climate's response to human and natural influences. One important feedback, which is thought to approximately double the direct heating effect of carbon dioxide, involves water vapor, clouds and temperature."[---]"Although the Earth's average surface temperature rose sharply by 0.9 degree Fahrenheit during the last quarter of the 20th century, it has increased much more slowly for the past 16 years, even as the human contribution to atmospheric carbon dioxide has risen by some 25%."

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Leftarded Myths

Saturday, September 20, 2014

As Bill Shakespeare Said...

"first, kill all the lawyers":

Ottawa revoking passports of Canadians who join extremist groups: Alexander
"Citizenship and immigration lawyer Joel Sandaluk said while it’s true the government is within its rights to revoke passports, the apparent secrecy surrounding the decisions is troubling.

“The thing that’s curious about this is, it’s not exactly all that clear on what information the government is basing these revocations,” he said. “The government is asking us to place an extraordinary amount of faith in their ability to operate.”

Without any insight into how the government is collecting its information, it’s possible decisions are being made based on suspicions and imperfect information, Sandaluk told CTV’s News Channel."
Tuff titty, Mr. Sandaluk.





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Does Anybody Think It Will Work?

Hallelujah, there is a God!

Ukraine

Don't Tell The Warmanistas

Amazing!!!!

Animals blending in.

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Politicians

Where would we be without 'em.

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