UN: Climate Change…

The UN has a headlined article referencing climate change and the devastating effects sit has had on Africa.  Specifically, they cite Lake Chad which covered approximately 10,000 to 25,000 square km in 1983 and today fluctuates between 1500 and 2000 km.  The problem with the UN statement?  Lake Chad has been eroding since 5000 BC when it is estimated to have covered roughly 1 million km.

But the UN is still demanding that the member countries fork over $100 billion per year to defend against the travesties of climate change that is causing;  droughts, floods, conflict, hunger, famine, poverty, greater migration, political instability, Ebola, stress and lack of resilience.  They feel that the African governments are forced to syphon off money to combat these disasters when the money could be used for education, social programs, healthcare, and business development. Citing the cause of the current droughts to be the abnormally strong El Nino cycle, El Nino representing the warm cycle and La Nino the cool.  Of course, as with any graph, your starting point can significantly alter ones perception.

1980 seems to have been a particularly peak year according to the various methodology graphs which show a decidedly less El Nino impact since.   The previous comparable to the 1980 impact was in 1895 and again in 1910.  Not a lot of CO2 emissions then.  And hence the debate, at least as promulgated by the UN.

Most, if not all, scientific journals describe El Nino as a ‘natural phenomenon’.  In a nutshell, El Nino is caused by weakening trade winds. The trade winds are caused by a combination of convection air currents and the Earth’s rotation.  What would cause them to weaken?

The scenario becomes an argument of the chicken and the egg, which comes first?   Globalists argue that global warming causes weakened trade winds.  But if that were true, prior to industrialization the Oscillation Index would never oscillate – it would be static showing a beginning causal human effect. But it doesn’t.  Which leads to the alternate argument, weakened trade winds effectuate warming conditions.

Trade winds are a function of the pressure gradient of the atmosphere over the ocean.  And science has yet to determine what causes that pressure gradient change.   They can tell you what happens – but not why.

“Atmospheric pressure is caused by the gravitational attraction of the planet on the atmospheric gases above the surface, and is a function of the mass of the planet, the radius of the surface, and the amount and composition of the gases and their vertical distribution in the atmosphere.”

Atmospheric Pressure is governed by Atmospheric Tides. The Tides can be affected by:

 

“The reason for this dramatic growth in amplitude from tiny fluctuations near the ground to oscillations that dominate the motion of the mesosphere lies in the fact that the density of the atmosphere decreases with increasing height. As tides or waves propagate upwards, they move into regions of lower and lower density. If the tide or wave is not dissipating, then its kinetic energy density must be conserved. Since the density is decreasing, the amplitude of the tide or wave increases correspondingly so that energy is conserved.”

So we are back to defining The Chicken And The Egg:

Some of the classic causes of these changes include; a change in the Earth’s tilt, alteration in the Moon’s density and/or configuration, changes in the ‘tropics’ deforestation, etc… , and possibly weather manipulation – when nations try to alter El Nino and Al Nino to effect war, rain, snow, optimal weather for special events – The Olympics, etc… they alter the natural phenomenon.   And don’t know how to reinstate it.   So instead, they blame the causal factor elsewhere – a Distraction.

So, in other words, while Scientists are still fighting over the conundrum of The Chicken And The Egg, they are certain that when it comes to Climate Change it is….   They don’t know.

What exactly does the UN propose to do with $100 billion per year?

Spend it on Africa of course.  How?  By “empowering women to be effective climate action champions”, “supporting governments with improved information climate warning systems”, and “improving food security”.   Straight off the UN website.

Why Africa?

To understand the motives, one needs to understand who supports the UN.   It is increasingly clear that The People, do not.  That would leave ‘governments’.   Governments who have abdicated the power of The People, and chosen to bear Law, make decisions, pass legislation, and act quite like a Monarchial system.   It is our history.

Subordination.

Lately, we have all tossed about the terms Socialism and Communism, and yet, we have alluded to the ‘reign’ of Obama, and Queen Hillary, and perhaps not given those labels their fair due.   Because, in essence, in order to own the globe, one needs a “Supreme Leader”, a King/Queen, to dominate and officiate, and enslave.  As this earth has done for thousands of years – until now.

Today, that effect is more complicated.   People are more educated.   Wealth has been spread more liberally.   And everyone in Hollywood, the low lifes of the Monarchial times, today think they are ‘the monarchy’.   The Rulers.

