Time To End This Madness

Professional alarmists like Al Gore, James Hansen, Barack Obama and Bill McKibben have been making lots of money or scoring political points frightening people about CO2. Some of their victims have even started killing their children in preparation for the imaginary disaster.

Nature is doing just fine, and this video I took this morning is the type of thing parents should be teaching their children – not shooting them.

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3 Responses to Time To End This Madness

  1. omanuel says:

    I agree. It is past time to end this madness. We must should abandon the word blame to restore sanity: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Peaceful_Resolution.pdf

    After Climategate emails were released in Nov 2009, it became increasingly apparent the climate movement is but a 1945 disguise covering the reincarnated spirit of Stalin.

    The best available data and observations on atomic masses and the solar system (during the nuclear and space age confirmed warnings left behind from 1945-46 by

    1. Dr. Kazuo Kuroda of The Imperial University of Tokyo,
    2. Professor Fred Hoyle of Cambridge University,
    3. David Snell, reporter for The Atlanta Constitution,
    4. George Orwell, author of Nineteen-Eighty-Four (“1984″), and
    5. Robert Jungk, author of Brighter than a Thousand Suns: A Personal History of the Atomic Scientists.

    Links to their books and reports are available here: http://tgrule.com/2013/05/22/climatology/

    With deep regrets,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo
    PhD Nuclear Chemistry
    Postdoc Space Physics

  2. Marian says:

    Yeah it would be good to end the madness.

    Problem is too many madmen/crazies and control freaks don’t want to give up on AGW/CC and have an ‘agenda’ to keep the BS going.

    Obama’s new Energy chief: Climate change ‘not debatable’

    New Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz doesn’t want to spend his tenure battling over climate science.

    “Let me make it very clear that there is no ambiguity in terms of the scientific basis calling for a prudent response on climate change,” Moniz told Energy Department employees shortly after his swearing-in.

    “I am not interested in debating what is not debatable,” Moniz said in his remarks at the Tuesday ceremony. “There is plenty to debate as we try and move forward on our climate agenda.”

    Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/e2-wire/e2-wire/301287-new-energy-secretary-need-to-address-climate-change-not-debatable

  3. gator69 says:

    Sorry, but there is too much money to be made off of madness.

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