White House Intimidation

The White House generates “consensus” though a combination of $29 billion/year in bribes, and overt threats.

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24 Responses to White House Intimidation

  1. tomwys1 says:

    There are about 7 Billion people on the planet.

    Find one who denies that the climate changes!

    • darrylb says:

      There has to be one, just one somewhere right.?

    • omanuel says:

      Of course, Earth’s climate changes and it is probably no coincidence that two German scientists – Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt – today acknowledged the highest level of “cosmic radiation” since 1958:

      http://www.kaltesonne.de/die-sonne-im-april-2015/

      Here is P. Gosslin’s English translation of the report:

      http://notrickszone.com/2015/05/10/mean-cosmic-radiation-over-past-8-years-highest-since-1958-current-solar-cycle-weakest-in-almost-two-centuries/#sthash.IwgSRytc.uKuvYGwl.dpbs

      Hopefully German scientists are aware “cosmic rays” come from the Sun’s pulsar core [“Solar energy,” Advances in Astronomy (submitted 1 Sept 2014)] https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Solar_Energy.pdf or

      • Chris Barron says:

        “Hopefully German scientists are aware “cosmic rays” come from the Sun’s pulsar core ” – Omanuel

        I believe it is accepted that cosmic rays come from everywhere but the sun.From the rest of the cosmos in fact.

        A reduction in solar activity reduces the ‘volume’ of solar wind, which normally protects the earth from deep space cosmic rays, and more rays from the galaxy are therefore allowed to reach the earth when solar activity falls off, as it is doing at the moment.

        One theory suggests that galactic radiation can drive cloud cover on earth, and therefore affect climate/temperature.

      • Chris Barron says:

        • omanuel says:

          Thanks, Chris. I know that fable, and many others used to hide the fact that our Sun is the pulsar remains of the supernova that birthed the solar system, e.g.,

          Iron (Fe/Ni) meteorites that formed immediately after the supernova in the iron-rich region of the supernova debris received a much higher dose of cosmic rays than did stone (Si/O) meteorites that formed further from the pulsar remnant.

          Those iron meteorites mostly accreted to form the iron cores of the four inner planets. Iron cores of the four inner planets served as accretion sites for other meteorites that fell back toward the evolving Sun (the gravitational center of the solar system). That is how silicate mantles formed around the iron cores of the inner planets.

          The big geology fable: Earth melted and iron sank to the core was repeatedly disproved by measurements but still persists today.

        • Chris Barron says:

          Ah it’s a fable ?

          The earth doesn’t receive radiation from outer space at all, and the solar wind doesn’t affect the magnetosphere as many experiments have proved ?

          “The big geology fable: Earth melted and iron sank to the core was repeatedly disproved by measurements but still persists today.”

          As I’ve said before, Geology is often referred to as ‘colouring in’ by educationalists, so you’re probably right there !

        • omanuel says:

          No, you mistakenly conclude that: “The earth doesn’t receive radiation from outer space at all, and the solar wind doesn’t affect the magnetosphere”

        • Chris Barron says:

          No, It was a question and not a conclusion, hence the question mark.
          I was surprised to see you say that cosmic radiation all came from the sun, when in actual fact it doesn’t, hence a tentative question

          You said “Hopefully German scientists are aware “cosmic rays” come from the Sun’s pulsar core”.

          Do cosmic rays come from elsewhere in fact ?

        • Chris Barron says:

          Unless….I might have mistook you completely and you mean that cosmic rays come from the sun as well as from elsewhere ? In which case apologies for that

    • Winnipeg Boy says:

      San Diego. The weather never changes there.

      • inMAGICn says:

        Wrongo, but amusingly so. In the old Horton Plaza downtown there was a fountain that flowed year round. The local boosters would send off pictures and newspaper copy during the winter to show this flowing water. Sometime in the 30s, I recollect, there was a hard freeze and the thing froze up. Rather than send out that bit of alarmist news, they blowtorched the pipes until they thawed and water flowed from the fountain. They took their photos and sent them cheerily on their way.
        Fountain is long gone as is Horton Plaza, alas.

  2. Alarmists, doomsday proponents, the the kids who couldn’t grasp the moral teachings of chicken little/never cry wolf have always been around…always will be.

  3. darrylb says:

    Just another politician, and really there are so many and they will always be biased in their own flavor of happenings. .

  4. She may as well be saying “If you’re a Skeptic, you’re going to lose your Job”…

    Jewell… a woman representing the people… scored 2.1 million in Salary her last year at REI… before taking a job as Secretary of the Interior…
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/richest-members-obama-cabinet-article-1.1861803

  5. “….As they keep us afraid fortunes are being made,
    In the name of saving our earth;
    From climate scientists to Al Gore now all earning much more;
    Alarmism increasing net worth.

    So don’t be fooled into thinking, by any benefit that they’re linking,
    That the planet is their real concern;
    Who’s going to want to deny, or admit to the lie,
    And risk the amount that they earn?….”

  6. Marsh says:

    Alarmists in the White House today, could live with Watergate but not Climategate……….

  7. Menicholas says:

    She can hope all she wants.
    Hoping never made anything come true.
    But if this is some sort of threat, I would think she is committing a crime to say such things.
    We still have laws and a Constitution in this country, do we not?

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