In the end, you have to try and conceptualize the amount of money the UN is asking – $100 billion per year.   In addition, to their budget.  In addition to all the subsidiary budgets.  USAID. UNICEF.   Etc…

In conclusion, the UN’s worthiness and purpose have significantly deteriorated in the last decade or so, since Obama came to ‘reign’.  And perhaps it was really decades earlier, but Obama brought it to the surface, brought light to the corruption that he embraced and lived.

Not to say Obama was not simply a cog in the skew or puppetry would be short-sighted. Although egos would seem to dictate that most everyone we think are aligned, also think they are ‘worthy’ and elite.   And therefore believe they will be the few – saved.

Only to learn they are – the least.  It is ultimately – in your heart.

Trying to unravel the entire scheme of the Cabal is like trying to define the universe!  Not even Hawking could do that!   And yet, we are stubborn, and try.   The Cabal is an interesting lineage that dates thousands of years into our history which apparently we can only retain for 100 days.???   

Houston Underwater – Costs

The Houston flood evacuations are just the tip of the iceberg as still waters destroy homes, furnishings, personal items, and memories. In order for these costs to be covered, resident’s would have to have a flood insurance policy. But even then, there are caps, $250,000 for structure and $100,000 for contents. Anything over and beyond would require a homeowner to foot the bill themselves. In the meantime, waiting for waters to recede, the reality is residents will be waiting in long lines as government scrambles, insurance adjusters scramble and construction workers scramble – and most likely relocate where business will be booming.

Beaumont and Port Arthur have a 67% homeownership rate, for a total population of about 408,000.   The total number of housing units in the area is roughly 175,000 of which about 20,000 have flood insurance policies. The reason? Policy rates can cost anywhere from $450 to $8000 per year, over and above a typical homeowner policy.

Harris and Galveston counties are even less insured with over 4 million residents and only 300,000 flood policies.

But it isn’t just residences, business insurance policies are also limited as to what they cover in the event of a flood. Financial losses and loss of use of property are not covered. Limitations apply to the amount of loss, $500,000 building and $500,000 inventory unless excess coverage is in place. All of this assuming flood insurance was purchased.

In the meantime, it would appear that the money handlers in Hollywood are forking over ‘prayers’ instead of ‘help’, much to the chagrin of residents. Exceptions to the rule include some businesses and the CEO for the Titans who appear to understand the enormity of the need.

Looking back at the Katrina cleanup bill hopefully we will have learned a few lessons.   While Harry Reid made the outspoken statement that it would cost between $200 and $250 billion, the tab included some odd costs, such as;   mental health and substance abuse services – $400 million, rebuild early childhood ‘programs’ – $600 million, and $25.5 million for sugar cane ‘research’.   While it is not politically correct to question these costs in the wake of the suffering, money wasted is still, money wasted.

The other impact that Katrina and Harvey will tally is our gas prices. After Katrina gas prices nearly reached $5 gallon, and the economy plummeted from 3.8% to 1.3% before jacking up to 4.8%! A positive.

Agenda’s abound whenever the opportunity arises, and the Harvey hurricane has cockroaches streaming out of the woodwork claiming “It’s Global Warming! It’s Global Warming!”   Well, maybe it is and maybe it isn’t, what they don’t know can fill an ocean compared to a thimble of water of what they do know.

Of course the obvious question would be, if it is Global Warming, then why haven’t the residents all moved inland, away from the gulf coast which will surely be battered again?   Nor does this address the consensus of Global Warming/Climate Change/Man Made.  

If you can’t control the cause, then you mitigate or avoid the circumstance.  

In other words, weather patterns have parlayed their destruction for thousands of years. And although scientists can’t tell us with 100% accuracy what the weather will be tomorrow, they believe they can tell us what it will be in a hundred years.   And if they’re wrong, they will give us hindsight as to how being right was beyond their – control.

Apparently, scientists claim to have created very fancy algorithms that they can apply to determine if a particular weather event was a result of climate change. However, it does take months to complete before it is submitted for peer review and more months of analysis.  Therefore at this juncture – they DON’T KNOW.

Therefore, at this point NO scientist can make a claim one way or the other without that claim being based on theory and false doctrine.   And such a scientist would be considered quite remiss, unprofessional and unorthodox in making any claim or statement.

