The Hansen Effect

Hansen’s 1988 testimony seems to have marked the end of really hot summers in the US.

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20 Responses to The Hansen Effect

  1. gator69 says:

    The inventor of the “Gore Effect”! And just like the internet, Al has claimed it was his innovation

    • omanuel says:

      The web of entanglement was Al’s:

      Oh what a tangled web we weave,
      When first we practiced to deceive!

      • omanuel says:

        The Swedish NAS endorsed the start of the web of deceit with
        A 1949 Nobel Prize in Physics
        A 1983 Nobel Prize in Physics.

        Then the Norwegian NAS gave A 2007 Nobel Peace Prizeto
        Mr. Alfred Arnold Gore, Jr and
        The United Nations IPCC

  2. omanuel says:

    Such is the Divine Sense of Humor that you so appreciate!

  3. omanuel says:

    In summary, this closing scene to a seventy-year (1945-2015) Tragic-Comedy is only scary because major parts of the opening scene were hidden by a news blackout [1] of events #3 to #6 between 6 AUG 1945 and 24 OCT 1945:

    01. Hiroshima was DESTROYED by the release of energy stored in cores of uranium atoms on 6 AUG 1945

    02. Next Nagasaki was DESTROYED by energy released from the cores of plutonium atoms on 9 AUG 1945

    03. Then Japan exploded an atomic bomb off the coast of Konan, Korea [1]

    04. Stalin’s USSR troops captured Japan’s atomic bomb plant at Konan, Korea [1]

    05. Stalin’s troops then shot down and held the American crew of a B29 bomber over Konan, Korea [1]

    06. Stalin held the American crew for negotiations in AUG-SEPT 1945 [1] for:
    _ a.) Japan’s Surrender
    _ b.) Uniting Nations (UN) and
    _ c.) National Science Academies (NAS) worldwide to forbid public knowledge of the FORCE OF DESTRUCTION in cores* of heavy atoms.

    07. The above agreements for Japan’s surrender, uniting nations (UN) and NAS to forbid public knowledge of neutron repulsion were formally ratified on 24 OCT 1945.

    08. The internal composition of the Sun was unanimously changed from
    _ a.) Mostly iron (Fe) in 1945 to
    _ b.) Mostly hydrogen (H) in 1946

    09. The Swedish NAS awarded a Nobel Prize

    _ a.) In 1949 for a false nuclear model of attractive forces between neutrons and another

    _ b.) In 1983 for a false model of stars as H-fusion reactors. (The Sun and other ordinary stars make H from neutrons and discharge H to interstellar space.)

    10. In 2007 the Norwegian NAS gave a Nobel Peace Prize to Al Gore and the UN’s IPCC for promoting a false model of climate change.

    Today’s closing scene illustrates the Divine Sense of Humor: The FORCE OF DESTRUCTION in cores* of heavy atoms is the FORCE OF CREATION of every atom, life and world in the Solar System from the Sun’s pulsar core* [2].

    *[Energy rays coming from Japan’s “Rising Sun” flag during WWII conveyed knowledge of the Sun’s pulsar core.]

    We’ve nothing to fear. The conclusion to this re-enactment of a classic battle between good and evil, selfishness and unselfishness is already recorded in the scriptures of most if not all religions:

    “Truth is victorious, never untruth!”

    World leaders reduced nationalism, racism and sexism by deceiving the public and destroying respect for the individual. Our challenge is to retain the benefits and restore government by the people, for the people.

    1. “Aston’s WARNING (12 DEC 1922); CHAOS & FEAR (AUG 1945)

    2. “Solar Energy for school teachers,”

    Click to access Supplement.pdf

    – Oliver K. Manuel
    PhD Nuclear Chemistry
    Postdoc Space Physics
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  4. OrganicFool says:

    Chiffon margarine is a highly processed death food, Yet, margarine is touted as a healthier alternative to butter. Many people still avoid butter, believing that natural saturated fat is “bad” for us, causes heart disease, etc. They pulled the wool over people’s eyes and still millions believe these lies.

    Butter is actually one of the healthiest foods, especially from a naturally grass-fed pastured cow.

    Butterfat is good for babies and helps with brain development. Cholesterol is another one demonized when in fact cholesterol is necessary for our health, is responsible for various functions including Vitamin D3 production, wound repair and healing, hormones and more. Statin drugs stop cholesterol production in the body, which is like stopping the ambulance from leaving the hospital because we don’t want to hear sirens.

