2002 : Jerry Brown Sued George Bush To Stop Sea Revel Rise

2 Western Cities Join Suit to Fight Global Warming
Published: December 24, 2002

Mayor Jerry Brown of Oakland, who is a former governor of California and a former presidential candidate, said in an interview today that the suit was necessary because “there’s been such an abject failure on the part of the Bush administration to protect the people of this country from the seriously deleterious effects of climate disruption.”

The Oakland city council, which voted on Dec. 17 to join the suit, contends that global warming could cause the sea levels to rise, putting the city’s groundwater aquifers at risk of saltwater contamination and threatening to flood the airport and sewer systems.

2 Western Cities Join Suit to Fight Global Warming – NYTimes.com

The tide gauge at Oakland reports no sea level rise since George W Bush was born in 1946. Facts and progressives are mutually exclusive.

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Gaia Is A Prankster

Twenty-four years ago, experts speculated that declining snow cover might be due to CO2.

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Northern Hemisphere Snow Cover Found to Be Shrinking – NYTimes.com

Immediately after their observation, the snow went into a hockey stick to record levels.

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Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

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Terrifying Imagery Of CO2 Pollution

This is the Rawhide Power Plant in Colorado, pouring tons to CO2 into the atmosphere.  The White House says it is the most dangerous problem mankind has ever faced.

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These children are inadvertently exchanging  40,000 PPM CO2 – 100 times the level in the atmosphere. Call in the EPA hazmat team.

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Eight Years Since The Guardian Said Rivers “Running Dry”

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George Monbiot: The freshwater boom is over. Our rivers are starting to run dry | Comment is free | The Guardian

Now they say that global warming makes rivers too deep.

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In order to be a Guardian reader, it is essential that your brain is completely fried.

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Big Trouble Ahead For Arctic Alarmists

With eastern Arctic ice above normal, total ice extent will be very close to the 1981-2010 mean in a few weeks. Might even go above the mean. Look for a spectacular ramp up of Arctic lies this autumn from government funded experts.

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John Coleman Letter To UCLA

Dear UCLA Hammer Forum officials,

There is no significant man-made global warming at this time, there has been none in the past and there is no reason to fear any in the future. Efforts to prove the theory that carbon dioxide is a significant “greenhouse” gas and pollutant causing significant warming or weather effects have failed. There has been no warming over 18 years. William Happer, Ph.D., Princeton University, Richard Lindzen, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Willie Soon, Ph.D., Harvard Smithsonian Observatory, John Christy, Ph.D., University of Alabama and 9,000 other Ph.D. scientists all agree with my opening two sentences. Yet at your October 23 Hammer Forum on Climate Change you have scheduled as your only speakers two people who continue to present the failed science as though it is the final and complete story on global warming/climate change. This is major mistake.

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Shock News : Evil Skeptic Used “35% Less Energy Than Efficient Neighbors”

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I use LED lights, which produce a lot of light, and very little heat. Definitely worth the investment. I have never turned on the A/C or heat in Maryland, except for a few days in February, 2012 when I had a house guest.

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