Today: 28.Oct.2020

Patrick Moore, Co-Founder of Greenpeace gave this lecture to the Institute of Mechanical Engineers in London, October 2015. Topic: "Should We Celebrate Carbon Dioxide?" Can this end discussions about fossil fuels causing serious Man-Made Global Warming that would "require" forced reduction in their use, causing disastrous global economic problems, return to life styles like prior to use of fossil fuels (personal, animal and slave labor), devastation of the environment and forced population reduction on a scale exceeding all previous wars and disasters?

IPCC, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change writes about Catastrophic Man-Made Global Warming. It encourages the world to drastically reduce use of fossil fuels to attempt to keep atmospheric CO2 near or below 400 ppm. The Science Advisor to the White House says that most National Academies of Science across the world agree with IPCC reports. People need to study summaries of actual data and listen to scientists who challenge the IPCC. If IPCC recommendations are forced on us, the results may be a return to life before the 18th century, many on tenant farms, manual and animal labor, slavery, a significant involuntary reduction in population worldwide. No war has accomplished such things on so large a scale with terrible consequences for people and the environment.

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Here is a summary of some of the most dramatic predictions of man-made climate catastrophes by Al Gore, James Hansen, John Holdren, K.E.F. Watt, and Paul Ehrlich.

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Henry Burke - This is a summary of references and statements explaining how expensive the steps of the Alarmists would be. In the opinion of some, the Alarmists drive to rid the world of use of fossil fuels is a terrible offense against mankind AND the environment, greater than many wars.

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