What the weather scientists did state some months ago was the fact that the Atlantic would experience an increase in hurricanes. This increase could simply be a result of El Nino, a pattern that has existed for thousands of years and causes unusually warm temperatures in the ocean. Between 1970 and 2015, there were 17 El Nino years, according to NASA.  In fact, the climatologists were stating that El Nino would wreak havoc the second half of 2017 and this was reported according to Insurance Journal, NOAA, the Climate Prediction Center, Global Weather Oscillations, Accuweather, Forbes, Weather Trends, etc… etc… etc…

Of course it isn’t nearly as fun for the media to report common cyclical events as the cause.   Inciting hysteria and Chicken Little panic claiming ‘the sky is falling’ sells more advertising. And promotes an agenda… Hollywood?  I think I hear the beat of a tom-tom, get ready for the rhetoric – not the wallets.

Climate Change – 2015 Hottest Year on Record

The claim that 2015 is the hottest recorded year in history is – well – pathetic, it is Environmental Politics. Even looking it up on Wikipedia, we can see this is a ridiculous claim by the following graph.

 

 

 

The claim is actually based on a relatively short period of time from a scientific analysis, which makes it rather ‘unscientific’. It dates from the mid 1800’s to the present. While the graph above presents a significantly different picture of overall patterns and illustrates we are well below a baseline of -0- and more likely in a ‘trend’.

IN another graph that purports to simulate the temperatures and CO2 levels since the beginning of time, aka 4.6 billion years ago… overall CO2 has steadily decreased dramatically, and mean temperatures have shown a peak cap and a plummeting drop every one to two million years. Even more interesting is that we are currently in a trough that is way overdo to spike dramatically according to normal cyclical fluctuations.

That chart can be found at:

http://www.biocab.org/Climate_Geologic_Timescale.html

Within the temperature and climate studies we have what scientists term, two ‘naturally occurring events’, ‘El Nino’ and ‘La Nina’, one represents warmer ocean currents, the other cooler, and they are both relatively cyclical. So, what are the consequences of an El Nino, as we are currently within its cycle?

  1. It puts a strain on the fishing industry as the cold nutrient rich waters are suppressed by the reduction of easterly trade winds and a warmer surface ocean.
  2. Rain driven commodities in South Africa, Australia, India, Chile, New Zealand and Japan are stunted giving benefit to commodities in the US, Canada, Mexico and Argentina.
  3. Mosquito born diseases rise
  4. Because of changes in the climate, some countries experience greater famine which can lead to changes in economic growth, and/or civil uprisings.

The last La Nina event was in 2012 which coincides with California’s three ½ year drought, only to be flooded as we experience El Nino. Prior to that, La Nina occurred in 2008, 2006, 2001, 1999, 1996, and then a wet span of El Nino occurred from 1988 to 1996, a relatively long period comparatively. We have relatively little recorded information historically as it wasn’t a recognized phenomena until the late 1800’s by a Chilean using information obtained by local fishermen. So, like temperature and CO2 levels, El Nino events have a recorded life of a mere 125 years or so.

While California would have us believe this last drought was the most severe in history, this too is media mumbo-jumbo. Studies of the last 200 years based on tree rings and sediment evidence, have provided scientists with an historical value for drought periods. The most extensive droughts occurred between 850 and 1050 AD and again between 1100 and 1300 AD. In fact, since 1300, we have been experiencing a wetter than average condition.

And while it does appear we are on the cusp of the beginning of a spike in global temperatures, if these scientific analyses are correct, then instead of trying to change what is inevitable, perhaps we should be mitigating the absolute affects this spike can cause.  As in – Boy Scouts ‘be prepared’.

As in all analyses, where you begin your graph dramatically alters the perception of trend. And for some unknown reason, instead of simply presenting the facts, scientists and the media like to advocate for fear mongering and doom instead of truth and solution.

But then keeping people in a place of fear – is a terrorist tactic to create and maintain ‘control’. Whether it is done by ISIS or by our own governments and politicians, the ultimate affect serves an agenda. Given that California has done little to nothing over the last 125 years to solve their continuing ‘drought’ problem, I would venture it is a political cause to perpetuate doom and gloom without ever really addressing a solution based on historical trends and Truth ‘science’.

Fear is the agenda – because fear cripples.