    We lose about 20% of our cholesterol each day and it needs to be replenished in diet. Cholesterol is recycled in the body but some is lost during it’s use in the body. Cholesterol is found only in animal fats, such as butter, cream, eggs, meat and fish (which is higher in cholesterol than land animals). Butter also contains many vitamins, including the fat soluble vitamins A, D3, K2 and important minerals like selenium, chromium, zinc, copper and iodine, plus other important factors such as conjugated linoleic acid, omega-3 and omega-6, glycospingolipids (protects the colon). Butter can help protect against cancer, arthritis, thyroid dysfunction, digestion, and asthma.

    • Disillusioned says:


    • Gail Combs says:


      Mom was in a car accident and injured her pancreas. The doctor put her on a no fat diet and she had the fatty sheaths around the nerve disintegrate. She also had sky high cholesterol levels.

      Now the US government wants to put all Americans on a vegetarian diet.
      <b.The FOOD GESTAPO

      The federal committee responsible for nutrition guidelines is calling for the adoption of “plant-based” diets, taxes on dessert, trained obesity “interventionists” at worksites, and electronic monitoring of how long Americans sit in front of the television.

      The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) released its far-reaching 571-page report of recommendations to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Thursday, which detailed its plans to “transform the food system.”

      The report is open for public comment for 45 days, and will be used as the basis by the government agencies to develop the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The guidelines are used as the basis for government food assistance programs, nutrition education efforts, and for making “decisions about national health objectives.”

      DGAC proposed a variety of solutions to address obesity, and its promotion of what it calls the “culture of health.”

      See my comment:

      • gator69 says:

        I only use butter, never substitutes.

        • I know you’ve had exposure to exotic customs but this is news to me … 🙂

        • gator69 says:

          It is waaaay past time to put a grossout filter on your YouTube searches. Butter is for eating and cooking, and I do not wrestle with men, or boys.

          Now oil, and this gender, mix well…

          No need to preheat. Bon appétit!

      • OrganicFool says:

        Women’s cholesterol levels often go up as they age and is considered normal. People with high cholesterol live longest, several studies have shown. Yet, it is demonized. Just about all the info we’re given about it by mainstream medical system is incorrect and fear mongering. Cholesterol is not a marker for heart disease, but triglycerides and homocystine levels can be. Too high of LDL indicates some kind of healing and it’s best to let cholesterol do it’s job in the body and focus on the root of the problem. Cheap oils cause arterial lesions and this leads to increase of LDL. Butter can actually help lower LDL.

        I’m a member of the Weston A. Price foundation (WAPF) non-profit. They promote traditional diets based on anecdotal, historical and scientific evidence. They also work to include this information into the US dietary guidelines with some success. But for the most part, the US food system is heavily influenced by the industrial system (obviously).

        Dr. Weston Price was a dentist. He traveled to many countries around the world, observed their diets and overall teeth health. He discovered a new catalyst for mineral absorption found in butterfat from cows eating rapidly growing green grass, now known as vitamin K2.

        I don’t think we could survive without the industrial food system but people can still learn what foods are real and contribute to health. Their purchases influence the food system. Butter consumption is way up over the last few years. I love the Irish butter. The deeper the yellow the better butter and sign of presence of vitamin K2.

        WAPF provides a lot of good articles on many of these topics and include numerous references to back up their statements and conclusions. Many are written by doctors and nutritional therapists that are helping their patients with real nutrition. A doctor I know here has helped several cancer patients when they were told to go home and there was nothing that could be done. Both are currently still alive and doing well and his own mother has stopped the growth of a tumor and appears to be turning the cancer around. I personally don’t believe there is a “cure” for cancer as such. I see it as a malnutrition issue mainly, from what I’ve gathered.

        Fat soluble vitamins are critical to overall health and deficiencies run rampant in our modern system due to incorrect understanding of nutrition. I don’t even like the word nutrition and choose the word nourishment and includes meat stocks, bone broth, soups, organ meats, and animal fats along with well rounded diet of vegetables, fermented/pickled foods, properly soaked grains and legumes such as sourdough bread and porridges, etc.

