The control of information is something the elite always does,
particularly in a despotic form of government…
If you can control information, you can control people.

–Tom Clancy

Canadian and U.S. Droughts of the Medieval Warm Period

extreme droughtsIn introducing a study of theirs that was recently published in Global Change Biology, Laird et al. (2012) write that "future extreme droughts, similar to or more extreme than the 'dust-bowl' 1930s, could be the most pressing problem of global warming," citing Romm (2011) and noting, for comparison, that "droughts of unusually long duration" or mega-droughts that occurred during the Medieval Climate Anomaly (MCA) [= Medieval Warm Period] "lasted for several decades to centuries thus dwarfing modern-day droughts," as reported by Seager et al. (2007) and Cook et al. (2010).

New Al Gore Book, Same Climate Apocalypse

And he can write, too.And he can write, too.Former Vice President Al Gore is at it again, pushing the eco- agenda in his latest book entitled “The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change.” In this installment, he defended his sale of Current TV to the terror-friendly Al Jazeera network, while pushing his perpetual campaign to prevent the climate change apocalypse.

Gore’s “six drivers” include Global Economy, Instant Communication, Shifts in Power, Growth, Genetic Manipulation and Humans & the Ecosystem. From the looks of the promotional video, the book is a typical Al Gore “humans are killing the earth” rant. “Consumption of good has also grown beyond the capacity of the earth’s resources like water and topsoil to sustain that growth.”

Add it to the list: Flu pandemics

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Sailors inspect needles containing influenza vaccine (Photo credit: Official U.S. Navy Imagery)

Another item to add to the list of all things caused by global warming: The flu. From The Guardian, natch:

The warmer winters believed to be caused by a changing climate tend to mean fewer cases of flu, but researchers say this is merely shifting the flu season to a different time of year when people are more vulnerable to it.

The season now starts earlier, lasts longer and produces a more virulent strain of the virus, according to mathematicians linking annual climate patterns to epidemics in the US.

A Tsunami of Governmental Global Warming Lies

snow global warmingThe writing's in the snowIt’s bad enough when major environmental organizations continue to lie about a “global warming” that does not exist in lieu of a planetary cooling cycle now entering its 17th year, but when those allied with the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are also in charge of producing a government report on it, the public is being lied to in ways that obscure their bias and agenda.

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Today's global warming is well within historic range

cartoon caveman iceage endingUS President Barak Obama vows action on climate change with the declaration "none can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires and crippling drought and more powerful storms".

It was an appeal using rhetoric and not science because the most severe impacts of these natural disasters come from the challenge of managing increased population or changed population demands, not changes in the events per se.

Norway data shows Earth’s global warming less severe than feared

English: Rajendra K. Pachauri, Chairman, Inter...

What, me wrong? (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

New estimates from a Norwegian research project show meeting targets for minimizing global warming may be more achievable than previously thought.

After the planet’s average surface temperature rose through the 1990s, the increase has almost leveled off at the level of 2000, while ocean water temperature has also stabilized, the Research Council of Norway said in a statement on its website. After applying data from the past decade, the results showed temperatures may rise 1.9 degrees Celsius if Co2 levels double by 2050, below the 3 degrees predicted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.