        I like to watch Anthony Bourdain’s shows. He eats some far out international foods, strange to our culture but we can see how people nourish themselves around the world. They also do not waste any part of the animal! He always finds some kind of interesting fermented beverage to go along!

        • gator69 says:

          I believe cancer will be curable someday, and maybe soon. One technology that may make it happen, was developed by John Kanzius, who sadly passed away in 2009. It has been fascinating watching them progress toward eventual human testing. Until then, proper diet and exercise is our best hope.

        • OrganicFool says:

          There have been known successful cancer treatment alternatives, such as Dr. Burzynski whom the FDA tried to shut down and then tried stealing some of his work.

          Also, the original Gerson diet apparently had some success but the original formula included raw liver juice (until someone got salmonella or something from some contaminated liver). Now I’m not sure if they include liver. Liver has very high levels of vitamin A (retinol, not beta carotene) plus includes just about ever other vitamin we need and lots of good minerals like copper, iron and others. I respect the power of old fashioned fermented (not distilled or bleached) cod liver oil. Cod liver oil is very high in real vitamin A and other powerful nutrients. Doctors used it for many issues back in the day.

          If cancer is mainly a nutritional issue and also probably toxins and possibly other pathogens like parasites, heavy metals or exposure to cancer causing chemicals, then detoxifying and supporting the body with good nourishment should be considered with any cancer treatment, I believe. Modern treatments limit themselves to only a couple types of treatment and the medical industry is just a racket in many ways and healthcare doesn’t necessarily include health or care!

        • Gail Combs says:

          Thanks, OrganicFool,

          I find I feel better when I eat grass fed beef and also lose weight. (A major problem for most older women) On line research seems to be the best answer to eating wisely. Unfortunately many of the studies I have read seem to have been designed to ‘prove’ ideas that are in the mainstream.

          For example more than one group suggests too many carbs is not good for you. So a study uses 300 grams of carbs a day as a “low carb” diet and then says it has no effect. Yet my understand of a low carb diet is under 30 carbs a day.

          The new dietary guidelines follow the same grain rich diet that promotes insulin resistance and there are plenty of studies linking insulin resistance and obesity.

          Obesity and insulin resistance
          2000 Aug 15
          The association of obesity with type 2 diabetes has been recognized for decades, and the major basis for this link is the ability of obesity to engender insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is a fundamental aspect of the etiology of type 2 diabetes and is also linked to a wide array of other pathophysiologic sequelae including hypertension, hyperlipidemia, atherosclerosis (i.e., the metabolic syndrome, or syndrome X), and polycystic ovarian disease (1). Although many details of the mechanisms by which the enlarged adipose tissue mass that defines obesity causes systemic insulin resistance remain unknown, the past several years have witnessed an explosive increase in our understanding of what may now be referred to as the adipo-insulin axis. There are also grounds for considering the related possibility that insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia, in addition to being caused by obesity, can contribute to the development of obesity. In this Perspective, we will review recent progress, highlight areas of controversy or uncertainty, and suggest approaches to clarifying the unresolved issues.

          More recent:

          Metabolic Endotoxemia Initiates Obesity and Insulin Resistance

          Diabetes and obesity are two metabolic diseases characterized by insulin resistance and a low-grade inflammation. Seeking an inflammatory factor causative of the onset of insulin resistance, obesity, and diabetes, we have identified bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS) as a triggering factor. We found that normal endotoxemia increased or decreased during the fed or fasted state, respectively, on a nutritional basis and that a 4-week high-fat diet chronically increased plasma LPS concentration two to three times, a threshold that we have defined as metabolic endotoxemia. Importantly, a high-fat diet increased the proportion of an LPS-containing microbiota in the gut. When metabolic endotoxemia was induced for 4 weeks in mice through continuous subcutaneous infusion of LPS, fasted glycemia and insulinemia and whole-body, liver, and adipose tissue weight gain were increased to a similar extent as in high-fat–fed mice. In addition, adipose tissue F4/80-positive cells and markers of inflammation, and liver triglyceride content, were increased. Furthermore, liver, but not whole-body, insulin resistance was detected in LPS-infused mice. CD14 mutant mice resisted most of the LPS and high-fat diet–induced features of metabolic diseases. This new finding demonstrates that metabolic endotoxemia dysregulates the inflammatory tone and triggers body weight gain and diabetes. We conclude that the LPS/CD14 system sets the tone of insulin sensitivity and the onset of diabetes and obesity. Lowering plasma LPS concentration could be a potent strategy for the control of metabolic diseases.

          So at least the link is acknowledged even if they have the relationship assbackwards.

          My family history and that of my girl friend’s show we start out as Hypoglycemic (Low blood sugar) at a young age. My doctor point blank would not even test*** me for the problem when I was nineteen saying I was “too young” and that ‘wisdom’ is still alive and well: Hypoglycemia is rare in adults and children over the age of 10 who are not suffering from diabetes. (I was diagnosed by my caving buddy who was a diabetic when I almost passed out in a cave after a pancake and maple syrup breakfast.)

          Hypoglycemia gives you a horrendous sweet tooth so it is reinforcing. If you do not curb the sweets (and starches) early on, by the time you reach your fifties and sixies you become obese and a type two diabetic.

          As long as the medical profession refuses to acknowledge hypoglycemia in the early part of your life as a precondition to type two diabetes and obesity later in life, they will continue down the wrong path.

          *** Young Hypoglycemics will test as normal with a typical fasting blood sugar test. The condition can only be caught by repeated blood sugar tests over time after the system is challenged with a slug of glucose after fasting. Actually all it takes to figure out if you are hypoglycemic is to not eat for 4 to 6 hours and then have a slug of sugar. If you become sleepy or pass out you probably have Hypoglycemia. Anyone with children should keep this in mind.

        • OrganicFool says:

          Yes, diabetes is an epidemic and has risen along with use of high fructose corn syrup and modern processed foods. Fructose has a powerful effect on the body. And then modern processed grains are like eating pure sugar.

          Right, humans have only 1 way to lower blood sugar and that is insulin. With too much sugar in the diet, the pancreas is constantly producing insulin and trying to push the sugar into the cells as fat. But the cells build up resistance to all the insulin and won’t allow it in any more. The only way to treat diabetes before insulin shots was a zero-carb diet!

          The human body has numerous ways, however, to increase blood sugar levels. We are better on lower-carb diets but up to 30% of calories for the average healthy person is considered fine. It’s the fats that are being left out and we need about 40-80% of calories as fat! Then only about 20% protein. Condemnation of real fats has caused people to increase their carb consumption. Fat actually helps with weight loss as no insulin is involved with processing fat and much of it gets used immediately by the body, like the short-chained fatty acids found in coconut oil. Check out Sally Fallon’s book “Eat Fat, Lose Fat”. Delicious coconut recipes!

        • Gail Combs says:

          Organic Fool,

          I certainly agree about fat and sugar. If you want to remain hungry all the time eat sugar/processed grains. If you want to kill your appetite eat fat. Without fat we die. (It was called rabbit starvation)

  5. Disillusioned says:

    Hansen’s [[[staged]]] 1988 testimony seems to have marked the end of really hot summers in the US

  6. gator69 says:

    My sincerest apologies to Martha and the Vandellas…

    Hansen In The Heat

    Callin’ out around the world, are you ready for a grand new cheat?
    Summer’s here and the time is right, for Hansen in the heat
    Hansen in Chicago (Hansen in the heat)
    Clown in New Orleans (Hansen in the heat)
    In New York City

    All we need is panic, heat panic,
    There’ll be panic everywhere
    There’ll be bullshit spoken, no records broken,
    Hansen in the heat

    Oh don’t you care about the polar bear, just as long as you despair.
    So come on every lie, he’ll unfurl
    Everywhere, around the world

    There’ll be panic, it’s Hansen in the heat
    This is an invitation, across the nation,
    A chance for sheep to bleat
    There’ll be moanin’ groanin’, and panic dronin’
    Hansen in the heat

    Philadelphia P.A., Baltimore and D.C now,
    Can’t forget the motor city,
    All we need is panic, heat panic
    There’ll be panic everywhere
    There’ll be bullshit spoken, no records broken
    Hansen in the heat

    Oh don’t you care about the polar bear, just as long as you despair
    So come on every lie, he’ll unfurl
    Everywhere, around the world

    It’s Hansen, Hansen in the heat
    Way down in L.A., every day, it’s Hansen in the heat
    Lets form a big strong lie, that we’ll all fry,
    It’s Hansen’ in the heat
    Across the ocean blue, alarmist coup
    It’s Hansen in the heat

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